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Bolivar Bulletin, v i n 1.1 s n e n irv rn r ft: ?i. i r. WOOD a WILLIAMS I'lJitors- With this issue of the BcLLKTrx, iny connection ceases . I Vavo sold the paper to Mr. L. U. VorI. of Covington. It is with sincere regret that I leave the people of Bolivar and Hardeman county. My stay anions you has been exceedingly agreeable and pleasant, and the rts soointions lornied licra will al.vays he cherished by rne a3 anions the moct p'easant of my life. Though an entire Ftraner in your midst, you have shown me courtesies and favors which 1 shad never forget. It has bwen my purpose to publish a paper iu the interest of the, people, ami the liberal patronage accorded, the Bru:Tix jjoed to prcve that the effort has not been in vain. With in the last six months, the circuhi- I lion of the paper has increased to a very encouraging extent. Not on ly the citizens of Hardeman county are numbered jnuon our si;bscri!ei s but the names of those of distant and adjoining states are on our list. The advertising patronage of the pa per, ns the weH-hlkd columns at-te.-t, is a!s. far superior in value t the meager handful with which wo started. Altogether the paper is on a firm basis, and has established u reputation which the management should well feel piouH of and they will exert every effort to maintain that reputation. Mr. Wood has been in public life fur a number of years; is highly es teemed by those who know him lor his good morals, industrious habits, and intelectual ability, and will no doubt prove a valuable addition to the journalism of the slate. For the present, he has a position as book keeper for a firm iu Mason, where he will continue until the. expir.t ticu of his contract, af'tet which he will come here and take charge o( the paper. In the mean time, Mr. Hugh Williams, who has been as sociated with me in the niana-"-mcnt of the IU lli.tin, w ill have charge of the business arrangements. II. II. (iur.i N. '1 ii k ltnr CIc e.rgc Thee ry ot a single t:ix on land alone for all pur poses of revenue has some adhercnU in Tennessee, and the UuLi.nxix has been asked to surrender a col' umn or more weekly of its space to (he advocates ot the doctrine. J-bonc excellent people have been conveit ed t ) tliis vagary. It is nothing more or less than a schen c to abol ish all taxes on personal property, privileges and polls, ami make land and real estate pay all the (axe's. Luxuries, bonds, stocks, whisky, to baevo, c very thing of that character is to bo exempted from taxation and the whole burden to be cast upon land. With an immense public; debt, both national and state, to b-j paid by taxation, direct or indirect all other sources of revenue are to be abandoned and the; land made to pay it all. Of course-, this policy carried out Would overthrow re publican government and result in forfeiture of all real estate ultimate ly. It would foster socialism and breed anarchy. It wou'd abrogate state and national constitutions and. radically change our e ntire system, upit'Ot social order and fill the mil lion with tramps and e'agaii :ids. Vc therefore mo.-t respect tally de cline to surrender our columns to the discussion of a doctiine so t taught with evil, ami vnieh incur opinion is also unmitiided nonseii.-e. Kvkhy effort will be made ! the. republicans to carry the elec tion ia the state of Virginia. Money and eloquence ef northern politicians will be freelv given. A craiid mis take? has been made however, the nomination ef Mahoue. As general, the people of Virginia ad mire Mahone, but as a politic iaii they have no love for him. 8inco his entrance into the political arena, he has proven himself unworthy of their support. The most inllu- cntial and respectable dement of the republican party of his state have refuse! to eupport him or to assist in the canvass. lie repr. - sents nothing but the most exiiou pha?e of machine polities of boss despotism. The Valley irmhui published at tstaunton, one of the lorahng republican papers of the state, has the following complimen tary) notice in regard to the bill genera!: "If elected he wou'd n it in our judgment, hesitate one mo incut to prostitute the dearest in tereshJ ol the state to his own person 1 ends and ambition, just as he has prostituted the republican party." The eleniocrats, being familiar with the cndilion of a Hairs, and knowing how anxious the- noithera people are to tee the Old Dominion un kr re- puh'Ie.ui ri;r, are standing shoul der t.i cliouhler. with that rallant star, lard -bearer, McKiunej, in the lend, u!i 1 from now until the elec tion iiotbijig will be left undone to sf-cjre a democratic victory, which Is is essentia! t ihe welfare and pio.-ptri'y of the state. McKinney eulers the canvass with the undi vided support of hi party. He is an able an J talented man pud a line orator, and in his hands the democratic banner is safe, success being stumped upon its folds. !Ic:nphis Frct'bvtr-ry- Editous ik'LT "Tiy; To a large number of pepio in Hardeman county a notice of the proceedings f Memphis Presbytery is always welcome, but a notice is especially appropriate when this body meets in a Hardeman county church. 'Ihe Presbytery of Memphis con vened at Ebenezer church near Middleton, on Wednesday, Sept. 4. Quite a full uumber of delegates were m attendance, and despite the unfavorable weather; the session was a pleasant one throughout Arriving at the church about one o'clock we found a warm welcome from the good people of Ebenezer and a capital dinner awaiting us; After this very important prelimi nary had been disposed of Presby tery was opened by an eloquent ser mon by the retiring moderator, Kev, C. G. Crowe. '1 lie body was then called to order. Rev. John ii, Jioyd of the Lauderdale St. church, Me ophis, was elected moderator, and Uv. W. S. Cochrane, clerk. Aside from the regular routine of busiue-s, nothing of general inter est ira aspired, but the meeting throughout was attended with the best fooling and christian spirit. A special hour of prayer was set apart en IV.day to the end that in the eoitiniing year the Spirit might be poured out on the pntire Synod and that many souls might be added to churches within our bouuds. It was a matt or of deep regret that !ro. Evans, the aged pastor ot Eb enezer. who was the author ot this motion, was prevented by sickness ! from being with us at the time. 1 l.o preaching throughout the meet- hn: was especially excellent, aud v:i- a feast oi fat things for all. Memphis Presbytery numbers among ur members some ot the ablest ministers in the south. A t tie. ci.iic!u;-.!o:n-f the meeting, M. Woods oiler ?d an elo lliciit re-selution ot thanks to the ro.,ci people who !,:uf so treuerouslv oite: laioc d us, ami a'so to the rail which had givou us reduced la re. I mysvlf was handn niely enters tair.vu iy Aw. II. C Uurns, a subs Ma tt:al and successful farmer whose mlort i!io liiaiij is but a short dis- ta.nce ir: ia the church. Mr. Burns iwi.s lia i'aiui without a single in-i ciiinnraue-e, and ins success shows what, hidt.stry am! iutellii-ence can io in li:;rdemaii county. I also vis led t!i,' la-antitul home of a lady .vho is ah'ectior.atelv known to the IVec-bytcry as '.Sister Cami)bell" There is nothing smail about ''Sis ttr Campbell" nothing whatever, lb r be n t is as hue as her badv nil that is certainly saying a great lea'. Her home was thrown open .vith prodigal hospitality to us all nd it is useless to say we enjoyed it. 'Sitter Campbell" has one of the fit.e.-t collections ot flowers in Har deman county. These two were ihe oniy homes 1 visited personally bid the entire community is in- te'ligonl and well-to-do, and I le- turned home with a higher opinion of Hardeman county than I t;ver had liel' to. The IjUU.f.tin is tak- e-n aud ajqirecialed in many homes but ma I y all. I hose wha eto not hike ihe Dci.i.KTiN ought to remem ber that it is a cardinal principal of I'i e -b) tei ianism to support home industries, and eve ry I'resby teiian ought to take his count' paper. Abie-ether the meetinir of Mem- pins 1'iisbvtery was very enjoyalile and v.e believe I n fitable to all. In looking back upon it, memoirs ot cor hat hospitality, yood fellowship :uid prime beet anel mutton are pleasantly blended. W. C. Alexaxdeu. OIlSTUAItY. I'.o i i.- i:..'ei;--.:i :l'..rii in t he Vein 181 !"; ami iepaMi-.i 1 hi.-. ' iu- A ti. alst. 1 ss;i ut his lioiue ill "1'itaies 1 eioi !-, M i.ss. The .U'coaso I w; a gocxl ami tru.' 1 uii a -.I I i.ir.ieiuan count y fi r -1G years, lie va.N lucirU-il t Kiixa J. I r-lu 1 in ls-l.i, which l.rc.veJ ic U- a liai'i-y wvilUxk, four clnuKhtvr- ami ll.in' s.'iis np the n-Mill. Ilia wile died in tla c In ist ian's fsithiiiMl jirec-c-ecleil him ten ) eat la t lie home ef t lie rc deemed. Shortly af t. r t he Ue: lit c.f his wile the den-eased became concerned al-out h.s own salvntioii and under the iriu-st ami e;.i.(ueiil uiini.-try of t lie llcv. liek llil!, he old lined a full and eonijilete reconcilia tion vcithliodthe l ather throiah ihe blood cf I lie at1111iT.il 10 , and like Timothy of A)ustolic inciitoi y, lio made a pun! profession before many witnesses, llesjieict nun h of his ti ne in jirayer an l sn ri t de et io:i, slrivim to make hU call iiii; and c lei . ion me. IU in-- Imhii cf GvkI, lHrn fioiu al'iivc, boi a 01 the si'irit, he had his conver siliiill in lii-ini li. lie olTen sjol.f t the wriU'r of chi- inii.e.i Ins w ili itmness 10 sacirifice his all for 1 he ma 1. i ' t .his.', llis i4reat emulation and desire .c , !l:.il l.i- !:IUren nliowereall ruem-1-ei s of the c i. u; eh, won. I rovo faithful to the cn i, ilia: th. y riiht oou!lri!e an unbroken f.unily in t!io jion.ei'f tin- ehst. May his desires be ftJliili'Vi u 1 el may they till in that grc-at day uuile :iii O.c (leu, nil a -soa.hiy and e hurt 11 of the tir.-l '-'i n in i h ti 1 1 li 1 1 i 1 i i i. tin i aimortal hyu.li of the at. A n I lines, has assed away ho lor seventy years had - -ii io.i-t i n'u;l, s ami haii t.tiio-d i'.-.tre att 1 comfort in and hone in the e hl i.stiau's it ,ih,-.. C .1(1. I.. WniTKMOEK. , Ti iin. i-i.. Inna aiuonu us, t I as-e 1 t nr. oh 1 .. i t-ai : li i i ; i-. w h the c i.i'i-I' tit I ii dealii. 1V.U '.IV 11 .111. I i your g;reK'er iei to Seliool- chie s in ! Ki e ll hel.1-11.11.: Ket a suj'p tiiJ bvl. icr Co., Meinpi.is and y. This itr.incl us by far tept. lo lm. if :1 r A F. I'M 1 l-jii mcU urn m Absolutely Pyre- This powder never varies. A marvel of purity", strength and wholesoiut'ness, More economical han lie ordinary kind and cannot be sold in competition v. ith the multitude of low test, short weight, ahun or phosphate powders. Sold only inoans. Roval Baking Powder Co., 0t "Wall St.. N. Y. THE niCTOABLE CUEZD. A Eemarkaole Statement from a Well-' krcTra Citizen cf Ecuth. Carolina. Cancer is hereditary in my fam ily, an aunt on each side having died from this dreadful disease. In each instance the cancer was loca ted in identically the same position that, mine first made its appearance just below the left eye and exten ding down the lett cheek bone and nose. It was attended' by the best physicians but the case grew worse under their treatment, and no hope of a cure could be given by (hem; they said: "I had better have my atlairs for this life and the next ar ranged, for the cancer was liable to strik a vital organ at any moment and at once bleed me to death." About this time, 1886, I met with Mr. Shirley, living near Due West, whose cancer was being rapidly cured by using, Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) I then gave up the doctors and all mediciues I hael heretofore been using ami commenceel tailing S. S. S. and after using the third bottle, I discovered the scab had fallen oil, and that those sharp darting pains, so characteristic of the cancer, hael ceased, and the discharge was very protusc. In a few days it bean to heal rapidly and soon dried up. Iy the time I had exhausted the fifth bottle there was nothing left but the scar where the cancer had been, and I was a well man. The cure effected in my case is considered by neigh bors a most remarkable one, and clearly demonstrates the fact that S. S. S. DOES CUIiE CANCER. Swift's Specific id a boon to sufler ing humanity, and all I ask is, that, those afflicted with cancer give it a trial, ami like myself wid be convinced of its virtuos.'' James lb Aknolu. Greenwood, S- C. Treatise on Cancer maiied free S WIFT SPECI FIC ( : ). , Atlanta, C-a. Menken's Urder Department Itesponding to the grow ins; require ments of our numerous patrons living oat side of Memphis, we have enlarged, reor ganized and improved oar "Order De partment," so that those residing at n distance shall have;the same advantages as if here in person. All goods, if returned in a reasonahh' time (say three clays after receipt), and in the same condition as when shipped, will he exchanged for any thing required, or the money paid will lie refunded, at pleasure of the purchaser. Freight will be prepaid on all orders amounting to So and except queensware, glassware and wheeled goods, suc h as ha hy buggies and vekici pedes. No goods will lie sent on approval but as above stated articles not natisfaetory can W exchanged or the money will be re turn ed. Yon know we keep every ready-made garment worn by men, women and chil dren, as well as the materials to make thcui. Yon can get a (silk diess or a bonnet, a suit of gents' or boys' clothing, a carpet in fact, everything; to wear or use in the liousehould. We have really thirty stores in one, and the management of the thirty costs very little more than the management of one, fo we are enable to sell at lower prices than others. Our standard always is, "Excellence." Note: S peeial eliscounts to minislcrs and teachers. All orders should be ad dressed to THE J. S. UESLEX COMPANY, Nes- 371, 373, 375, 377 and 379 Main Street, Hem phis. Electric Litters. This rcmeday is becoming sc well known and so popular as to need do special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sin; the same semg of praise. A purer meelicine tloes not exist and it is guaranteed to do all it ia claimed. Kleclric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidney8, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt rheum and oth er afreet ions caused by impure blood. Will elrive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malaria fevers. For cure of Headache, Constij a; ion and Indi jrestiou try Kleelrio Bitter;. Eutire autictuctiein -juarantecd or money refunded. Price 50 eta. and 51. 00 per bottle at Savage eV: Enierson's Drugstore. fji ill V 1 Ti.nTv y f ROYAL ?SSms P f ROYAl Llado Happy BY tfie cure of li.iiR-standi.ii; I.heuiiiailt-m ami I'iii-,, II. P. Greene, f Jolnwtuwn, Ohio, thns -writ, -is In reference to Ayt' Ban-it piuriliu: "For over ilfteeu years I su!.-ieit untold mls( ry from rl)'iiuv,tiin. ll-.y.-U-iauspie.er!-.i.i!, as v.-e.l as the various sjcfiiios, i.rovhiK or no avail, I iit length ci.nchnlftl to rive Aytr's Sar snparilla a prsi.-.t.-.t trlul. 1 have used iu all about ei'itc'-it 1.. of the -iir,-::'.t-t 'j '-. txpt:ns' fif your With what I ITK'f. !!;!. lir-.'i ;: : : vciiarev-'-. I . id me lw d t s Sar I' ;:!.. V( ., !.o ('. M:.ss. To e xpel mosquitoes, take of gum j camphor a piece about one-third the size of a heirs eger, and evapor ate it by placing it in a tin vessel and holding it over a lamp, taking care that it does not ignite. The smoke will soon fill the room and expel the mosquit'-es, ondthey will not return, even though the windows should be left open a!! night. The Doctor. Sherrcaa's llaehinerr Karca. Kied renders li-Un to my music, J t 1 not of wo; Ti- ef a lirm I hat lees for side, Things that !re useful, not for show. With price.- t'.ou will icuke you stare, for people iif limited mean.-', Engines an.! P.i .ili.rs,llic.' finest macheR'S Which any hy f an ha.id le, rccpiirin the kast Hi care. ('ttnii liin-and Presses; Saw Mills Sorghum t"" And the hest of intii wlio will explain What eaeh mac hine 11111 do. Call once, and von vi;l he convinced that know what to do. Kail ways, 1, C, and M. e: O., the T. M. as well. I5rin people here from tar and, near Who .straightway to N, S. Sherman go The '.o'eat machinery man whom evt ry l.dy knows. You may iro io other places and fare w 1 irse, That I leave you n detenn'm; Ihit if yon wash to save money in visur pnr-e. Call rm N. S. Si lermau. Seli'-containod eiiirines and two. date steel boilers, the ili.q,r.i and Hie be--t. Saw mills, mni mills, cot ton gins and A- ia king presses, steam pumps, inspirators, sight-feed lubricators, b-dting, engine trim mings and repairs of a!i kinds. Write for prices: Works North of Union Depot on I. '. aud M. cV (). II. J vs., Jackson, Tcnn. anr2o )u 'D ') VO! outy, iv heiv the wo rds of Lord Wellington to his y.-;di-r.s just before the bait !e of Waterloo and I j , i ! T M.i t History io.is. n.io v ue;i iney oiieyeii. The same advice; t:.:;:i:t p.roperf v be fiiven ti every n;:in a) this tune. There are man' men who would do their whine duty in time ' war or great need, but when there is no such iri' tit .)('( n..ion, nl"et tl eir plain fi;, i;i!e ilu'ies to tlieir cjd, their families and I hemselvt s. It is not, for waul of hon.irnor !.-e aiise they !o not love their families, hut from pure neglect; as an instance statistics compiled by tlse national authorities show that more deaths result from ho.vel complaints than any other one cause, except const ni pt ion. vet not more than one (a n- ily in six are provided with medi cines that will relieve or cure 'die diseases. It is the duty of every man to protect their fa, .lilies, and they are certainly at heart jjruilty of crnnnal carclcsne.-.s if they neglect to do so. No one can plead pov erty in this iiislanee. as the 1 est remedy there is for the purpose o.ily cost, but 25 cent.-,. The article we reier to is Cha m berlain's Colic, Cholera and )iairlm.i Uemedy. Jt is a eel tain cure 1 or cramps, colic, eholc r;i inorbus.dysentery.iliiirrhnja, hloo dv ilnx, chole-ra in'antum, y.nd liovol complaint in .-ill its forms. .Sold Py all druggists. TIi3 Farmers Iiterest Vvre want to increase our subscrip tion list of the Southern Merchant eV Farmer to 100,000. In order to do so we are giving away FBEE ore of our Farmers Climax Bargain Boxes, which e'emfains one Gobi Plaited Watch Chain with charm attached, one Gold plate linger ring I Gold p'ate collar button, r Key King, i silver plated Thimble, i l'kge. assorted .Needles, r Button Hook, four extra shoe buttons, I Fair Cull' Buttons, - Dv.. Safety Fins, 0 Fishing IJooks and one four mile puz.'e whistle. A Sample box which contains all of the above and the Southern Mer chant ami Farmei will be sent to any adelress, postage pai 1 on receipt of the sma!l subscription price oi 5(1 cents. Send iv registered letter. Postal Note or .Money Order, Can have either Watch Chain or a Necklace with locket. Address all letb rs to Edw. BUHEL 8c CO . 10 and 12 W Court Street, :,n;il PHIS, TEeiU. We will send the! Kmliiern Mer chant ami banner on trial lor three months and one (.-rochet set, con taining t wo steel ami one bone cro chet hooks in neatly painted wood en case, a regular lady's c-mpsnio,. ami worth three tunes tin amount tor Te n Ct nis in silver. .Sub-e;-i he at (tree. RUg-Jd-Jo). A jsoox j ii i: m; i.'.'Z.vc; m o.i,i. it Ult-re 1 ;i,i, - , In.. IMt trv in.-n' ti.ere are a;-., linn , that trv i -un'.-n's . oi-.. woman - . ha u i ,':,t i,.n in ,,,.u, r:tl i- io,,r.- .1. ! ... than item - -i,,- Ti- sj.iri.ii lulu I i..us .,f a I it r more oeii. u .-hai-.c-ier. w i.i, It ri-n.l. -r lo r luu. ii lot re li.il,i,-i. i. t:m. inem no,! ,"(i-. -ts.j aUtj n ..it li ri .ji, !-,. lucc.-h more skilll'cil and i-inii,! tr--,tl uielii. N eia -s ot i i-.-iises tost a pii v-it i nt -sk:11 era iunijim-' eiii.-a-. y more s.-it r.'iv than Ft'itui:.' I'i-. n-es. i, nicoi. ine la- t-n-r ' proved ?'-OT-e siu f. --i i. i in 1 1:.-t-tii i, oi -.j, ij .j;-..-jS( . ihitit lV-ru-lca. Iu Heat niosi tr i in; of p.-riod-. hi. h every n . il.i i.-a.;--d unman nm-i pa l h t .m-li, 1'..-rti-na ha- pr..v- i a inn- l.o..o i., ih,- -x. . had l-eo.'l a trr. a I ' 1. :! r.-r I-.r t r.-.- ears."' rito. Mrs. S. r-iiiil !,. 01 11 .ii-viiie, l'a. "I had L'iw-ii up :,;! hope win ii I ...luiiteiH ed t:'.kins IV-ru.ii.i a..d Man-a-lm. I am as m, iliei-vu in mv lm-, lieijiilau- the ll. wt 1- wiih M tn-a-l.u. l . i 1 y .-Mivar't- k i-aiersen. Four Years Ago, pKRTIUKS Xrs. Caroline A. Oariauit. "f Deerti-'ld. X. U-, (formerly of Lowell. Masa.) : ' 1 t aaiictud witli sult-rlium, the itcliinj; iK-in sv incessant as to seriously interfere v itli sit-ep. l'ainf u! scrofulous seres appeared on my neck and the upper part of my arms, and from there the liimior went to my eyea. My ap petite beinR poor, my health rapidly failed. I la gan to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and before 1 had finished ten hottles I regained my appetite, iidi roved RTCatly in strenih, and was perma nently enred. 1 coiisit'.er that what I spent for this roetiieiue was well invested. The Sar- saparii ia lia indeed done me lliealenliah ood." 1'jire ?1 ; six bullies, $5. 'Worth $5 a bottle. lea l r-. IB, THATiEIG, till MAXVFACTCaiKli JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. o A o Solid gold and diamond goods of all kinds. American and Swiss watches of every description. Kepairinj of line watches ami jewelry specialties by expert workmen. Spectacles to suit all eyes. If j'oti cannot see at nicht, Thayer's line pcbhle spectacles will restore your lost vision an.l you can see as well as in childhood, llepaiiing of broken spectacles and working over old gold and silver specialties. Everything guaranteed as leprcsented. J tt.u,a tt vitSlitit. iiii 4i.jf.to m SPOKES WANTED! Highest market price paiil in CASH lor Oak, and Hickory Spoke Tim ber. Correspondence So 1 iei ted. JACOB VEIS & CO. Jacksoni Tenn TIPTOIT Female Seminary, GOViNGTGN, TENNi 1 UK KAI.1. SESSION WILL BEGIN MOXJAV, Autjttst SGtJi. Tei itu jit i w -."inn t.f twenty weeks, payable one half in advance. I'l iiiiavv popart iiient A o:i -tnn it 1 opart itirnt Colt ft into 1'opnrt inent Music, lnstrmnent.il Music, Vocal 1'se oi Instrument c 'alisi benic-s 1 lu-ii ien tnl ex pe uses fii.no 15.0ft 17.00 20.00 20.00 ..: 5.0c 2.ro 1.00 : EO. I). HOLMES, Prinoiiwl. CHANGE OF LOCATION. Wo bavo so 1.1 t.ur business at. Pocahontas to M. ssrs. Iloiisl.-y A: Niinn and ask thcjse who are indebted to us 10 coine forward and settle as ear ly as possible. The IwMiks can he found at the old stand, and in our absence the above gentle men are aut not lzou lo receipt tor us. To our toriu cv customers we let urn thanks. Respectfully Irby & Powell We have purchased the saloon of Mr. J. T. Ilutls.,11, at Mitltlleton, and respectfully ask a share of pul.Iie patr..nage. We will keep on hand a weij selt.-eiett stot-k ol tine lu-nors, Wine's, ate., ami. guarantee sal isncetiou. reespectlully Ikiiy .Sc. Carl.iv. Middleton, Tenn., Sept. 6th. liSSU. 4t Non-Sesideat Notice In tlie County Court of Hardeman Ciurity, Tenn. IV in. A. Low el al vs. Neal II. Hull, anil wife Petition In sell lautl for partition No. l.tij II. 1. In Siii.-t-.iuso, it appeitrin fr-! t!ie pc-titic?n wliii-h i:- -worn lo that the tietV.iidaiits, Seal H. Noll ;fhl wile, Sallie I. ifolL are non-rosi-ients ot llo' Sin to of Tenueswee, it is orderetl that, puh 1 ic-ti 1 it hi In' made for four sueeessive weeks in the Houvaii Mri.i.KTis, a newspaper published at Ilolivar, Tt'iinessect, retjtiiriniJ: saitl non-resitlent tietfii'laiits to entt-r their appearance herein by or '.vitliin thv fust three days of the eictotier term l.-s'.t ol the County Court of Hardeman county, Tonne-see to ho held at the court house, fn lltili v.tr on .lloiniay, the Ttli d ay of ectolKr, 1K.SII, and plead, answer or demur to the petition in this cause of the same will be taken for confessed as to tiiem ami set for hearing ex arte. This the -llii day of September W. W. FARLF.y.C. M. Noo.l .V Mc-Xeal. Solieilctrs for l'etilioiiers. Vviien You so to McmpTiis onsr 1 It you wish anything in the Photograp"h line. Special! of Children, Family ; roups and Life Size Photograph. Old Pictures e:opied to any size. J) UJVCAJT HOTEL, Wldtcinlle, Tain. S. X. BUXCAN, : : I'rtyrtelor. Now, r ,.n, iitftdioos jirid eonvetiiently located. Table supplied with t ho best the market affords. Special attention paid It. the traveling -u blic. Send Your Order FOK- SASH, DOORS, ISLIXDS. ('EI LING, STDl.NG, FI.OOitLNU, AND Finishing Lumber. SASH and DOORS made to 0RDFR, tc ri nikk. it Ui few. f S J OXJAI A LL HOUSE, (irmtd Junctio)it Tenn. Ml IS. XAXX1E TUCKER. Prqr. 1 .,!,n,.ah ,kw w-a tabu ur.t-d. . : ttu.tiva givca w tu- traveling ,.ubuct ti -LiJUiii -MANUFACTUKE ents, Awnings Write 294 rcnat St. -South west era-: SHEFFIELD SAW WOEZS. FACTOEIES, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA -MANUFACTURERS OF- IIIGIIEST GKi.DE CIRCULAR, CROSS CUT, AND UANU SAWS. We have at Memphis the largest stock of Circular anil Cross Cut Saws, Belt in Files, Pat kin:; ami 'II kind of Mill Supplies to be found in the South. Also well equied shop for Uep iii in:; all k io.i s ol saws. Write for Catalogue and prices. se).i 'ii-:fni LEDDIFS BUSINESS COLLEGE, 38 3Xtiiii t., FOUNDED IN 1251 QVffi A Tliousands of Students in lmsiness. No finer Penmanship in the South. Col ton l'.ook keeping a Specialty. Shorthand and Typewriting by mail. Write fur Cm n Inn ami specimen of penmanship. W. T. WATSON, L. L. P., 1'ivsi l. nl. sept20-lm MPTPP TTTTT5TVTTWTTJT5T n 201 Main St . Llcmpliis Tenn. FUBNITUEE, GARPET8, STOVES, ETC. TIkj Chen j ofct ilocise ia the Southwest, Wholesale ;in 1 Ret;ti!. ders solicited. I'roiapt atfentiou fiven to same. M. S. 2,'EELY, Prcst. A. E. McGAltltY, Gen. Man. V. P. C ' ' soutliern Engine 5 Boiler Ytf orKs jaokson", x'nijsrnsr. (Successors to SIIEHM.1N MFG. CO.) ."!, -ihrJi: gwyx . CO JIN M 1 L LS, ALL KINDS OF. FITTINGS KEPT CONSTANTLY IN STOCK. II F.P 1 1:1 N A SPECIALTY. BOLIVAR MULE Al FEMALE INSTITUTE. ot:e2s:t TEHivi: ohpets gept. 2. 1039. location lieaitliy. Tcnna reasonable, and a 3 moilorate :is the rxponsrs ot a first class school will justify. Board cheap. Full corps of lc h-Ik is. Course of fcludy thoroui-h. For further particulars a-Mrcs-i. J. D. CASHELBKKUY, IJ. -S. l'riu J'olivar, 'IVnii. Tin. Coiiimc-rcI.il Department of the SouthwPKtern P.iitist TJnivc iity is mIkiiiI t i c upon the seeond year of itc extHtence and it alTonln v. mneli pleasure tn aiin.emif I., that tliis department, which at first was only an experiment, lias, after :i trial of n a year, proven to be .1 sweeesj'. OCIi AlOTTf): If ihe rouyhnef-p, nealmw and dispatch. OIIK AIM: In to fit yotrfor the important duties of the office and sale -.ni-iiii i'i fchortet-t time and at the least expense. The Principal of thin department han had nine yeart experience as a l. -n her an I years experie nc e n a practical liook -keeper, whicn will not only en i'ih him to I,' n ii ali alwmt the theorv of the ncienee, but give you entriei and cite ca;i n .l t !. f . in any Text JJook. For Catalogue giving full ihforiiiation ml lrei I I.C JA.MESON, .Ttr?ltwnt T-iii SOUTHERN TENNESSEE NORMAL COLLEGE. MINERAL WATER PURE AIR! MORAL INFLUENCES! This institution i Jocaiod near the Ew-iary Mineral 8prini;t :iote.l f-r I In ir raw nitdii ir.al o,c.rlu?, Inin four miles Soulh of I'ocah'.sit'is, ll.tr i m m Cci.. 'IVnn. Il i.-i CL-div rt-nchod from all narU of the country y r: I ! 1 ' latot method.- nsc-d. All branches I -cfntific, Ktsglirli, JJtisuiCKS and Muwc .8 to 10 per month. Juition rcavitiable. Annual ncs-um ci!.d. ) ,1 er 10th, 1880, coiif inuvs ten monlhe. For full particular.- ad.lr. j FREED, I'rincipal. D. S. KELMS, Associate, l'ocaiiontas, Tcnn. n -r- w U-Hr OILS, RAILWAY AMD MSLL Teather anel Gum P.ohinr- M:i 11a, S'isal, ... : ; :ui- , Fit. :t.rs, ! '.V'asie, i. Kt'iofiug il-. Mill s. an.l ev- TarriHl and Wire Hope, Tackle, V. her Hose ami Packing, Gss I'i; - tings, Pipe Tons, Lnhiie.itoi Steam Ganges, Water U.nijrps. ' I'lteh, I'ine lar; Kosin, Coul i';i I'nper, Roofing Paints, Tam il I' Lanuis. l'aints. Varnishes, llrn.-li. lerything that n Mill uses. and Tarpaulins. for Prices, mempi-iis, a?jnasrT. Viaik. ran oh H oiise . : Mcinphi!;!, Town. OUARTEH OF A CSSTU -:o:- Trial cti - .i)::t)-:;.ii MANl I-.c-l'l'I;i:i.'S or Engines and Boilers SHAFTING AND PULLS YD. Soitsn Bins and Presses. taught. Paeparatorv, tenc L : ' couif-CB, all thorough. 1 ' nt.-r Vt i'i ',r!v Hi.