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IB AT GOODS, C
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In Endless Variety at SAVAGE & EMERSON'S.
ALBUMS, HARPS, TOILET SETTS, ODOR CASES, DRESSING CASES, MANICURE SETTS, CANDIES, BOOKS OF ALI
KINDS, VASES, FINE LAMPS, AND A THOUSAND THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
CHE&F TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN'. I! Examine Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. WE CAM SILIFE YOU HOMEY
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Bolivar Bulletin,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL TIME CARD-
OOINO f?OLT
1'iis "tiger No. 1 7 37, '..
Pasc ;nj:er So. 3 4 21 p. m.
Local J a Kxcept Sunday 8 50 a.iu
CJOINC1 NORTH.
Passenger No. 2 3 2" a. m.
Pasnentrer No. 4 8 23 a. in.
Ix;al,Iaily Except Sunday 3 4" p iu
Tanneasee Midland II, H: Time Table
vVest lkund.
No 51, Pasaenger, Leaves Jackson at G:30
o'clock a. in. Arrives at Memphis at 11:53
(.'cock a. in.
No. 01, Freight, leaves Jackson at 12:50
a.m Arrives at Memphis, at 8;2" a. in.
Fact Iiound.
No. 52, Passenger, leaves Memphis at 4:30
o'ylock p. m. Arrives at Jackson at 7:55
o'clock p, in.
No.t2, Freight, leaves Memphis at 4.10
p.m. arrives at Jackson at 3 p. ui.
FOK SUPER. N TEN DENT.
The Star is authorized to annouuce
i'rof. Henry J. Fusch, of Bolivar
a caadhlato Cor C'liuly S-vdrinten-dent
of Public Instruction for 7ar
denian County. Election by the
County Court, tha fust Monday iu
January, 183'J.
LOCALNEWS.
County Court meets next
Monday.
Turkey dinners were enjoyed
yesterday by the citizens of B livar.
Thanksgiving services were
held at the Episcopal, Methodist
and Presbyterian churches yester
day. What has become of the pro
posed railroad from Henderson to
Bolivar? Are wo goin to have
it or not ?
Mr. George Carter, who waa
struck on the head some weeks ago
by a falling piece f lumVer, is im
proving. Dr. T. E. Moore spent several
days of last week in Arkansas, On
account of the bad weather, he did
very little hunting.
Subscribers who have hereto
fore been served by curriers will
please call at the postoifice for their
pnpers in the future.
Bolivar is one of the very best
cotton markets in West Tennessee.
Our merchants are paying Mem
phis prices lor the staple.
Our farmers aro taking advan-
tago of the lew day days of thi- and
hut week, and are getting out their
cotton as rapidly as possible
The Bulletin will be glad to
receive communications from
iconic in different paits of the
X 1 -
county coutaing items of interest.
Ihe tower on the insane asy
lum that tell some monllis ago is
again Hearing completion. The
contractors hope to have it ready
for use next spring.
We hope the readers of the
Bulletin will excuse us for giving
so little local news this week. It
will be ditHeult to get up a good
paper uutil we are bettor ucquainted
Mr. A. J. Moore, who has had
charge of the typographical depart
ment of this paper for several weeks,
leaves to-day to take a position
r,i tliaTitd.nn Rer-ord :it ("viil"ton.
Many or tne lanncrs estimate
that fifty per cent, of the cotton
r.ronof this county is still in the
Held. The fall has been bo very
unfavorable that it was impossible
to gather it.
Prof. Mat Kose, principal of the
academy at Toone's, was in Bolivar
vesterdav. Ihis 13 the first time
he. has been out for a considerable
while, being confined to his room by
a severe spell ef sickness.
The young people of our little
city enjoyed a most pleasant eveuiug
at tho residence of Col. P.. L, Light -foot
Wednesday. These social gath
erings provide goldeu hours for those
in the bloom of life.
A. J. Coatts, Et-qr., has return-
ed from a fporting trip of about one cut, of any kind, call and see Sav
week in Arkarms. lie brought ago it Emerson's stock
Lac c the quarters ef a fine deer, but
there are doubts in the minds of
some of his friends as to who killed
it.
lho young men ot the town
held their aunual thanksgiving
least at. the office of X. C, Nuckolls
l.-t evening. Smiled turkey, bark-cued
shoate and kid wore served
iu fine style. Rev. Edward Woolen,
Ex-Editor McDnuiel and Cashier
Dorion wert among t tic invited
guests.
We understand that the levees
across Hate hie bottom on the Boli
var and Jackson road, and also on
the Bolivar and Cranesville road.
are in an almost impassible condi
tion. This is detrimental to all
interests and fchould be remedied
once. The levees are new, and the
travel since the recent ram3 has
cut thera to pieces considerably.
No time should be lost by the
proper authorities in having them
repaired.
The festival at Middleburg last
Thursday evening, for the benefit of
the Methodist church, was a com
plete success. The ladies had pre
pared a delightful supper which was
spread on an elegantly decorated
table. The hungry throng appre
ciateu the supper from the fact that
the proceeds derived therefrom
amounted to over eighty dollars;
Much credit is due Misses Jennie
Morrow, Jennie Mathews and other
ladies for so great a success.
In this issue of the Bulletin
will be iound the advertisement of
Beck k Gardner, 179 Mam Street,
Memphis, who are the southern
distributing agents for Hiram W.
Davis & Go's celebrated buegies
and carriages. Mr. J. L. Gause, of
'lipton county, with whom the edi
tors of this paper are personally ac
quainted, represents the southern
house, aud we take pleasure in tes
tifying to his business qualities.
Order given to him will receive
prompt attention.
The Bolivar correspondent of
the Nashville American iays we
nave made no such crops in West
Tennessee for twenty years. In
Bome iiutances in this county ne
groes have averaged twelve bales of
cotton to the mule, besides making
abundant corn crops, potatoes, etc.
The ditneu ty now is m gathering it
in good condition Ever since the
1st of November the weather has
been abominable, and much of the
ungathered crop is greatly damaged
by the frequent nud copiou3 retina.
The committee appointed by
the Quarterly Court at its Ootober
term to have the Circuit Court room
repaired, is having the work rap
idly completed. The p'astering
overhc,J has been taken off and
white pine ceiling put on in its
stead. Inside blinds will be put to
all of the windows and the gallery
dosed up with panel work and shut
ters, which cun be opened should
it be desire4 to use t lie eallerv.
The stairs and aisles will be cover
ed with matting. This h an im
provement which has been needed
for sometime, and will add very
much to the appearance and comfort
of the room. Baker & Taylor have
the consrftct to (lo the C:Upenters'
Work
Hcst Quinine, JO cts, per
oz. at Jludson's Druy Store,
We will sell you Good Calico at
five cents per yard. 1). E. Dukivett.
Don't fail to call on Savage A,
Emerson when you visit Bolivar.
Cheapest stock of Dress
roods in
town at D. E. Durrett's.
Jiest Quinine, JO cts. per
ox. at Hudson k JJruft Storp
One ounce of Pure Quinine fcr
50 cts at Savage & Emerson's.
For the Bst and Cheapest boots
and shoes, go to D. E. Durrett's.
Best 0 la, 5 cts.
per pound at
IlutU
lam i.
Quinine 50 cts per ounce at Sav-
age t& AJmersorTi
Go to Hudson s Di ng Store, if
y'i want to buy things cheap.
Quinine 50 cts. per oz at Savage
Emerson's.
Be mington Single Barrel Breech
loading shot guus at D. E. Dur
rett'f.
A good Lamp, complete, for 25
cts. at Hudson's.
u e will sell Quinine at 50 cts
per oz. lavage iV Emerson.
Don't t rg't to call and examine
D. E. Durrett's immense stock of
Clothing.
If yo-j wish to make r nice nres-
A Box of nice Paper and Envel
opes for 10 cts., at Hudson's.
A large line ol Ho'iday
a i
Holiday Lamps
just received atSavacre A: E
merson 3
call and see them.
Beautiful Wall Paper, just re
ceive !, 10 cents per roll at Hud
son's. I will sell to anybody an fevery-
b.xly at Wheel prices D E. Duk-
RETT.
Three Thousand Six Hundred
Mitches f r 25 cts. at Hudson's
For Drugs, Paints, Oils, Win
dow Gins. Go to Savage A: Em
ereon.
Best Quinine, 50 cts. per
oz.
at
at I Hudson's.
POCAHONTAS DOTS.
'Busticus" has not forgotten the
Bulletin, nothwitstandmg his si
lence f or a few weeks.
Our little town is still made mu
sical, or to make nice distinctions'
neisy, by the hourly tones of Ihe
school bell, the saw's dull buzz,
and the planer's constant whirr,
and the occasional shrill notes of
the locomotive.
Maj. G. W. Garrett's steam gin
waa burned last night about 7 o'clock.
Several bales of cotton were burned
also. The Maj. had just bought
and planted a new engine for his
gin, No insurance He takes his
loss with charactenstic coolness
and cheerfulness.
Mr. James Garrett, and family,
have moved to the Bluff City
Mr Garrett will establish a lumber
yard. We regret to give them up.
We learn that Mr. Warren has
rented, and will soon move into the
house occupied by M r Garret. Mr,
Warren comes to take charge of a
boarding houso for students attend-
in g the Normal Academy. "Rus-
ticus" wishes both families success
iu their new homes.
Mr. II, C. Moore got his ankle
badly htirt one morning this week
in a cotton press. May he soon re
cover. A concert was given on
Saturday night last, by the acade
my 6tudents, and the young people
of the town. The proceeds were
donated for the benefit of the church
The academy hall was well filled.
and we had most excellent order.
The troupe all acquitted themselves
with credit. Maj. G. W. Garrett
made the opening speech in a few
very appropriate words. II. K.
Whit ten closed with thanks to au
dience for attendance and attention
and to troupe tor their efforts in so
worthy a cause. Busticus.
A good Lamp Chimney for
5 cts
at B. V- Hudson's.
For Gentlemen's Underwear, go
to D. E. Durrett"3 He will sell them
to you cheaper than any house in
tow n .
Gentlemen, when you are iu to wn
elling your cotton, don't fail to
call at Mrs. Fiizt E well's restau
rant for your meals. It will co.t
you only o0 cets.
Fine and large nssortm ent of La
dies New Markets, Wraps, and
Jackets at th e lowset Wheel prices
at my store. D. E, DUR7ETT.
An intelligent person when hurt
will at once procure a bottle of
Salvation oil. It is the best thing
to cure swellings, burns or wounds.
All druggists sell it at twenty-five
cents a bottle
Two charming little girls were
found dancing "the racket" in the
streets. "What makes you so hap
py?'' a gentleman asked. "Oh 1
our mas have thrown away all our
horrid medicine, and we have only
to take Dr. Bull's Uough Syrup and
that aint bad at ail."
St ati of Ohio. City op Toledo.)
Lucas Co , S. S. j
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is the senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing
business in the city of Toledo, coun
ty and state aforesaid, and that said
firm will t,ay the sum of $100 for
each and everv case of catarrh tht
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib
ed in my presence, this Cth day of
December, I0S0.
A. W. Gleason,
seal. J Notary Public.
Hall e Catarrh Cure u taken in
ternally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucus surfaces of the sys
tem. Sand for testimonials free
F. J: Chenet & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
CLEVELAND SEaT-
But J. A. Wilson succeeded in
getting a Few Hundred pairs of
those Sixty cent Ladies Shoes, and
a Few Cases ot those One-dollar-
and-Fifty cent Bots and a case of
Gent's Wool Cassemere Suits at $3
a suit, before the Republicans put
the tariff on them. Now is the time
to cet bargains. Call ami see him
soon.
A Scuni Legal Cpinlcs..
E. Bainbridge Munday, Esq.,
county attorney ot Clay county.
Texas, says. Have used Electric
Bitters with most happy results
My brother also w as very low with
malarial fever and jaundice, but
was cured by timely use of the
medicine. Am satisfied Electric
Bi-ters saved his life.
Mr. D. I. Wilcoxson. of Horse
Cave, Ky.. adds a like testimony,
saying: He positively believes he
would have died had it not been
lor Electric Bitters
This great remedy will ward off
ns well as cure all malarial diseases,
and fir all kidney, liver aud stom
ach disorders stands uneqjaled.
Price 50 c .-: aud $1 at Savage &
Emcrcoi."d.
Hi"
REV R. L. McELREE.
The subject of this sketch waa
born in Washington, Penn. In
1851 he entered Washington Col'
lege, and graduated in 1856 from
that institution. Believing that
his duty called him to preach the
gospel, in the fall of 1856 he enter
ed the theological department of
Cumberland University, located at
Lebanon, Tenn., and finished hia
theological course in 18-58 and waa
at once called to take charge of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church;
at Fayetteville, Lincoln county,
Tenn.
In 18-58 ho married the daughter
of Rev. A. G. Smith, and was em
ployed by the Board of Missions to
take charge of the Mission Church
at Paducah, Ky., where he was la
boring at the outbreak of the civil
war.
A circumstance, trivial in itself,
has made Lis name famous in near
ly every household in America.
In visiting the family of one of
his parishoners, his attention waa
directed to a singular variety of
herbs in their possession, and he
made inquiries regarding them.
He was told that many )rears ago,
during the early settlement of Ten
nessee, a kinsman of this family,
emigrating from North Carolina,
pitched his camp for a night in the
Cherokee Nation's reservation in
North Georgia, near an Indian vil
lage. In his family was a girl about
fifteen years old, just passing to
womanhood. During the evening
this girl wr3 attacked by violent
pains, which threw her into spasms
An old Indian squaw witnessed it,
and, without a word, went to her
wigwam, selected some herbs from
her store, prepared a decoction, and
administered it to the suffering girl,
in five minutes the pain was en
tirely relieved.
The grateful mother of the girl
begged of the squaw a small quan
tity of the herbs. Afterward, when
using them, she found a few seeds
in a bud of the herbs, which she
planted and raised the herbs from
year to year for half a century.
The herbs that attracted Ml
McElree's attention were descend
ants of this stock. Ho waa told
that they possessed wonderful qual
ities in tLc cure of diseases pecu
liar to females.
Mr. McElree carried away some
of them with him, and was aston
ished at their miraculous action in
cases of female complaints supposed
to be incurable. He raised the
herbs in his garden and furnished
his neighbors gratuitously with a
wine made from them for several
years; but its repatation spread
abroad and the demand was
Boon beyond his limited means to
supply. Iu 1879 he solicited the
Chattanooga Medicine Co. to take
charge of the manufacture and sale
of the Wine.
The Medicine Company sent a
quantity of the Wine to their
customers all over the coun
try, instructing them to fur
nish it free of charge to every
afflicted lady they could hear of.
About seven thousand cases were
treated in this way and less than
five hundred Svilures were reported.
Every class of female, disease waa
treated; chronic cases of twenty
j'ears' standing were eured. Old
and young, rich and poor, doctors
and clergymen all testified to the
wonderful virtues of McElree's
Wine of Cardui. It was found that
the Wine was not only an
Einmenagogue, but the most as
tonishing tonic for women known
to medical science. Ladies who
were weak, nervous and debilitated
discovered that the Wine restored
their strength, quieted their nerves
and increased their flesh and ener
gy. Young girls were carried over
a critical period in their lives by it,
in perfect health and safety.
The manufacture of the Wine to
supply the demand has taxed the
capacity of one of the largest medi
cine companies in the country.
Thev have however been equal to
ii . J lf.n :
the emergency
of Cardui, or Woman's Relief will
be a household ord in our section
from this time forth.
Mr. McElree has done and is
till doing much good by preaching
the gospel of Christ; but his discov
ery ol McElree's Wine of Cardui or
Woman's relief is likely to hand
his name do.vn to posterity, follow
, 1.1. V.. iV-.-.l.V V 1.
ed by the blessings of thousands of
women.
ARBUCKLES'
name on a package of COFFEE is
guarantee of excellence.
ARIOSA
COFFEE Is kept In alj first-cla-stores
from the Atlantic to the Pacif
COFFEE
I3 never Rood when exposed to the an
j Always buy this brand In hermetically
j 6eale4 ONS POUND PACKAGES.
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TEACHER'S NORMAL.
yy" E WILL ON DECEMBER 3rd. 1888, open in the roeahont.is Academy a
SPECIAL COURSE FOll tflJACinmS.
The course will-close February 15h, which includes two and one-liall months (10
weeks). The course embraces Philosophy, Physiology, and all other branches tan;lit in
the common schools of Mississippi and Tennessee. Physiological charts, and Philo
sophical apparatus will be used to explain and throw light upon all obscure places. -thus
enabling beginners to become thorough in both sciences in ten weeks.
All class work will be conducted upon Normal principles, Tho outline system will
be fully explained and used. All leasoii3 will be given byjsubjects and topic. Variety
of texts will be used for reference.
The term will be made a thorough and interesting view and re-view of the free school
work- Thost who wans higher grades can secure thaniby availing themsejves of this
opportunity, thus securing; better positions and more lileral salaries.
EXPENSES: Board, $7.00 to 110.00 per month? Tuition, $1.00 per month, pay
able in advance. Address
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