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The Bolivar Bulletin. , fSJi'm
"Tennessee furnished to the. Con
federate army two Lieutenant Generals,-
eight Major Generals, thirty
one Brigadier Generals.
"Tennessee furnished the follow
ing soldiers to the Confederate
army: Eighty-four regiments and
five batalliona of infantry, twenty
two regiments and seventeen batal
lions of cavalry, Twenty batteries of
artillery and four partisan compa
nies, making approximately 113,000
soldiers, out of a total of 600 000
soldiers i;i the Confederate army.
representative. "iNumDer oi Uoiitenerate dead
We are authorized to announce n. E. carter buried in Tennessee. 11.782. These
as a candidate for reelection to the Legislature dead n3Ve been gathered toother
from TTardpmftn Pniintv !..;. - uA . ! I I o
" " "J-"-' " lUU Ui I ,1 .L,' T,. 1 I 1 f. L
the Democratic parly. auu iuc gio aie luuira aner u
the worm not lennessee. Uf course,
float Eli. there are a number of others in nri
We are authorized to announce J. A. DEM IXG. vn to aravpranla anil mnntr 5r
-mvw u-u m BAA MKT U UU
Hugh Williams, Editor.
Friday, May 20, 1904.
Sheriff S. T. SMITH.
Trcstei-T. F. BISHOP.
CoxGRKas M. R. PATTERSOX.
the Twenty-fourth Floterial District, composed of
the counties of Cliester, Hay wood and Hardeman,
subject to ihe action of the Democratic Party.
"In recognition of the bravery,
endurance, self sacrifice and devo
tion of the Confederate soldier,
seventeen raouuments have been
dedicated, and contracted for at
places in the State. -
"There are iu Tennessee the fol
lowing ontedera'.e organizations,
Senator Bate s defeat in David- whose duties are to keep fresh the
HARVIIXE & JONES CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Produce, Etc., Etc.. Etc.
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Roferences Hibernian Banking Association. All Commercial Agency Books.
TJnivei-sity of Iissiipii.
Freight, Express and
Telegraph Station is
Free Trip to the Worlds9 Fair, St. Louis.
WE HAVE DECIDED TO GIVE A FREE TRIP TO THE MOST
POPULAR LADY IN THE COUNTY.
SUH00L OF CHEMISTRY.
R. W. Jones, M.A., L.L.D.,
Prof es r.
Eugene Campbell, M.A.,
West Crawford all right, but
he was forced to line up with the
wrong crowd, hence was defeated.
son was, perhaps, a blessing in dis
guise it put his friends on their
mettle in other parts of the State.
memory of our sainted dead to re
vere the altars of the Old South
to care for our indigent, maimed
and decrepit soldiers and their fam
Hies," and to teach the world the
history of a people who went to
war for liberty and not for pelf
Eighty six camps United Confeder
ate Veterans, forty bivouacs o
Confederate soldiers, most ot which
are also camps; forty-six chapters
Shelby county, be it said to her United Daughters of the Confeder
The "outs" in Memphis are in
debted principally to Senator Bate
for their recent victoiy. His good
name and fame landed them safely.
everlasting credit, goes on record
for the return ot William B. Bate
to the United States Senate. By so
doing she has covered herself all
over with glory, and has practically
put Mr. McMillin out of the race.
acy, ana tnirty-six camps United
Sons of Confederate Veterans."
Convention Ticket Plans Outlined
In the course of a personal con
versation recently, Judge Par
ker, of New York, a prominent can
didate for the democratic nomina
tion for President, thus expresst
The seating capacity of the Col
lseum for the Democratic National
Convention has been fixed at 10,840,
which includes delegates, alternates,
representatives of the press, iovited
guests, officials of the convention
and the general public who will be
, admitted by ticket.
iriOf'T QTronnromonffl f rr
himself concerning the Southern the oreanizati(m 'f convention are
people: "They are a great people; in the bands of VV. A. De Ford, of
they are the countrymen of Wash- Kansas, who has established head
ington, Jefferson, Madison, Jackson quarters at Hotel Jeffersou, repre-
and Lee. Their courage and their XT . bln . " .
t , .. , National Committee and more par-
j ucvci iaicu. uey tlcularlv actios for C. A. Walsh.
nave cnaugea velvet tor homespun secretary of the committee.
and endured the pinch of honorable Ihe Committee on Arrangements
poverty, and are just now beginning Pf lbe National Committee will
to reap the reward of their great
meet at Hotel Jefferson May 23, at
whifth t.imft mnnv tlptaila rf tlit nnn-
B;UIBM; i uave iiupnuu lanu m yention will be settled. After that
their ability to solve rightly and I date four rooms on the second floor
righteously the difficult problems J of the Hotel Jefferson will be occu
with which they are confronted, Pied a3 headquarters for those in
and I believe it is the duty of their
countryman at the North to permit
them to solve those problems un
molested by irritating political in
terference from the outside."
Senatorial Committee Meeting.
active charge ot the pre convention
Contracts were let last week for
the badges for the delegates and of
ficials and for the tickets of ad
mission. Both were let by bid.
A Chicago firm will furnish the
tickets and a New York concern has
the contract for the badges.
In all the badges, the nag idea
will be followed. Por the dele
gates and alternates a metal cross
and guests will be used.
The Democratic Senatorial Com
mittee for the Twentv-sixth Sena
torial District of Tennessee, met in will support a bar upon which will
the courthouse in Jackson, Tenn., be inscribed the name of the Stale
on Saturday, May 14th, 1904, for The flag forms a background for
the purpose of selecting the time the metal pari of'the badge. Spe-
and manner of nourinatinr? a demo - cial designs for the various officials
cratic candidate for State Senator
from said district with tha follow
A. P. Lashlee, committeeman
from Benton County.
W. K. luten, committeeman
from Decatnr County.
. C. A. Miller, committeeman
from Hardeman County.
will be made for
wording newspaper men, who will
be seated in "correspondents" sec
tions 1 and 2. Seats are provided
for 350 additional newspiper meu
who will occupy "press" sections 1
i a rT"
ana -z. ine arena noor win ue so
arranged that the delegates, in num-
J. C. Houston, committeeman her 950, will be seated directly in
from McNairv Countv. front of the platform. Behind
O. L. Barlow, committeeman tnem will be the UoO alternates.
r IT 1 - I ItllftklA. lin ii !r ilM .. C l( 11 n.ll "
irom 11 arUlIl VOUUty . ij.-uii.ugi uata n in uc iwu gucoi
The committee was called to or- sections iu which will be accommo-
derbvA. P. Lashlee, of Benton dations for COG.
County. The more prominent guests and
J. C. Houston, of McNairv tae party leaders will have 6eats on
County, and C. L. Barlow, of liar- the platform where there will be i
din County, were elected chairman places for 434.
and secretary, respectively, of the 4-u-
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Ass't Pruf. Chemistry.
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tFor The Money
Also carry in stock a large line of SADDLES, BRIDLES
HARNESS, WHIPS, LAP ROBES, Etc., which are offered
for sale cheap. Call and inspect stock before buying. We
will make it to your interest to deal with us..
j Shop and Repository, South
( side square, fleeiy ijuiiamg
All Kinds of Repairing )
Done on Short Notice.
as the greatest criminal lawyer of
his day, was born and reared to
manhood amid the sparkling fount
ains, limpid streams and vine clad
hills of the old North State.
James K. Polk and Andrew
Johnson, two of our greatest Presi
dents, were-boru and reared to man
hood in that land of heroes, states
men and eminent jurists.
The opinions of Chief Justice
Raffin, of the Supreme Court ot
North Carolina, are quoted by the
highest courts of England as author-1
ity on Common Law questions.
In the war between the Slates
North Carolina, with a voting pop
ulation of only 112,000, furnished
125,000 soldiers, and her eon won
imperishable glory on every battle
field from Manassas to Appomattox
Three-fourths of the battle-scarred
votprium uhn witii streamniji eves
,v-uu-' - o m
and choked utterance bade farewell
to Gen. Lee at Appomattox, and re
turned in gloom and sadness to their
rlpsnlaied homes, were North Car
olinians. All honor to tne out
North State. States Graphic.
North Prewitt, south 1. C. R. R.
east 1. j. li. it.., west iuoore Heirs
Block No. 14 valued at $200 00.
North Southern Railway, south
Madison Street, east rront Street,
west Walnut Street, Block 28 val
ued at 150.00.
North Madison Street, south
Washington Street, east llairis
Street, west Fayette Couuty line,
Block 74 valued at $150.00.
North Madison Street, south
Washington Street, east Walnut
Street, west Harris Street, Block
75 valued at ;150.00.
J. W. Moore; north Prewitt,
south Ferguson, east Public Koad,
west 1 rewitt, GO acres valued at
Fire at Jackson.
A destructive fire visited Jackson
Thursday afternoon of last week,
destroying the Hurt Block and the
Griffin Livery Stable, entailing a
loss of over $25,000.
In the Hurt building, a three story
brick, was located the furniture
The boxes will seat Utore of Whitelaw Bros., the offices
of the Postal and Western Union
The eeneral tickets of admission Telegraph Companies, Elks Lodge
It was then ordered by the com- will be for the balcony and gallery. Room, and the law offices of Bui-
mittoa Ihof a rlolparaterl f.nnvpntinn I 111 me UaiCOUV Will Ue 4.4UU RPfliS I lOC'K Ou 1 im !ena lie. i- . uiiiuuic
be held on Tuesday, the 23rd day and the gallery will have places for and Lycurgus McCoy
of August. 1904, at Camden, Tenn., '-Vs.
to nominate a democratic candidate U nder arrangements as they stand
for State Senator, from the Twenty- at present each member of the Na
sixth Senatorial District, the dele- tional Committee wili have at his
gates to be selected by the demo- disposal one box and ten general
aumissiou tickets. Ji,acn delegate
will have his own ticket of' admis
crats of each county, under the Sen
atorial Committeman for each coun
ty. O. L. Barlow, Sec't'y.
WAR RECORD OF TENNESSEE.
At the recent meeting of the
State convention of Tennessee di
vision, United Daughters of the
Confederacy, held at Paris, an in
teresting and historical paper was
read by Mrs. John P. Hickman,
secretary of the Tennessee division,
from which me make the following
"Battles fought upon the soil of
Tennessee from 1861 to 18C5, 322,
the most conepicuous of which were:
Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Murfrees
boro, Hartsville, Parker's Cross
Roads, Thompson's Station, Hoo
ver's Gap, Missionary Ridge, Knox
ville, Fort Pillow, Memphis Frank
lin, Nashville. Independent of the
above, a part of the battle of
Chicamauga was fought on Tennes
see Soil, in which more men were
killed and wounded, for the forces
engaged, than at any battle of the
war, the Confederates losing 1 7,804,
the Federals 15,851, the Confeder
ate loBaes being the greater, as they
sion and three Reueral tickets in ad
dition. Each alternate will have
one ticket. The seats for guests
will be in the hands of the Subcom
mittee on Arrangements. This
plan leaves about one-half of the
general admission tickets undisposed
of, but the committee at its meeting
on May 23, will fully determine tha
final plan of distribution.
An Historic State.
On the first Monday in June
St. next, at the courthouse door
in Bolivar, Hardeman Coun
ty, I will offer for public sale
all the real estate belonging
to delinquent tax payers for
Tiiekb are many interesting facts the year 1903. The follow-
in the history of old North Carolina, IS a list OI SUCH aeiin-
some of which shed a sheen of glory quentS, tlie UlStriCt 111 WHICH
over the native heath of the tar te property is siiuaieu ana
heel and the persimmon eater. the number of acres Jn each
North Carolina, solitary and tract:
alone, declared her independence District No. 1 Ed Glover;
and defied the British power, by the bounded on the north by Smith,
adoption of the Mecklenburg Reso- south McDonald east Hill land,
lutions, months before the other Ld at 150 00.
colonies took any decisive action. w .,... :Pa
Chief Justice Haywood, of Ten-I th ' ek . L c. R. R.f
nessee, who was regarded by the we8t cemetery, 8 acres valued at
Supreme Uourt of the United States 1200.00.
Sam Powell, colored; north Man
son Estate, south Elliolte, east Pub
lie Road, west Elliotte, 1 lot valued
Jonn Scott, colored; north Rober
son, south Joy, east Joy, west 1. C.
R. R., 1 lot valued at $500 00.
North Roberson, 60uth Block 5,
east Joy Street, west I. C. 11. R
two-thirds block 2, valued at
S. S. Wallace, colored; north
Gooden, south Roberson, east
Prewitt & Hurst, west Public Road,
1 lot valued it $75.00.
District No. 4 Mrs. Martha
Brown Estate; north Gilchrist,
south Murphy, east Brown, west
Kellar, G2 acres valued at $150.00
John Harris, colored; north Nor-
inent, south Street, east Allen, west
Norment, 1 lot valued at $70.00.
District No. 5 Peter Barker;
north Seddens, south Franklin,
east Webb, "west tranklin, 137
acres valued at $400.00.
Lizzie Trent, colored; north Bills,
south Carter, east Ramsey, west
Wilkinson, 1 lot valued at $100.00.
District No. 7 Peter Sexton Es
tate; north Turner, south Neely,
east Fentress, west James, lpGacies
valued at $200.00.
District No. 8 D. P. Pipkin;
north Sain, south L-imbert, east
Guinn, west Cox, 185 acres valued
District No. 17 J. B. Burnett;
north Cartwright, south Brown,
east Cartwright, west Rogers, one
half acre valued at $25.00.
W. O. Bufford; boundaries not
given, 1 lot valued at $50.00.
Mrs. Ellen Block; north Rogers,
south Douglas, east Tipler, west
Rogers, one-half acre valued at
Lncinda Phillips; north Avent,
south Avent, east Godsey, west
Rogers, 1 acre valued at $100.00,
This Free Trip embraces railroad fare to and from and .11 expenses, such as
hotel bills, entrance fees, car fare, etc., into the Fair Grounds absolutely free
lor seven days stay in the city.i tor every dollar s worth purchased, either
in cash or monthly payments, (either at Bolivar or Crainesville) you are en
titled to one vote for your lady friend &mhmi jt
3ES3S:"SliS& 02Bte3E---The Peters Shoe Co., whose Shoes we handle
exclusively, have a Shoe Factory in operation in the World's . Fair Grounds. By arrange
ment vith them, we will have thm prepare an especially fine pair of Shoes, to be given
to the young lady receiving the next largest number of votes.
To those living east of Hatchie River will say, Mr. Herron, who is managing our
Crainesville store, will politely wait on 3'ou and will give a ticket with every dollar's
worth of goods purchased, and upon return of it to him will properly record and account
for every vote We have at Holivar and Urainesville tlie largest and most complete stocks
of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, ever carried before at GUARANTEED PRICES.
Begin at once. A list of votes will be published each week until Saturday night,
September 17th, when this contest closes and the award will be made.
JACOB KAHN, President.
J. Hi: AVENT, Vice-President.
Hardeman County Savings Bank.
JN0. V. WRIGHT, Cashier.
L. M. LEE, Cashier.
:Grand Junction, Tenn.
J. A. Foster, J. M. Avent, J. A. Barrett, R. M. Red fear n, G. A. Black, Jr., E. L. Boyle,
A. S. Anderson, D. M. MeAnulty, J. S. Falls, Felix Pope, J. J. Neely,- Jno. V. Wright,
Jacob Kahn, S. II. Jones, R. C. Wilkinson.
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CnniiaM a t?rifpal rSanhinn cJfiitincM. cn1cuctfrtiaid
01 awiti (ccounU. -ptflten you wtili fa make a jOefoo-Sit,
when you wtili to Sell u Jfote, or- wlieii ijou wUh to Sornom Jilon-
er tall on - i&li'eZu Safety fitccauiion uSed fan ptoteeiion of
funds enUuSted ta uS. uoui' buSuieSS Solicited.
G. T. INGRAM, President.
W. C. D0RI0N, Cashier.
JNO. L. MITCHELL, Ass't Cashier.
Oiipitnl Stock IPaia in, 30,000.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. J
Will buy rent notes and other notes, stocks, bonds and other negotiable securities.
Money to loan on reasonable terras on approved personal security, collateral and
real estate. -
It is our aim to afford our depositors every convenience for the transaction of their
business, and to look carefully after the interests of all our patrons.
A majority of our stock is owned and the Bank is controlled by home business men.
We have a fire-proof brick vault, in which we have a solid steel safe, with steel
burglar chest, with time lock attachment.
Member of the American Bankers' and of the Tennessee Bankers' Associations.
Insured against buiglary.
Special attention given to collections and remittances made promptly at lowest rates.
YOUK 15 IV It BUSINESS SOLICITED.
DIRECTORS G. T. Ingram, H. W. Tate, W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage, Jno. P. Douglas, Jno. L.
Mitchell, W. C. Dorion.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Call at Bank for Terms.
I Will overcome mligestmn ami
irlrsnpnsia: regulate tlie bovtew auo
cure liver an l Kiiney compamw.
It is the best blood eoricber an I iu
vigorator in the world. It U pure
ly vegetable, perfectly harmless,
and should you be a sufferer from
disease, you will use it if you are
It. N. Andrews, Editor and Mgr.
Cocoa and Kockledge News, Cocoa.
i Fla , writes: "I have ued your
Herbine in ray family, and find it a
most excellent medioinB. Its effects !
"R - "NT MTTnTTFTT. TrmtPP uPon myself have beeu a marked
it. IN. MllOH-blill, lniSiee. b;nefiL I reCommend it uuhebita-
J. P. Mitchell, Deputy Trustee tingly." 50c at Cox & Co'a.
Mrs. S. F. Willis; north Manson,
south ICogers, east Webb, we8t
Whitley, 1 acre valued at $500,00.
. Mrs. Clara Knass; north Foster,
soutbr" Webb, east Webb, west
Polks, 200 acres valued at $ 100.C0.
District JNo. 18 J. G. Granger;
north Mayfield, south May field, east
Bray, west Bills, 130 acres valued;
To cold draughts of air, to keen and
cutting winds, sudden changes of
temperature, scanty clotling, undue
exposure of the throat and neck
after public speaking and singing,
bring ou coughs and colds. Bol
lard's Ilorehound Syrup is the " best
Mrs. A. Barr, Houston, Texas,
writes, Jan., 31, 1902: "One bot
tle of Ballard's Ilorehound . Syrup
something that is bred right and at cured me of a very bad cough. It is
the right price, come and see or very pleasaut to take." 25c, 50c,
write, J. P. Mitchell, Bolivar, .fci.oo. Sold by Cox & Co.
I am now offering for sale some
nice Pigs from my herd of Register
ed Poland China Hogs. If you want '
n 'i..'iWSa?wK: -l'-'''-'