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The Bulletin. THU JUiDAT, APK1L 17, 1884. ChwrohM and Secret Ordara. tmsrn or HOKOB. Meet Irn sad ITrtaUr MkU la Mtb month. JEMEB VORMKKT, Dictator. A. J. SWIBKBEOAU, Reporter. tiliHnC LONI rtrst Monday BtgM M M eu j i.Piitt.w.y. JOM CABTBU. Boey. SUHSBTS AMD U. 4 DIES Oil HOXOR -Meets SBdarS u4 fa arts Friday nights la each meat.. A. J. WIMBBKOAD. Secretary flMITTIlUW CHUBCB-Bav. W O Ea ev, PaaSer Services tri Sunday wofiil"! ud aighv Frsyex meeting TkerWay Bight. MIT HO DIRT CHURCH Rav. W. T. Loess, Pastor. Services evry Baud y roaming oJ night prayorsneetlag Wedneedey night. EFtBCOFAL CHRRCH Rv. W. O. DavBsreaT. BeeteT Servteea every Sunaay morning and Bleat Badly Prayers 4,0 p a. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.' FRANCIS FENTRESS, ATTORNEY at LAW. FrBtioM in all ts OaiirU Prompt at UatioR to all Bannta. OFFICE : Xerlhwast corner Public Square. y. WILLIAMS, ATTORNEY at LAW, - AMD- KKAL KMTATE JlvGr'T, OCm West ( Ceuri Bsuara. Be LI V AK. TlaW. aar Praaaat aUestlea glvon U eecrean4enee. R . WOOD. A. T. MeNEAl. WOOD fc McNEAL, Attorneys at Law, BOLIVAR, TIN. ay East alda of Beart Bsaare "BSe C. A. A A Attorneys at Law. BOLIVAR, TEKN, Will practica in a'l tha Courts of Hardeman and adjoining counties. Ctrrttpondenet tolicitcd. JESSE MORKCNT, ATTORNEY-AT- LAW BOLIVAR, TKNN. FVsctlcee la all the Courts of lha Ktato Ol Waat aid public squars, OTar O. T. Ingram A Ce's. a. A lass, at. a. A. A. PiaTT, m. d. DRS ALLEN & PIATT. Homeopathis Physicians and Surgeons. jjoiXaBor:, tkihn, peslal attention to Ohronie Diseases. R. T. DISHMAN, Tenders his professional eervlcee to the people of Bolivsr and surrounding country anal solicits thair patronsgs. Satisfaction gasrsntted terms reasonable. Office over Dra. Tate Moore'a office. Illinois Central Kail road. Tbaimb Ueixo Nona, Lbatb Boi.itak: Me. 2 ?assenfer, i 4:00 a. Ho. 4 Passenger. 9 50 a. M. Ma. 7 Iioeal Freight, 4:46 r. at. OOIBO SOUTH He. I Passenger, i j. 12:13 r. M. Re. S Passenger, 05 p. m Ro. Local Freight, I 8 A. U. ANK0UNCEMENT8. rOB TRriTBB. Wa ara autherlsed to annaanaa ). C. SAVAQE a eaa414sts far rs-sleation t;ts effic af Trastae al RardaaaaB aeenty. EleeUea flr.t Taareeay la Augast, IBM. Wa ara authorised la aaaeuaaa R. A. BARBABt. a sendl late far elecUan ta tke omee af Trastee of Mardoiaan roanty. Election Augaat next. fir. I Tharedav In There ie BOtRBBg that tot rtea or ii bo dan- garoua aa a bad cough, it will keep one awake all night and finally reunite in soma bad lunir ditaaaa. Then don't wait for it to wear off it diit wear you efT. Try one bot tle of Dr. J ackeone Syrua of Wild Cherry and Lungwort. Carpela Matting, etc., juat receirad at W. I. Rohinaon'a. JackaoD Tana. 100 rolls of plain and fancy Btrawa Matting. All the beatgradaa of Want Oarpata. BaaBttfal Bruasel Caraeta, (bright colon) (rom "5cU up. tlil loth yery cheap. 1000 pair of Window Shadet. Cornice for Windowa, ail atylaa. Baby carriagva 40 difl'erwnt atylee- New Farnitureof evary deecripiton. Addrcea, W. D. ROBINSON, al03t Jackeon. Teun. Ws invite special attention to our line of Hecrsuckera, Draper'a cloths, Toile du Nord, figured lawns, etc. Harkina A Dur rett. The purest aud freshest drngs and every thing that is usually kept in a first-class drag store ?an he had at bottom prices at B. V. Hudson's A popular feature of Jackeon ia the little drag store on the corner of Main and Lib erty streets. Dr. E. H. McBride, the pro prietor, is an accomplished physician acd iva hia entire time to the drug buaineas. Physiclsns prescriptions filled and sent to any address, on short notice. Nun's Veiling in all tha new and latest shades at Harkina A Durrctt's LOCAL NOTES. Flab ara biting in HaU hia river. Renteuber, tha Bulletin with a premium for only enc dollar. We have heard of only one or two caeca of meaalca in Bolivar, recently. Last Sunday being euch a beautiful day all the churcbea were largely attended. A beautiful line of plaid and figured calicoe at Harkina A Durrctt'e. There waa a cheap i t of houaebold goods eold at auction in the court house yard laat Saturday. Make up a clnb ot ten anbacribera for the Bulletin and wa will send you a copy tor one year free. The rain Monday night eeama to have been pretty general over tha county. It rained vary hard here Monady. Mr. Pitaer Miller, lajcajiyed a painful woand in hia left eye Tuesday, from a limb on a tree. The wouud ia not euch aa will damage the eight. To any person Bending ua ten aubacribara to this paper wa will furniah a copy one year free. We will aleo furniah a very uaaful premium to eyery aubacriber- The mail traia waa four hour late Tuea day morning, detained by trees being blown across the track south of here, during a rain and wind storm Monday night. Mayor A. J. Coates haa posted n very in teresting epiatla for thu benefit of gentlemen of leisure of doabtful means. All parties must have visible meaua of support and no idle vagrant will be permitted to perambu late these streets thin summer. The ice cream supper, etc., given by the ladies of the Methodist church, at Demo cratic headquarters last Tuesday night was quite a succeav. The net proceeds exceeded the expectations of the ladie in charge. Hie supper was excellent aud well managed. Mr. F. A. Wilson, formerly Master Me chanic of the M. A O. K. K. shops at Jack son, is contemplating putting a steam trad ing boat upon llatchie river, and we pre sume if he goes into the enterprise, the boat will ply as high up aa Bolivar. Mr. Wilson ia a clever gentleman and a fine saachineist and will doubtless succeed with his venture. A most enjoyable hop waa given by tha yonnif gents of Bolivar at the Opera House, lsst Tuesday evening. The number present was not large, still, sufficient to mnke the affair a very pleasant one. The string band from Jackson furnissd music for the occa sion and 'till late in the evening tho pleas ant dances were prolonged. The Southern Watchman published at Clinton, La., has a very complimentary notice of Mevsrs T. P. Newbern, J. A. Dab- ney and W P. Ramsey, who are cauvaaaing in the interest of the Cherry Hill Nurseries in that pariah. Mr. Newbern and Mr Ramsey are Boliver boys, and wa like to I them highly mentioned. Mr. W. A. Moore, of Middleburg writes us that a neat new school house at mat pl.tre has just been finished, and that the community is very anxious for a lady tea ti er to raise a subscription school there. If this notice falls under the eye of any lady who wishes a school in a. good locality, among good people, we commend the posi- tiou at Middleburg. The following is said to be the touching inscription on the tombstone ot the witeoi a disconsolate Western editor. "To the momorv of Sarah the devoted wife of John B editor and proprietor of the Democrat; a weekly newspaper, published in the town oi A , at the low price ot one dollar a rear invariably in advance-no well regulated family can afford to be Without it." The term of school at St. James' Mall dosed the 8th inst. Prof. Lee haa resigned his position ss principal of the school, and we have not heard who hia successor will be. The uext term of the school will com mence nral Monday in September next. Pref Lee will leave Bolivar and we learn has not yet determine! where he will locate. The location, etc., etc., of the institution ought to make it a rival ef any institution in the South and though it has attained considerable prominence already, we hope to see it gain still greater eminence ia the future. Pill sejant to the call thu Republican con vention met iu the Court House in Bolivar Saturday. Dr. Henrv Biggs, of Orand Junction was made chairman. The attend ance was very small. The following dele gates were appointed to attend the State Convention at Nashville, which meets to day, the 17th : N. A. D. Bryant, B. F. Booth, col., J. H. Shark, W. M. Smith, CI ay burn Wilson. The name of D. A. Nun, was favorably mentioned in the con ventiou for Governor, but the delegates were instructed to rote for tho strongest man. Last week we stated that Mr. Jno. W" Macon, of Hardeman county had been ancsted for stealing logs from the Woodrufl Lumber Compsny. The prosecution dis missed the warrant and Macon wa dis charged, it being apparent that he was en tirely innocent of the charge. The Wood ruff Company also brought a replevin suit for the thirty logs and this was tried before Ksq. Shelton. The plaintiff claimed to have bought the logs from one agent of the own er of the land and the defendant from in- other. The justice held that the agent sell ing to the plaintiff had no authority to make title and gave judgment in favor of Macun. An appeal was taken to the cir- cuit court. Covington Call. We see there it an awakening of our rural population on the subject of fruit culture, that seems to promise practical results in due course of time. This is gratifying to all who desire to see the country prosper. There is no danger of raising toe much of good apples, peaches, apricots, pears, plums, curries, blackberi iea, strawberries, raspber ries, grapes, snd the like. All these as well as tomatoes, unions, etc., can be shipped by producers, in any quantity, with profit, if properly and carefully manipulsted snd packed, to St. Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, Louisville Cincinnati, and other cities. A dance at the advertisement of commiaeiun merchants of those cities iu the newspaper begging for consignment ef fruits berries snd vegetables, will convince any one, that the demand for these thingea far exceeds the supply. There are acres of old land upon al most every farm ia Wcct'Tennessee, useless for corn, cotton or potatoes in which grape and ether (rait could, inexpensively snd profitably, be raised. In concluding this condensed paragraph, we would urge every farmer to attend the great Horticultural Can ventiou which will be ia eeeaion at Jackson, Tenn., Friday snd Saturday, May 9th and 10th Jackson Whig. Knights of Honor. At the recent meeting of the Grand Lodge Ik eights of Honor, for Tennenaee, the follow ing business was transacted : A resolution fixing the salary of the Grand Reporter at $1500 per annum, and that of the Grand Treasurer at $200 per annum, was offered but was tabled. The names of J.'B. Christian, of Germsn- town snd Rev. Warren Moore, of Humboldt, were placed in nomination for Grand Dic tator, and the ballot resulted in the election of Warren Moore by a vote of 75 to 31 and 1 scattering. The names of P. R. Albert, of Chattanooga, W. T. Murray, of McMinB"ille , and J. B Christian, of Germantown, were placed in nomination for Vice Dictator, and the vote stood, Albert 71, Christian 33, Murray 13. Albert waa declared elected. F. H. Cross, of Murfreesboro was elected Grand Assistant Dictator by acclamation. For Grand Guide the name of Clay Stocker, of Clarksrille, H. U W. Taylor of Lead vale were in nomination. The ballot stood, Blocker 47, Taylor 53. For Reporter the names of Ben. K. Pullen, of Memphis, F. Smithaoa.of Pulaski, . H. Stephens, of Memphis and Wbi. Johnson of Nashville, were in nominatien. The ballot stood, Smithson, 39, Johnson 53, Stephenson 12. R. L. C. White of Iban n, was elected Grand Treasurer over J. M. Barnes of Nashville, by a vote of 52 to 47. Mr. Ray was elected G and Guardian by a vote of 53, over G, W. I i Hold 19, and W. II. Basket t 24. W. II Baskett was nonnested and elected Grand Sentinel by acclamation. Several names were beiore the lodge for Grand Trustees, and the candi Jatea receiv ing the necessary votes weie J. A. Mansoa, of Saul-bury, 52. Shufort fil1, J. M. Barnes 85, and they were declared elected Trustees for the ensuing year. Dr. J. T. Joues, of Jackson, was elected Grand Medical examiner over M. D. Sm ers, of Collierville, by a vote of 85 to 18. Ben. K. Pullen, of Memphis and C F. Bate were elected Grand Representative. Alternates, Jesse Norment, of Boliyar, for Bate, and J. M. Driver far Pullen. Collins Ague Cure is warranted when used as directed not only to brake chills but any of the complaint which so much infest the malarial districts. Messrs C P. Huat A Co., issned a circular on April 10th which is very interesting reading. It shows the present condition of the cotton market both at home and abroad and makes estimates which shows that at the present rate of consumption the paat crop will fall 372,000 bales short of the de mand of manufacturers. The circular states that the only way to avoid this encroach ment upon the spinners' stock is by such an advance as will check consumption. The circular predicts material advance before the first of July, and estimates that on the 1st of October next the visible supply will be less thsn at any time since 1879, iu which year up lands touched ld in Liverpool, and 13c iu New York. We keep a good stack of staple hardware of all kinds and will not be undersold. Steel shovel blades from 15 cents and ap. James' long and short handle shovels at 65 cents. Harkina A Durrett. Fans I Fans 1 1 Greatest Variety at liar kins A Durrett 's. A beautiful line of ladies, misses' and chihlreas hosiery can be seen at Harkina A Durretts. New goods arriving dai.lv at F. H. Mayo's Hlckery Valley Notes. From our regular correspondant. A wet day. Corn is looking well. The bridge one and a ball miles south on the road to the Junction has fallen in. Mrs. Geo. Owens left last week for Fulton Ky., accompanied by Miss Mattie Leete. Mr. J. M. Harris, has moved in town He is at Mrs. Cargill's place. Dr. B. F. Baird, who has bees quite sick for the past two weeks is, we are glad to re port, improving, and hone U see him up in a few days Dr. Dishman of Bolivar is visiliug the Valley professionally. Our genial friend Dr. Biggs, of Grand Junction was in town Monday to see Dr B. F. Baird. The Doctor talks politics yet. Dr. McEinnic's face beams with smiles It is a boy and his name is William Henry Our hsndsom and popular young friend Lee Spinks. has accepted a position with D. L. Murrell A Co., of Jackson. To-day (Tuesday) is the day for the Val ley to be voted a full fledged town. No can didates out for mayor nor aldermen. Miss Minuie Eubanks, of New Castle, is visiting her aister, Mis. Dr. B. F. Baird. "Our" debating society had its initial de bate Saturday night. Its next will be to morrow, Wednesday night. All who wish to enjoy "a feast of reason and a flow of soul" had better be on hand early. The questoin will bs ably argued by Messrs A. ai. Baird and II. K. Sti.ll, assisted by others of lesser note. Truth. April 15th. 18S4. Indeed a great bles.iig to any one thatis afflicted with sore or inflamed eyes is Dr. Jackson's Indian Eye Salve- Get designs and prises for marble work from S. M. Weatherly, Bolivar, Teun. Albums, pocket books, aud all kinds of purses at Hudson's. Dyspepsia in its worst from will yield to the use of Carter's Little Nerve Pills aided by Carter's Little Livtr Pills. They not only relieve preseut distress, but strengthen the stomach and digestive apparatus. We have several new cuts and are now prepared to print Horse snd Jack Bills ou short notioe Buy Jour Paints and Oils of every de scription at Hudson's they are cheap. IWxt Coal Oil iu Bolivar at B. V. Hud- ( aon.s drug store. ! j as Jou wish to ! clothes in town buv the nobbiest suit of go to Mavo'a. He has them in the latest styles and lowest prices. Great reduction in prices ot window-glass, putty, etc., at Hudson's drug store. Don't fail to sec Mayo's goods and get his prices before you buy your spring goods. I will pay you. WANTED bv W. 9. Horooby A Co.,, Eggs. Dutter. Cbielcens, Beeewsx, Hides, Fur, Tallow, Beef Cattle, Pork and Sweet Potatoee. Call and see him. ti Always on hand a choice lot of fresh French candy at Hudson's. PERSONAL. Capt. Albert T. McNeal, left for Nash ville, Wednesday. Mr. Marcus Kahn, formerly ot Kahn Bros., U ia Bolivar visiting hia brothers Mr. Edmund Roberts and wife, formerly of Bolivar, have returned and will spend the summer here. Sheriff A. F. Yopp was at Middleton a dav or two this week, and remembered the Bulletin while there. Rev. E. B. McNeal preached Terr inter eating sermons at the Baptist chutch ia Bolivsr, Sunday and Sunday night. Miss Nellie, the charming daughter ef Col. R. L. Walker, of Bolivar, made a short visit to Holly Springs, Miss., last week. Mr. Sam Kahn spent laat Funday in Memphis with his wife and baby who have been visiting that city for several days. Mr. R. L. Spinks, formerly of Hickory Valley is now in the dry goods establish ment of D. L. Murrell A Co., Jackson. Mr. Jesse Blaylock, of Whiteville waa ia to see us Tuesdaj, and encouraged the Bul letin by inviting its weekly visits for a year. Judge Fentress and family, accompanied by Miss Rea, of Pittsburgh, arrived here last Saturday and will reside here during the summer. Cel. Jack Swine broad is in a dileruma He can't find names suitable for his twin girls. Any suggestions from his friends will be thankfully received. Mr. J. A. Wilson, left Monday morning for northern and eastern markets to lay in a large stock of apring and summer dry goods, notions, hats, etc. Mr. Reger Clark the efficient postmaster at Saulsbury, and the agent of the Bulletin came in to ace us Tuesday. He is one of the cleverest men we know. Dr. J. N. Lee, will leave Monday for Kansas City on a prospeeting tour. Mrs Lee and Miss Wainwright, go te Chicago Dr. Lee and wife and Miss Wainwright have many friends here who regret their departure, and wish for them success and happiners wherever they may go. 1. lea I lee tt lea !!! For the whole town. Leave year order at J. W. Tate's store. Jno. H. Bii.iji. Transfers. W. W. Green to H. W. Tate, trust. W. W. Green to H. W. Tate, quit claim. J. E. Phillips to S. M. Edwards, deed. G. A. Sexton to W. D. Gala wav, trust. D. A G. W. Keistler, to S. M. Shearin, Trustee, trust. A. B. Burns, to T. E Mercer, trust. John Overtoil to T. E. Mercer, trust. J. T. Little to B. W. Furguson, treat. J. H. Martin, Trustee, to Hill, Fontaiue A Co., lot deed. John D. Thoiupsou to Wood A McNeal trust. J. J. Chaires and wife to Kahn Bros., trust. Larkin Jarrctt to Kahn Bros,, trust. Thos. Carrington to T. E. Mercer, trust. L. T. Page to T. E. Mercer, trust. TO SUBSCRIBERS. The X on your paper means that your time is out and your paper has been stopped with this issue. Call and renew and get a useful premium. F. IT. Mayo again cornea to the front with the largest and most attractive stock of spiing and summer goods ia town and the loweet prices. Combs, brushes and toilet articles ef eve ry description at Hudson's. FLOWERS, FLOWERS, At W. D. Robinson's Greenhouse, Jackson, Teun. lOOO 3rVo.e Vfexlfty FXevxxte) Consisting of Geraniums, Pansies, Bego nias, Cslly Lillys, Fachias, Resee, Verbenss, Coliss, Daisies, Asters, Hybiacus, and in fact moat everything kept by first-class flor ist. Hanging Baskets, artistic Roquets, and Funeral Offerings in beautiful designs. All flowers sold at Cincinnati and Louis ville florists catalogue prices. Call early and get great bargains. Orders from a dis tance carefully attended to. Call ou or address, W. D. ROBINSON. al03t. . Jackson, Tenn. B. V. Hudson, Bolivar, Tenn., sells Dr. Jackson's Root and Herb Cordial which is beyond doubt the greatest blood purifier of the age. Use nothing else until you try oae bottle. Try the celebrated "Push" cigar just re ceived at B. V. Hudson's Drug Store. TO THE LADIES. What to Wear and Who U Make It. What to wear and bow to make it is the question uppermost in the minds of the ladies at this season. Miss Lucy Rhodes, an accomplished mantua-maker of Jackson respectfully informs the ladies of Bolivsr snd vicinity that ahe is prepared to cut, tit and make dresses in the latest styles and at the most reasonable prices. She makes a specialty of bridal troaaeaua, graduating costumes, ball dresses, street dresses, even ing dresses, etc., etc., and all orders receive proaipt attention. We can aay to our lady readers that Miss Rhodes thoroughly un derstands her business and iu every in stance will give perfect satisfaction. You will save time money and be certain ot the latest and most beautiful styles by giving her your orders. Address or call on Miss Lucy Rhodes, corner Baltimore and Shan non streets, Jackson, Tenn. 10apl2m An elegant line of white good just re ceived, consisting of striped and checked muslins, I inen, Victoria, and Bishops Lawn, Cloths, Ac., at Harkina A Diirrctt's. Fair Warsikg. Persons trespassing on the lands ot the undersigned will be prose cuted. NAT IlLDDLafcSTOIf. J. M. A VBKT. A pi 7, '84. Fbaycis FcMTaaaa. Headquarteia for school books, slates, pencils, pens, inks, stationery, etc, at Hud son's drug store. Hudson's sew stock of fresh candi . pars and unadulterated. Go to the Bulletin office for Job Printing of erery description. ! Lanip-chiouoeys for the mil ions at Hud- ' son's drug atore for 5 Cents. Chewing and smoking tobacco all of beat grades al Hudson's drug store. IN w iprlaiffX" Goods. KARK1NS & DURRETT. POPULAR PRICES. ATTRACTIVE STYLES. We have jtutt received, our IRY GOODS, BOOTS Al SHOES, FUR, WOOL AND STRAW HATS. LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, MISSES9 AlXD CHILDRESS HATS. Consisting of NUNS VEILING, SEERSUCKERS, DRAPERS' CLOTH, LA WNS, WHITE GOODS OE ALL KINDS, NOTIONS AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Ws invite inspection of obr Goods and Prices beiore purchasing. We will not be undersold, and will take pleasure in showing our goxi. IIakki ss A Di'rkktv. Quarterly Court Proceedings. R. O. Dav, at als appointed levee com missioners, Clover Creek, Bolivar and J sck son road. J. S. Neely, et als. appointed bridge com missioners Currius Fork. J. W. Elkio. et als appointed jury to as aecs damages to T J. Ruffiin. Wm. Wiley, et al, appointed jury of visw Vaughns, Ferry Road. Thos. Polk, et al appointed jury of view Newcastle and Somerville Rroad. J. P. Rook, et al appointed jury of view, levee and bridge, Piney Creek Bottom. E. R. Drake, et al appointed bridge com missioners on cross roads nar Corley church. W. F. Prewitt, et al appointed jury of view change in road near J. M. Burma. Tho follow fug named persons were elected road commissioners for the several road districts of the county for one yere from this date, to-wit : For road district Ne.. 1, John T. Low ; 2, Jas. R. Ncwsora ; it, W F. Prewitt; 4, Jno A. Foster; 5, Jno. M. M'tchell ; 6, Martin Young. The following geatlemsn were appointed road ovcreers. Ciilee Tavlor, Bolivar and Purdy road, Rufus Jackson, Medon and Clovcrport read. Wm. Wiley. Old Woadville road. Hardy Moss, Bolivar and Lagrange road. Thos. Jones, Whiteville and Duncan's Landing road. J. II. Howard, Bolivar aud Brownsville road. j. J. Kellar, Bolivar a-d Denmark road. D C. Este, Bolivar and Mt. Pinson road. Jas. Moody, Hickory Valley and Bolivar roads. Frank Dunbar, Grand Junction and Bol ivar read. W. F. Langley, Bolivar and Somerville road. Wm. Hillhouac, Bolivar and Denmark road. Wm. Davenport, Saulsbury aud Ripley road. R-C. May, Saulsbury and Simpson's Ferry road. Jefferson Johns, Bolivar and Brownsville road. Jos Kellar, Lower liolivar A Brownsville road. Jas. 8tewar, Boiivar and Somerville road. Thos. Patrick, Bol ivr and Clifton road. II. A. Walton, Toons station road. T. A. Roberts, Bolivar and Purdy roads. W. D. Mauldin, elected Notary Public for Grand Junction. Wm. Wheeler, released from paying poll tax. A. T. McNeal, el al committee to cancel county warrants which hnvo been paid. W. A. Caruthers appointed commissioner to Cotton Exposition at New Orleans. Order reducing poplar coffins to $3 each. Two hundred aud fifty dollars appropri ated to W. A. Caruthers aa commissioner to have the interest of Hsrdeman county rep resented at the Exposition at New Orleans. P. W. Pirtle appointed admr of Sidney W. Cooper, deceased. C. M. Allison, appointed admr of J. P. Nichulls, deceased. One yearr support to miror heirs of J. P. Nicholls, deceased. W. W. Nicholls, appointed guardian of miuor heirs of J. P. Nicholls, deceased. W. W. Nicholls, guardian, order to sell property of minor heirs of J. P. Nicholls, deceased. Jno C Jenkins, adm'r of Thomas Jenkins, deceased, ordered to distribute Uuited States bonds belonging to same estate among the heirs of the same. Jno W Elliott, guardian of D F Elliott, ordered to sell personal property belonging to ward One years support to Sarah J. Vaughn, widow of P M Vaughn, deceased. W P Macon appointed admiuist'r of P M Vaughn, deceased. Y XL McGIathery apjwinted administrator of Wyl- y Henderson, deceased. T F. Bishop, renewal of guardian bond, M F Coppege. W J Coates, renewel of guardian bond, Geo. J Coppege. M E Alexander, appointed guardian of the heirs of.1 Y Alexander, deceased. H F Farriss, renewel of guardian bond of Jas Howel. Jno E Mask, renewell of gurdian bond of W D and Sallie Newbern. J J Kinney, L R Irby, R D Whitley ap pointed commissioners to divide land of enr tate of Jno Mitchell, deceased. R N Mitchell, K. E. Hornsbj and C C Mc Daniel appointed commissioners to divide iaud between the heirs ot llios. U. tsucett and Jno. M. Faucett. Dr. McBride, a physician ef many years practice, personally fills all prescriptions scut to his drug store, Jsckson, Tenn., aud in every case the freshest and purest drugs are csrefully compounded. The best snd moat reliable Patent Medi cines in the world sre to be found in Hud son's splendid stock. Call and see. Just received sulphur, salts, alum, sal soda, by the barrel and for enle cheaper than was ever known before in Boiivar. Call for prices at Hudson's drng store. Our stock of ladies, men's, misses snd children's Hats is now complete. Habeiks A LcunsTT. Tombs, Monuments, etc., put tip in the most elegant designs by Whitehead A 1 -den, Jackeon, Tenn. 8. M Weatberly, agent, Bolivar, Toon. Spring and Summer stock of Explanation. Hickory Valley, Teun., April 12th, 1S84. Editors Bulletin: Gentlkxf.x: Some two months or more ago I noticed in your paper a paragraph saying you were "pleased to note the cange in the firm of McAnuhy A Co.," that the firm was now McAnuity A Bro., Ac. Now I was a member of the firm ef McAnuity A Co. I retired from business which caused the change to McAnuity Bros. Now I wish to know why you were pleased to note the change in said business firm or lirms. There seems to be a reflection cast on me by you or the piece printed in your paper which 1 do not think you intended. I noticed the piece and did not like the tone of it, but ssid nothing. My friends, some of thetu, have asked me concerning it and of course I could tell them nothing, not knowing why you did it, as I had reported no change ia the firm to you or said nothing to you concerning it I therefore demand aud claim from vou an explanation on this subject snd that you ex plain te the public through the columns of your paper. , Yours truly, J. P. FuuiCriOX. The paragraph referred to was published simply as a news item, and we disclaim any intention of doing Ksqaire J. P. Ferguson any injustice. The verbiage of the item was its fault. We were not particularly pleased at the change in the firm as it im no way interested us. Our informant was one of the present firm of McAnuity Br., but we do not remember that Esq Ferguson's name wss mentioned either directly or indi rectly, only, that the firm had been changed. We had no ideaef assailing his past record or standing, and if wo unintentionally cre ated that impression, we hereby desire to correct it. Eds. Hudson cannot be undersold in his line consisting of anything vou want that is kopt in a drug store. Eveiybodv says that he sells the cheapest and it must be so. If you don't believe it just call at his drug store and be convinced.. To the School Dit evtorsand the Public Jasper 11. I to! omou, - colored, ef Toon, write: We hsve a good deal of trouble and rerv little education. I think it im portant if directors ef common schools would take more interest in visiting schools in certain localities, for the reason that many of the colored citizens think they have to employ teachers and dismiaa them, for they ssv directorsliave no right to send them a teacher nnless it is agiceable to them. If I mistake not is the datv of tl e directors to employ teachers and to dismiss them for incompetency, improper conduct, or inattention to duty, or dismiss or sus pend pupils when the prosperity er efficien cy of 'he school makes it necessary. 1 be lieve that unless directors tskc more in terest and appoint teachers who they think best, in a few rears there will ne school st all, for in some localities one wsnts one teacher and another wants another, and there is prattle during the term, keeping preceptor and pupil confused." Watches, diamonds, silverware ard the best of solid goods in every variety at V. B. Thayer's, who never misprepresents his goods. Repairing of fine watches and jewelry speci.iltics. No. 2t5 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. feb!41y Atteiitioa Knights er Pjthlas. The Illinois Central Railroad, appreciat ing the importance of the meeting of the Supreme Lodge at New Orleans, ha ve made the very low rate of 11."j5 from liolivar to Nw Orleans and return. Ticket will he on sale from April 20th to 22d, inclusive, good to return until Ap'l 30th, inclusive. This is not confined to Sir Knighu alone, but will include their friends and acquaintances. All should take advantage of the opjor tunity to visit the Crescent City. L. M. CARRINGTON, Agent. For fancy toilet goods, perfumes, combs brushes, etc., when in Jsckson, look in at the splendid stock of Dr. E. II. McBride. corner main and Libertv streets. Remember ijuarttrs for that F. II. Mayo's ia head bargains and that it is no trouble to show goods and (plots prices. Call and see us. Smoke the best in town Hudson's drug store. -the ' Posh" at Ladie.' silk mits in al! the new and de sirable shade at Harkins & Durrett'. Bolivar Market Report- (Corrected weekly by G. T. Ingram A Co.) BUTTEB (par lh) FOBS i. aki fci r. CXlKFEE FMl"K af EAL (per buabsi) sesrec. KliGS (lr doxi K1ED iTPl.E itl'Al. PBF.I.ED TEALlita IBXSIi POTATOES (par bushal, gWKKT POTAEOB3 C. B. MEAT COBS ijr buaUalf scarce Ill DBS- 'dry, oar pouad) (frcen " ) rmf'K ESS 'par dosl 20(if5 &- I2i$;t u3is ... mas ...... 7&37S H :::::: T 1 80 10 75 IS 4 .... 2 00S2 SO St ootyt oo TLkEEYs (par do) Bolivar Cotton Feport (Reported by Q. T. Ingram A Co ) Ordinary B Good Ordinary Sji Low Middling, 9 Middling. 101 Good Middling tOf Middling Fair II. iTVow Orloaaa HLOTTTS IviEETEE, ' Former! of PaiLrr Hiru A Soar.) COMMISSION MERCHANT, AND DEALER IN WESTERN AND NORTHERN PRODUCE, Poultry, li-iiit , Igrg-, Etc. 21 Sc 23 Poydras Cor. Front St , NEW ORLEANS, LA. X. O. BOX 30GO, Gominissioii Merchant, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Xoi-oig-n and Domefitic Xi-iai 1 , PECANS, ORANGES, LEMONS, EGGS, POULTRY, AND COUNTRY PRODUCE, VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE PEA-NUTS A SPECIkLTY. 27 & 29 Povdras and 4b & 48 Fulton o Prompt attention given to all orders for vegetables, etc. Consignments solicited and references in Tennessee furnished if required. Joira Bbrtccci. JOHN BERTUCCI & CO., PUODUCK Commission Merchants, And Dealers in Fruits and Vegetables. No. 4 Poydras, and 46 Front Streets, NSW OBLZANS, LA. Oosignnments Solicited. - Orders Promptly Filled. New Memphis BINGHAM & HILLIARD, PHOTOGRAPHERS, AND DEALERS IN PICTURE FRAMES. 241, 243 6c 245 MAIN ST, PHIS, Oopyiiigf Jl FRANK SCHUMAN, 412 Main Street, IMPOUTEU AND Pistols, Seines, Nets, TWINES, FISHING TACKLE, And all kinds of A PRICK LIST FUBNIBHBD ON APPLICATION. REPAIRING DONE AND WARRANTED. "Worsham House, DAVID HASTINGS, Proprietor. BOARD : $2 PER DAY. Corner Main & Es WITZMA1ST & CO., MUSIC HOUSE, Wholesale and Eotail Eialors and Publishers and Sole Agents for tha Celebrated Steinway & Sons, and Knabo Pianos, E. Gabler Pianos, Kranich & Bach Pianos, Wheclock 1'ianos and Oriental (iem I'iunos, Masn Si Hamlin, Cloagh k Warru and M American Organs. A full line of Text Books, lth vocal and instrumental. A larga assart nient of small Instruments of all descriptions. tiivz l,III:-rI, Hrr i i in ; h a hphhtalty, paf Piano and Irgans sold on easy niou'My Installments. M THE BEST TUNERS IN THE SOUTH ABE EMPLOYED BY THIS HOUBE. Leave or.lers, or addresa communication to the house. LBtaloarucB free to any address. Wakhioom-, 221, 223 and 225 Ski.oxu Ktrkkt, JIKMPIIIH - - TJ;iN i:ili:hl. A. VALETON & CO., Grttre1 sinmlssion Msrrhsnls and dealera In POTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE, H1DE8, WOOL, MOSS. Tuktji, Eggi, Fruit and fom a Spiculty. NO. 2 & 3 POYDBAfl MTBEKT, NEW OltlKANS, JL.A. PS& Special attention given to all con signments. mch271y NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. In the County Court of Hardeman ( ounty Tennessee. Battle Dorrls Ta. Maggie Iorria et ala TcUlloD to sail land for dirs';i In this causa it appearing (rom IBM p. tl.lcn whlsh is sworn t, thst Maex Dsrrti and Piney Dorris ar non-restdanU of the Stats 1 1 enuesaso and are residents of tha Klata of Tezu. And 1 J lia Dorris and M ra PaS its are non.rnldanti of tha atate of Tannaaaca aud reaidenta of Ihr aUale of Mtaaiaaippi. It I ordered tht publication b tuad fur four auccasaiTe weeks Id tbc Bolirar Bulletin, s oaws) nprr pulliatird a! Bolivar, Teuu , requiring said defendants, Msg;:- lKrri, Ili.ey Drrl Callis Derrli nud Jlrra Dorils to enter their appoaraiica herein by at ttbln the tbrea Srt davs of tho Msy Term. 1W. of the runty Court of Hsrdnmaii coun ty, Tenuessee to be held st tha 'kmrt Mouso in Bolivar, Tennessee, On Monday the 5th Day of May, ifcal and plead answer or demur to the petitions In Hits cause or the eauiefwi I be takn lor (eufaased as to them and set fur hearing ex parte. This tu lStn day of March, 1854. sr. W. BARLEY, C, A M. C A, A A. Millbb. Solicitors. Notice : la another column will lie foundjan article in which all (whether thev will er no) are Interested. Neglecting to read it may prove a very serious as wa.l aa sn expensiye affair. We refer to the adver tisement of Prickly Aah Bitters. knowl edge of its merits and the benefit you or your family may derive from using it, wall 1 at.ll .. CSS a save not only iteaitu out many iuliais ot li i wise oipemled in "I'vctoi-' ' AdrcrtlaemootM. 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