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ILLINOIS CENTRAL TIME
CARD.
going sourif.
J?cer No. 1 7 37, a nt.
Pass.n.r Nw. 3 4 21 p.m.
Local Daily Except Sunday 0 05 a.m
GOISG NOIMTI.
Tassrngar Ne. 2 3 25 ft. m.
Pjss.r.g.r No. 4 CJ 52 a. m.
Local, Daily Except Sunday 3 45 a. m
Ckxirchcs and Sscrot Orders.
KHIQIITs OF HONOR. Meets first and thir
i'riiv uirtit Id each month.
J. A. WII.S iN Dictator.
A. J. S WlNEBitOAU, Reporter.
MIGHTS AND LADIES O' HOXOK. -Meets
MMaii and fourth Friday nights m each mouth
A.J. SWl.Eliitu.VD, i-ecretai y.
T.ODGB NO. 27 OF I. O. O. F. Meets second
a, fourth Monday nights in each month.
C. M. WKI.JONS. N. G.
T. A. oalloitN.Sec'y.
PRESBYTERIAN CMUKCII.-tteT.S. R. Hops,
Ptr, hsrTicea .very miuUy innriiiug and
ihl. Prayer iueling" lhurUy night.
METHODIST CHlKC!I.-Itv. D. A. nayes,
atnr. fc.rviiu-a every oun lav morning aad
Bi&.t. I'raynr meeting Weduesday night.
BAPTIST CHI; UC if . Rev. K. B. McNiel,
rasiur. Sricoc tirstjS inly morning an 1 uigui
of each month.
Announcement.
TT.are authorized to announce E.
II. Dorr in, Ksq., of the 13th Civil District,
a candidate for Tax A-uessur of Hardeman
County. Election by the County Court,
Monday, January, the 'In 1 lkSi
Going lo rain when it come?.
Gjinz to snow next rt inter.
Jessie Normentand A. J. Coatei
will deliver anti prohibition speech
es nt Pino Top next Friday night.
Mim Eunice Hall, a lovely and
cult ned lady ot Nashville is visiting
the family of lie t. W. S. Cochran
on the corner of Lafayette and
Greenwood itreets.
1 The finder of a lost package con
j .tainino; a hirt will please return to
T. D. R. in caro of this office.
if
Kahn Bros have received their en
tire etock ot Fa.ll and Winter Dre.s
Goods. Triming-s, HatJ, Caps, Boots,
, Shoes, and Clothing, Come early
I and make a good selection. Our
price as usual lower than any body
els.
) A large line of Lamps, Lamp
Chimneys-, Globes etc., just leceir
I ed at Savage and Emerson's.
O.ir old candidate ior slienH, W.
C. Eub.tnk.of Swancutt Ala, has
been hustling arouodaniongthdb jys
for thfl past few days.
The recent Baptist meeting at
Crfdnsville resulted in giving an ad
dition of 37 to the existing member
ship. J A. "WY.-io-.i returns thanks to
the Wheelers for their patronage,
and would now iay ho has a fine
lot ef new goods ready lor their
inppeetien. By fair dealing we will
keep the Wheel movinc
Barrett Bro's old and reliable
Wheel store is still ahead in low
prices.
The Bulletin wanU money. Will
our subscribers allow us to live in
want?
A meeting for anti-prohibition
speaking has been appointed lor
Wednesday night, Sept. the 14th.
at Hick. ry Valley Messrs. Jesse
Norment and A. J, Coates will ad
dress the peop'e.
Ju lpe T. J, Flipptn, Gen, S, L.
Cockroft, an 1 Hon. J. A. Manson
are warp and woof Prohibitionists.
Our fashionable ladies were talk
ing a great deal last season ?.bcut
"The Elephant Grey." That it was
the "prettiest c ilor,'' "the handsom
est tint," "the very best style" Ac
Now they say, tl at for a cold, the
cure is one bntle of Dr. Bui Cough
Syrup, and the ladies know-
Iiiv. J. I). Jameson, of Mason,
Miss., is conducing a series of
meetings at the Baptist church here.
Itev. E. B. McNeil deserves univer
sal thanks for engaging Mr. Jarne
Eon to labor for us. Ha draws a
tremondo'is audience to every ser
vice, and the interest grows stronger
each meeting. All teel confident
that the Lord is blessing and will
continue to bless the labors ot bo em
inent and useful a servant.
Last Wednesday afternoon a horse
belonging toNuckulls' livery stable
was tied to a carpenter's horse in
f r out ot the stable- By some means
he became frightened and dashed
up Main St. through court square,
CArryin with him in his wild leaps
the carpenter's horse When he
reached the court house fence, he
took along the pavement. Several
parties were standing on the outside,
leaning against the fence. Terror
Ueize l them, and each made a frau.
tic leap to clear the iron fence for
protection. They all succeeded in
getting over. But when the excite
ment had abated, the seat of pxuts'
pants Jes, and co.it tails could be
teen hanging all along. The horse
choked down against the fence,
without any serious injury.
the Amendment is ot a three-fold
nature viz: political, social and
moral As a moral. question
it is eminently proper that its do
main be occupied by the ministers
of the gospel; as a social question by
all the philanthropists; a3 a political
questiion by all patriots. We as
sert that the principles involved in
this proposeu Amendment in no
wise conflict with religious liberty,,
so dear to Baptists, and with gener
al personal liberty. We suggest
that it is hardly practicable or pos
sible for any one to be a good tern,
perance man and oppose tkis Amsnd
meut. Stacy Lord,
Chairman '
Scrctnioua namor-, frysipels.a, canker
and catarrh, can be cred by taking Aver,
arsupsrilla- "I have n-d this medicines
n my family, for ecrofnlar, and known, if
it l taken persistently, i: will eradicate
ibis terrible disease.' W F. Fowler, M,
tD.,Greenvilte. Tenn..
TE
Go to
Glass ware.
Emerson for
Look out fr Barrett Bro(s
stock of goods next week.
Lew
y Wvi have taken great pains ihis
. - season, to purchase such goods as
will lake the eye of every I.i iy that
visits our store. Dout fail t .ive us
a call.
Kahn Bros.
Flour is firm at unchanged pi ices.
Provisions are .trout.' and Jc higher
The Bulletin has inspecte 1 Bar
rett Bros clothing dspnrtmont.
Thoy have x magnificent assort-
iient. and an imruenae lot. Go
and see it for yourselves
Tho imptession seems to be that
the cotton market will open at about
9c for Middlings.
Mis Lee. O.;'. Rhodes one of
Fayette Corner, faii-st d .uj-htjrs
epent last Monday niijht in our city
on her way home from Niajira
Falls.
All kinds of Soaps ery cheap
at Savage fc Encrson's:
Nice line of Hair Brushes, cotnhs.
etc, at Savage & pjincrson's.
The new goods at Kahn Bros sur
passes anything hauled in to Bolivar
heretofore.
If roil want a irood Pocket Knife
goJ.oSava;,e & Emerson.
r,' Salvation Od, ths greatest cure
op earth for pain, has made a must
brilliant debut. All druggita and
dealers in medicine sell it at 25 cents
a battle.
Circuit Com t is in session this week.
The dock?t is lL'h. We wil' give a
full report net ire.
Ijook out lor Kami Bros al ver
licment next week.
Remember Savage & Emersen
heup a full line of Pars Drugs.
Miss Lucile Hurri- of 'ev Castle
x d Miss Dora Duncan of WhitoTil e
were visitiug at the i evidence of
Mi. Farley Tuesday last.
th is
Several bilns of c-ttou of
years growth have ben sol. I here
within the past three weeks. W. lf
Price sold the first bale, Aug. the
21ft to J. W. late & Co. tw IlM
per pound.
rtablo is beint rapidly built. (I rit j hibltio.t.
ami gumption will always bu'id up h t 'l kf.
wa?te places.
Miss Lulu Murrcll w.ll open :i
t.iilcript i n school at Franklin In
s.luteon Monday 12th in t.
Prof. Edmo i 1 A. Fu-c'i will open
the fourth s -mi-annual saision of the
"V allay Home School'' at Hickory
Valley, 7enn. next Mm lay, Spt
12th. All the branchei taught.
Teuvs 11,50 to $3,00 according to
grade ot the pupil:
Prof, Fusch has proven to the
peop of Hardeman County bot h
by his services in teaching and his
t-ctures in in.Mitutes that he is ene
of the foremost teachers of the
county. His heart aud mnd is in
his nork, and the people of the YaN
ey ought to stand by h im to a roan.
Such teachers are to be prized.
IN 51EM03I151
Departed this life, June the 3rd 18S7,
aged fiftyfaur years, Chas. Dawkins-
In the death of Brother Dawkins
our lodge has lost a wor;hy iaember
his family a devo'e 5 husband, the
comraututy a goo 1 citizen:
D. C. Sauls,
Saulsbury Tenn,
Strayed or Stolen
From the undersigned, six miles
west of Bolivar one sorrel mare mule
of good size, one ear marked with
underbit, a suitable reward will be
paid for her resoration to
J. W. Wood
wSDDINJ IELLS-
Mr E. B. Stone and Misi Lucy
Shuiault, both of Hickory Valley,
were joined in marriage by tie
Rjv. Vt S. Cochrane last week.
At the bride's father's, Sept. the
4th. Mr. J. A. Wilson, of McNa'ry,
and .Miss Anuie Powell, of Harde
man were united in matrinony, E
II. Dorris J. P. othciating.
Circuit Court i'ewr
J. II. Mulliua, white, of Pocahon
tas indictment, arson, case con
tinued. Gave bond.
Wm. Ross, col., of Bolivar. In
dictment, malicious shooting. Case
co.ituuicvl. u-ive bond.
Wilson Filer, col. Iudictmeiit,
:is:'.u!t n 1 battery, case continued
Gave bond.
Jonathan Joyner, white, of 1 o-
cahonta. Indiciment, larceny,
Dismissed on detendant paying cost.
P. F. Bvrd. white, ot Grain I
Junction. lndiclmeut, selling
uiortgaged property. Acquitted.
Tom Perry, cd.. of Hickory Val
ley. Indictment, carrying pistol.
Aeouit ted.
(inv Smith, white, formerly of
S.ui'.-hury, uow ot Newpirt, Ark
In iiouuiiit, Malicious attjinpt to
commit inuMer m first dfgree.
Dismissed on defend.iut paying cost.
Jonilitiit uw,
S;nci:d lw 'ul!lin.
The springs near here have been
largely nttanded this year. Theaw
ahd oinninL? mills are doin;: an ex
tensive buisness. The dry grods
and grocery tuide is dull. Cotton
fields are getting white. Mr. IiaR)se
tins been making s n.e scathing pro
hibdion speeches in thrt vicinity. He
bandies t ie pi 'sto:i without gloves.
T.:i d's riff will o argely ior pro-
Mr. Pink Snit i, ti
er and c'lief s.iles nan lo r
ii. . Garrett and who recently
ki.le l a i.egr , has skij ped the coun-
bavin ;h! hou l.-mtii to w ind
CUAINSYILLE. TENX.
Editor Bulletin:
Dear Sir: Knowing you to be
a friend to the peonle of the 13th
civil dist of Hardemm County and
always glad to know and hear of
their advancement for go d, I write
this letter that you and your miny
readers may see and know what has
been done in the past three weeks,
ar.d to God be all tha praise We
have just closed two protracted
meetings at Crainesvill, the firdt at
the M. E. Church South, under the
manaiiemsnt of Bro Jas. S. Carl.
Where wj hid seventeen converts
and ten accessie ns to the church and
the church greatly revividf The
other at the Missionary Baptist
church where there were nine con
verts and 37 accessions to the
church and the churc't greatly re
vived this meeting was conduct
ed by Elder Wm Jordan, who is
their pastor, and Assisted by Elders
C. C. McDmiel, John Huddleston,
TJ. A. &Johu West, and to shrw
to your readers that we have bean
moved, we have instituted a series
of Prayer Meetings, to meet a Iter,
nately, at the above named churches
weekly, where we prpoie to meet
together and work togelherfor the
good of our community at
larsre. And further more we are
working fo.- the moral good of our
pee pie, that is 're are working for
Prohtbitition, and neht here I will
say to all the young conveits, in
the state of Tennessee, and to the
!der members of the different church
es, to w ork hard for Prohibition from
now until four o'clock on the iOth
day ot Sept 18S7 and if we should
bo so unfortunate, as t lose Pro.
hibition on tne 29th, commence
work again with i ene wed enerary.
rvid now a few words to my Bro
Wnealers through out the state of
fennandl will c se Brethren you
know that our mo to is to pull down
and destroy every combination in oar
land, let us not stop until we have
driveu whisky s iai from us that
our chlldra l will not know what it
is whon thev become men and wo
men; for it is t ne of the biggest com
binations we have in our country.
By the combined effort of the
church and State Wheel, we will
carry the mend'pent n the 29th.
dont vou forcct it. Let
u? work together for this amend
meut. Very res, ectfully yours,
Moral Crank.
I urn aj;ent for the " J FieneY'
Organs- Cn sill y.ci a be.iutil il
in.-trtr.neut cheap and ou easy ter n.
Tho 1 1 jh L mailing I)n mI : S v -in
Machine is a thhi of l.?.iuty
an 1 a joy for.'ve-. C n n:i 1 i-j
ijse huehold ne ''jlt
A. J. Sw:m:;: ( ,:.
try,
op the matter. G
c'.iiet hondmuu.
Our c-tt enic 4 t-i'!-j 1
Tipler, ore ;t( B liv ir
W. G.inett is
f--, Slie.i
Lis weu ;.
OALESPJbSSVI
) warn
liy the oMi'H. Ihtvi"-? r"' '
4., i'.rit.Mn'otivJt
l I iM known NuTTt-rit
io-t grKl pay.
EigIIat:hi8 Baptist As33:iition
and Prohibition.
This association of Baptists num
bers abou fiyj thousand members.
It includes tl e Baptist churches in
the city ot mempl is, and in the
counirv for quite a distance round
about Memphis'. I1, was my pleas
ure to be present, at their late meet
ing at Germanlo A'n I do not
think I have ever reen greater in
terest taken in any question than
they tooic in Prohibition. They
began i Is discussion about the mid-,
die of the afternoon, continued it
till late and then resumed at the
niirht session. If that was an ex
pression of the sentiment through
out West Aeunassee, then we may
expect joyful news from that part ot
the state. Let all our Uaptiet as
sociations, that meet between now
and the 20th of September, be. just
us heariy a d outpozen as this, aud
they will ir.akc a record that they
ehould not be ashamed of. But
hero are the resdutions adopted by
a uii:iuimwt.s rising vote.
J. II. AXDKRSON
"In view of the fact that on the 29th
dav of Septe nb-.;.-, 1357, the vjters
of leu:isee arc lo ceei le whether
ths Constitution of t.h: S-ate f-hill
be so amended as tt prohibit the
sale an I m tuutacture of whisky.
wme and bar as a beverage withiri
ner bor lets, we, il.e Uig ilatooie
Association, hereby declare thesen
tiiiitut of this bidvas hetrtilf in
f.ivor of the adp'ion and enforce
ment. ot' said A nen iinenl. And to
the en 1 th t il .o.ir b ndo; ted, sug
gest tiiat it is ti;e otiry ot
Citi'istiau m to in I g I csi.zo.i to
uci;v: y tup, i I -his A nendment
,y ord, b iHcd. lind by .' icest
JO ..VC1- to (Ltd. Ve lu ther s tLe-t
that live Iwin oi th Higtit i an A utr
cu i piiiir-ge. Ail ia view ef
Uim no man's fe'.iiius or ho.i.'stoon
ie. i -ns :.re to be trampled upo.i or
..i,ro.-icJ. b it t.iatt.iis contt", i.
made ia in spirit f the cluster,
..Kniul whos; Mv-r "e;i c i n t
i ,).1:hiviii,L'l'P r.iii. te ; n -
;e:it 10 a lit 2 o Uii i i', iic- i i.i
I A. F. Yopp Sheriff of Hardeman Cn.
Tennessee, do hereby appoint the follow
ing list of names as officers and judges to
open and hold an election at their respec
tive districts in said County on t-c 29th
day of Sjptembir 13S7.
District 1, S.iulsbury officer T. J.
Camp, Judges Hugh Wright, Jno. T. Low
Kribsrt Wright.
1, Grand Junction ollieer B.B.Branch
Judges Alex McClarty, Kobert Boyd, N.
Smart.
2, Hickory Valley officer S. B. Towell
Judges John McClarty, T. J. Kichardsun,
John E- McKinnie.
3, New Castle officer, J. L. Foote,
James Ban, O. IlarriH, W. V. Cassclbey
4, WhiteYille officer, Dick Croi,
Jttdgs.-i John Nortuent, V ill Farley, Mites
Mitchell.
4, Cedar Cuajiel officer, S. G. Need-
ham, Judg83 J. M. Moare, A. II. Kiunb,
W. A. Fianklia.
5, Clinton's officer, T. D. Clinton,
Judges A. Gray, Wilt Smith, S. Clinton.
, Bolivar officer, J. M. Mask, Judges
A. J. Gregory, T. P. Campbell, K. K
Harris.
7, Cheshier's offieer,H B. Kay, Judges
R )bei t Ussery, Jatnes Miller, G. P. II end
ley.
8, Fortune's officer, George Eutler
Judges Wbitson Macon, John Parker, lid
Carter,
9, VanBuren officer, Clinton Busell,
Judge It. W. Smith, J. M. Morgan, F. O
Lake.
10 Maulsbury officer, Will Scott,
Jndg?s - W. It. Elliotte, G. N. McCom-
nions, Fh Harris.
11, Middleton officer J. W. Wihoon
Judges Henry Powell, William Hudson.
Frank Cox.
12 Sweot Gniu officer William Sain.
JtidiP David Bishop, Plea. Trainum
Thoaias McKie.
13 Crainsville offic-r M: H, Jernigan.
Judges Nat Huddleston, Cal Donahlion.
John Thompson.
13 Walnnt Grove officer E. H. Dorrin
Tudges Thuma Milstead, Pet Vaughan,
Arc'i Br-cden.
11 Smith's-:ffic-r George Black. Judges
Thorn Marsh, William Gioson, AVilfiaru
NuckoiN.
15 Toone-onicr-r It. A. Barham. Judges
Tho:na M inter, Wiley Jones. Wesley
Deming.
15 Cl.)Ver Port officer Jatnes T ittle.
Judges A. J. Overton, W. L. liobinsont
John Cliibiim
16 Teague-,;lficr G. P. McClendon.
Judge' James Couisr, James Jackson,
K. G. Dar.
17 L'bet officer T. E. Webb. Judges
A. K, Bui-gess, Green Fo.-ler, J. C. Webb.
17 lloweb's ofiicer Dick West.
Ju !lt(-5 D Cazey, Jake Stephens,
N. Thompson.
18 Piue loft ofiicer W. 1. Dem-
ing. Judges Eii Spuabn, Jessa Siler,
Jumes McCaun.
19 Pocahontas officei II . L- Moore
Judges J. Y. Reed, D. C. Moore,
J. H. Girlev.
23 M ddUburg officer John T.
Morrw. Juices W.l'. Preltt,
V. R. Moore, J. A Mathews.
This Sept. 6,1887.
A. F. YOPP, Sheriff.
The Physi:iaas havo Fcund cut
Tkat a contaminating and foreign ele
ment in the blood, developed ly indiges
tion, U the cause of rlieumatima. This
sttUs un n ths sensitive sub cutaneous
covctiflg of the inu.tclcs and ligaments of
the joint, caiwhv constant and shifting
lain, and airgrexatinsr a a calcareous,
ImiKy (Kpo it which producer stiffness
and di.trtion of the joints. No fact whicii
experience h is demonstrated, in legard to
Hostetter's Stomach Zitter.j has stronger
evidence to support than this, -namely,
that this medicine of comprehensive uses
checks the formidable ar.d atrocious dis
e.i't. Nor is it lest pesiiivelv established
tat it i' irferab!e to the j-oisons often
tired to nrrett it, since the medicine con
tains onlv salutary ingred'unts. It is also
a signal rents 1 tor malarial fevers, con
stipation, d?s;tpi, kidnej and bltdder
ailm.Mtts, debility and other disorders. See
th.tt you get ;h.- gtnuine.
. F. B
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bolivar, Tenn
Practices ia all the Courts of the
CJttie. x luiupt auciuiuu itu
Legal Business.
t . .
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On
ad .JPF0I11 oition
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CHEAP
Al REYKOLDS LOT.
First-class "Work any kind of
weather. Satisfaction Gaaranteed.
W. B. Delbridgx, JLrtist.
Bolivar, Tenn
ALESiiEDI
Mil
Tsoiicit urdeist tr our reliable
Nursery Stock. Geod Salary and
Expenses or Commission. Perma
nent employment guaranteed. Ad
dress at once, stating jt!,
SHELL & HOwLAInD, Nnrssrm
i obis. Mo.
FRANCIS FENTUESS,
Attorney at Law,
BOLIVAR, TENN.
Office, North side Square, Corner
of Main aud Jackson Streets.
Glara Conway Institute
Memphis, Tenn.
Thorough ix Work, JJodees in
Method. Full corps of Teachers in
all departments. Catalogues at the
Dru Stores.
Non.neaidftnt Notice.
In the Chancery Court ot llarde-
mnu County, Tenn.
Grundy Miller, v. Ella Miller.
Petition for divorce.
In this tause it apper frrm the
petition which is sworn to that the
residence of the detendant is un.
known and annot be ascertained
by diligent inquiry. It is therefore
order d thatf-he make her appear
ance and defend this cause within
the three first days of the next trm
of said court to be held at the court
house on the 3rd Monday in Sep.
tern ber 1887; or the same wi'lbe
taken for confessed and proceeded
with expavt. It is also ordered
that a copy of this notice be pub
lished lor four consecutive weeks in
the Bolivar Bulletin. This Aug
15th, 1SS7-
A. J. COATES, C. & M.
C. A. & A, M , Att't.
estinioiiy oi aiirugist.
We ar grat tied to ieport tlntt Aaron
Blaydes, living near this place, and who
has been suffering with a. severe case of
flood Poison, is now well. IL was cured
by Swill's Specific lie was blind, and
hi body was covered with ealmgttorefi.
Jiis snS'e rings were intense, and he seenietj
on the verge of the Stygian river, and
had wade every preparation to go to -'that
bourne from whence no traveler return.'
We furnished him with a' supply of Swift's
Specific, and he is now well.
Truly yours, T. Cavex o; Co.,
DiugfiiU, Atlanta, Texas, Sept, 1S8G.
A Golden Opinion
I have used your Specific ia a liinnher
et cases in ihe Kit twelve months, always
timlin good resull. At prosent I have
a patum, in uty cha.ge'tvho has a cancer
1 am treating him on Swift Speci alone
and bliev it will erfeet a permtuent cure
and cau safely reconimun dud it to the
public as b-in oue of the best bio . J
ptiritiers I have ever tried,
"W.iJ- Cold:. U. D.
Treatise on Biota tint n Disa .
in ailed free
The SwiftsSlJe.uac-Co.Dravryer', AtUa
Ga.
Saturday, September 21, 1887.
Let vis have a Grand Prohibition Rally at Bolivar
All for and against the Amend in en t are cordially invited
to be present, both white and black. Come in wagons,
buggies, on horses, on foot, and trains, and let us consult
together ior our mutual interest, and for the good of the
State in all ot her departments. We will have able speak
eis for the occasion.
R. P. WILKINSON,
R PNEELY,
B. Vr HUDSON,
CHAS. GAUDEN,
E. A: DOYLE,
HENRY J. FUSCH,
J. G. WALTON,
TIIOS SHEA.
J. H. JOHNSON,
W. J. REDD,
J. E. WARREN,
G. W. SHEETS,
W. T. COATES,
T. D. NEWBERN,
JAS. J. NEELY, JK,
E. W. McLARTY.
C. L. KI DD,
A. J. SWINE BROAD,
P. F. WILKINSON,
D. J. NEWBERN,
W. F. PREW I IT,
F. S. LUTHER,
E. il. WILKINSON,
HUGH TATE, M D.
GILMER P. SMITH,
W. H. SANDY.
T.P. CAMPBELL,
J. W. SCOG(UNS,
W. F. PRICE,
WILLIS HORNSBY,
J. K. SOONER,
A. M. S1ATLER,
WM. M.BOYD,
J. II. COLLINS,
II. N MITCHELL.
J: A. WILSCN,
C. H, NEWBERN,
T. A. PARR AN,
j. A: Barrett,
Vvr. S. WIL-ON,
G. F. SLOAN,
C, E CORNATZAR,
J. W. TATE,
d. iv. parr an,
w. h. carrutii,
i. m. emerson,
dr. s. dickson,
t d. ramsey,
t! m. mooke,
A. D. McKI.NNIE,
J. M.TAYLOR,
Wr. II, REYNOLDS,
T.G. PA I RICK,
(i. M. SAVAGE.
W. S. CO 'JURA N'
l'AULT. JONES,
JOHN KENNY.
LOUIS KENNY,
R. II. WOOD.
II . F. WILSON.
E. A. FUSCH,
G. W. COX,
A OA 11 NUCKOLLS
W. A. 11. McDANIEL,
A.J. HARRIS,
KrJOX TATE,
W. F. AMMONS,
JAS. BRADLEY,
Freedom SirerT
and many ot2i.crs-
Wbiskey Slairery MererTT
G
HAN
B
AN1
PROHIBITION
mi in 4-
iiiero will du ill) jojJ-j
THURSDAY, SEPTEM
RALLY.
22
per rvt e)
A Rally of the Anti-Prohibitionists of Hardeman Co.
All are invited white and colored. Hon. F. P.Bond, Hon.
Joel B. Fort, Col. Cruse, Hon. S. A. McKhvee and W.A.
Pledger, colored, will be on hand and deliver A nil
speeches. All Anti Clubs are invited to come organized
mounted and in line.
Freedom ever! Prohibition never!
E. II. WOOD, A. T. KeXKAL
WOOD & McNEAL,
Attorneys v,t Law,
BOLIVAR, - TENNESSEE.
ef Court Square.
C. A. sfc A. MILLER,
Attorneys at Law.
BOLIVAR, TENN,
Wdll practice in a'l the Courts
I'ardeman and adjoining counties, of
Correspondence solicited.
"JESSE NORMENT,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
EOLIVAR, TENN.
Practices in all Courts the Htatu
Buckl An's A'n ci Siva.
The best salve la the world lor Cut
F.ruises, Sores. Ulcers, Sr It Khenui, F.ve
ores, T.ttor, Chapped H.-tns, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin F.ruptiot, and posi.
ively cures Pilvs, or no pay requited- it
is guaranteed t tve perfrt satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 2 ctrtits per
ox. Fur sale by Mavac & ICncrsoa.
i 1
WITY
f
Cfce of COUNTY SU?T. PUBLIC INSIEUJTICIT
UOLIVAIi, TON., Pu?. I,
I respectfully recommend to lh; Teachers of the Public SclnnJs of
Hardeman County, the following text books, to boused in ntid .-"choci,
to-wit:
McGUrFY'S JtlJVISVf) UE.iDJ'ItS,
il A il vj: ys rui f is v o a n a m .u a i:s.
Il l Y'S XUiV A III Til M SCTiCS.
JjCLISCTH! ai:Xii;APIl lVn... E l.
i:ci.i:ctiv us 11 istoiiy.
j-jcij ('Tic coj'Y hook:;.
Any fctdioo j' not nowti-iri tite nlxiv.v book : -n ootuin thtvn fr first,
inl roilti' ti"ii at the Introduction and I'xrhunH prn-f by ordering t bt-ni
of the publishers, Mi:sisi:s Van A STWKiti', 1jI:.'.(.vi A; Co., Cin i.nnatxi, O.,
or through any retpi;isilile b..jk.eilji- in lioi ivniu'i
Rest-'.-iftil'v,
. J- (UKITKS,
County .n)t. of Public lii4inictlon.
I. Exchange Pi 1C3. Pur fiitt i.ilr i.l-M ti .n int i v lt uli iii itxcli iO tor
II.
the corro.tcmdi ,1 y oi l no !; s 1' ot .hir s. !(." in i'.;i;i I h" s,; !i' !.
i or 1 1 ; : 1 1 I n- h: st l it.r .'lotto I into sch"ol
Introduction Prio
nherrt not already in iim, an I u . ir.-oi i li.i
t-cbools is ;iveti in etemiiir-.
i! 1 b -tjk in use in the
r.iiriiin in Alnsic.
Th r.ivt.rit.: Albtttn of Konj and
ttnlhids, iv.ntin'nj thirty-two ptiies
chuic-f iind notitilar nm.-ie, lull fhet
-ic size, with complete wo s and niusie
tnd piano accompaniment is finely prin
ted upon heavy p:t)er witli a very attrac
tive cover. The following are the titk-s
f tlie oss and ballads contained in tlw
Ksvorite Album: A I'd Nothing El-w to
do, The Dear Obi sons ol Jlotue; Mother
Watch ihe Little fcot; Oil. You Protty
IJlue-evetl Wi;ch I'.l.ie Eye : K ity 's L;t-n-r.
The I':ssini lleil: 1 Saw Ku Kis-ia,'
Kat. '. V.'on't Y i I vil Me Why, Kjbi i
riieOblliHnU-nG.it.: Dwti Itelow un
Waviug Linden-; l'ad.d All
Anioiif the SuiniMT Jle; Toncli tn.
7arp Gently; My Pretty Ix.uise; I really
Jou'i think 1 -li.tti Marrv, Itreamin? of
lli.tiu-; The old Cottage Ctoe:.-; Across the
."va: A Year ajro: Kac.ielji's llill; P ith
ami I; Good Xi'lit: Ji? llapj.y Year tt'o;
Jtniue in the Orchard; The Old Dim
Viate; Jack's Faro-velt; Pwllv; Whi.jer in
ih. 1'wiliht. mis leaver iiu colla
tion of real voc il go o., a l t gotten uti in
vciy Ii-jii U"nc -t. h;. I'a .li-ici in the
ii. in.) w.tv .tin! ."vi-nl:it a ni.i'.e. -tore.
evety i i!l(- ;SJ pircts o.il I c-t y i tll.-o.
We W.-.u,ht a j lot ol .ni i.i.is;e ;ti a
jix-.t ij--riu -e ; i 1 .iw holidays art-
part, wo tit-sire t clo-o oiii u li rl.c it
uiio;. ill se.iJ oil Im- e. it li t olier-
ii.ui well wr.ipp.d a.i 1 ip .-tt u t ior -n:y
4() -i... y.-nl im il niiat iV.
Ad.av. niEEMPiUh : V - CO
ra ti!-t, Xe jr Yoil
McELREE'S WINE OF CARBUI.
This wonderful new remedv i for
sale by the following uierchaubs in
Hardeman ('ounty:
B. V. Hudson, and Savage & Em
erson, Bolivar; HaiicccA & Hattou
Grand Junction; Scott fe May, Hick
ory Valley; Edwards & Albright,
Cedar Chapel; J. D- Sasser & Co.,
Middleton; Tiplor fc Kennev, Pin
Top. W. E. Nether. Pocahontas; W.
J. Cox. Sanlsburv; J. W. NooWolls,
Tone-; Ir J. S. IUbeitson, Wlnte
ville. DlJ. D. Sauls,
Physician
AND
Optician,
Saulsbury, Tenn.
Is prepared to treat diseases of
the EYE, an 1 furnibh and adjuit
GLASSES lor those that nel them
Try him. Stisnvti.ii grim ran teed.
aij:fa" J t.-a
V. D 1 In A WflnxU ani
U:tail Ii-usjit of Kom. ., sav- We
have ben srliine Dr. King's Xew discov
ery. Electric Hitters anJ Bucklrn's Ami a
Silves for two leats. Have n. vc-r
handled reiuedb that tll as !!,
pi va snrli umvitvai snttsiatMion. oi
ltve U-ea nome wwrnk-rf il circs -f!-et-d
t:i-- inrli-iu in lhi- t itv. S voruj
cases ot j-ii.tu tO!C:-d Coii-oimplioii h iv j
bren -ti'irviy t-.u.- d bv use ol a ; '""t
tlr of Dr. Kin:' N.' Disoovtry. taken j
with Electrie liitters. Wei
m vnecfn'i
Soid iv
vetrt.
$25,000.00
IN GOLD !
wiix be paid ron
Iarbdckles5 coffee unmii
v
""sc-. r" - "- . '
A L.ii3 Srporiance. Icjciarleblc ad i
gulc-is otiren. TrtU I-aCiiB-pes. Send ;
etamr for bca1 part'. suLirs. JLi&rem ;
C. WARD & CO. Louisiana. Wo-
1 Premium, "
2 Premiumi,
6 Premiums,
25 Premiums,
100 Premiums,
200 Premiums,
1,000 Premiums,
Sl.000.00
9500.00 eacn
S25O.0O
S100.00
SS0.00
S 20.00
S 10.00
tt
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..,! M1i J,TiliLrlaiadlr-etkr.s see ChW
lex In erery pouad of ,UU--ic.e.V Ocrraa.
A ti ntad Kecoru.
Vi'c cll youraitentitia adyir
tiseiaent of a remedy which ha stood tho
test tif more than a half couitn v with in '
ereasin ppu!arity and is universally ad -mi
ted to have uo e J I il as a nudicitl for
the cure of d is,asos oriiuatt iik in a dis
orded Liver, such as Dyspepsia, I'.ilioiiK
ness Constipation, Cfihc, ets. Siitiin. us
Liv.r Pegular i a simple an I harm 1mm.
medicine, purely writable, an t eau be
safely and advantao usl y tied under
any cireuni'tances. It ac' mildly and ef
fectually and is eppeia!!y val i.hle as a
Fan ily Medicine, which position it bold
in so many homes. We do not know aii
other preperatio'i w liicli tan brinj fr
ward such indorsineuts from heads of tm
ilifs and thtwe holding tiie highest o.Tieial
aud soe'nil position. Keep Shimon liv
er Iwfilator in your hiusi it will reducj
your doctor's bill and in:ire f jr your
families licalth uti.l happines.
It is not to be wondered at that so pop
ular and meritorious a me licine should
be counterfeited. Th. Me iiciu-' they ca i -nut
imitate, but th t co y il eTtrior,
general appearance and use names so ing
eitirj of Aim m n Li ver .1 tu! it.r a I
tJh 'i l'.v try . i ) i t r': c y I. 'i ; ill i
perhaps life by 't exr-rtiu proper dis
erituiuation in nyin' Bu.'JH'i r
riht- Iok anJ sea tli.it you t -t t.tJ n
aine which ha" alwiys ths Tn 1-I i. x Z
in red " thfl fronts of Wrapper and tha
i to ef . I.Z 'itiii A C . -tn it i J
rrn- .mo.iv l. linlif-r&ailT acknowl
i... ,). i-iout. nn.l iikwL rxMsitlve re
SJulator of the Liver and 1 towels kuowi
.. Vi. I'ri.rlatlnnii. KiirreOj
rranir'ae. OireimivePersplraUof ad1?J-1i
I . 1... all r- .c!lt,HKIU- Hi if t
r. l.ri Man.s-lin Is usoU. Ituuriflon
he blooU.v"orretaii ueranffeu iuiii"""-i
1 - ..... t.. ,.i. K.lu lfe..tv. Tofiv rneeli-l
cuu f 1--
lDtto ta'.te, and tt.osa who hava trlU l'j
lire aupremely liapry. i ,., IltH,
ii- S. P.. Hart i.-mn i JJ. 'oilie"C: 3
'Ciotl tUssyou f.,:Mjv:i-mi;il has uong
Jina n.ore pooa K,r ijp-.pi'
Litis 1 bavec-v.rtaHeii.V -It tin retri.late.ij
5iav liver, built up my svt m, nl ,l
towels work. a4 r suhir tlo.;k-w-oi It 3
,i, 1 mi 1 J . l.i. - .MJ
lu tbe yr-ar 150 I was o bail U.at 1 fcnn
iM-arcely walls. I used Man-u-im,fcu
114 vr as in-tin !! uh 1 unviT ... v
. JtjSKMi THOMAS, Kasl ltraJy Pa. I
rfo!dbva!l ilruptrisfa ;ind dealers. 9
ier UiUle, B for 4.I.'. H-a'l for Dr. Hurt-
nan's l-oif. '-The Ills of Life:" it free-J
H. S. 15. tl A Ht .M 1 im IS I
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McfitTFFBY'a? IlRVt-JE.') FI ii'ii!) : I, lt( 50 17
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