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Ihe Bulletin.; BOLIVAR, TEIOI. T. A- H. HcDAHXEL Eiitcr. Publishei Every Friday S1-C0 Per Year- . ,,.,, ,', It will really bo ISSd before we realize the Rood of a larger school fund. AH of the muscles of man are paid to need rest. When doijs the heart got rest? The Bulletin is opposed to Gov. Taylor, because he is treacherous to his parly and treacherous to In friends. Tho Jackson Whig in a Lite issue makes a few thrusts at Conress man Enloe. Dont fret, Mr. Whig. Just keep your breeches on. Enloe is there, and he is going back agaiu. Stick a pin down on that. Congressmen Phelan and Enloe are rising men in the present con gress. They are already made more reputation than any other Tennessee members. The Forked Deer Biade mad a mistake when it nominated Hon. J. D. C, Atkins for governor. Atkins is a trained and skilled National legislator, and ought to go to the United Slates Senate, TVe are inlormed that the increase of the school tax by the county court was the sequence of a demand on the part of tho Wheelers for bet ter public schools. It verily appears that our farmers are determined to build up themselves. The people oueht te sea that tho primaries are conducted in a fair and linDartial manner this vear. The larmers, the solid men of the eoun try, ought to turn out in full force and eee that the men of their choice are put in high places Let ihe people run the primaries, not pro. fessional politicians, district bum pers, and, hired political tools. Several of tha irood citizens of Hardeman have requested the Bul letin to nominate Hon. Joe. A. Manson for governor, And by the way the taiaa suggestion has been us by prominent citizens inm&do to other sections of the state. No better man for the place can be found in our borders. Our eeunty court has for several years overlooked and neglected an important eluty; They have failed to make appropriations to pay fo fuel and lights in the county cilices The other counties of the state, pay these expenses, and it is right Theollicera are serving tho county in a public capacitv. aucl it is as 3. much the duty of tho county to fur nish them fuel as to furnish them a house, It is just as proper aiul right for the county to furnish theru coal aud lights for their private red nlencesas it is for them to furnish the county. Think of this, gentle " men. ; Aa l.-sue. tit- It is currently reported that an issue is to be made in this county ttiis year on the question of higher school tax. ItH proposed to run candidates fir Justice id the Teace wlm fnvor a hiirher tax than we " - c now have. It is believed that the laboring people and poor people are almost solidly iu favor of bet ter public schools, and an eflort will bo made to ascertain their leeN iocs. Ihe Wheelers arc committee t better schools aud better educa tion, and it is likely that they wil inaugurate this movement. THE rKlMAKILS. The Bulletin liuds that there is general demand on the part of the people and tho candidates Kr the Democratic primaries to be hel about tho first t April. Tha farm era favor this period for the reason that excitement, hindrauco, and los of time Incident to a campaign wil come upon them before they become engrossed with their crops. The noonle claim that if the eanyass was ade during the months .Tnmiaxv. February aud March they would have more time to as certain the fitness of candidates, to -rV fcir their friends, and glean the views of candidates on public nuestious. The candidates could T-.al- awnoiutuients to meet tho people at which each aspirant in a peech could lay his claims before the reonle. Aud the larmers iarth er claim that they would bo free from that annoyance and hindrance tn which tbev aro subjected by th l.v j - visitations of an army of ollice-seek era while they are up to their ears m field work. The oandidates claim that the first of April would suit them better, because they can make their canvass during the three first months cf the year, while tke peopl are at leisure and will listen to their various and studied reasons as to why they slioehl Wave the olhee. Then, all the defeated boys could fall back to the farm and engage in work that yields au honest living. But if they are to be kept in the light until Ju ly they "will mis both the otlice and The Bulletin merely stales what has been said in its hoaring. We will reserve our opmiwu until wo ke&r from the executive committee. 0;;r excuauua arc u..-i;niiiij say whom they prefer for the next governor. A large majority of them are for ''Oar Bob" again- . The newspapers arc generally a pretty safe index to public opinion, and theso announcements strongly indi cate that Bob's chances lor re-nomination are good. The Bulletin has declared for Hm. Ja?;e Nor meut, but ii Jlr. Nor men t will not be in the race, then we are willing to take Bob- But va honestly be lieve that his mistakes at tho boia ninof his present administration will rise up against him in the race and perhaps seriously injure his chances for re-election. And not only this, but it may iessan the en. ergy of the party to that degree as to seriously impair our chances for victory. We fell conCdent that the Harris democracy entertain a bitter ui-dike for Gov. Taylor, and will not exert themselves to secure his re-election. They believe our governor to be in Senator Harris' way, A hard-hit fight is going to be made, and the talc will soon be told. l)i:.UOCKATS AT Vi Xll. The democrats of Lou'siaiia ars plit into two factions, one 'support ing (iav. MeEuery for re-nomina- tiou, the other supporting Mr. .Nich ols. The fueling between the ad herents of the respective gentlemen has reached white boat Fights oc cur constantly, and bloodshed is common, eight jroed men have al ready sacrificed their lives, and a argo number have been wounded, and the trouble is not yet ended, in fact it seems only to have begun, as it grows more alarming dailv. The JS'ichol's taction is mak ing a fight for reform in the admin istration ef tne government- it appears that under the McEnerj administration, the Louisiana State Lottery better name, Bobbery has flourished; and other species of swindling and robbery has been on the increase. The financial affairs ef the state have bean handled eosely, and for the pecuniary in terest of individuals who are the pets of McThiery. Tho Bulletin is for the Nichols party for the reason that it is oppos ed to the Louisiana Lettery swindle, if for no ether reasoL. That ma chine of legalised robbery is making gamblers of men, women and chiN lreu all oyer this country. It is demoralizing in tendency, aud very demoralizing. Away with it. Cw:s"33I333AN rUZLAls'S rT -PI a; The Bulletin fails to see the ne cessityofa proposed amendment to .the Federal Constitution for the purpose ot granting National aid to education, under the Constitution as it now U, Congress certainly has the power to vote aid to the common schools. The best lawyers aud judges in th Union admit this Former acts of Congress whicl were approved by tie Executive and 'auctioned by the courts how clear. ly that congress Ins the constitu tioa&l right to appropriate money in this way. Witn this light before us, we can't see why Mr. I'helan theuld attempt to make Federal aid a constitutional obligation. The most enthusiastic advocates of Fed era! aid fcave only asked that it should be given :s a temporary re lief. The South is groaning under the burdens of illiteracy, and her statesmen have approved the prop. osmon as a timely and temporary help. If the states need such a eislunce. it oiiht only Jo be given tor a short time just lung enou: .1 r io remove tne- curse ot ignorance which now prevails among the tit izens of the South. The Bulletin is unalterably oppos ed to interfering with the Constitu tion. Let it stand pare and intact. It is the only safeguard of our gov eminent, our liberties, and our homes. T1I3 II3TP.ICT IIUST CD. j ne Aemocracy oi Hardeman county adoptee primaries in order to get lid of the poiitU-jil bummers tit i -i anu nencniaeu sucKcr m tne various civil districts. It has been impos sible almost ior a man to be nomi- ated for aa efSee, or to be elected to one without it costing bun al most as much to et in as the olliee paid after getting in. There were always a lot ef local politicians, ward workers, district bummer and drummers who had to be set up to a nice little sum or they were 'agiuv you, While od citizens staid at home, these cusscrs and hitlers went to conventions audjto the polls te run them. These num bers have continued to swell until candidates have tired of being sucked and robbed by them. The people grew tired of their domination, and rsolved to take the matter of choes iug eanuiuates iuio their own hands. The yeomanry of this country, the brave and honest eons of the soil, will control mat ters hereafter. Those who lollow the plow aud . leap the fields will nominate the men who are to 411 our county oiiiees. Tcey must ex. ere;se the jrcatett caution in kelect iag. None but pure ami intelligent men should be cheseu. True and tried democrats arc the men tor the places. IdEiS'i? TO 'i'lIE CONSTITUTION Or TEE UNITED STATES! Constitutional Power to Grant Nation al Aid to Public Education. Mr. Phlelau of the Tenth Congres sional District ol Tennessee on yes. terday iutroduced he following re solution in the Lower ib use of Congress: A joint resolution proposing an ameudftient to the Constitution of the United States. Be it resolved, by the Senate aud House of Representatives of the United states of America in Congress Assembled, two-thirds of both ifoucts concurring, that the follow ing article be proposed to the Legis latures of the several States as au amendment to tho Constitution of the Uaited States, whictj, when ratified by three-fourths of said Legislatures, shall be valid as part of the Consti Union, namely: AKTICXE XVI. Section 1. Congress shall have power to grant aid to the public school systems of the several Slates of the Union. Section. 2. The aid so granted shall not exceed $10,000,000 au. nually, to be distributed pro rata among the States on the basis of illiteraey. Section 3. The appropriations so made shall be paid to the person or persons, designated by an act of the Legislature of each State, which act shall specify that the aid so re ceived shall be expended for publio school purposes alone. Section 4. Congress shall not supervise the expenditure of the appropriations herein provided for, but it raay require a report from the S.ate oiflcor, or officers, disbursing the same; aud if it shall appear from the said report that the aid so grant ed, or any part of it has not been expended for public school purposes, then it may be wiikheld trow subse quent appropriations an amount equal to that not so expended. Section 5. Congress thall have power to enforce this article by ap propriate legislation. The I'helan amendment has been very carefully drawn- The ilepub. licans cannot refuse to vote tor it without crossing their record, as it contains the substance of tna Blair bill. It will be voted tor by the Blair bill Democrats, as a matter of cturte, and will give the anti-B!air bill Democrats a chance to get in a position where they can save them selves Kith their constiiuonts who favor national aid to education, with out sacrificing anj' of their constitu tional scruples. It will probably harmonize the Dem iciatic party, and give the Democrats an adroit refuge in the discussion which will enitte during the Presidential election. The pro poser of the amendment, Mr. I'helan, has been congratulated by somo of the anti-Blair bill Democrats who think his resolution will tide them over a rough place. The new assessment law enacted by the last legislature was intended to promote the ends of just dealiu with citizens in the matter of taxa tion. It was especially designed to equalize assessments so as to make a great amount of personal proper ty, which has heretofore escaped taxation, bear its proper share of the burden. This subject is a good ene for elaborate discussion, but at present we will simply append the questions on the new assessment blanks, which taxpayers will bp re quired to answer under oath. They are as follows: 1. How manv acres of land do you own? 2. How many town lets do you own, o. IJo you own in whole, or m part, any mills, gins, manufactories, distileries, breweries, foundries, or other buildings used for a similar puipose? 4. Of what did your personal property consist on January 10th? f; Are you engaged in banking business, or are you a shareholder or ooncihoiucr, or engage-i in, or the fliee ot, any incorporated bank or other corporation, and if so stale the number of shares and bonds held by you, and other shareholders and bondholders in said business, and your actual stock in the same? G, What notes, due bills, negoti able paper and accounts on solvent pereons, or those yui believe to be solvent, and all other assst?, includ ing cash on hand or on deposit, or invested in any manner ic this state cr elsewhere did you own on January 10th? 7. What bonds, stocks and other securities other than such as are ex empt lrom taxation by the laws of the United States do you own? 8. What stallions, mares, geld ings, jacks, jennets, mule, and oth er stock do you own? . What watches, plate, jewelry pianos and furniture do you own? SO. What carnages, etc, aad other wheeled vehicles? 11. What mschiiiery, presses, luoms, steamboats, ferryboats, and tools and implements of all pursuits and industry !r gain or profit? 12. "W fcat otber property wheth. e- belonging to individuals, corpora tions or firms, did you own, ih whole or in part? 13 Have you conveyed, convert ed or disposed of any property, real personal or mixed, in any manner or created any debt for the purpose of evading the provisions of law, or affecting the value and amount of your taxable estate? 14. What is the amount of your stock of merchandise, wares, goods and chattels oa hand, er in stors for sale, tiade or tiafnc. 15. What merchandise, wares, goods and. chattels sold at auction or oa commission withia the lasi year or during the tiwe you did business (it less than a year)? 1G, What is the aggregate amount of such sales lor the period engaged in business, not exceeding twelve months? The two ether questions relate to the iaconoe from United States and ther bonds not taxed ad valorem, and property, money, credits and other effects. Csnntv Truitsa's Eeport to County Superintendent- Account of school moneys in the County of Hardeman, and State of Tennessee, received and expended during the scholastic jearcommenc ing Sept. 30, 1SS6, and ending Sept. 30, 1837, from the hooka ef the County Trustee. Chapter 25, Section 41, Acts of Thirty-eighth General Assembly: That all school money coaaiag into the hands of tee State Treasurer er County Trustee shall be kept sopa rate and apart from any State and County funds ih their hands. Sectiou 43: That the Trustee ehall keep separate accounts of the gtate funds and County funds, shewing whence and oa what aceouat the moneys were severally delivered and by what order, on what account and to whom they were distributed; and as soon as said moneys are re ceived, he shall report the same to the Directors of eack scheol district. Chapter 129, Section 1, last clause, Forty-first General Assembly: Aad it shall be the duty of the Trustee to make to the County Superintendent, on or before the 15, day of September of each year, a full and correct report of the amount of money received by him tor school purposes, and the disbursement of the same. RECEIPTS. Balance on hand September 30, 18SG, $1,307.18. From State, $3,014.10. Froai county, $11,542.10. Keceived from ail other sources J313.ll. .' Total amount received $16,830.49 BXrESDITUKES. I'aid salaries of teachers $12, 046.04. Paid lor sites, building and repairs 5298.82. i'aid lor furniture, fixtuics, Libra ries aad apparatus $154.01, Paid district clerks and treasur ers S154.28. Paid County Superintendent's alary $300. Paid for all other expenses $774.88. Amount expended $13,731.03. Balance on hand Sept, 15, 18S7 $3,105.40. Total amount $16,830.49. The above is that part of the County Superintendent's finantid roport to the county court which he failed to make at its last term. The statistics had been furnitlud by the trustee, but by some oversight misplaced. This detailed report shows that 8300 was paid for Super intendent's salary. One hundred dollars ot it was back salary for the year that Prol. Minter came in, Tennessee News. Memphis Scimitar: The Scimi tar; b ids the ward hummer a retrretful farewell. It will be long bsfore we get a good a subject again. Ro-rersvilifc Herald: .Tennessee's two inosback senators Harris and Bate voted against the considera tion of th; Blair bill. They are both genuine democrats, and always vote the party ticket. Tallahoma Guardian: We rejoice to noto the lac that no wme was tendered totrsests at the New Year receptions in Nashville. This is new departure and iD the right di- recti jn. Lawrence Democrat: Old Jim, the faithful eld while horse belong ir;g to Thos. Dunn, died last week at the rine age ef 36. He went through the scenes of the war, and carried U. S. en his shoulder. He was faithful, and if there is a horse heaven old Jim is nipping grass inside its beautiful waters. Clifton Times- A committee of twenty-five Men appointed by the fcrausvilie Biara ef Trade, will be up on the Nisbit to-day to get up petitions for the river mail, and present the same to Congress. The intention is to get a semi-weekly mail from Padueah to Florence. Interest iu theiiver mail is increas ing, aud if the people will work together it is certain that the line will e restored. Trsyalfmk!! Jk -J f- p . wort Absolutely Pure. Tennessee Farmer: The Hols- tein Friesian, breed, of cattle, as an all-purpose cow, is attracting great notice all over the couutrv. Sixteen hundred pounds for cows anel twe thousand muds for bulls, liye weight, is not unasual. The milk yield of a eow at flush has reaches! over ninety pounds daily and over 2,000 pounds for the year. Tennessee kas taken a meat promi nent position in the number and value of Holstein-Fne8ian eattle. Lexington Progress: A large, vicious sow caused considera ble consternation and some damage last Monday. She attacked Mr Henry Foster, threw him down and toie oft one thumb mail, be sides krising him in 6ther places be fore she was beaten "off. .Later in tke day she attacked another man, but was prevented from hurling him. luesday at noon the savage brute made a rush lor W. V, Barry, at C. K. Scott's side gate. Tke newspaper man, however, lowered the best running retord, divd to the bottom ef a mud-hole and made good his escape. Tipton Record: Elijak Taylor, a negro, was killed by two other negroes at a festival given by Dan Bomerville en Mr. Geo. Calhoun's place in No. 8. It seems that Tay lor was a stranger in the neighbor hood, aud had heard of Jim Sher rill's fighting qualities. Some oce called Sherriil's name, and Taylor asked if he was tke fiehtiug nigger. At that remark Taylor aud Sherrill quarrel ed, when Sherrill struck him in the face with a stick and knocked him over oa the bed. He was jumped on by Charlie Flowers and stabbed several times. Taylor died Wednesday night. Crockett County Sentinel: Last Wednesday the residence of Mr. Wm. A.rchibald, about three miles north of town, was totally destroyed by fire, and two of his children weie burned m the house. Mr. Archibald was away from home; his wife left the children in the house and went to the lot to pick some geese, and while thus engaged, upon looking' towards the house, she discovered the flames bursting out at the door. 2'he whole interi or of the house was in fknics, and nothing coald be dont to extinguish tke fire or rescue tie children. Truly, this was a very s&d affair, and the farailv have the sympathy ot the entire commuaitv. Rogersville Herald: Mr. John Rogers, one of the men who were recently shot at a party given at the residence of David Painter, near Galbraith Springs, by Joe Lee, call ed in Thursday and favored us with the particulars of the aflair. He says tkat there was no persou drinking except Lee, and that he (Lee came in the house and began to misbe. have and use indecent language be fore the ladies, when their boat, Mr. Painter, opened the door ami was about to put him out. . At this stage of the proceedings Mr. Leo Mayse went u to Lee and tried to get him to go out peaceably, when Lee drew his pistol aad "began to shoot. Mayse received a painful wound in the side aud Mr. Rogers a slight wound in the arm. Lee made his escape and has not yet been ar. rested. . . Parish Post: A citizen of the Mouth of Sand v Riction informs us that sinee, the fall fires ; tho I'-,, ptssee River bottoms a number ot deer have put in their appearance .. tj-tlurd among the bills in tho Twen District, and tha sportsmen m that section are having fio Christinas J tun, deer hunting Oa Monday Iatj soma inhuman wretch without pro vocation slabbed tho horse ot Mr. Jonn Claxton, which was hitched to a rack neas Palmer. Kirbv A Co', blacksmith shop. Two very severy cuts were, inflicted upon the animal, and the woundi were bleeding very profusely when discovered. Several mules hitcheu at the same racic were cut loose. The wore on the artesian well progresses alowly. A dtpthof 520 feet has been reached, and since Saturday the workmen have been engaged in fiskinc out some of the tool lodged iu the well. Laborers dujginij a cut for a rail road neai Canterbury, England, uji cevored a circular well, built, of flints Local antiquaries say that it is th opening to soma subterranean pas sage used by tke ancient Roman when they camped in the neighbor hood. The workntea had previously found humaa ramauis near ine tame pct. CONGEE'8 hk$ m MILLS.. Saw Mill Located at JiOLIVAli, and Plan in Mill at J A CIZSOX. Manufacturer of Bough & Dressed Lumber, Doors, ash, Siding, Flooring, "Ceiling, Laths, Sliinlges, Paling, Brackets, 2yHOTjri,3DIiTC3-7 IK'JTO. Oldest and livest lumber firm in Madison or Hardeman Counties. -ot Prices befoie purchasing Elsewhere. Orders from n distance solicited. COMMUNICATIONS A Lady's Perfect Companion. Painless Chiklretli, a now hook hy Dr John H. Dye, one of Hew York's iuos skillful physicians, shows that pain is no necessary in Childbirth, but results from causes easily understood and overcome. It clearly prove that any wemian may b com a mother without Bufl'tring any pain whatever. It al-o tells how to prevent and overcome morning sickness, swelled limbs, and all other evils attending prog nancy. It is reliable and Irighly endors ed by physicians everywhere :is the wife's true companion. Cut this out; it will save you great pain, and possibly your lirrs- Send two-cent stamp for descrip tive circulars, testimonials, aud coufidi n- tially sent in kea'.ed envelope- Address Frank Thomas & Co., Publishers. Balti more, Maryland. Head tha Death. Loll- Which tke bil"i of mortality oi any large city n ay be fitly designated, :wd ) ou will find that renal and vesical mala dies, that is to say, those that ef-'ect the kidneys or bladder have a remarkable prominence we had almost Raid pre ponderance. r right's disease and dia betes in the chronic itageare rarely cured and gravel, catarrh of the bladder and en uresis, slay many. Yet at the outset,, when the trouble merely amounts to inac tivity of the organs involved, the danger may be nullified by that pleasant rena toBic and diuretic, Ilosteiter's Stomach Bitters, which imparts the requisite amount of tone to the organs, without over-exciting them, and the uue of which is convenient, and involves no elaborate preparation. Dyspepsia, a usual con comitant of renal complaints, and do bility, which they invariably produce, are remedied by it. So also are constipa tion, malarial, rheumatism and nervo uh ailmsnts. JVotr is the Time to use Hodges' Sarsaparilla with Iodide of Petash, the great purifier for the bloody A certain cure t'or rheumatism, scrofuloii affections, and all diseases peculiar tofe' males. Kenovates and invigorates the syntem. Phywciana recommend it. Take no ot!.r. Kanguni Rwot Medicine Co., manufacturers, Nashville, Tpnu, $1.00 per bottle. Sold by all druggiil. Attention, K. It. JL, For sprains bruises rheumatism, cram p inflaination, swelling, cuts, Tmrns, etc. j man, and uplint, ringbone, windfall epizootic, scratches etc., in herses, Kan gum ttuol Liniment is a snre cure. The "King of Liniaianta" is the universal ver dict. Never fil locure any ailment that mn l.e reached by an external Medical application. 50 oent i-er bottl For sala bv all drtif giflrt. Braco Up You are feeliug depressed, your appetite is p. or, you arc bothered with Headache, you are fldetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts and want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, gpring medicines, or bitters, which have for their basis very, cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave .you in worst condition than before- What you want is an alterative that wil purify yonr blood, -Urt healthy action ot Liiver ;)U'i Kidneys, re store your vitaWy, and give renew eel health and strength, buch medicine vou will fin 1 in Eclectri a Bitters. n 1 onlv 50 cents a bottlc at Sara- - Etuers. D:r- Store Uc'EUZlZa TINE 0FCARDUI. This wondcif..' fiale by the followi i, I'fdy is lor r.diiints in llardeman tyounty: 13. V. Hudson, and Savage & Em erson, liol'ivar; Ilancock & Ilatton Grand Junction; Scolt ik May, Hick ory Valley; Edwards & Albright, Cedar Chapel; J. D. Sasser fc Co., Middletot.; Tipier &, Kenney, I'ine Top. W. E. Nether, Pocahontas; W. J. Cox. Saulsbury; J. XA'. Nuckolls Toon.-; Dr. J. S. Robeitson, White viile . The Physicians havs Fcund out J':it a contaminating and foreign ele ment in the hlood, developed hj iniliiii-K-turn, L tlie cause of rheumatism. Thin stittlen upon the nei)nitive nub-cutaneous covcii'ig of the muaclea and ligament. of tlie joint, cauKinx conHtant and shifting jain, and aggregating aa a calcareous, chalky depoait which produces tiffneH and distortion of the joints. No fact which errience has demonntrated in legnrd to HoHtetter's Stoiiiach ittera hnn stronger evidence to support than thin, namely, that this medicine of comprehensive uses . checks tnu iormiunuie ana airocioiiB uis- . . w "Itl l . 1 4 1 1 . c i.t : fi nal It I yrv le ra ui i.- iu uit) injiwiiiif uiir ued to arrext it, since the medicine con- tain only salutary ingredients. I a nignal remedy lor malarial feve It is alHO crs, con- stipation, dyspei.-ia, kidny and Madder ailments, debility and other diwmW.Soe th Va 2et tlie eennine. 'X I. IV. CJ. Don't ifl'er any longer, hut ue Tan ner's lidaJJii'le Neuralgia Cure, the only infallible ;ure on earth for all forms of neuralgia and nervous headache. Kan- gum Koot Medicine ik. Manufacturers, Nashville, lenn. ov cents por box. old by all druggist. n: . l. o. D "n'l waste time anil inon y 0 a.eedli-ss torture with the k Kthiopian Pile Ointment will stain, relief and certain cur ascof blind, bleeding, .itching, rul t-xicriial pikn. Uanjfnra li)0 n- (., Manmfacturers, Naxhvillii Backlen's A a ca Slve. Tlie l--t xiiTe id tlie world lor Cu' Ilrtdses. Sores, Ulcers. Salt Kbeum, Fevc ores, Tetter, Cliaped Hands, Chilblains ri anJ all f kin Eruptions, ana posi iveiv enres Piles, or no iay reiuiied- It ii guaranteed to give perfert satisfaction r itooey refunile.l. 1'rice 2- cents per jc. For sale bySaTU.'e tinersrjn. i - K E E I ynzinmn cci c rune i ,, .i A fa-rrtt yrrcrtrin of mm of MX (now rvtiron ior wjc nn m r4is tflmMiiiTtgy mm. 1 -mf'r itrni rl 1 1 IQ MUST BE ADDRESSED TO S. II CONGER Proprietor, I nl. PIT EM M1LLE1L Proprietor. Dealer in HOUGH & DHE8SED LUMBER SHINGLES, LATHS, ETC. Is ciit o ii short notice. Direct all communications vtO PITSER T. McCadden W. 1'. Durs.vant, JUL G0RCERS AND 366, 368 JTront Street ,M9mphlD, Tonn Mr. J, MASK will give hi Rpaolal) attention ta al CO ff onni' TV? Cl t . D. V. FLY. F. B. IIEIUIOX. SAM 1IODHON FL.Y, HERROiS1 & IIOBSON, Wholesale Grocers and otton Factors and Com mission Merchants, 322 and 324 FRONT ST- UOLIVAlt, CAPITA 1 , BOARD Of- .V T. McNISAL, W.A. 311318 01018, G T INQKAM V. 9111X1018; 1. 10. 1 IT 18 18 10rri. W. C t6ltIO N SA1MUI0L 1C.V1IIN. A.. W. 3XiIfIOVT. ProHidont Depository of the State . Deposit xcharge bought and sold, and Collections promptly made. Notes discounted Money to loan on rersonable tenm. FOR 0N10RH I1SEIN THEPUBLIo SHOOLS OP ii jlz i ii: 3 a . a. iv o o xj ts r r . At a meeting oTthe County Teachers held in Hickory Valley, March 5, 1SS7, th c lolhnviii;? . books were adopted -for Hardeman Comity. SWINTON'S KEADlN (i PRIMER, FIRST HEADER, SECOND " . TIIIItL) FOURTH " FIFTH SAINfON'S WORD I 'RIMER, ROOK OF HPEELINO, S WIN TON'S PRIMA ItY U. S. IIRSTOKV, CJONDEN SEl) U. S. 1 1 ISTORV. SWINTON'S OUTLINE WORLD SPEKCERIAN COPY ROOKS, Tlie above books are bcin; generally adept od throughout TcjniCwe.,Tliey are (he freshest, most complete, and lovofp riccd seri s published. 'i?iiiJ For fSnlo Savage Sz ZEmeroon, J". roTxrltt, O. "77". O-surrott, .ndorcon z, 23ra,df orcl, Mercer Sz jVEcOlatlrr, JP. "VsT". Terry,, Anv one who desires to examine supplies lor introduction and exchange, can make satinfactory arrangemnets by addressing, jjx:M:oTjE3:-3r ivEoioisr3":sr, i (;ravici' Sro, Now Orlc'U'S - General Aent for the Southern Stal Physician AX I) O ) 1 H' Kill Salisbury, Is prenurul to fro at li.-i a-c o the ICYE, and furnit-h ai.d r.djup GLASS KSir tho.se t-at need I fat- Try hi. n. S.ituf.iett.ri ijaira nice Titeir Business Hoc rainy. Probably no one thing hits canned such a general revival of linle at Savage & KinttrsonV Drug Store' as their giving away to their custo mers of so many free trial bottle ot Dr. King'a Xew Discovery for Con sumption. Their trade is fsimiI, enormous in thi? very valublo arti cle from the fact fhat it always cures and never disappoints. CoughB Colda, Asthma, Ilronc-hitie, Croup, and all throat and lung disc-anes quickly cured. You can tent it I fore buying by getting a trial !t tie free, large Kize 81. live u t warns nled enderful fares W. 1. Hyt i'r. Wtud.viil,. aud IU tail iJriiKfc'ist of Pome ia., savs- Wt have lieen m-ilins Ur. Kin" s vvr Oiscov ery, Klcctric llitttrs ami Jiut kit u' Arnit a Salves for two years. Have tuvir iiaiiUicl r-id eii us tuat k:il as t,t, or tfive sik'U universal satii-factiosi. TJu-m iuore been norue wondei lul cmvs t ih ct bv thes iu nljtine in tlu itr. .severs caes of vr ct.GuriCi-d Cot un. :ii 11 liav bi enlir fcly curnl Ly u.e ol a ivvi tm lie f Dr. King's Tew Discovery, taken tncunecliou wuu t.io;irio i.iiier. 4 o giiarautee theui always. I ivji.il ii MILLER, Bolivar, Tenn. Ahirtin Kellcv, J. E. Mask EN & CO. -A (NOBS, COTTON MEMPHIS, TENH rr I G IV IV Iu S M I xc . DIRECTOIW. AV.C.DOKION.Cawhier received subject to sicht check ,ln troil m-tory "until IfflTe i t lie. 12 CtB 18 cts. S5 eta. . oO cts. C5 c!s. 00 eta. 15 ct. 18 CtH. 4H cin. 00 eta. 81.44 . 10 cts. 05 cts 10 cte 20 ctsr :i0 cts.5 35 cts. o0 cU. 05 est. 10 ctft 25 cte 50 cts. 85 cte "3 33cllra.r 33 oll-vcxr inicLca-letorx Grand j-arx ctlorx 3Pc ' 'ontao Tcono Toono 3auVLlat"u.r3r these books, or any merchant desireing : it;i ir," ftr Forty yftr rinr in tha Irniftr'AMon of Tttftm liifirj Una Hundrml United hit aikI rriTMign wmn. Tr tint nolililirs ol t!i brlmtilln Anutric&a continue to ftflt as froiiciUir f... n.t.nU ASVMtit. t T wi-tll fk OOIy- riuhiH t.. tptli l;mtl hUif .".. kiift t ubtaia tan!j In f:nivl. b ug!nil, lrino. fconuduy, n J all oilier countri. Tli;irimrt mnc is uueiiualej aud lUoir lt.,liHo in uuur- lirlwlnrs and pcif1nt!iTi prit,r'1 inl filsdi Id ttis Vulval Offi, oq s'lort nuirn. Tenn ry ntvimblii. Jy'o chrKO f .f ttT stiMionel luodois or drawmifs. Advieo ht mu lre. I'Minl(.l.lRjni"t tnrioirh M nin r)fl.arsno,lcs4 IftU.e M IKM IKIC A M Kit iCA W.whloh hu t(ii larKnit ciron!ati"ii sii1 Om raol inuueotml iiwip.ir of lis kind pulihrt 4 ta thn world. Tbe alvntas of tuuil m ouUX OTary paVouM BC'itrst&tida. Tin lrK n4 T IcnilMly Ilia 'tro t4 nminjiw In pnldixhixl V I 'KKI.V 4 f e r, and M adiuittofl l b Urn Ixiit ii;r jttrtd to wiiooo. mclianica, invnl.jon, niBinnrililt work, and other dnrtinena of inu.itp al jrofr. pub Imtivd ia any wmntrjf. it cmMiina the narna of ail pateut4Mia artd tiliA of vory I nvantiun iat.AntA.t r.h wi-k. Try it fru( luuuUl fur u Uuliar. Bold lr ail nf'Wii!r. ... If ..,11 I hv n Inrentinn t- nafint wrttA t W'll.n A 0., t;'ilh-ii-T ol fcvlDUldiM AiU9IM4l liaudOvua aluul taUuUl (Ballad bt, Sick Headpj:hol BY USrsCJ 133 GESTOIB rT Sf a ijk OJ mm t,$m. V hxiV JL-iiS trlhLb PRICE, 25 CENTS. wrai'M-r from a lox t tho genuine Da. C3. McIjANCS Crt.KKBirr.i lvni Pills, with your nd lrt. plainly writ ten, und wo will -nd yu, by r'lturn BKvil.a mn$,TiHlccit 4.inir.wilJa aod OltxigrapLic Card. CSSZSSwTil ' FLEMING BROS: PITTi ouscm, pa- "5113 OAGRICULTU ii AL A'ter laCOIman'l Rural Worlfl. pa'.linnwt ntlf at II.1" 'r. .It M a vm y iai i- ni.L.1 i"'1"". rilumo pa par deruloj tu A t riruitm I!.th. urturo, KiirKliiun. tije Ilor, Cattlf, Mintu, fwino. l"inHrf tho Ailnry, tho Ormurn aid tha lKt!i. In la. 110 Hurk.it IS'-por ar" c rrvixl to tn mt" t nilatt 1 v. -t r u rrw. It la iti ! UtO 1 r'a wJa aublla3i1. httHif-ift i--wtx. A.l H f "X. i i v5 HhmmshmmmmJ III It '