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VI l'i il ? 6 H P. M Cleveland's Kenomina tioii KM! Election An Assured Certainty. i.itvn! ?tstee i ;!u state cletions last Ti:esday, It ws a glorious vie l.-y. for Democracy, and also an ovei whelming endorsement of Cleveland's ad mi nibt ration, Nt.v Y rk state gave a Democrat ic pi nudity of more than 25.000, j Col, Fied Gmri, ecn of Gen U!yft 2S- Grant waa nnowed under mit fcloriously. Ndhinr tn a r.ame. . TLe city el l'hiladelj hia for the first time goes Democratic by 10,000. j i e lL-puLlice.n sibjorily iu the state t J'e!.fclvir:ii was laigelj cutdowu. Viri'inia hs ledeemed herself from Mai. of. e tr.d liiddltbergerism, hle will 1:htv a two-thiids DeaiO ralic nitojority in lsc-r legislature, nd v.ill elf t a Democrat to suc ceed K publican iuldk birder in the C. S, Sena I. Alisp'SKn.pi elects b . legislature largely Dcioc;ciatic,eay thret-fourtb. Senator Wathall will succeed hi fcfclt. AH of ti e Ilopublican states, ex cept Ohio, tave mall lie publican mrjorilies, greatly redmed. An hoiiffct administration, and a square figiit lor revenue reform gave us these y rand achievements. Tilaine is a dead cock m the pit. Democracy wins, the Union is safe- New Yoik will go Demi cratic ltxt year by a larjie nifljority. Cleveland will be re-elected. The cople triumph. The Bulletin has the latest and spi eiewt newf Cant you help to increase itscirculatk n. The j K.hibition mii( ndment to the l.t-t il utioii oi Oregon "ms defeated lat-t Tuesday by about 7,000- This is the third time it l as icccived a 'Muck eye since Aug. lfct ot this year, The Ftate prohibibition ennven i'.oil is in session at Nashville. There are .er 700 delegates present. The n.cctinc is very nthufeiastic Some 'whispers ot a prol ibition party. The resolution ot ihe Hardeman County AVhtelers ou public educa tion has keen copied into a larje number of daily and weekly papers Tim Is a compliment to our WhceN ers. Jenny Bind, the Nightingale of tha nineteenth century, died last week, blieeai -ttie wr.a oyer, and her fame is contemporaneous with her sDJ";in. All who knew her lament her demise. President. Cleveland has set apart the 2.rlh clay ot this month as a day of thanksgiving and prayer to be oLseivedbya.il the people. God h;ia been er n tuifui u this na tion the past year lor which all cd IZtns shooid rttuni thanks. ST Over three-eighths of tha Words uted iu the English language are denved iroiii iheEatiu, one i'uurth from this French, one tenth j irom tlie Saxon and about the same from the Greek. The balauce are from the oiigii.al E: glish, now theVVeich except what oiul it origin in slang. The exwcutiun ot tha seven con. ciemued anarchists will teach for 'eigners that it is a dangerous at" t. uql to come to this libei ty. rib bed union and undertake to over throw our institutions with bomb and set up a form of government to suit themselves. 17ext jear will witness one oi the In ttts! political battles ever fo ight in this country. It is high t nie the iMliticiaiiS were up and doing Mn "uui-t be picked, con ventions packed, primaries captur e, and the wtioie po.ilical machine well grt-ased. It is vtiily u amusing exercise I to note how blyly and cut ly .-ome wen can dish out taily to uthti. Il is evident that laany oi these flit terers bene ve ihat a large j r cent, of other i ev !c arc ruiiHiniumte looln. Judging from the bold way iu which they iouch thcin up. The Tn Staic iu-Uual society, whcl; embraces much ot ihe worth and wisdom ol the nicukai lrateriniy in "i en iirs sec, .r.ai.s.ns ami Musis bipp ttiul :dsj tuu Amenc-.ta llttaltu A-scciu i "on aic m sr.-eion hI Mem. u6 ttii.n wf k. These onveiitivJiis i.u ct ni:ijUfctly ai,d ne mde U cf the n.i'ft It tincu ;.iG exptiienced el the nudical l'iurnity. Their public oisiuiBlons mi.'i th. eliiaema tii.n o! tLi'r wiitii -n La- eloite an m. me .isc vii rk . r improving t!i sanitary ctn ii.mi oiJtlu- couiitry. 'J Ley aie iiit-.ug tlu- j op'e hw to ,hun ciMtte i no i utei c ' health. mm ,,.m'i.uu A countv democratic execu tive comnultee ouht to consist of as many n. embers as Ibero are civil districts; and tSe member for each civil district on? Jit to le elected by tbe district delegates "hen convene ed in c unity convention, and not ap, pointed by tbe chair nan of the coun ty co, eiiiion its heretofore. TnoAucient Anses. Two of the most wonderful and aired asses now livinsr are beins dis- j cussed by the pres.". Thej wsr i both used during the late war, one by tne confederates, the other 'by Ibf. federals- Ex-minister Jack son is the confederate an, nod Gen. Tuttle, the vankeei "Our Bob'' was in Oiim 'att week nal in speeches in the '.Merest of the Democratic State th-kt-t IPs Rwe'ilinj eloquence and nih-iare jokes d(.ul.t!&3 tickled many an adveife ear, and ei. tinned imifj' a irientily bosom, But Our Jiob" sadlT failed to curry the Hate lor the gioiK US Den ocrcy A block of granite twenty-five ieet long ar.d five feet thick and wiJe, is heii g cut in Vtim ntfor a California bank vault. It will take thirty span of horses t draw it only lour miles to the railroad This will be a fat almost equal tothe"ob tHininu cf U2e for the Egyptian pViau.ida ia tha days of the .Phara ohs. A Lcisg lelt Want. "The ir an who invented those metal-toed shoos was the best triend the BCfioo'boy ever had," commented old Brown. "No, he wasn't sail," replied little Johnny, nho had been whipped that day. "The school boy won't have a fiienI until some one invents a pa-r of metal-seated trousers." Jude. The Scnatoraliip- It is believed that the Hon J as. 1 Porter will be a candidate for the Unitei' States senate to succeed Senator Harris. Air. Porter is a verv liberal uernocrat. and the iact is he is most to liberal to suit tne Bulletin. "We want a fire proof, bu rglar prnof democrat One that ca n submit toa caucus test. This is the sort of man we want to see succeed the honorable Isham. is j a La rice Majority. "This ia all sosudden, Mr. Samp son,'' she said, with maidenly re serve, "and so unexpected, that al though I confess I a ni nt entirely indiflereDt to you, I hardly know what to say iu reply to " "If you are in favor of the proposition,'' sug gested Mr. Sampson, who, like Dick Swieller, is a perpetual grand master, "you will please signify your assent by saying 'Aye' " "Aye" came softly. "Contiary?" "No!" thundered the old man, opening the door. ''The nes have it by a large majf rity," said Mr. ireachiu hasti ly lor his hat. New York bun. A Coll. Stale Superintendent of Public Instruction, Frank M. Sudth, has issued a call, convening the county superintendents of the slate in con vention at Nashville, Dec. the CUh. The objects of the convention will be to discuss and adopt methods for improving the public school system to bring about uniformity and con cert of work, to compel the furnish ing of statistical information, etc. This is a step onward that has never been taken bv any other superin teiideut. The iact is, he is giving more good profitable service to the state lhau any superintendent be fore him. Duck huntmir out of season has been eariied on to a great extent in Chesapeake Bay. They have been cauirnt with a patent net which is used by the summer and fall fisher men iu catchine large rock perch and other fish. These nets are let out or anchored below the surface of the water, and it was discovered that early in the full ducks that f d on t lie Shallow parts f the flats would becon.r entangled in rtiese nets and be easily captured. lhis was not considered a violation of the law, as no cuu- were usn, and as high as 100 ducks have b.en bagged in a single i ight ami tdiipjed away, la beled as hah. The practice is to be stopped. PCLIIICALCLiaUES AND P.IN3S A great deal is said every elec tion year about political cliques and rii'trs. And it is right and proper I hai something should bo said about them. If a ring should be organiz ed by political office seekers lor the purpose of manipulating conventions and piimaries in ordr to put them selves into office, the people ought to slaughter them at oLce. This is doro sortetimes. I he conventions are captured ly having henchmen in the varous civil districts to bring in tho light crowd. Uy haying a ut ard dried chairman, secretaty, commit tees, mm urn-maker and motion- st cauder.-; the primaries are scooped ty having picked and hired tools to run thm, c unt the ballots, and make the returns. Kings of this kind aie not lc.r the people, but for self. But we often make a mistake. AV e sometime-s mistake party organiza tion for an llice teeking ring. lr ties should be thoroughly organized and eepuipped. To be; wd organized maus that the partj oranizaiiau must foe wed olhcered. Theke offi cers ought to bo choeen by the peo ple in conveutien assembled and they ought to I e men who will work A mi tne border and the moio they woiu, the greater is their service lor tbe i et'j lr, ihtse men ought not to be biylea a ring. lhe-y are in one tuhe a ring, but they are one ol the peop.e's creation. i her area uccesbtl) , anil without such anew ol Wl keis, a paity Wuuld be Uvn tn in a lew o.rs. disuwcavii Uvlncu liifw are some ithce sctkeiV itn i.nci a putij ring. - y THE ARTESIA2T WELL Th board of AIdrmn could not do a better att ior the town than t submit a proposition to vote a tax for the purpose of paying for an artesian well. It is our opinion that when tbe citizens of Bolivar se the importance and need of this vll jthey will cheerfully yete a tax. Every town f Bolivai's size neds a larye water supply. In casa of fire a hose could be attached, and tbe hvdrsuhc force would send the wa ter leaning to the tops et our hi-h-j est buildings. iStajl hoae could be attached for the purpaso of sprink ling the t-lreets, washing o:1 build ings and vehicle. The water could convened to almost any portion of town fioni court square, Thus euabli:)r he paoplo to water freely their flowers itnd gardens, and fur nish a pure supply ior their stock. Again, our triends from the country would have the pure cooling stream to quench their thirtt and that of their stock alter long and hot ride or drives. Again as aa attraction and addition to the town. These few and many other reasons ought to move individuals, the town, and the county court to come to the help of this enterprise. Tiioee Who Toil. Thera are few people in this world who do not toil in one way or another for their daily bread: Even the millionaires aro burdened with a toil that is no easier to mind or body than the man wh daily labors with brawny hands. But only content ment, in a degree at least, can sweten toil. And it is hard for con tentment te exist where, in spite of toil, the wolf is ever hovering near the door. There are thousands of of such cases in the world, and the pity of it is they increase with the year. When health is good and work is plentiful the honest toiler finds a degree of content in being able by his laber ta feed ana clothe his ffife and little ones, or those nr horn he holds the " dearest. But when sickneas comes or work is dull his life 'i burdened with a fear of the ghastly visitor and he Iooks with bitterness on these who with less of honest merit luxuriate in ease and wealth, lie feels that things are unevenly balanced, and it really does seeia that way. as the pessimist contends, though the optimist denies it. there is something in the hon est daily toiler that commands the respect and ad miration oi every man whose respect is worth anything. When we sea a cheap little dude with natty dress sneering at the daily laborer in rouj;h garb we feel as if we should like to hit him be. twean tha eyes with a decayed egg. Obion Democrat, LITTLETON T5ACK CISCO. A.T The Circular Forgery. The Bulletin published Mr. Cisco's reply to tha charga of forgery, made against him by Mr. Littleton. Now as a matter of newspaper courtesy we publish the substantial part of Mr. Littleton's reply to thai letter. Another reason we print these racy let ters is because considerable feeling has been aroused in this county on account of the circulars having been sent throughout tbii county on the eve of the prohibition election. The following i Littleton: ''But he Cisco made a virtual con fession ot his guilt a3 charged, and in that we are interested io the ex tent of exonerating the Republican committee from blame for the base criminality of that most coward heaned prostitute, blackmailer, felon and scouudrel, J. G. Cisco, editoi of the Jackson Blade. Here is the confession of the impudent rascal: "I came in possession of these papeis a few days before the election and put them where I thought they would do the most good, as I had a ri-nt to do. I did send them to oiteroiit persons, and 1 will now nk t!.e blustering blaefcguard what lie is guin to do about it." Indeed lie did come 4 m posses sion'' ol the circulars and he did so by conceiving the forgery ot them in his own rascally brain and per petrating it with his own thieving hands. It is a well established principle i. law that a man who negotiates a forjed paper is held guilty of forgery until he proves here he obtained it and establishes hi innocence of complicity in the crime. The1 "uttering" or passing uf a forged paper, with knowledge of its having been iorged. makes the man who utters or forges it equally guilty in law with the crimi nal who commits the fogery. J, G. Cisco ha confessed possession and utterance of a forgery, and he does not dieloa.e where he got it or by whom it wa forged. Certain it is ihat he uttered tbe lorgery with a guilty knowledge oi it. On that point he is convicted by his awn confession. That he committed tha iergery with his own thieing hands there is scarcely room lor doubt. We therefore denounce J. G- Cisco, editor oi" the Jackson Blade, as a mean and contemptible forger and a mendacious coward who attempt to conceal the body of his crime by becoming a violent and ma uiiaut liSI'. But ha asks with chatactenstic impudence "what are you going to do about u?" Why, we can do nothing oi course, except to expose HIS viiaiiiT aim vJ vui hari l'wartl protectint tae innocent public, tl an territory, have state organizi tiiu?, irom the criminality ol this uout, ia Wisconsin, 1 iaho territory low and lcioua scamp, anj cuc t,r two other st xles. STATE NEWS. Culled Here ad Thera With. Comraent3. A McKenzie man expects to re alize 250 bushels of sweet potatoes lroia three-fourths ot aa acre. J. C. John-tou, of Memphis, has donsted 15000 toward the erection of a Y. M. C A. building in that city. Jackson had five marriges in one week. It appears that Jackpon has fully determined to increase her population and has adopted the' 8wi,teet and surest plan, Gen. Atkins wi'd be th e succes sor of Isham G. Harris in the Uni ted States senate if he wants to be. He is beyond question one of the ablest and grandest men in Tennes ese. Humboldt Messenger. Eight prisoners in the jail at Cleve land, Tenn., attempted to escape last Wednesday, but were prevents ed by Sheriff Parks, who fired into the ci owd after one of the number had knocked him down with a piece of plank. John Jackson, colored, was shot, the bullet entering his side and making a painful wound. A Knoxville (Tenn.) dispatch ays: "News comes from Big Poor Valley, in Hawkins county, of a horrible occurrence there recently. Mrs. Win Alvis had step ped out to the spring after a bucket of water. Returning, she found her ten-year old daughter in a large fiieplace fast burning to a crisp. The awful sight so crazed the mother that she sprang into tha fire after her daughter. In so doing the wo maa'e clothing catvght tire, and she was fatally injured. The political pot in Knoxville is beginning to bod Democrats and repu blicars alike are looking for ward to the great national contest netctyear, and making local arrange ments to do their best in this secti on of the state Most of the present municipal officers are democrats, although the city is largely repub lican on a strict pjarty vote 1 he republicans have about deter mined to run a straight ticket at the Janu ary election, and the prohibitionists are thinking seriously about doing the same thing. It is generally un derstood that Congressman i.'ouk will be a candidate for re-eUwtion next year. He is having sorae op. position incouuties outside of Knox by republicans who claim their sec tions should be occasionally repre sented in congress. "Ihe crop in Maaison county this year," says the Blade, "will not fall far below an ayeraga. Few farmers will have to buy corn, and and many will have lots to sell. Cotton while not good as in '86, is almost, if not quite equal to an av erage. We see no reason why bus-, iness will not be as good this ycai as it was last. The fall has been favorable for gathering crops, and the farmers have made good use of the fair, dry weather. The great er part of the cotton ciop has been gathered, and the farmers are busy sowing wheat, and for which the late warm rains have fitted the earth. Most people in the country are out of debt, and have a small surplus. Every body is hopettil, cheeriul and h.ppy, as well they may foe when enough has been raised to supply tha home demand aud a little to spare. John K. Alexander, a respeeta ble anal well-to-do larmer living in the western portion of Hickman county, in what is called the Black -well settlement, on Duck river, yes terday morning about 9 o'clock hot and seriously wounded Jack son Black well aud his son with a Winchester repeating rifle, and then killed himself in his pea field. All were neighbors. Jackson Blackwell reaeived lour shots and his sou five, and both will die. After shooting the Blackwells, Alexander told a neighbor named Saunders what he had done, and said t hen that he was going to kill himseli, which he did. Alexander was buried to-day. Blackwell was a well-to-do far mer, a good citizen ami an eider in the Christian Church. All were neighbors, but ill-feeling had exist ed lor some time, B.aekwcll wa hauling corn out ot his field and had to pass Alexander's corn cri', , iu which Alexander had secreted him-, self, and iroui which he shot the Blackwells. He also killed a rauie of Blackwell1 at the time when shooting at the Blackwells. From an exchange we learn that there are 1,500,000 Methodist in the country and they have succeeded in raising $1,000,000 tor mission during the year. Still Ahead- The number ot -livoracs par one thj'H acd marriag is in Lonioa four, Bsrliii tn, Munich fifteen, Vienna twenty-three, Pari twentj-five while, Boston it is seven, tv-tkree, and in San Prancisce it is two hundrd and twenty-three, while Chicago Utatathem all togetkfr. A gentleman hunting for land in Dakota cam e across a b'.arded-up government shanty, with half a dozen boards across, the door, upon which were the following touching inscription: ''Four miles from a nayber. Sixty miles from a pest ofiis. Twenty-five miles irom a rale road. A hundred and atety miles irom Umber. 250 feet irom water. God bless our homi. Wa have gaue east to spend the winter w ith my wife's folks." Thi Agricultural TTheel. The Agricultural Why el was or ganized by seven tanners of Des Arc, Braine county, Ark., oa the 7th .Jay of February, 1882. Mr. McPher sen was elected president The growth of the wheel may be said to nave been phenomenal When the organisation was eue year oldus membership numbered 500. Ia 1834 it had inc. eased to 5,000. A year later, 10.000 active names were ou Ihe books. In 1886 the order numbrtd 50,000, and in 18S7 the national secretary says, the riieni bersbip urJJEbers net less than oOO. 000. Seven stales Ai kansas, Ala bama, TtiUit83 Missouri, Texas, U t'UtllCKV. ll.iliai IMH auci tne iilv the 1 GENERAL SEWS. A Boston msn haa fuceeded in photo graphing a Uth of lightrinp. It is the only successful attempt of the kind ou rec ord. Twiis Had a good timo this suminei? Warley No. deuced bard luck. Twiss How's tht? Warley Oh, I got engaged to a girl worth SbO.OOO, dropped her for one worth $100,000, and gave her the go by to marry a widow worth $200,000, which turned out to be all in confederate bonds, oay, iena me a five? Chcrlestown Enterprise. Heavy forest fires have been rag ging in several sections of Illinois this week. The people have been out iu full forcd fighting the flames; but still they they rage. A dim cloud of smoke fills the sky. Much valuable timdtr, fencing, and farm. ed buildings have been reduced to ashes, One of the few remaining colored peo ple who were hora in slavery in the State ot New York was Nancy MandeTille, who died a few days ao aged ninety years. She waa born a slave under the rouf ef Harmon Van Vechten, the owner of her jarnt9, in Cambridge, Washington coun ty N. T., in 1797, and has remained in the falsify ever xince. For the pat six twn yearn she resided wiih Mr. amul Van Vchten, a grandson of her criinal owner, Girls Euicei. There is a Ten at Hurley, Wis., ruu for the purpose of making pros titutes of young girls. This den sends out salaried agents who go to into the couutry, and tell young, in nocsnt.and unsuspecting girls that they will give them a paying posi tion in a restaurant. The girls ac cept the apparent good offer; then they are carried to Hnrley, put into rooms, locked up, and held as pris oners to satisfy the Diulal lust of auy denn n that cal .' At liari isburg, IV, the widow of liabbi Wulf Weinstein is having ciifHculty in tha probating of her husband's will Mrs. Ju.ia Jacobs, an li-g.d daughter, is the contes tant. Airs. Jacobt says her lather. Kev. Wolf Weinstein, deserted her mother and twn daughters (of whom she is one) in Caliiornia thirteen years ago, and that he afterward lived in Kew Haven, Conn., Mont, goinery, Ala., and Charlotte, N, C, The value of the estate is $20,000. Mr. Jacobs alleges tnat the widow was not her lathee's legui wile. Counterfeiters Sagged- BeAdihg, Pa., Nov. 9. At mid night last night detectives lodged in jail ht-re Wihiam Frit, Edward House and Adam Miller, three v. ed known police charactars, charged wiih passing counterfeit mouev, notes and coin. The officers inive. obtained a lull confession, giving description ot the pUs e w here toe inonxy was made and implicating a dozen persons. According to Ule confession eastern Pennsylvania has been Hooded with bogus, money. Further arrests are expected to follow. 1 Married Only in. Ham i)r. Mary Putnam Jacobe, of New York has one of the Jarires! protess'ional incomes in .New Yoik, said to oe over $40,000. Her hus i also a physician in large practice. Though living under the same n.of, the husband and. wife pursue pracl ically independent lived. ISexual science teaches that likes are re pulsive, and it is quite likely that this is a proof case. Hoth are strong ly masculine, both . glory in the science ot medicine, and both arc morbidly fond of ereed. The .Bulletin prefers a little more af fection and not quite so much fame and filthy iucre A man at Fort McDowell, ArizDS, recently pi ekd up a hollow Stone 8 j inches in diameter. On break ing it he found a frog's sktleton . Shortly afterward he found noma birds carrring mud to a cliff and deposition in lwlen that they had in the side of the elifl'. lie went to the top of the cliff aod climb ed down to the holes, expecting to find the ntt of the peculiar bird but, instead, ho found a globukw stone containing a dc cajed Iizr4. He found thousand of in jects entombed alive iu the banks bj these bird. Why tl.ey put the annual ia tie Walls a mvterr, for after the nmd drien il i .o hard that it requires consid erable force to break thuni. Ihe Philadelphia Press of Friday prints Ihe' following: A peculiar accident occure l to a passenger train M m lay night at Milford. 'Ihe tire on one ot the driving wheels burst, and 'one piece battered faeveral sections f a lence: Another piece whizzed past the fire man' head, entered the baggage car passed through it and thj s.noking car, flew through th first passes ger coach, and left the tr.tin at the rar end of the second coach With out do:n any injury to passengers or crow. Tiie train was running about forty ini'es a'l hour at the tiiu, and ike flying piece? of tire had the velo ity a cannon ball. Il Mounded likcr a hl, a le un as il tlew throtifrn th. ojiciiea. The damage to.tii car- w alxxit 30'. A horrible cnnia w oimniitM in Mayk'ehl, Ky., last Sunday, by one, Ur A.J. Aiexxiier. Aier. ander wa an . le -lric specialist, aa I had acquired cotisideraule repu tation a a soeuialht io colonic casrs. li.8 Mauve Hail of Jad. de Crockett c unity, Tui., had gone t hi iu Ior treatmatit or s oiw feni i Jie.ts.'. II-s t i t her t come to his oilice o 25 .unlay in tru ing for exam nation. Mie went as diree'ed. He made iuiprojier ad vances, anl even went s fur as t) coiujel her to lie down upon u bed. bhe stri'ggld and tre?d herself from his tudrace a'nl secured a pis-oi ly iuj on a table, but he wieuched this Irom her an 1 th:-ri siu fa.;. tel. While she was unconscious he ac-eonipii-die l the otitroge upon her, jatisfyin hit brutal le;if e to ths fuiiest extent. After lm re!r-;ed her she went to a boaniiii hoiite and tried to j. re-cure a pistol with which to soooi Alexander, but her landlady persuaded her from the purpose and told her to end for rims msmbtif of b.r family. Hii j telegraphed to her brother-iu-1 a w in Tennessee. II t w.-nt, an 1 th-e scouudre 1 wa arrested an 1 jail - i CONGER'S SAW & -.PLANING MILLS. Saw Mill Located at BOLIVAR, ami man in y 21111 at JACKSOIT. Manufacturer of Eough & Dressed Lumber, Doors, Bash, Siding, Flooring, Ceiling, Laths, Shinlges, Paling, Brackets, nvLOTXiLiDiiisrG-, irc'jro- Oldest and lives t lumber firm in Madison or Hardeman Counties. liet Prices befcre purchasing Elsewhere. Orders from a distance solicited. A IX COIfir,IUNICATIONS MUST BE ADDRESSED TO S. II; CONGE II Proprietor, McELREE'S WIHS OF CAR2UI. This wonderful new remedy is for gale by lh following merchants in Hardeman County: 11. V. Hudson, and Savage & Em erson, Bolivar; llanc. ck & Hutton Grand Junction; Se'ott et May. Hick ory Valley; Ed wards & Albright, Cedar Chipel; J. D- Kassr efe Co., Middle! on; Tipler & Kennev, Pine Top. W.E. Nether, Pocahonlas; V. J. Cox. Saulsbury; J. YV. Nuckolls Toon; Dr. J. S. I,-bei (son, White ville. The Physicians hava Found ou That a contaminating and foreign ele ment in the l-tood, developed b) indiges tion, in th en use of rheumatism. This sett lea upon tha sensitive sub-cuta;ieou coveting of the muscle and li.aaiente of the joints, causing constant and shifting liawi, and areatin as a calcareous, chalky deposit which produces titiflneM and distortion of the joints. No fact which experience has demonstrated in legard to IloRtetter's Stomach Titters has stronger evidenca to support than thin, namely, that this medicine of comprehensive ues checkn the formidable ar.d atrocioiiH dis eae. Nor ia it les iofitively estahli.slicd hat it in preferable to the i oiflons ofte used to crreut it, since the medicine con tains only salutary ingredients. It is also a i;nal remedy lor malarial fevers, con stipation, dyspepsia, kidney and bladder ailments, debility and other dixorders. See that you get the genuine. N ON-KESIDENT NOTICE. In the Coanty Couct of Hardeman C, Tea nessce. Arti inda Stewait, ct .il. v. J. C, liir mingham and wife, et al. Petition to fell land for d tvision. No. 12'J8 K. D. n this it appearinz f'om the Petition which is sworn io tuui Lite defendants Henry firweii. x.iis. J m,' tiay, J. ' '. Iiir uiinhaiu a.d ite li7.;i li.rnuiigharii a.iU .ioshu.i Ffits j;i I v i i ill. ri.. Kelts ire i!on-rei. cuts nr. j h..t i. name.-, number anO rtsidenoe i t t- hvis -it iaw i f Iiuii Eaicail 2.-c'd ti-e heirs ;u law of A'aniUol Kalian dcM, Lhe luirn sit law of A! pd F.:tg?n dee'd, til n irs at law ef Ails- v Lloodsworth dec d, the heirs at law oi Annie Ames d-cM ri n'A unknown and cannot be aneertnined -upon diligent in quiry. It is ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks in tiie llu'ivar Uul:etin a, newspaper published at 1 di var, Tennessee, requiring saiil defendants to enter their appearance herein by or within tiie first three day of the December ter.n 1887 of tbe Conn y deirt of jiarde. m.-in Connty, Trnness&Oj to b held -at IJdivar, Tennessee, on M mJiy th; 5tli day of December, 1387 and pie. id answer or demurto the petition in this c .use or the name will be taken for confeen.! as to them and set for hearing ex parte. This the 1st day of Naysmber ISf 7. W. W. FARLKY..C. oc M. Vrd& MN1 Sj! eitori for .''etifoner NON-KESIDENT NOTICE. In the Circuit Court of Hardeman Co Ten ntissee. William M. Deck, vs. Abner Moore, Wellington Moore and oth!r u-iknown heirs of Hugh Moore, dee'd. Two judg ments of condemnation of land. Whereas William M. i-cic did on the 7th day of March, 1874. recover two jfid-ments against II ugh Moore before C. H. Andeison, J. P. of Hardei ian Co. Tennessee, upon which execution wert issued, and levied by It. I'. Wilkinson a constable of Hardeman County on real estate ef lliuh Moore insaid county, and said executions and levies, with all the paper were returned to the circuit court of Raid county, and said land was at the March term, 187U thereof condemned and ordered to be Hold io satisfy said judg ments, and afterwards writs of venditioni xponua Wire issued on sail judgment the said land was rut sold and a aid judgments are still unpaid, and it appearing to said Ci.ciit Court at the 25optembar term, 1887 thereof, that Iliih Moore has since died, intestate. It ii therefore ordered that Ahnr and Wellington Moore non-residents, an J any other unknown heir at law of ii ih Moore dee'd, be required to appear before said.Circ.uit Court, at the court houe in Boliynr, on Tuesday after th 1st Monday in January 1888, and show cause if any they have why said laud levied on, should nst be subjected to the satisfaction of said jadrrtems of NT. M. B.ck and said judg ments b reyired. It is further ordered ihat this order be pnbliahed in the Uolp rr bulletin for four snccesuy3 weeks This 1 8th dv of Octsbsr 18?7. T.M.NF. 2BOM, Clerk. enderfal Umrta NT. D. flyt i .V i.lj.ila and Kctuil Iru;gist of Korne Ga., says- NVe hare bwi-n sdlins Dr. King's New die)T ury, Kleetrie Bittors and Hucklen's Arnica Ssiyps for two years. Have never hauciled reniedie that sell us well, or jive su) universal satisfaciioa. There hare been wmie wonderful curvi tfir-cted ty tnt medicines in this eity. 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