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Published at Sequachee, Tenn.
HILL & SON.
EDITOH3 & PUBLISIIEUS.
Subscription, 50 Cents per Year.
Entered in the PostoflVe at Seqnachee
as Second Class Mail matter
. There are plenty of acres of
land to be bought and Borne very
cheap. Our advice is dont buy
in a hurry, don't buy too much,
don't buy what you can not pay
fur, and don't take anybody's ad
vice unless your investigation
proves it to be true.
THURSDAY, JAN 30. 1896
THE RIGHT WAY.
Tho case of a young woman
in Mmarock N. Y.. being found
to have died from starvation, af
ter having vainly tried to get
bread by her pen from the so
called enterprising American
journali and magazine?, empba-
sizes the fact that to the young
man or woman without influence
ithe chance for starvation is often
C. N. Maxwell, Co. F 3rd Me.
and Co. G. 17th Mo., Mentone,
Ala, says: "Allow me thr mgh
The National Tribune to cautlin
comiadea coming South. North- all they have.
em peple coming down here could not earn bis suit.
are generally asked much more farther encouragement we refer
for all property than its market to the advertisement of the
value. I have known them to Youth's Companion, in which
pay more tha'n twice the 'amount they boastincriv refer to Kinglets
it had been held at. Several aud QrKenleUand a long list f
have bought here lately, and
many more have been here and
expressed themselves well pleas
ed, nnd say they are coming back
with their friends. Newcomers
Bhould always consult Northern
Eeople here and investigate well
efore buying. The prospect oi
a large emigration and the tak
ing of options will raise price&
somewhat, but the first comeis
will find some excellent bargains.
Our Comrade Maxwell talks
right. Cupidity exists in the
South as anywhere else, and
the Yankee simon pure, cau be
ouigenernled every time on a
land trade. It is not unusual for
unctious, oily church dignitaries
to ask a hundred per cent more
tor their land than what they un
willingly pay taxes ou, and the
seller always has the best, grand
est, richest, aud only consents to
part with it to accommodate,
aud so the trades go on iu this
laud of promise, We wish it was
more reality and less promise.
One thiug is certain, no matter
how good the cleared lands are
that which is not cleared can be
made as good if not better than
that already cleared. Most of
the land in northwestern Ala
bama, Georgia and East Tennesi
see has been cleared in the last
fifty years, and the thousands of
acre yet to be developed are of
the same pattern.
We don't want any of onr
comrades stuck and we say to
them, boys, don't burn your
bridges and cut off your retreat
until you examine thoroughly
and see for yourselves, The
couutry is good enough and there
is no occasiou for misstate-
ment. What yf.u und out tor
people who live supported by the
people as temp'oytd by them
The Ladies dome Journal is
running the same way.
If it h wrong to employ con
victs against freejabor, it h1
ought to be wrong to employ
royal paupers to write stories to
he rend by free Ann ricau child
ren aud let native talent starve.
' The sad bereavement, of Edi
tor. Baker of the Republican in
the loss of his little son last wet-k
touches a responsive chord in
our heart. Like Bro. Beene we
have had the same sad experience
and we g tender our friend our
What's the use of all the fritH
the papers are making as to a
candidal e for Governor. IlnsJie
anything to do except pardon
criminals and save ihe Binary of
e offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh that
can not be cured by Halls Catarrh
b. J. CHENEY & CO., Props,
"We, the undersigned have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and tinan
cially able to carry cut any obligations
made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo. Onio.
Walding, Kinxan & Marvin,
j Wholesale Druggists? Toledo, Ohio.
Hali s Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly on the 1 lood
and mucous surfaces of the svnr.ern.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold bv. all
..it I - x ... . ...
yourselves, you will know to Do JJruggists. testimonials free.
true and will not have anyone to Hall s i amily Pills are the best.
blame for telliug it. I Jan. 30, -It-
Above all things avoid the
professional colonizer who is
working for his per centage.
. A faint reverberation of thunder
was heard Thursday lat.
Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment
filed in U.S. Pension Offices.
E2TCOPRESPONDENCE solicited from persons de
siring to purchase land for retidence or farming pur
poses. TITLES examined.
Office:' Marion Hons?e.
Residents of feequaehee have all the privi'egea in con
nection whh Water Service; equal to any firBt class city The
supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs
35U feet elevation. Three mies of pipe are now laid.
10 i L
NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN.
Parties comiog from the Nrth will confer a favor by
writing, or using 'Phone or Telegraph.
PL ALE ft IN
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Harness and Farm SLippliew.
The Mgliest market pries for country produce.
The postponwnent ot the tim
for opening the Centennial a'
thuugh a disappointment com
mends itself to us as a sensible
business resolve, and we shall
support it more earnestly than j
ever for the reason thut Presi
dent Thomas and his. associates
are not going to fail into the same
trap thar. others have doue by in
curring debts and their bei.'g
left to pay them. The honor of
the Sate muat put the thing
Contemplated improve ments
stone crossings to be constructed a
After a painful silence, on Wed
nesday the whistle at tho Valve
Works was quite lively and sound
ed like bettor times. . We wmh there
were forty factory whittle blowing
here every day. It would , tend to
make life worth living and.ktep us
from droning our hve away.
FOR SALE. Choice moun
tain grown potatoes suitable
for SEED or eating.
For salo bv the
Sequachee Town & Improv. Co,
Juu. cJ, 4t.