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ILLINOIS CENTRAL TltfE CARD. 10IX(S SOUTH. Passenger No. 1 7 37, si m. I'anff ng'r No. 3 4 21 p. iu. J.otftl Daily Kxoept Sunday 0 05 a.m UOINO NOUTTI. Pawicncpr iS'e. 23 V5 a. m. Passenger No. 49 52 a. in. Local, Daily Except Sunday 3 45 a, m Churches and SecretOriers. KKK-HTS Or HONOR Meets first and tbir Friday uigbu iu eacli month. J. A. WILSON, Die-tutor. A. J. 8 INttl.UAl), Reporter. KNKiHTSAND LAMES OK HOSOB.-Mceta Rociintl and fourth KriiUy niglits in tacli ihoiUq A. J. or) IaEU1UAL, hecrotmy. UIXK NO. 27 OF . O. O. F. Meets second ml fourth Monday nights in earli month. c. m. weixons, n. a. T. A. UfcbOU,b-c,y. PREfcB YTKRIAN CHURCH.-Ke.S. K. Uo, rstor, Vertices eTtrjr Sunday uiuruiug and itfbt. Fraysr meeting Thursday Dig lit. METHODIST CHURCH .-Bev. B. A. Hayes, ranter. Hertioes STory .HiindaT morning and night. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. B. McNiel, Pastnr. ferrlcec first Sunday lunrning and night of each mouth. Announcement. Tito Bulletin u authorized to announce B. B. miAMCH, of Urand Junction, a candidate for the office of Sheiili of Harde man county, subject to the action of the lieo-ile al the Democratic primaries. The Bulletiu is authorized to anuouuee D, C. Saul as a candi date for the oflice of Suenil of Har deman county; Subject lo the ac tion of voters at the Democratic primaries. I will sell JLadies1 Cloaks, Worsted Dress Goods, Mens' Cassemere Clothing at less than wheelers prices. D.E. DUKKETT. Tke Weelers of ilarJero ta will hate an interesting meeting here on the 19th inst. All the delegates should Represent and aa luaiiy wko are not delegates as can posibly attend- Attorney General Cockroft is tak ing a stand i the front raak as a prosecuting lawjer. The hiterests of the state In this Judicial Circuit are certainly sale in Ins charge. I will sell Ladies' Cloaks, Worst ed Dress Goods, Mens' Cassemere Clothing at less, than wheelers prices. D E. Duurett. A typographical error last weak made the sheriffs ex-ofikio salary $500 instead of $200 as it should hare appeared. Court adjourned last Wednesday. Fleeing witnesses and refugees from justice can uow return to their holes. I will sell Ladies' Cloaks, Worst, e l Dri a Goods, Mens' Cassemere Clothing at lew than wheeleis' prices. D.E. DURRKTT. The case ot the State vs James JR. Mullim, charged with arson, was the big case of the court. The time censumed iu the trial was two and erne-half days. There waa virtually nothiue ia the suit, aud it en. ailed a heavy cost on the county. The law yers en both sides made excellent speeches. The old board of city fathers wi' re-elected last Saturday. W. II' Reynolds and John A. Raker led the ticket several rotes. At the recent meeting of the stok holders ot the Rank of R ilivar A! T. McNeal was re-elected presN dent, and W. C. Dorion cashier. The prosperity of the Rank was very gratifying to tke stockholders, ami they look forward to an incroase of business. On a proposition ot the Bulletin manager, tho jury trying the arsm case held an election to ascertain its ugliest member and its prettiest. Esq. Riley Jones, of district 8, was unauinieus'y elettud iily man :tnd John Kenny, ot Bolivar, unaai - rati mouslr cuosen aa pretty man. me Bulletin contexts llio election tunl calls ipeo tUO courts to reverse the result TV have noticed for several year that whenever a community ha a first class teacher the people are al ways pleased and the teacher is mid up promptly. Whenever you he;tr a te.tchet conaplainiug that he or she caut collect their tuition bills, yen may just set it down that he or she is a considerable failure, 2'here is something wroiiif with the teach i. The people are not satisfied. They donli'eel they are getting value re ceived. Every good teacher is paid up promptly. Fred C. Heely wko has been salesman in the family grocery ef G. T. I agrees JiCo, for the past two years has engaged to represent the wholesale cigar and tobacco house of S. L. Lee, Memphis, lean. He will be?in traveliug February, the 1st next- We congratulate Fred on his success as a buines man. DIED Orr.El'MO.XIA Landy Valou at the residence of Dr, Geo- II Dorm in district on Sunday ni-ht last. Mr, Wat son was well known m this county, uavinzbeena prominent and useful citizen here for many years. His friends and relatives deeply regret their loss. REST AU RAKT. Mrs. Eiizi lvvcll is rnimui a iiat class Restaurant on West side of Court Square, one door South of Ingram's. Call in and you will be pleased. Proceedings of Circuit Court CoDttnued: State vs Ned Brown, c vuahcieus shooting. Verdict not guilt. State vs Jesae Lee, col. O btaining property by false pretense?. Dismiss e l on defndant paying cost. State vs J. R. .Mullins. Arson. Acquitted. State vs Henry Joyner, col. Car rying pistol Verdict nt-t guilty. State vs James Fisk. Larceny and receiving stolen property. Verdict guilty, and given one year in peneN tentiary. State vs Joe Malone. House breaking and 'arceny. Defendant plead guilty. Verdict imprisonment in county jail u til 8 e'clsck, Jan. 8tn, 1888. State vs Frank Jonei. Carrying pistol. Submitted, and was fiued fifty dollar and cost. State vs Frjtuk Jones. Assault and battery. Dismissed on defendant paying cost. State vs Ben Wiight, cl. Car rying pistol. Submitted, and fined fifty dollars and cost. State vs Bon Wright. Carrying p.stol. Indictment quashed and cost assessed against eouuty and state. The case of the Stato against Joe Malone as above created consid erable interest auiung the occupants of the court room. Joe is a boy about 14 years of ago. a go d look -ing yeuth, and poKsesses a sprightly mind. He broke into a house in tne western portion of the county, and stele a handkerchief and seme other little articles. He has lain in jail six weeks. He made a speech to the judge and jury, and besought them to be as merciful to him as possible, promising to lead an upright and honest hie hereafter. A Sensible Cow. Kome time last spring Mr. A. J. Swiuebroad, our inevitable and eternal sewing machine agent sold a sewing machine to a lady three miles Southwest t " Bolivar. The lady was to pay for the iachine in the fall. Bui ebnut the first of Decem ber, she and the rest of hei Mis held a business council and decided to move to Mississippi. They discuss ed the sewing machine debt and concluded to leave an old cow and her calf on the place lerMr, Swiue broad to go aad get as pay. Ac cordingly when they had pulled up stakes, they informed the old cow she was to be left behind as the prop erty of one A.J. Swiuebroad, a sewing machine agent in the town of Bolivar. They also told a neighbor to inform Mr. Swinebro&d of the facts. The neighbor soon came to town and communicated to ilr. Swiuebroad the mosme. And, u the next morning, the sewing nia. chine man started his son out to drive in the settlement ot the debt. The boy started, but to his Surprise and horror he met the cow and ealt coming along the street direct ta Mr. Swinebroad's house. The faat is this sensible cow, after hearing from her former owners what disposition had been made of her, had decided that she had tarried long enough waiting for swiuebroad to c mie and she laid down the fenc and atarto 1 for her new home Mr. Swiuebroad says she is the most intelligent cow he ever saw, an 1 states that she can understacd any eonyersati on held in her preseeoee. Insolvent Notice. Having this day suggested to the county court ef Hardeman C. the insolvency of tile estate of Hugh Harkins Sr. det:l, notice is hereby iven to all p rsttiiw huhi'mir claims aain.t ha id Ute to fi sattte duly authenticated with the clerk of said court within the tune inscribed by law, and these indebted to s.tid estate ar hereby nntitiod loconio forward' ami fettle. This 4t Ii J.-.n. 1888. AUSTIN MILLER. Removed Mr. J. n.Joliiinn lias moved hi lir-r slock of Sloves, linware, Pre.l ware, H.-llow ware, and llardwaie to the Macon house on South site court sou are. one door east of Austin's old stand. AH of ins friends and customers arc invited to call on him i.i his new quarters Insolvent Notice Having this day suggested to the county court of Hardeman couuty the insolvency of the estate of Geo. W. Richardson deceased, notiee is hvireby given to ad persons holding claims against said estate to file same duly authenticated with the clerk ot said court within the time pre scribed by law; and those indebted to said estate are hereby notified to come forward and settled. This 4 Janukry, 1S88. J. M, JACKSON, Adm'r. A Loudon actress has in her pes sesion manuscript beanug "on the Bacon Skakespeaie controversy, which she proposes to publish; 5ks is said to be a decendant of the philosopher, and is saving her Ba con manuscript until the tin ar- ivts when publication will do the Sbwnol'N-Ii not this the 5th time I have half -soled tnaee boour CttMomrrYrmi Since I have lined WOLFF'S ACMB BLACKIN a my boot wear longer than before and are alwayi bright and clean. WolffsACMEBIacking Is the Blacking for Men, Women and CliUdren. The RICHEST BLACK POLISH. Making Leather Waterproof and Durabit. Ab Brush. A Shine Lasts a Week. Can be vxushed with water, same at OUeltik. The Finest Dressing for Harness. Sold by Shoe Stores, Grocer. Druggieta, and retailer generally. VYCIFF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia. Marriage aad Children. BiU Arp. rieasing the children is the big- gest part of life, and is what most every family man is living for, though he don't realize it, and would hardly acknowledge it if he did. It is the power behind the throne, the incentive that stimu lates every parent to be a p and do i igr. Theii daily presence, their dependence, their helplessness, en larges his love and broadens hi. charity. lie has more respect for himself for he feels that the love of children is a nobler thing than the leve ot money or power or fame. Mankind mast have something' to love, and s-j they will love money or fame if they have no children. A rich man without children ought to adopt some just for his own sake. The paternal relation is the natural relation, and no man or woman is happy outside of it not as happy they might have been. Our young men ought to marry marry wheth er they can afloid to or not. It is the law of Gad aud of nature. Mar ry when the first pure love of weman comes over you. Don't get alarm ed at her silks and satins, for she is just wearing them to attract you and will sober down to business when you marry. There will soon be ethers to live for and work for, and the finery must ge if you can't af ford it. I alvy ays tremble for these travelers whom I meet everywhere on the rail these nice young men of good families who are doing the commercial business of the country. They don't stay long enough in a place to fall m Jovt.and by and by the whole south land will he full of confirmed bachelors who will soon get old and seedy and wear out and die without mourners and only enough fiiends to bury them. They will die and leave no sign. Let the young man marry and if he dees have to travel he will get home now and then and there will always be a light iu the window for him. . The faithful do, will bark a good wel come at his coming, and the wife and the children be so happy, ever s happy. Pope Leo refuses to receive pres ents from tke King or Quean of Italy. The Interslale Commerce act seem to have incited railroad buil ding toward Canad.4. Ice cream in the form of alphaes tied blocks, such as the children play with, is the latest. The Tomkinsville, Ky. criminals were sentenced to thirty -one years each in the penitentiary. The lost violinist Rmenyl, is re ported to have cia to life again. The shipwreck in which he win iot had th customary sole ;urvior. It is said th.it Alaska will become a great mining country within a few years, a id wil: furuish canned sal mon enotig i t upp!y all creation, There are 100,000,000 English speaking people, GO, 000. 000 who spuak iiermt;i, 67,000,000 who speak Russian "and 43.00J.000 who se.-tk Fre nch. Co'.is mnne in cups at a Chicago, luncheon w-ts a nove:tv to one of the la ly guests, who called the wai ter and politely reqnested "throe lumps of sugar, please," One thousand nine hundred ana fifty six cases of shoes, the largest shipment in one day, were sent from Haverhill, Mass. last Monday evening, filling fourteen cars. By in error ot the pricier on tiie - i a t a Tkv i D il ot laie ai a leading iew lorK uolei, en 6UB.i.ty ia.ft v.s enumer a ted "boned piir puuuuiir whereas "fig" should have been the word. The Australians are the greatest letters iu the world. Twenty in lion pau nds change hands annually over horsr races. In ictoria alone there are -50 registered boot mak ers. l' e dee,et cotl mine iu Anion ; is 111 Pttsviiie, Pa The shaft is 1,570 teei deep. Fiona its hottoaa, 1 almost a thud of a mile dow.i, 200 1 .-nr. h ol iin ' four tons each, ar? A Chfcago woman, the wife of a, poiicima i, rigged up in her !lL:S, band's uuiforna, and nobody dettc ted the disguise until sbe allowed herself to be found when a row was going on. Then they knew she wasn't one ot the force. It is estimated that pin factories in New England turn out 10,800, 000,000 pins yearly, ana tkac other factories in the States bring the numbsr up to 13,000,000,000. This is equal to about one pin a day for every inhabitant of the United States. A Philadelphia lady living up town received a special delivery letter. The messenger handed her the book to sigu for it iShe took the book and instead of writing her signature 8 hr wrote: "Dear John Giad to hear from you. Come up Sunday night." Obion Democrat: Gamsllogan and Joe Vincent were arrested in District No. 16 Monday evening by officer C. G. Thomas, chatged with stealing tobacco and a set of harness Saturday night from Mr. Hickman who lives 2 miles ea-t ef the city. Vincent made a confession soon after they arrived in town, and Hogan's trial was set for Wednesday before Esquire Layne. Wednesday morn ing Vincent wko had been placed nder the charged of officer Dick Harrison man his escape aud has not been heard from since. Hogan was bound over to court and bail fixed at $2,000 which w given. The Dowerless Bride. My friend, do you know that the lady you woo To be your partner for life. Hns naug-ht but herself to bestow upon you The day she becomes your wile? Do you know there are others more fair than s tie Who liuve tewela and nlentv of cold: Who have friends in power Ik church and state, And whose hands hold wealth untold? Do you know there are hands more smooth ana wnite. Whose touch will be lust as soft As the one you have asked to be (riTen to yon And would hold in your own so of tf There are those whose charms will lend equal grace To the homes In which they reifrn. And those who will wear with not less pride The honors your bride should gain. There are many as good, but not one In the worm That is truer and better than she: And if you adhere to your choice "or her still And etui of all others are tree. Then know that her life will be (riven to you As completely, entirely and whole Af ever a man, either present or past. Was given a life to unroll. But ohl as you value the life you must live. The future so briuht that you prize. Don't carelessly now take the gem that you ask, To have it crow dim to vour eyes. To newlect, or forget, as the years roll away. That iov cannot thrive all alone. Nor to think when the heyday of youth has been Uvea That all of enjoyment is done. Ti a life that I give. Ah I think what it is. 'Tie all that I have or can have; And in its own chalice it fain would contain A world of bright pleasure and love. Not selfishly now do 1 ask you to pause; For your sake as well as for mine Let us know ere we kneel at this altar of God We may ask for the blessing divine I Williamsport Breakfast Table. Ef c&d Foremost ve. Feet ForenosL There has been some discussion to whether one lying in a sleeping ehould place his feet toward the To motive or the reverse. One man (w ing to a medical journal) who travel about 48,000 miles a year with his b to the locomotive became extrem 111 with a nervous affection, and well after he had given up the ha His doctor believes that persons w travel much by rail should "take sorts of positions." A German phy cian. Dr. Outten, says that if a person lies with his feet toward the engine the movement of the car tends to draw the blood from the brain to the feet, cere bral anaemia is produced and then sleep, tiut if he lies with his head nearer the locomotive (as is the cus tom in Germany), there is produced a cerebral hypera;mia, incompatible with sweet repose. Dr. McBride, of the Milwaukee Insane Asylum, advises ex actly the reverse. He holds that with the feet toward the engine the blood tends to the head. In the starting of a train momentum is first given to the car. uouies in me car resist ior a mo mcnt, and then acquire the same mo mentum. But on the least increase of speed they offer resistance they are not disposed to fro as fast as the car. A round marble plaeod on a board will roll back when the board is moved rapidly, and he thinks it reasonable to suppose that in a human body the blood constantly offers resistance to the motion of the train, .therefore, with the feet to the engine, the blood will seek the brain. For this reason Dr. McBride ures sleeping with th load toward tne eng-ine. A shi'.i tin).- sjo Lo:u!on pawn broker wa- art. i, abouf 1 a. m. by a vifroroi;. iioiimui: at ins sircot uoor, Hastily -.hr winj; o.i .1 dress!nggown ho ru-ilii'il to :.'.; win low and ucnianueu. "Who's there?" "1 want to know the time, camo the response irom the pavement in the familiar tones of hvouent customer. V bat do von tni-a-i tiv -alliur mo up at this timo o'nirht to nsk. such a question as that? replied the irato pawnbroker. "Well, and lo whom else should I come?" was tho rejoinder, in husky accents; "you've got my watch. NON RESIDENT NOTICE. In the Couety Court of Hardetn n Co Tennessee. MT. A Ross et al. vs. heirs, W'm Wit- son, Dtfc'd. Petition to sell land for divis ion No. 1300 R. D. In thu cause it apjearing Irom the original pet i' ion, which is sworn to, and from the same as amended that the de fendants, Ingram Wilson, Wm. M. Wil son, Charlotte Htiddleston and her hus band, Wilson Huddleston; Minerva Evans and her husband; Evans; Delilah; Deaton and her husband, Deaton Martha J. Jordan and her husband, An drew Jordan, and the unknown heirs of Anderson Wiln deceased, whose names, number and place of residence are uns known and cannot be asertained after dil uent inquiry, art all non-residents of the .State ot rennee. It is ordered that publication I made for four successive weeks in the Bolivar Bulletin, a paper published at Bolivar, Tenn requiring said non-resident defendants to enter their amearance herein, by or within the first three days of the February Term, 18SS, of Hie County tJort of Uarl-maa county. Tenneosee, to l held at iiotivar, Tenn., on Monday th fith day of February, 1SSS, and plead, answer or lie mar to the petition as amended in this cause, er the game wilt lie taken for confessed as to them and st for hearing i parte. This the 27tk dsj ! of December, 1587. W. W- FARLEY, C &. M. F. f i.rji', li cit or for etitioaer!. 'pT1 r tt 4 riTATrt X J. J. -ill JLAJlilU J.AM VJT PAPER 111 mm is now PUBLISHED at re New Subscribers WANTED IN THE NEXT 90 Days. A new Campbell Printing Press cost ing Purest. Puss It A Journal full of life and news. In trim for the coming' political fiuht. A friend to Fanners and Business Men. OiLY 11 PER YBAM. Come in and Sub sonic or send us Ono Dollar. Call and sec the It works 1000 m BoliYa CI (i Hm yji hp Brai 1161 Til J i. 00 ) U . A. T. McXEAL OOD & McXEAL, Attorneys at Law, BOLIVAR, - TENNESSEE. SiTEasl Side of Coart Square, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W BOLIVAR, TENN. Practices in all the Courts of the State FRANCIS FENTRESS, Attorney at Law, BOLIVAR, TENN. Office, Norih side Square, Corner of Main and Jackson Streets. JO. 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW Bolivar, Tenia Practices in all the Courts of the State. Prompt attention given all Lentil Business. Did What Doot ra Cmd Hot Do. "About August 1st, 1865, an eruption appeared on my arms and legs, which pained me much aud seemed to affect mv physical condition gensrally. Und er treatment of physicians the sores disap peared except on myleft leg- There it seemed to concentrate, and two-Uirds of the limb from the knee to the ankle soon became a solid running re that dis charged bloody matter continually. I was treated by many physic ians at va rious times, but obtained no permanent relief. On the advice of a physician at this place. I finalv commenced using Swift's Spocifio. I am glad to say that alter usinjj tlirea large bottle the sarea h ive all hoalod." G. N. Trizzk.i Fariiiersviile, Texas Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases mailed free. Tub Swift Sprcific Co., Drawer S, Atlanta, Gs. ..ha n Huston inimont OUJL.3I!0 Setetica, Lumbago, Eheumatism, Burnsi Scalds, Ctings, Bites, Braises, Bmnions, Scratches, Sprains. Strains, Stitches, Stiff Joints, Backache, Calls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. ContraotoS Masclee, Eruption Hoof iil, Screw " 'Worms' Swinney, Saddle Galla, Piles.' Corns, THIS GOOD OLD STAND-DY aMotaplishes for everytxKly exactly what Uclalme4 Bvlt. One oT tbe reaaona lor the great popularity o Oto Mustang Liniment la fou&llnlta kItmhI eppllcability. Everytxdyaeediocharallchi The Limbermaii needs K In cas of accident. The Housewife ceeda It for generalfamtly tiaa. Th e Cannier needs It for his teama aed Ua me The Mechanic need It arwars on tits week bench. The miner needa It In case of emergency. The Ploneenteedslt ean-t set along without ri The Farmer needs M in bl boiwe, hto atatjl nd hta stock yanL The Steamboat mas er the BeataMa eases It In tfberalauppty afloat and aehore. The Horse-fancier needa t U is Ms best friend aad sart reUfmce. The Stock-srrower needs it H will save bhe thousands of dollars and a world oi trouble. The Railroad man needs It end will need It so ssstg as his life U a rormd of accidents aad dangers. The Backwoodsman needs It. There Is noth- !sg like It as an antidote for the dangers to Ufa. Urab aad eorofort which surround the pioneer. The Ales-chant needa K about his store anoaf his employees. Acoldents will happen, and whea these oome the Most&Dg Llntment Is wanted at onoo Keep a OeHlc lathe Ileaac Tts the beat ol economy. Keep a Bottle la the Factory. Its tmmedtats ate In case of accident saves pain and loss of wsgea Keep a Bottle Always In the rjtable foe ! THI0PIAH pi UIMTHEM a 5 PPAl.VS.B RUlSESJ'JtE.UMATtSH S CREJaACAT. PAv f SPLINT. RiKGB0C t?lZO0TrC.I. EOcEMTS PtRBflTTLt. it . ofthf irt nnn. $lPr.R.BOfTLE- stck $5 KAACK. SOCTf PtR B6- 50LO EYERYYtfHR- em m r-i-i--. u v ... i C.. V. " . v,- , t D) at wr I M r- ,i . r. v 1-1 CPT?. tjrv r M 0T "e- sw Iffi"1 -WD. 0 -."-'VJ) '.r:t. '.', M.actMJKS .-.,--.. ia-i .-. . - )"-, i.itl tf.utm aaa - jl.Tf VMvlnc. . Co..i,u. i.3r. lum jWi JOUES BRO'B., Keep coiil ..11 j on iuiui a lull supply .' STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND COUTK Y I'liODTJC Which thry will sell at the Lowest Prices. Call l see them on south side Market street. ' -Mfe .. MJfla3l V; .. l ,. ,. J . .., ; ; t . , t -W3"--"'". -."..' ..-.. ;.-'" ' '. I f- 1 ' - J", . ........ " . HAS JUST RECEIVED I Cooking and Heating Stoves, Country irons, Ja nips, Coal Ui I. Well Buckets, Water Buckets, Sifters, Trays, Coffee Mills, Wash Tubs. Fire ShoveU, Tongs, Axes, Bee Smokers, Bird Cages, Barb Wire, Alowing Machine. And a Isrge stock of Good Home Made Tinware, which I will sell for a n ail profit j. ii. Johns )v. A HANDSOME SAVAOB &;,KiIEUSOi, Proprietors. olivar We have the larsrest Stable Saddle and Harness Horses, Buggies, Hacks, and other ne rent and hire out at the inos reasonable terms. Ilaulins of al kinds, far and n' r, done on quick time. Leave us your orders Sr vairo & Emerson If fill km tsaa be s nw Dry Goods, Carpets and 'G'pholstery, Our stock re now complete in every detaiiHrnibiwuiig all lines iof goods appctaiiiing to class establishment at prieeSe?" &ii"'Oiir illtisl rate.l catalogue fo- Fall an 1 Winter will b 3 ret ly in !.i" lOtli, vhuli will ba 111 ii lei trtj on ;tj,jl ic.itio 1. St 11 h sjit t - ! . 1 i . 1 i ') n a 1 nil i, mi , will r : : n v s ;.- 11 itttijliiii , B Lo wen Stein & Bros f up J f J II iaUl it xiie eooiiti session wi MONDAY, September 5, 1887. J3 )-s Cirof ally ani thorous'uly prepared to enter any Colicg: or Univorilty. Terms 1'er Scholastic Mojillt of -I Week: Prhmiry Drjifirtment 2 (J rattimar Department N lcdtu'tiotis except 011 accoatit of ptotrtu-.tcd sitkiipss. II. FUSCH, Teacher DO YOU WANT A BOND OF INDEMNITY To cover a period of twenty-five years To pay your estate at death the face of the BONO To pay in addition for every year SIX PER CENT, upon Its face should you die To pay as a death claim whatever sum you now elect, together with more than all the moneys advanced for the purchase of the BOND To pay you at the end of the term, the face of the B0MD and all ACCUMULATED SURPLUS thereon, estimated to be as much more Then Scnd Name, Age and Address to J. W. IREDELL, JR., gen'l manager, PENN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO., Cincinnati, 0. SPECIAL OR DISTRICT AGENTS WANTED. LA-CU-Pi-A iUKid Uinta of compurlnoid instituted tMtwtfn Le.-itci-r.l-tJ and other blood remedies. Drove oonclUKlTelv tiut it stands without a pwr. Wi4 claim ror u-ti-pi- mmcuau liifallibilty for an v dlswiwo frrl which It la recommended, and a failure lrJ knjr cnee Is utterly impossible, raa. Moro-j ETuXa, Syphilis, 1 n every etture.Chronto Itiiu A tmatism, Uanaine Kora, I lrs, SwU iinirs Invisible Parasites, ail angry hkln IlseasJ Abscesses caused toy IllpIuteasrt,or t;ris uid unnatural dlwlinrstw are lmmodlatelyi xmtroltad by Ia-eu-ul-av tuyi a iMjurU v c u rnl ds the inevitable retruit. st I " For seven years I was al most on mmwolj IrorrapUon. ueepanirr; oros naocni;n oowru Ito my Daca-lHMie, my imiy awi umwiwcni liovered with sores, niy Hi, homo and throat partially dotroyeil by thorn, ta veil up to out loy the tieet poyHlclnuaof Coluttibua. w'olgb-l -d bate!(?tity poumn, rtKtucei to he erave. tbouebt I wasdylna. I then took LUt-cu-Dl-a. not h 1 n a. ! : took 20 ljt tu . All I. 1 t r.. r. J !.... 1 ... . . n . 1 .1 I ny sores are lM;ala tml l am as wen ae even uu uir me, mm vttj 10. . ....... m. I m. it ci u 11 in11 t. it . i; 017 a w 125 W. Court Hk CoLtrMHCs.OfflO, Bold by all drnirirlsU and denier. SI.O0 perl fbottle, for Bend for Irr. Jlartrrmn'a lok, "Th Illsof L,ifu,"snt free, and '-tjon-l rkjseuai myniiian," on rcwipioi 10 iwoi lk i- B- HAKTM AN A CO, folumlitj, O )' I1 If ill 1 j t sBisSjlBeV Si nawU 4ef A SPECIFIC FOR S FilSEASES 5d agfgwagasrMBWgii JEJs a'eaaawanat rz2i?tA:M sucu as Jum rofnae mlf dl.d rre julav i TENSTRUATION or if i U tak.n thiritr tl.c fTtAXCB V I IFF., cn-iw snffcriiig sad daiigt 111 hv avoil-i t tf'btiua t0 IlitAtiriaxu nactLAToa Co.. Atlauta. Ua. ailDFIELD'S riTmTTT ii lifiiiimiii Wt?P OOHAN B te-ti A u UjC SCJCIXOF llo low Ware. D ig Irons, Sm th u STABLE. 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