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Columbus, O., Jan. 8, 1892. Suffering much from Nervous Prostration, brought on by sickness, 1 used the valuable pastor Koenig's Nerve Ton 'c, and find myself relieved and it strengthened me greatly. I heartily recommend its use to all who suffers with their nerves. Miss M. S. Benedict, Pupil. We will add to the above that Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonio has proven a very efficient remedy in ths cases which we treated in the Reforma tory, especially those who had wrecked their system by liquors and opium, and we wish it an extensive tale for the benefit of suffering humanity. Sisters of the Good Shepherd. Alpena, Mich., Nov., 1892. Last summer I tried Pastor Kotnie's Nerve Tonic for sleeplessness and nervousness, from which I suffered for five months. In a short time I waa well. JOSEPH QAQNE. 423firenth8t. Fa p mm mm A Valuable Book on Wervou IMs i IEL h eases and a sample bottle to any ad ill I dress. J'oor patients also get the med Thi8rTmMtyChaf been preparedby the Itev. father Koenig. of fort Wayne. IncL, since 1876, and is now (mderHls direction by tne ICOEtilC WED. CO., Chicago, lilt Sold by Prasgists at 81 per Dottle. 6 for S3, JPargo Size. 81.75. 6 Bottles for 89, Jasper Jots. A. L. Pitts is in Cleveland, Tenn., this week, Jim Jones is doing the logging aet on Battle Creek. Brownsville. Alvis Brown has some more hogs, Doc Kilgore is working for Brown & I)ykes tins week. Riley Abies has the measles but is able to be out at present, Carroll Griffith was transacting business in Whitwell Saturday. II. Northcutt is hauling lumber for the Brown Milling Company. Hays Higgins is up and able to work after a spell of the measles, Carroll Giiffith has got through with the measles or they are through with him. W. A. Brown has been turning out some of the finest lumber on the mountain this week. James F. Rogers lost a child last Friday night with the croub. It was buried at Sardis last Sunday. Henry Rutherford is building an addition to his house. W. A. Brown is finishing the lumber, D. Miller, Isaac Houts, Sam Slat ton and D. J. Price were transacting business in the Valley Saturday. Toll Burnett and Isaac Ilouts were calling on lady friends at the rock house one evening last week. G. M. Brown and lady attended J. G. Lankester and daughter A- church at Uak Urove last bumtay. -i 1 o i i v' , u Thprp is nrosnp.ct for a weddinrr soon. ITly" arovo up lO euuucnet; itiiu - r r .... 0 Miss Martha Griffith has miover- ed from a very bad case of the meas les and was able to attend church Sunday. The mines shut down for one day last week on account of the two men who were killed by the premature discharge of their shots. James Colson has some of the fiu- est hogs in the State. They are im ported stock. There has never been anything of the kind brought to this pirt of the State before. E - erybody ought to see them before they can be appreciated. The Morrison brothers orchestra was out the other night dispensing some ot the finest music ever heard on the Mountain. The band is com posed of Isom, William and Pat Morrison. With such good music, 1 the next thing in order will be a dance. O LAW STATIONARY WE can furnish you letter heads, billheads, statements, circulars, invitations and caids. BOOK WORK. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I i i i pun .Hi pi n r " i ' r n n ii The "Rossmore, The Business Cent.e. Electric Cars to and from the Depots and all Points of Interest pass this Hotel. Fine Front Rooms: wide Halls: practically tire proof. Polite, Prompt Attention. Lookout Mountain in full view from Hotel Veranda, Kates $3.00 per day. Allans L. Ross, PiiorwsTOR. CLERKS. - Horace Bayless. J. T. Stewart Merchant's Hotel. Corner 8th and Chestnut Stree'g. I'leas ant Lncjiti'in. One block from Union Depot. One block from Electric Cars. Fortv Front Rooms. Electric Lights and Bells in every Room, route attention. Information about Battlelields and Points of Historic Interest freely furnished. Kates $1.50 to $3 per day. Special by the week. Abner L. Ross, Proprietor. CLERKS FRASK HopGKINS. M. V. OwENSc ('Special attention and information to tourists and ladies traveling alone. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Tuesday evening. Pat Brewer, our enterprising mer chant, is getting out tan bark and chiggers at Looney's Creek. There was a run-a-way on our (streets Tuesday. There was consid erable excitement but no one was hurt, John Lewis the livery man receiv ed a brand new buggy from Cincin nate this week. He has two more coming and feels exhilerated at the outlook for a good business this sum mer, The old veterans of this town are all froing to attend the Memorial celebration at Sequachee this month. A good program has been prepared and it will be well carried out There is not as much enthusiasm in Jasper over the nomination of Bob Taylor as one would be led to ex pect. The people realize they have got themselves into a hole which it is very difficult to crawl out ot. That crushed stone is just the thing but why can't we have a little gravel or dirt thrown upon it. At present it is in too primitive a con dition to exist and looks bad. . Observer. A Trip to the "rocket " Last Sunday, Alvis Brown, Isah Lane and W. A. Mauzy and wife took a trip up m the Pocket to view the scenes and grandeur of nature. We took our dinner' along and cook ed it on the side of the rocks. To listen to the rush of the water as it Potatoes. For the next ten days, if they last as long, I will sell good, sound pota toes at Cents a Bushel. There is a rumor in this town that a preacher aud a member of his church were out hog hunting one day last week and shot the wrong hog. Just then the owner of the hog, Dallas Dixon, came upon the two and there seemed to bs some misunderstanding about the owner ship of the hog. There is a warrant out foi the hog hunters and the case Will have to be settled in Court. Look out for sensation a at the next revival, H's owing to who preaches. A Little Biri. FIRST COME; FIRST SERVED. Sherman. rushed down the side of the moun tain is beyond the comprehension of our mind to describe, or even to con vey to tbe reader's mind the beauty and gbry of the scenery, in such a way that it could be thoroughly ap preciated. The only way it is possi ble for a person to be convinced that it is one of the most beautiful and comfortable places on the globe is to come and wander among the rooks and flowers and beautiful mosses that that grow there never to be seen by the human family unless they 20 in their midst as we do to-day. We ad mit th? t old Vesuvius that lus been burning for ages and spurting lava down her barren ides for thousands of years is line. We can also admit that the rails ot Niagara, with its tons of water leaping tumultously over a yawning chasai, well repre sents the beautiful and the grand, but nothing oan compete with the scenery that a person can find by tak ing a trip to what is called the i ock et on Cumberland Mountain. It is not over a half a mile from Browns ville. To see the cliffs 'of adaman tine rock reaching above your head for hundreds of feet, then to look be neath you and see where the eagles have built their nests, then, as we have said before the magnificence ot the scene baiifcs description. Our little town is talking of having a pic nic about the Hrst Sunday in June. All who wish to come and spend a and all who visit it. We wili seid some of the pictures to the News to have them printed in your paper so that your readers may have a more appreciative idea as to the grandeur of our scenery. The water runs over the cliffs,, perpetually, continually and incess antly, never to bo forgotten by the person who loves Nature, Art aiid th j picturesque. Another thing: one nevjr tires of wandering among its many changing scenes. To wander is to wonder why Nature has hidden so niucn of her beauty in the cliffa and rocks that abound in the Pocket. We will say no more at present, but try to have your readers, .Mr. Editor come and view for themselves that. they may be convinced that this is. one of Nature's most beautiful and pleasant places. As we sit here in the shadow of the Chimneys writing; these few lines the sun is fast sinking in the West, and it is time for us to. think of climbing the precipice and starting on our journey towards the beautiful town of Brownsville where we m vy rest, after our wandermgs, in t .e Brown house, owned bv Brown who wears brown clothes, eats brown sugar, which has been wrapped in. brown paper and tied with a brown string. After the green leaves fade they will be brown too. I&ah Lane. The People Believe what they read about Hoort'8 barsaparilla. They know it la an honest medicine, and that it cures disease. That is why you should get Hood's and only Hood's. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, relieve con stipation and assist digestion. 25c, A Remarkable Tombstone. About seven and one half miles west of McMinnville, and one mile south of the Nashville and McMinn-. ville road, in the graveyard at Pleas ant Hill, there is a tombstone with the following inscription; "Mary Ev Tarpley, bovu Aug. 18, 1818, died April l, 1888." The reader will Sunday with us will be cordially re-observe that no figures are used- ex ceived and treated with the uttermost cept 1 and 8 the figure 1 is used respect by the citiz-.-ns of our beauti-' five times ; the figure 8 is used six: ful village. We are thinking of hav-1 times. Never has Ruch a tombstone ing a photographer come and take come undei the observation of the, views of our scenery aud citizens, - 'writer,- McMuinviUe Standard.