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X The Bulletin. ILLINOIS CENTRAL, TUvTE CARD. fcOING SOUTH. ruHMter I. 1 7 S7, a m. rh-(jBjr No. 3 4 21 p. I.ecal Daily Except Sunday 9 05 a.m OOISG NORTH. rsncer No. 2 3 25 a. as. rKs,jr No. 40 52 a. ni. Ltseal, Dailv Except Sunday 8 4 a. m CTitrehM su S:rjt Orders. IIUHTSOf HOXOi Maets flrat sucl thir r T iiitu la ies month. 'r 7 ' J. A. SflLSO, Dictator. A.J. S,VIXKOAI, Kurtr. S-JflQHTS AND J.APIE Of HOSOR.-Mtn ua4 aa.f.urth Friday in aach moiiib A.J. EIlKOAD, Secretai J. LOtAt FO. 27 OF I. O. O. r Mftets urcon.l aua laartb Hoidtr nights in itr, munth. C. M. WKLUI.NS, N. ti. T. A. SbOii , Sea' J. rr.KSBTTERIAX CllU RCH.-Rt. 8. R.IIopa, r.iUr, wrviaa irrj (Sunday morning anil -in. f-rmyr ui!'i..n 1 burs.Uj util. JliTHOMnT III KCH -ReT. B. A. Hayes, iailitr. rvicw erry SuuJar innniinu aud BAPTIST CUV II H !U--. E. B. McNil, t amor, t-arriewe first Sunday moruiDj and nl;ni . : rrfh mount. Announcement. We lire auihorizcd to announce E. II. L'orris, 14., uf lle I3ih Civil District, o. candidate for Tax Aiwewor f Hardeman Couaty. Eli i'toii hy the County Court, ManJay, Jantsary, t. 2nd 188.. Canned roods of all kinds, California fiuiu, the very be.t, at Ingram & co's j T.fr. W IJ. Hairison. ami daugh ter, ol Medoii, paid their Iriend a i'.yu g visit on Monday last. For Kiiniojjton Breech Loading Single I "ml Saot Guns si to I. E. Durrett'a. Collins will you Stoves and Tiuware clis.tper than any body. Clocks, all binds at Light for tV. Little Widie s-.-reaiua and etorins with a burn upon In arm. To lit tle Willie joy Ueiit, by using Sal - adon Oil, the great liniment. May your Gr.icsrie tr- a Ii-jraii ACj Try Hudsou fur Drug3. A daiy line o( c kiu z an I hbat in stoves low down at John Collin's on wt ide. Don't forget the Bulletin when lisre Com. in and subscribe. Come in and pay up. Ladies, hare you wen the beautiful Jacket, Short Traps, an i N.wniarkets at 1). E. Durret'a, that he is s.-llmg ho cheap Why is it thit Inra n ?!l in ia good than any other houe in town, because he I nya far cash, and seil ao caenp. There are marriages, and rumors of marriages, in th land. . Car load of tie brands ot flour juat received at Ingr.tru AcoV D. E. Durrott will give you better goods and for lesn money than any other house in Bolivar. Winn a lawyer draws a convey ancais li a horse or a mule? 'Will you marry m?" anked l.ujrutut, who ia a matter of fact younj ma. ,Oh, nhe replied, llutterinslf, ask pupa." "Ctainly: I'll asW roar father if voa wili it, bull naturally thought yo ought to know beat. .Tii e Ur'ett line of Cooking and Heating Stove tcr biouht to Jinliyar are at Jt)ansu'-J. il 1U the. a at :i sitiaU per coatabr cost. Do yon want the best tinware 2oodtV It you do John Collins baa them at prices to suit youi puraa Ths cotton Market ha been steady for nometitMo. The rush from the country la Tery heary. I'ricea ara good, raugia from b-i to 9J. J. II. Johnson keeps a full stock of the very best Tressed Ware, ilorneMiiade Tinware, and Hollow Ware that can be lound iu any market. Trice low down. The laifcc-l end lestftck of T.oots and Shot a tf all kinds ever brought to lioliTar Ly any House at one liiuj at D. E. Durrett' The Womans Christian Teiuujr . ncj Utiion meets rguiany. These nobie Indie are determined not to give up- the tight. Tin rooGin, gutter work, soldering etvTO joints to order, ana all kinds of repairing lit the tinners line doue by John Coliii'.s on wtsl side. Ladic Jacket from to ?tU0. Newmarkets frm 3.00 to $12 V 1. E. Darrett'. II. F- Wilson bai a beautiful line of samples for Overcoats. 1I will guarautee a good lit. Tatronize John Coltitia, ilia tinuar h ieservsit, t:.iot. JelTCoates of Favtt Cor ner washer this went trading, lie loo know where bargaiu aie to be Vo uud: . Darrett haa a beautifal atock o Dras Uod and tlehaa rouipittion oa thftn. Cmnlri. Hair. Tooth 6t Nail Brush - (atprictsto suit everybody ut iaavage Kmersou'. The Furniture Department of W. II. Reynold i a real .palaca parlor. Chairs, liuieau's, 'lables, JicUteads, Cradles, bpnn und Watlresses. Every thing chaap a 1 c sand on the eahore. Come in 31 jM.O. If you want choice lumber, go to W.A, Iv' Pinty Mills at Pine Top. Farmers are yearly bettering their condition. More intelligence, harder work and pconoray are doing if Go o", brave boys of the soil. Every kind of Hardware. Lamps, Wash Boards, Coal Oil, etc., at J. H. Johnson's mammoth store. Go and price his goods. 1v'-o Rma 1 0fV "Awmr ket. "Cloak; Price $12.i0 to $15.00 which they are closing out at 3.00 I and $7.50. Fitter Miller's lumber card in 1 this issue ought to be-arefuliv read. His mill is one of the best to be fouud. II ore goods for caah at Ingram's than any hotte in town. Owing to short crops and low priee. of cotton . 1 will aril my entire atock f good at greatly reducad price, as 1 am over stocked. D. E. Dtirratt. Lamps! Lain-.-!! Lmp!!!at Hud-sou'. Our f frT!l friftild. .Tas3e Sjojt- giu, of iSilttrsville ws in town sell- innr cotton and trading yesterday A n"w crop of r;iola-sea a new crop of auz-r, ami t uck-wheat in aounaanca at I ngrauiV Few canned goods of every desmption at Iagraiu's- Itwiili av you to examine the Lamps ek Lamp goods at S avacre fe lmersoo's before buvingel tewhere Pitser Miller has a large lot of one inch plank which he will sell 25 per cent less than ever before. Other lumber in the same proportion C.ill and see him. He is the best lumber man with whom to trade. Bargains in Paints, Oil. Window Glas etc. et Hudson1. Ingram's in the "Wheeler's g'oeery house They never forget him, becaiue he nTer lorfcet tlieru. Fresh Drurrs always on iand at. Savage A Emerson'. D. E. Durrett invites all Wheelers to examine his atock before buying. The talented proprietor and edit or of the Jackson Whig was a spec lator at tue marriage oi ur. v . Hudson lant luesnay lore noon. He is one of lie best newspaper men in the .tnte. and in addition 1 one of the most handsome. bciI u"il so cheap. Answer, Decause lu pay cash for all lie buys, and eells at a (mailer prout than ins competitors. Savage A Emerson for pocket knives. A weet little innocent of about 91 vpin remarked as she emerstel from the M. E. Church at the close of the marriage ceremonies Jlast iv. r f.Ai in t- Tib- llieSltty KM CUtilfll. J. let U,b ail-vw I 'ot married '' The Bulletin gustes lhat a great many felt like they warned to get married. fall and pxnmina mv Ptock of Men'n and lioy'a Clothing and Over Goals, if you want to buy cheap. D, E. Durrett, Hudson's Druir Store is loaded down with Diugs, Books, Perfumes, Toilet Soaps etc. Buy iroiu him and you will gt tha vtry best bar A HAN UP A TESE CA1T SEE On the south ide of Market St. west of court square is the place to find W. H. Reynold's & Co. They are there with the largest and most complete stock of Haidware, Cut lery, Tin ware. Furniture, Door, Sash. Blinds, Harness, Saddles, Faucy Groceries, and everything you need or can ask for. Such an other variety of what the people need cannot be found in Bolivar. J. W. Guthrie is in aiain. repairing sewing our midst machines which business he was in when here ast year. He tells us lhat he has visited ul ef hia old patrons, and il.au ai-a vct nlaisc.d with his work nj.r i , - , If you are having trouoie witu your machine you will do well to have him call. Leave wont at uoiivar House, LOVELY. WTe call attention to the mam moth ad. of li. L. Lighttort, ad- vrtisino-ji nantmoth tock I ev erything kept in a jewelry store. We have pemoually lnspecie aua priceu his atopL- indcan sav that there is not larger assortment and variety of Silver ware, Outleiy, Xmas pres ents, Rings, Watchs, Clock, and all sorts oi Jewelry t o touna in west Teuu. ouUide ot ilempnis. as id nncea. Rcitv w id not dunlicat. It U mvul aliaw to walk in and look. Ptnino liriurr afar would ave mon ey by coming here and Duying irom him An Hccmintht the burninir of Mr. Kempt Staling's residence was writ ten up last week: but in some way wa tost from the hook. Her resi- idence waaan elegant frame buildiug West of Bolivar. The fire caught from a defective Hue anil enroad fit mnidlv lhat tre buildimrand household effects were nni.klv consumed. Even her mon ey was' burned. Also 1900 pounds nf apfid rnttnn in an out house. -Clo Wiiere he wa buying a good m, :, i u Suit of Clothes. New Pair of Boots, n e TJ d and nice Hat all for S700. lhat Plan WKJlnu m, muuiam. i - - - , Our stock is now complete in Sil ver Ware and Gift Goods. We are offering the most attractive stock ever seen in Bolivar. 18k and 14k Wedding Rings, all sizes, weights, and nrices. Chains. for Ladies and ! Gentleman all styles. Cuff Buttons -s.-a . J J unarms, etc., in great variety. Watches, a full stocK, key and stem winders. Clocks 1 and 8 day -a -srr- TT71 -.1 to suit every body, mnives, x oiks, and Spoons, best in town. Accord eons, some very fine, French Harps, '-Oodles" of them. Poetical Works, cheap. Scrap Books, Albums, and Notions gen- a erally. Call and see tor yourself. - -m .1 1 Goods are cneaper tnan ever ociore 3 l-Oll ! K .K.WOOP, A. T. Mais VAX. WOOD u JIcKEAL, Attorneys at Law, BOLIVAR, - TENMESSEii. -Eat 8i3e af Ctart Syuare. JS3SE NOHMJBHT, ATT011NE Y-AT-LA W BOLIVAR, TENN. Practices ia all th Courts of tbe Stkta He Lb LioH L08T BOY. But found at J. A. Wilson's Wheel Store. Mrs. Curraey "See my next winter wrap, isn't it lovely? A boy kimit.ht it no. bnthe didn't brin the bid," Mr. Curraey "O. course net. A boy couldn't carry the bdl. They will send it up to. morrow on a dirt v. 1 uck. Beautiful G lass Sets from 31 to $3 at Savage & Emerson's. Examine II. F. Wils c a s i n ie He is airent for Mills & Avei ill i the largest tailoring home iu St , Low is. Savage & Emerson are receiving ! the largest lot of Christmas lnx Yases, Albums, Toilel betf, Dress ni'' Cases &.G &c. Call and see I hem when you visit Bolivar FcniTPk- ami Mr. Carriinrtjn will doubtless have the matter attended to when the trees get larger A bevy of the weetest and pret tiest little beauties tnat can ue found Rnvwhere came here shop' omir from New Castli last Satur day". Thpv were Misses Minnie Eubank. Allie Kulwink, Annie Baird, and Lulu Cater, t'hey were aecomnamed hv the handsome and T H. Eubank and R" L. Baird. Come aeaiu, friends. Bolivar is the piace to get styles, qualities and bargains. 1IYUENEJLL. On Tueadav morning at tke WethAlist Church in Bo ivar, Miss Maegie Coleman was married to Dr. B. V Hudson in the presence of a large cencourse of relatives and friends. Rsv. B. A. llayes oinciat The happy couple are well known in society circles. The bride was ne of our niort popular young ladies, always noted for her modesty o runt 11 safninftss. and christian real. Hir hiishn nd. one of our leading rlnnririta haa no Bunerioras thor nnjrh n-oine. prosperous, businee-s man Th. hridc was dressed in travel ling costume oi dark grey, and the irroom in conventional Diacit Immediately after the eeremony tiior t:irti-rl on an e xtended bridal tour to the Eastern and Northern Tho Attendants. Miss Amelia Tn.rn and 41r. Joe Barrrett. Messi-s. II. Meyerheim, W. R. New ham Stewart Wilson and E. W Mcl.nrt.ya.ct.ed' as uihers. Miss r.nci- Anderson to resided at iue or .r.n' rpnderin' ia most effective atvlethe Weddinc March boy will be a success, for he haa judgment to know a good thing when he see s it. A Jtuwr T D- N"-bnrn bai Durchased and now has at his liverv stable the finest saddle horse e ver bro ught to Bolivar- He is genuine Kentucky ! breed, and his namerjunel exactly signifies what he can do' All tha boys want June to ride. .New barn also has other fine stock and line vehicles. 1; 5u went a i it ami nd -y i ; iu ht. Ui 11. K VTiiivu take your uM-ute :d hue it xi.udts luryou I "Wkj do you smoke a cob p ipe, Pat?" O'Keily "Shure, now, mi' it's very cenvanient. Vhia the 'oacaa burns out. yee km list kape meking till tue pipe burns up, too:" Don't forget to call on D. E. Durrett tv hen you come i Boliv ar. I). F.. Durrett has a big rtock f " f he Celebrated tiusecke hoots and bhocs,' chaier than ever. 'The world was all before theai i.x ,.hr. " Mud a t hev were a x,aaww-f i .niihli too in' con i)l thev took a nr tht rnrner. where tney li j mmj i v m a " i - couid g el aiway. on shf rt notice, a hoit U ol Ur. iSull s wurn oyrup at 5 cent, to cure their cold. W. II, Reynolds & Co. have s ot the latest styles of Single- lUi it-led. Double-Barreled Breech Shot. Guns. R:fl8, etc. bporitmen, come. James A. Foster, a taleuted youug attoraey ef ilubhetoii and 11 r .s- li- Jones, a receuuy eici.- ed J. P. tor the 11th diitnet. call- e 1 and paid their respect, le the itiiiuiiii last Monday. We are alway pleased to aaeal these popu iar vwuult iren'-.eaien, ani trust that ttiwir lot uaay ever fall in pieaaant aud ioperous place. Mr. P. W. Austin has moved his palace saloon irom the old taud ....ri. i.t ot court suuare to the CUVIHI x r r i:- P. IiiL-ram stand on West side of .imrt Knuare. Where he will be .uti.rhtrtd to welceme his old cus va w a q 1 friends. He has a new aloe ot the liuvst and best Wines, Liquors, Ales, Tobaccos aud Cigars, IhfMj he will deal out to you at tna lowest prices. Goarouud aud male yur heart glad. Some geniu proposes to iutro . duce iprr shirts. This n.ight d for J-F111. DUt would Pv .t,;.,., i,.r ill. doctor, because rhu- VtaiiJrj rmusui, etc., would become iroquent 11, however, peopse woa d u.ep salvati u O.l couveiMeut, paper bhiris might s"U he a uece,. It cusis only 25 cent. A ladv walking or driving sui t cannot be teo everely plain and simple, while her attsruj-M a.d vveiiing toiieis at honid or t'r visit am iway be as elaborate a lace, r:im'' males, riboa ail li , ad iiim acces-rie ot lha tenet ca make i. She may oj a fusy a FroU-Fr.'U, and not violate good trfSte ia tue later heurs oi l is twcu- tv-lour. Rov by the name of Henry Bond was theobiect of mujh ouriwity on our streets la it Saturday. He wa seeking work. According to his story, hedeeited his parental roof in Virginia about one year ago. ms head had been sturle 1 with visions of pleasure and wea'th. . He ran r nr;iy from hsme ones in pursuit or j . these luring phantoms JSow h.s liap-srard and careworn race, ins uir- ty and tattered apparel tell how well he ha succeeded, lie long to return to the old homestead, but poverty chaius htm away. Biys, take warning. . VV. S. ILufliii, whose husband was killjo near th. Taltahalthi. river while acting as engineer, has betw awarded a vtrdiet of &20.000 damages against the' Iiiia.iis Ontral Kailroad Company." W S. ILuffiu wasasou of W. li. Kuftui, ot Toono. lie was one of the finest .nsfiuenn that ever pulled a throttle. F.om a boy he delighted in the study and operation of engine Machinery. He would make toy engines aud run thwni. II. lu.t his deu'h by the ciriag way of a bridge ov.r which his ensiu was pawning, riiii sum of dauiayes is bu t a siuall recompense ior the nobld lite. A fac.A familial-to scores of our people is smiling upon us this wee Mr. Pleis J, 'Lanuin, of Distric1 12, passed through Bolivar yester day enroute to Tipton county. He carried with him s nis fine stock for sale. This is the rieht kiml of ei.ter prise for Hardeman larmers. Fanners are coming into Bohv-tr Irotn all quarters of the cjunty to sell their cotton an l trade. Exactly ri'at gentleman You can get the bargains here, as our ad verti sing ctdu rims will show. rVtt"i t ioJi, It. JL. Z-i. For sprains bruises rheumatism, cram ps lnllnmalion, swelling. tut, burns, etc.. in man, and aplint, rinhoiie, windfall, ep.zootic, s. ralchs etc., in horses, Kan guni Knot Liniment i a sure cure. The " King of liniments" is the universal ver dict. Kever fails io cure any ailment that can he reached by an extern d medical application. 50 cents prr bott 1, For sale by all druggist. Horace Polk, fon of the late stile senator Poik ot Bolivar" was here this wjek visiting his friends. He is a stock grower near Springhill Tenn. Ha has a h t of warm friends in B'divar wuo were tielightel to bee him, NON- REIDEN r In thi- County Court of NO TICE. Hardeman Co Tennessee. S. G. Needham, Adm'r. et als. vs. Eaierson Joue, fct als. Petition to sell land. N.. ia'JR.D. u this cause it app.aring from the .petition that the defendants llohert and Emerson Jones are ne n-r. idtiits of the State of Tennessee. It is ordered that pu'dication bs male fr four Huecessire weeks in the Bolivar Bulletin, a newspa per published at Bolivar, Tenn., requir ing Baid defendants to enter their appear ance herein by or within the farst three days of the December term, 1837, ef the county court of aideman County, Tenn; te We held at JJoiivar, Tennessee, on Mon day the 5th day of December 1887 and plead, answer or demur to the petition in tiiis cause or the sauiu will be taken for .contested as to them an l sit far hearing ex part. This the 9th day of .oyem btr 1887. W. W. PAULEY, C. & M. Wood A McN'eal Solicitor-fur Petitioner lfthp Vpdriin'T March rrivj ur ,, . ThXLin ?SnU.ii heartiest Ut the visage of John l. orment . i ,. q,miu .i i ! t r i r riiiii-.v coBirratulatious ami wishe them a J' r t ,. tu. . . r . .... iii 4. xi- in r lor I'lacene at Ingram hnt'Ul andhaonv iumre. . . . . ... - j. iii. iin;i,iin:irrerji are uo,v r.T.Ttxnr 'tTeelv. at. Needle. Gala for uia. His buai 1 : . . . . i .1 c Wk In.. ness IS io coiiouci a uaiu throujru I our miles norm or n mienuc -- - -last Wednesday morning, Miss Belle the blossoming valleys and tne mazf -last. euueoway o mistv i.miiiiiain w udin-rs ot tne Niaalv drtlK'hter 01 liev. 1 Uiuaa u . J jxeeiy, uau.uteii xvC ppopie XT .. I ... m rt rrlO1 Tf f - V . li . kJ.I ' J ieiy. u0 - ,,. ,. uilll ,r ij L,,o noL uinr l Crenshaw. otKipiey. lenu . a()d- A. 1L Wilson, or lirownsvine, om- , " , , J ' , r , ciatm- The isroom ia a gentlpnian sell goods and dniUa, barter an i f rnr character, anu veiy infu' o fni I. la !ir r,f .. .1 1 1' I no np ill -ill. a U It." r li B IX IU I IU.' .m-m, n..ii.r. mn.i ohsrnnni? manners. l- a k oil link no vr her. Our best wishes go with them. C&te Arinisteaa. a ft rtVWt yesterday Mr. Ja. H Cate was united in marriage to Miss Annie H. Armistead, daughter ot i. J W Armistead. editor oi Ti.l t1., ,.t 'ahviile. Tenn.. The X 11. XEul v - j cereauony was performed at the res - idence ot the pride s parents, ou South Vine street, the Rev. W . M. Leftwich, D. D., clficiatiiig- lhe bridal pair lett on the morning ,.o;,, ;r tJnmaev. Kv.. the homeot Mr. Gate, who is interested iu the large woolen mills at that place. MrTCale ha recently graduated in the department teugmeenng at Vanderbilt University. Miss Annie has many liiends aad acquainte uances in Bolivar and the county, who join the Bulletin in bespeak ing for her a happy fulure. day. that's same as auv other laul ot nionev. 7Wt is the Time to use Hodges' Saraaparilla wuh Iodide of Potash, the jrreat purifier for the bloody for rheumatism, scrofulou aflVetions, and all diseases peculiar to le" males. Itenovates ami invigorates im: ayKte.i. Physicians reccnnnien.1 U. lake no other. Kangum Root Aledicine t'o., manufacturers, Nashville, l.-im. $ 1 .OO per bottle. Sold by all druggist. Mr. Z. T. Simpson, of C rains vill drove in lat Saturday with a bald of cotton. He dropped the inside tr tcjes ieaviug the others hitched. There was a crowd tit wagon on the street iu which his stood. About n wn in team became frightened, and ran wd.llv !onc ilain street among the waon, scattering ieopi i -gnt ami left. Whtn they leached Market, they turned easl. Ih-u their jumps bewail to snap harness toe lrnt axle broke, the tongue split to splin ters, and the horses were freed. Ihey rushed on uutd they reached the front ot Sarairo & t, nerstus livery stable where they were stopped by the brave livery men, XMo on waa hurt, only tcared. Mr. Si'Sp'Oii is j unfortunate with his wagon and team. Last year a boat went down with liimelt .nd tea, drowning one of his horses. Backlsa's a i Si'e. Tho best sat2 i the w jnH tor Cat Braises, Sores, Uteviv, Salt Kaeam, Tere ore, leller, Oiapped llan ia, OilWlaiiw Coins, aud all Skin Y.i b p? ion, and posi- ,t urm t'iUs. or no i'y rwliiied- It j. Ruarai.ired to ;;ive pertect satisfaction or ..lony reinuuei. Pncc 2h .mis per OX. For -d UV ft.ivas0 ii-aeraoa. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. la tlie County Court of HarJeaaan C. Teanessee. W. A. K.-s et al. vs. Il.irs of William Wilson, dwe'd. Petilioa t. sU land lor division Nj. 1300 It- D. In this cause it appearing from the petition which is swora t. that th del ndants Ingram Wilson, William M. TiUoB, the uaknowu heir of Audi.u Wilsoa, dsc'J. whose names, nnnahei, and place f resideac. are unkaown aad ca n.t be ascertained after dilige.t enejairy re non-rwidats of the state ef Tenn. It is ordered tk at pabhca'.ion be made for four saecessive weeks in the Bolivir Bul letin a newspaper published at Bolivar, Tennessee, reii lirin aid defenients to enter their appearance herein by or with in ike Brsttluee days of the D.cember Urui 18S7 of the County Court oi Harde man Ceamv, Tennessee te k-9 held at Bolivar, Tennessee, on Menday the i-lli day of December 1887 and plead acaw:r or deronr to the petition in this caue. or in. same will ba taken fur confessed as to ta.iu aud set for kearin.' ex .arte. This 10th of November loS7. W. W. FABLKY.C A U. Francis Fentress Solicitor for Petitioners ITealy Sobiasoa- r..0 ,d tho most fashionable marriages ever witnessed in White- ville occurred at tne resmem-o ik- T s lioliinson last Wednea- ' . w . I k. T I... .nrifninc at 11 O Clock. It uav . . , the marriage ui .i iM.r Miss Mamie, to Mr. G 11 Neely, ot nasiivine, ienn., rl. viiiini. tif Brownsville, cou- .i..ir.i tha raarriaue rites. At the VI V. I -v " . couclusiun ot the ceremonies a wed. dinn tcail was spread arouna wnicn the united twam ana uuir n mhu guests gathered, and while love 7..t-d tr.,m ese to eve, and merry i. r.n.'rh'eer to every heart, Activa. fusuiaJ aa Eeliabl .i- ,.i,r their to the &;,;.. V Euisiwn can alway as irie-l 1 A ..... .. un.f ,linl ... in Mtocit ta. mireni aMi BU.iipiuou. t Holivar Where Nl g d art aiislata iue reprntaito- oi ins, Ibey came to tioiivar wnere e ll-HII1M. aJ reiiaoL. by they took the tram tor au extend i eH ;,llclea w.t weii -tlUa lal trio. J he irroom is a! . a, .mur. ii.tr- i.rokPerous young business man of IBg v-l. lor tn cetcorated Dr. to ..bville While the bride is one u :..c. f ier n-anpu 1 1 StiVmU-t amiab.e and endured , eot;. a.a r young l-dif our -tinty T ' or ellMt .... orwi -.llllltllV'B tresainiva ' ' tlieir gO'e---T.K ,...?.... and i .-r ' . . . . i i lii. ussi'vimvv e buwsrs ui - wealth i the w ii ot tue Bulittm Tiling to bo Avoided. Never ten an editor now to ru: his paper. . Never give advice without be.ng aiite.i. Never ay, "I Ud y..a io after the thing laile l" Never flirt witu another fehow s sweetuetrc. Never etick a pin-p"int upwards iu the se.io-J in t iter's s-iat- Never c.ndem.'i m othr w.iat you do yourself. . Never g i b ici o a frien i. Never let aay o ly out - t yu in pdite less , il gemroi ty. Never gj mho uj oaciC i or of a S.livJOU. Never h a fra i 1 or a h,nt- Never try t: fo ! the L r 1 by dr .pping a nickte out d a dis . .oist dollar iii ttu co iChoj i i b x. Ne-v-r led yo.i -vi w.ieu y J com h oie at o io o'c:-a tt. night taat i.ii-.rtvil b isi.rj4. h t.s kttpt v : ot.' ui, 4: a y5u at fie oili ;j, u tttiilarly it y have the hi i-c i. Never ouy iiior ail htvs it c'n trg 1 'V mj.-cha-i ii'J. Never let yo tr cxpvi lit ins 1)3 l irg?rt"'t f '" Never ive i cii-e f ' "' : r hut -r : y-ri-itj t b imt ,- FRANCIS FfiXTKESS, , Attorney at Lav, BOLIVAR, TENN. Office, North side Square, Conner of Main and Jackson Street. SAVAGE & EMEltSON. rioin i-tcra, lolivar, Tenn. o- We have the largest Stable and StaW i Yards, tlie finest Saddle and Harness Korscs, the prettiCjt Jino cf S'x-rriv; Buggies. Hacks, and other vehicles ever soon in Eolivar. ar.. v.4-Al liinn Aiit m t ftr i if ii i i j v i .1 hi a -. IIU rciilUSiU mi ; viu uu t,u uiinii i t;.:i i.i.iwirj Hr.ulhii; of all kln.Ls fur ttnd nviw, done on oulc!. time. Leave us your orders. Hj.Y.ige & Emerson. BOOTH, ATTORNEY AT LAW Bolivar, Tenn Practices iu all the Courts of the State. 'Prompt attention given all Legal Buiuefs. A So und Hind in a Sound Body. Science and philosophy have exhausted themselves in profound trtatisesto deter mine the yivt relation between mind and matter, between body and oul, how to preserve the equilibrium between t'se two, and how .to restore it when it is lost by sickness of the body, This gred problem has succesfefullv been solved by a gentle man in North Carolina, by experience on himstlf. tr ovine that iin ounce of pract ical experience is worth several pounds cf seientiiic, or philosophical theorizing. JIi- Hamlin is one of the Ik'st known in surance men in Winston, K. t). Gentletuen Ever sin -a I ws saven years of age I have had what the doctors call bin dit-eiis.', and which I call white swelling. My lup was drawn out ot . jlace. There was a idling at the knee joint, where there is a profuse running, which has been there lor years. Of course this has greatly depleted ti.y system, lo gethei with surgical operation on t!ie leg bone. I tritfdevtry known blood puritlr to build up my syxtem, but none did me jfood until I took S. S. S. I tine it ev.ry spring. It always builds me up4 giving me appetite and tiif t&tii !: md tnablet me to sta belong, tr ing, enervating, hot summer days. Tome there is no Mich medicine lor lurihii.g ti e blood a nd. building up the wat.teii system as S S. 8 Cli UMi.g it I soon l.et'uu.e stro. g o body ariileasy ot mind. My color chan-es from a pale, worn look to a healthy, ro bust "omplexion. Yours, verv truly, M, S. Hamlin Winston, X. C April 12, 1X87. Treatise on BZuod and Skin Diseases mailed free. For sale by all druggist:-'. Tun Swm Specific Co., Drawer U Atlanta, iin. EE. O-OEETNTSOlxr, x ,-.i.. ' . ',, ; v.! "-. f u v- i' " -..v t- . " ...v , . ....... .. . , y . ; . t 4 . . c , ? HAS JUST RECEIVED A LAS :E STOCK OT Cooking and ITeatin ir Stove-, Country Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Sai at'iin Ir i.r,. La mj s, Cm! Oil, Wll Buckets, Water Buckets, Sifters, T a -s, Coil"' e Mills. Wash Tuba. Fiie Shovels, Tongs, Axe?, 15ee Sni'.keip, Biid t'age, Bi.rb Wire, owing Machine. And a lr.rge it ck d Good Home Made finwaie, which I will still fif a ii . . . SU1UI 1 p . vll L J. U. JOilNSOX. Dry Goods, Carpsts cntl u pliolstoiy , J Ts Our slocks are now complete In every detail embracing all lines of goods appertaiiung ti a first class estahlishxnenfc at popular prices. fcrOnr illuslrated catalogue fo- Full and Winter will be rtady by October lOtb, which will le mailed Iree v r. tpilicatiou. Sampha :it o-i eiiiaud and onlers bat-ttl n s-sinc, will lti'tivs pi- iiij t atteiitioii. B, LoweiiStein & Bros. . . ' . w rsis mt&? n c? 7 yj ?;i A p f fj exican lystaiii Liniinen W -tj? 'Ift '.ef fci) KU VM' nw n'-. fi. - ' - ' - - MOHBAY, Soptejabo? 5, 1S37. Eoys Carefcily f.aa Vkercuclily pv9rAvai to or..ai' any while a 1 Cr Un:7Ci"iiiy Terms J'er Svhohisi itt 2 font It ' J- ir.a: Vrimavy Depai'tiuiinL V. I : tr:neiiiatn Daji-l.u ,f Grammftvj. li jnirtiiiint No deductioi s txcfj ti n atccui.t .f pudrm tt.('",!.i..k uews. t J A L -U 't I 1 iii I Ji Contracted Emptions, Hoof Ail, Vonas, S'jnnney, Saddle GalX Pilss. Seiatica, Seratchea. Laatoage, Sprains, Boensi&Uom, Strauis, Poms, Stitches, Scalds, Eti'f joints, Brings, Bac-, Bites, Sails, Bruiaes, Sere, SanicLj, Spavin Coras. Cracke. THIS GOOD OLD STAND-BY MorapllshM for everybody enactly what UiilaUued for It. Odo af the rcasous for lie Breat popularity of tk. Kuataog IJntmtmt Is found In Its aalveml V.Iioa l.llll r. Everytio!y neoJe such a medlolno. Tke tuilif W8U rawiis K In cm o( edi!t The Houaewlite needs It for i-naral family uafc TUu Canalnr neea it ror n kimmmiu v Th. Mschanic nels U always on bla woi bmeti. The mi.erpuwlsltlncwwof cmroficT. Thai l.neer ueds It ean't gat along wlMiout I. The Farmer n9 m bim j-, . V I . tttnnfe .nnl Tho Steamboat man or th. B.atmnn Biaed 1 n 1 otuuJf D.m! nii HHirro. Tho Horse-faneler naeds It It U Ms a wsa. vuMnnML The Stol-8-r.w.r neoJ It It wrlll sa-ro hana thowands of dwtlara and a woria oi uouum Th. Ha-IIroad nan ceeda It and will ned It sr km aa hta llf is a round or acciaenwt aim -pi.. u...i,..A.,.aii nnediilt. There Is noth tag Ilk. It as an antidote for tho dangers to Uc snrroiuid the ploniHT. The Merchant nwds It about 1,1s store anion hla eroployeea- Acofdit will Happen, ra v.iciwo T.Wilnif-nt lawantud atonca VfXamWUlv ... . ry - KoepaCotIeiiithoH.ae. "lis th. b fct wonotny .!i? W. A. LOS?, Ih' Prince of Hod-mv.i ij : r l-.-n, Sfc i Hro.vi ail into all co b peiiii :, sril drelaics ll .1! ! wil- Is yr.i mi ttu Ian ber urease. 1 ami uiuirafaea c:v-5a (. r mvi.t iv i c e. mi'. ij i .! 1 want Wargaiu. lb ii pr p-:-.t -r -,.ft M .u, I I ev fie 'P.... Tn (1:r. 1:1 n-lrt.fi S i'l M'.ll .it :i' i .'.' Il l ';': i n iS'.oiS 4. I w Pa u a I'-icii'ic rcr- OMAR'S iPSRfW i I.UUWM t ' I Jl '-"' " ; t 1 s I,' ! , si ;.rj ! ,.,. r" v IV'W Vtl ft Am I iLV-. 11'. &ZLi& lp P'HIOZ, 5-S CENTS. vi SUCH Al -rZb"fnl QPI.s'- j,,.l.-a, I xnotny. I n.fn.e i:iiul:.il It..,, . Beetle 1- ao F-cterr. M t-j t tzT'T", TT ATTfl 77 ose In ooae of acclJ.nt ae pIa and Josa of wim. Bmp a Cottle Alway. In mo Biana ! t - C te So v3 St.' '2 Sis Tn-licit orrieiH r enr reliablo t;rrv Stock. Gno.l Ef.lary and iin.n-t, or ( 'iiiuiiesion. lrisft- ent empb'vrrit gtiarantecd. Ad dresB at Mfr. staling ape, ENSTRIJATXOIT or .cnTiii riicixrinss. : I,iS.u-iKi.n Kkci T )t: t .... .i..ia:ita, o '2IZTiix'.ZFJl': '. ti t' o.ui.i-' rX' l-r J. SIcLA:::. rrirvrr. Uvi-R 'r 1.'. 't -r -vi.Ii-. !, 'i:t.o. writ- . ! 1 .'.--n-.;:;-:r.t.r.-. ' r 'f ih i -L E r" if T 1 P O o-, s.r:t ?'v: ri. i-'J I- LOCH OUTS Coiiipar. ttSs writS our pcr ia. 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