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Bolivar Bulletin. Furnitujie ! : furniture:
DEATH To High Prices in Furniture 1- .r' tr' e - v 1 I The Athsflffinui, Columbia, Teas James H. Gorlse, the popular The time-honored motto of the and polite saddle and harness man Atheneaum. "To be rather than to ufacturer of Saulsbury, keeps con - - I . j t 1 1 1l eeora indicates the leaainsr princi- stantiy on nana a wen seiecieu pie of its work, which is to impart stock ot goods in his line, and can all possible trood in learning and I recommend them to his customers M. S. NEELY, Prest. A. E. MeUARRY, Gen. Mm. W P. C03LE, Rec'y.' i Southern Engine & Boiler Works' ILLIBIS CENTRAL RAILEOAD. HOITTH Bot'ND. 1 auMngcr No. 1 ----- 7.o a.ni I'astHiinrer No. 3 - - - - 4 21 p.m Local f daily except .Sunday) - 8.50 a.m NORTH BOUND. riwxtiuf r No. 2 3.25 a.m I'acnsjer No. 4 K.23 a,ca Local (daily except Sunday) - 3.45 i.ia liiin lii) Ed moral3 to those entrusted to it3 care, its lone: and successiui ca- j reer, and the thousands ot good and nob'e women who honor it as ! their Alma Mater, sufficiently at test its claims to public confidence and regard. See advertisement in another column. Vh ;.. v7 of K1 Bureaus. Safes. Mattresses or anytiiing in the Furni- t Mk net our rrrices and save fiflu cents in the doWir by buying from u We have ju.4 ttarted in this business, and intend to eU Furniture regard- SEND Oil GO TO J. N. mULFORD, iii)4 Main St., : Memphis, MARBLE BLOCK, FOR Walshes, Clocks, Jewalry AND Chickens are selling in Boliyar from ten to twelve and a half cents in trade. Merchants don't seem to be anxious to purchase at that price, notwithstanding the fact that a Methodist conference is in session here. Fifteen or twenty young ladies and gentlemen from Crainsville and McNairy county were here last Saturday. They came to visit the Asylum and to have a picnic on the grounds, but the rain forced them under shelter. Tine Watch and Jewelry Sepalriag a Specialty. LOCAL NEWS. Hugh Jones, of Coriuth here Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Simmons we are glad to fay is much better. Mies Pauline Frayser is visit to Miss Irene McNeal. The Btory about the bear man ha3 had the desired enect. ine negroes and children have been thoroughly frightened, and da not stir f nights now. The last report placed the monster in Hatchie Bot torn making hi3 way up Porter's was Ureek. on Rev. G. W. Wilson and wifo of Martin aro visiting relatives here. The "Bolivar Athletic Club was organized Tuesday night in Dr. Hudson's drugstore by the i election ot Harry Joyner, president. Matt Rhea, secretary and treasurer. Another meeting will be held toj night when a pernis-oeut organic zation will be effected. This establishment was destroyed by fire recently, but the men at the head ot the firm are live and ener getic, and have opened in new quarters, under a new name and again ask the patronage of the pub lic. We commend this house to the people of Hardeman county Sl-W Barrett Bros.' is the place to buy a cheao suit. july5 All kinds ol school books used in the county are kept at Hudson's. A good second hand organ for sale cheap. Apply to A. J. Swine broad. julylS The biggest bargain you ever saw in clothing at Barrett Bros.' I want to buy 1000 pounds of Ginseng Root. B. V. Hudson. Go to J. W. Tate & Co's and get five Pounds of choice Rio Coffee for who wish to purchase machinery. Orders placed with them will re ceive prompt attention. Dr. D. W. Vest, of this place, and Miss Mary A. Hoetetter, of Bolivar, Tenn. were united" in the bonds of matrimony by Rev. Z. A. Dowling, at the M. ' E. Church at 9 o'clock p. ni. The groom selec ted as groomsmen. Mr. A. W. Sharpley, of Decatur, and Mr. S. E. Stewart, of this place. The bridesmaids were, Miss Florence Thompson, of Mar3 Hill, Ala. and Miss Etta Morris, of this place. All were richly attired. The hap py couple will make Hartselle their home. May the showers of over welming pleasure encircle their home m this life, and when their lives end here may the omnipotent hand lead them safe into eternal rest. The Hartselle (Ala.) Index. You can get an all wool suit for 85 at Barrett Bros. jul5 The best bargains in town at Wilson'a in Clothing, Hats and Shoes. Go and see. r aa being of the best quality, both in regard to the fctock and workman ship. It will save you money to buy goods from him. jun28 The heated months of the summer are now upon U3. Cool, refresh ing and invigorating drinks such as iced beer, lemonade and sodapop are in demand. These delightful drinks are always kept on hand by P. W. Austin, who also handles the finest brands of Wines," Liquors, Cierars, etc., which are offered at very low prices. None but flist class goods handled and satisfactiou guaranteed. Give him a call. A Blood Purifier for 25 cents- While the merits ot the various blood purifiers are being shown up to the best advantage possible by their several manufacturers, we would suggest to persons feeling the need of such a medicine, that they trv a dose of St. Patrick's Pills, and assure them that they will not only be surprised but delighted, with the result. Those who wish to feel the animation, buoyancy and clear heaviness of youth snould take bt. PaincVs Pills. ' For sale by All Druggists. JAOKSOK, TEITliT; (Successors to SHERMAN MFG. CO.) MANUFACTURERS OF ii Engines and Boilers Saw IfcEillss, SHAFTI2T& AND PULLEYS, CORJV MILLS, ALL KINDS OF FITTINGS KEPT CONSTANTLY SPECIALTY. IN STOCK. REPAIRING A sHOUSE AM0 SIGiu PHI I aw prepared to do all kinds of painting, house, sign and 'buggy; also to trim buggy tops and cushions. Kalsomining and wall pauerin done in the moat artistic manner. I buy my paints from the drugstores in Bolivar and u.e none but n?t -class, consequent ly can guarantee my work. Charges reasonable and no money received until satisfac--. tion is given. . . .. julyl2-3m White Goods cheaper than ever known at Barrett Bros'. juljS The Walker, Iowa, News, says: "Our old friend, Robert Baird, of Muscatine, Iowa, has been secreta ry of the state senate, and an active politician for years, but was never generally known until he had the colic, and used Chamberlain's Colic, Go to J. W. Tate & Co's and get Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, Fruit Jars are cheap at Hudson's. Woolen Dress Goods and Sattines at cost at Barrett Bros'. july5 JTOUtl MO&B- SY U3INC -FOR SALE BY- GeoreeGantt., Jr. of Memphis, was in town last Saturday visiting relati ves. Mr. Joe Greenbaum has re turned from a pleasant visit to Louisville. Mr. E. W. McLarty has re turned from a vi?it to his home in Mississippi. Mr. Wm. McEiroy, of Clarks ville, Texas, h on a visit to relatives in Bolivar. The Episcopal Sunday school had a picnic at Dunhip Springs yesterday; Miss Inuiklin, lenn relatives hero. Mr. H. G. Howell and Jak Polk of New Castle were in to see us Wednesday. Mr. Louis Kenny has the thanks of the editors for a box of delicious grapes. Miss Fannie Norment, is in attendance on the National Teach -er&' Association at Nashville. Mrs. Stuart Wilson returned Tuesday morning, after a visit of peveral days to relatives at Martin. Mr. Austin Miller has been appointed back tax collector for Hardeman county by Comptroller Allen. Miss Kate Hill and brother, Jerome Hill, Jr., of St. Louis, are v'. '.ting their uncle, Mr. Francis Fentress. Mr. W. A. Bass, of Bryants burg, was in to see u Wednesday. Mr. Base is sevety-eight years of ago and is still an active farmer. A Sunday school picnic will be given at Whiteville, on July 2 1th, in the grove in front of Mr. Wm. Cross'. All Sunday schools in the bounds of the Whiteville district are cordially invited to attend and are expected to bring baskets. Rev. Hardin J. Turner is expected to be present and deliver an address on that occasion. Esquire Comer, of Teague, one of the most substantial farmers in the county, was in to see us yesterday and says his crop prospects are fine. If every body was like the 'Squire, editors would grow fat I . TT. c. v...,.,;Q v ITnae rfl in mis country, xie never luieia 'lVnn.. is on a visit to e newspaper men, and will accept - ------- i . . . i our thanks for delicious apples aivi eider. The several iron bridges in Hardeman County are needing a coat of paint. They are beginning to scale, and unless this process is stonoed thev will be ruined. The A " bridge companies left special m structions to keep tbem painted to prevent this trouble. It will cost perhaps $2 or ?3 apiece to paint them. Will not the commissioners attend to this? Miss Lula Slauterbeck's school will close next Friday. We regret to learn that Miss Slauterbeck has accepted a position in the city schools of Jackson. She has given entire satisfaction to her patrons, proving herself to be a teacher ol more than ordinary ability, and it is with reluctance that they up. Mr. A. J. Swinebroad and family will leave next week for Ceii ter, Shelby county, Texas, where they will reside in future. Mr Swiuebroad has been a resident of Bolivar for seventeen years, during which time he has made many friends here, who regret his de parture but wish him unbounded success in the Lone Star State. Tie Truant Lay. A valuable lesson can be learned from the following story, written by two little ladies of Bolivar and handed ua for pub lication. Eds. "Tom." said his mother, "be sure and be home by 4 o'clock this evening, and we will take tea with grandmama." Yes, mother, I will sorely be on time." Tom was kept in on Latin and he mut tered to himself, "if I play hookey I will surely be home in time." lie knew it was wroiig, but he met a crowd of boys who persuaded him to play " chinas. lie did not intend to stay long, but the time flew so quickly that Toin quite for got that school was out ana when his time came to shoot his "china"' a thought struck him that it must be four, and he was two miles from home. Up he got and off he started, whistling a merry tune, though, he could hear his heart beat. He walked along very fast, but when he reached home the door was locked, and he thought his mother had gone. Tom sat on the steps and began to cry. He thought it would certainly be the last time lie would ever play hookey. Looking up he saw his mother. "O, mamma, 1 have played hookey," he sobbed, "if you will take me I will never do so nain. "Come, then, my boy," and together they went and spent a verv happy evening. E. AND I. five Pounds of choice Rio CoSee for $1.00. Hogs don't die with cholera when that good medicine at Hudson s is used. Every bottle guaranteed. You can get clothing at your own price at Barrett Bros.' july5 LADIES Needing a tonic, or children that want building up, should take , onmimiia mniH BITTERS. - It is pleasant to take, cure Malaria, Indlges tton. nd EiliouMieai. All dealers keep it. Don't forget that Clothing can be bought at cost at Barrett Bros.' Large lot of Jelly Glasses cheap at Savage & Emeison's. july5 Go to J. W. Tate& Co's and get five Pounds of choice Rio Coffee for $1.00. You can certainly get a suit of clothes at Barrett Bros' lor i.uu that you would have to pay $8.00 for elsewhere. jly5 For latest styles in the tonsorial line, go to George Young the pop- alar barber on Main otreec Jua dies hair dressing and sharnpoon ing a specialty. july5 You would be surprised to see Barrett Bros.' five, eight, ten and twelve dollar suits. Cost is all they want for clothing. july5 Just received at Savage & Em erson's a full line of School Books, Stationery, Pens, Ink, Slates, Pen cils, School Crayons, etc., cheaper than ever. julyo fT- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Mala- a ' 1 T i .. V . . 1 ; t Phf .1. rift, rrousne88, aim uvueiai w- " - "J cians recommend it. All dealers sell it. Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines ou wrapper. and cot into one of their advertise ments. "Now he is famous." Here is what Mr. Baird said: "While m Des Moines, I was taken with a severe attack ot bowel complaint. For two days 1 suffered intensely, trying several drug stores and pay ing them for relief, out in vain. I finallv boueht a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and two doses ot that brought me out all right. It costs less than the drug store prep arations and 1 have the balance for future use. I consider it a grand remedy." 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all druggists. us i mn Hickcry Valley, 3BU fkirtl. '..1 r ..-. -i r t TRADE! MARK. A SURE AND EFFECTUAL CURE FOR And other Diseases that aro common to Hogs. ' At prewntive it has no equal, prntf ctlng the Hog from the dlcoat by removing the cause. Manufactured by'JNO. S. DAVIS, BALL WELL, KY. 3PHIOU at OE3KXTS. t- 0 A D w v. as. THAirasiB,! MAyt'FACTCRlNO JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. g-Before YcU D.cide Where You Will EDUCATE YOUR SON, WltlTK TO The University of Tennessee AT KXOXVILLE FOR AN ANNOUNCEMENT. Solid goM and diamond goods of all kinds. Aniprican ami Swiss watched of every description. Repairing of tine watches and jewelry specialties Ipy expert workmen. Spectacles to suit all eves. If von cannot see at nisht, Thayer's tine pebble spectacles will restore your lost vision and you can see as well as in childhood. Ronaiiinir of broken spectacles and workine over old gold and silver! specialties. Everything guaranteed as represented. 255 Main SW MPHIS, TENN. 10 Schools, 20 Teachers. 7 Courses of Study. 275 free State Scholarships reduce total expenses to $ ISO for ten months. I) It- CRAS. JK BABKEY, JR., President, to ocl l Knoxville, Tenn. NO INTOXICATING SPIRITS SOLD IN THIS COUNTY OR WITTIN TWENTY-SB VFN MILKS OF LINDEN, TENN., THE SITE OF THE SOTJTHERIT ZtTOZRvUVHm, COLLEO-B, . X,. STTTTOIT, I'rlri.clpa.l a.n.4 I'rcprlatcr. give her Toone Items. As "Sun Flower" didn't write last week, "Ex-Tooneite" will make his appearance again. We are sorry to learn that Miss Maud 1'irtle was taken suddenly ill Sunday afternoon. Mr. Jim Harrison of Bolivar was seen nassinsr throuirh our little city last Sunday. We think he went of household furniture. or runner particulars uuuir tu vxioa j.vyu, A person is seldom sick when their bowels are regular. Bear this in mind and kefp vour bowels regular by ail occasional dose of St.Patrick's fills, fcoia oy an aruggisis. At Barrett Bros.' $8 suits for $b; at Barrett Bros'. $12 suits for $8; at Barrett Bros'. $15 suits for $11. Children's suits from $1.75 to $3.50, former price from $3 to $5. july5 For Sale! Two excellent cows, a Jersey heifer, a buggy and several articles Dr. S. Dickson will be at Hickory Valley on the 23d and 24th ot July. Those in need of dental work will be goverened accordingly. The mud hole in front of Dr. Moore's office is very unsightly, be- nides eraiting an odor not at all healthful. The corporation should have the hole filled. Ihe ladies of the Episcopal church gave an ice cream supper in the vacant room next to Dr. Jack Neely'a office Tuesday even ing which was well patronized. Mr. Edward Robinson of Toone called on us yesterday. Mr. Robinson is a progressive farmer, and his business in Bolivar was to purchase improved machinery. Messr. C. M. Lambert, of Middleton, and J. W. Sweeton of Tongue will attend the meeting of the State Wheel in Nashville, on next Wednesday as delegates from Hardeman county. It has leen reported that llirach Bros., formerly of Somer vil!e, have a con t met with the car- poncera of Whiteville to erect business house at tbat place, which thev have ttsreed to lease foi hve years. The Methodist Conference for the Brownsville District convened here yesterday evening with a good attendance. The delegates will be cared for by the hospitable people of Boliyar. The church has been re paired and nicely fitted up, and they will have a pleasant meetiug, which will close Sunday evening, A more extemied notice win oe given in the Bulletin next week Mr. Frank Fentress delivered i l- .1. . LH.Ia TV... an aa dress oeiore wie ciaie Association in Memphis last week, on the subiect "all revenue should be raised by a single tax upon land, irrespective of improvement. " Mr. Brown of Memphis was on the affirmative and Mr. Fentress the negative. Mr. Fentress was appoin ted as an allernate to the National Bar Association which meets in Chicago in August. In this issue of the Bulletin you will notice the advertisement of the Southern Engine and Boiler Work", successors to the Sherman Manufacturing Co., of Jackson. out to the Cloverport neighborhood. That's right, Mr. Harrison, there are a number of pretty eirls in that neighborhood we speak from ex perience. Misses Minnie Bradford and Irene Houston will return to their home in Jackson this week after a short visit to relatives in Toone. We are sorry indeed to see them leave and hope they will soon return. Some of the farmers ot No. 15 are a little scared about their crops. Those who have conquered the grass are all right, but a great many are behind. We sincerely hope our young farmer who works seven days in the week will succeed. He will, no doubt, on earth; but may not in the end. Misses Ella and Tennie Pirtle, of Bolivar, are visiting their cousin, Miss Maud Pirtle this week. Elder C. C. McDaniel preached a lengthy sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday. The raiu in terfered with the night service. We are glad to note that Miss Sallie Mercer who has been strug--liur for more than a month with a severe attack of fever, is improve ing rapidly. Ex-Tooneite. St. Jamea' a apply ' II all. I Bolivar. jun28 There is nothing uncertain about the effects of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The fact is, it is only preparation in the market that can always be de pended upon, and that is pleasant and safe to take. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all druggists. The proprietors of B. B. B. (Bot tanicBiOod Balm) are among the foremost business men ot Atlanta, Ga. Thev are men of conscience. mAn nf intecrritv. and men of wealth. Everv testimonial found printed in papers they guarantee to be true and genuine. julyl2-lra Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for cut.i, hmip. sore, nlcera. salt rheum, fever mires, tetter, chanoed hantU, chilblains, corns and all skm eruptions, and posir tiyelr cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion, or money reiunaeu. rnce . j w per box. For sale by Savage & Emerson A Woman's Discovery. "Another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a ladv in this countrv. Disease fas tened its clutches unon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs where underminded, death seeming imminent. For three months she choughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought a bottle o Petition to Sell Land. In the Chancer' Court at Bolivar, Tenn. T. E. Webb, adm'r., vs. J. T. Little, Jan. E. Coston, Thomas Coston, et. al O. bill to sell land. Whereas T. E. Webb, administrator of the estate of Hepsy Little, deceased, filed his bill in the Chancery Court at UoMvar, Tenn., against J. T. little, ct alias, the heirs at law of Mrs JTepsy Little, dee'd, to-wit on the 4tli day of May, 1380, asking a sale of a tract of 4- acres I land in civil districtNo. 17, of Hardeman county, Tenn., owned by the said Ifepsy. Little at the time of her death, for the payment ot bona fade debts outstanding against said estate, of which he is admin istrator. And whereas at the September term, 1886 of said court, all the defend ants to said suit, including Mrs. Mary Coston, had been made parties defendant hv service of summons and non-resident notice; and at said last named term the eath of Mrs. Mary Uoston aroresaii, wife of Jeff' Coston, one of said defend ants, was suggested in open court and proven; and whereas said Mary Coston lelt two children, to-wii : jauin aj. va ton and Thomas Coston. both of whom are minors, under 21 years ot age; and whereas on the return made Dy me sner iffof Fci facia-s issued from said court against Jas. B. and Thomas Coston, Aug ust 15th, 1888, it appears that said minors, James B. and Thomas Coston are non residents of the state of Tennessee, tin mntion of comtdainant. it is hereby or dered that publication be made for four successive weeks in the 1xlivar isllli, tin, a newspaper published in the tewn of Bolivar, Tenn., requiring said James ii, and l nomas Coston to enter tneir ap pearance in this cause by the first Mon day in August A. D., 188'J, and show cause, if any they have, why said suit should not be revived against tnem as heirs at law of Mary Coston, dec d., in the Chancerv Court at Bolivar, Tenn. A. J. COATES.t;. & M. This July 1, 1389. Situated on the surveys of the Tennessee Midland and Ohio Valley Railroads. Free from malaria and vellow fever. An healthful location as Tennessee affords. Eleven departments. A full Faculty carefully selected with competency, not nalaries the ba sis. Free conveyance from railroad. For full particulars send for catalogue. FALL TERMS OPENS AUGUST 19, 1889. Till"1 RTiII"M fTIIUfl A Boarding School for G!rl& Young Ladles. I J Em II I 14 ! Rl Ua I I I'll lnro r;run.tH(IA acre). Locution fi..tol for hrtlth. Ill Ii I ilillf I I I I Ii I -M, Vnll (tint .xp.-riviiroil Family. Ampin nquipmcittn. I I Wm fl I IIhIIi UWIIIIitIhI uilvnntaw in all department, liicliflintf tti Enelifih. Clasxiral Mimic, Art, Elocution, ftc. Hcfurw d.'ci.iinx upon a ncliool tor your jIiiukIi t;r, euO tlr iUuBtriteU catulJuo tu KOlST.lu. SMITH, l'realdeut. COLUMBIA, TKMNLSHKK. R. J. Black, PRESIDENT. Jno. A. Crofford, v ic E-pRF.81 ur.vr. D.O. Andrew", OBNKKAI, HANAUKB T. B. Waring, SKOKKTAKV A TKEAti aRB understands his business and attends Dr- King's New Discovery for Con will find a safe man to sumption and was so much relieved to it you deal with. James II. Godsey, of Saulsbury, dealer in saddlery and harness ranks with this class and anjT business entrusted to him trill receive his personal attention. Send him an order and you will be pleas, e d with bis goods and prices. on taking first dose tbat she slept all night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name u Mrs. Liuthei Liutz. " thus write W. C. Hamrik & Co., of Shelby N. C. Get a free trial bottle at Savage & Emerson's Drugstore, THE C. R. RYAN GROCERY COMPANY. .(SueccHsors to C It. UYAI S& CO.) WHOLESALE G-ISOCEKS, Cstisn tea ui CeBBisan Mists, 356 Main Street, - - Memphis, Tenn. HOARD OJ? DIRECTOIIS, R. J. BLACK, Cashier St-curity Bank. JNO. A. CROFFORD, Tres't Farmer D. O. ANDREWS, Late of C. R. Ryan & Co. and Merchants Bank, Covington, Tenn W. T. CHAPMAN, ot Malone, Chapman & J. N. HA KRIS. i Elder, Wh. Hats. M. II. HUNT, late with C. R. Ryan & Co. T. R. WARING, late with C. K. Ryan and Co. ' V&" MR. JNO- A. CROFFORD will have charge of the Cotton Department, -' - X'ropriotcr. PITSEE ILLEH, - DEALER IN I A. WILSON, m DOLllAR. ROUGH AMD DRESSED LUMBER. Shingles, Laths, Etc., Cut on Short Notice! Address all Communications to PITSEH MIULEB, voLJVAit. Tiiyjr. CHEAP FOB CASH. IBID- BUEUL& GO, 10 & 12 W. Court St.,' Memphis. Send for samples nl iiHtial prices. PRINTING PRESSES. Complete outfit from tl. 75 up. Svuil for cat logua showing the diflerent style of typ. pre es, tc. Address, EIW. BVEiiX 4 CO., Menjj.litf, Itna. (71 3 s LITTERY, FEED AND- Stables! Stylish Turnouts and Fine Horses ! ngle turnouts, $1.50 to $2.50 rr day. Double turnout-, $2.00 to $3.00 per day Sinirle Surrjs and hacks, 2.50 to 4.00 ier day Horse and plow, LOO, Saddle hornet", $1. Harner hornei, l Wgon horse, $1.00.