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THOM AS I HILL.
Notary Public: Certicate of Appointment filed in U.S. Pension Offices. C01UESPONDENOE solicited irom persons de siring to purchase land for residence or farming pur poses. TITLES examined. SEOUACHEE. TENN SEOUACHEE m m l AT jb "W ORRS. Office: Marion House. Residents of Seqnachee have all the privileges in con nection with Water Service; equal to .any first class city. The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from spnugs 350 feet elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid. M 1 r ' M ft f t i 8 1 1 1 I II 5 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN- Charts Reasonak KSTParties coming from the Nrth will coufer a favor by writing, or using 'Phone or Telegraph, yruL tj Lit i I til 16 S T . 'V. ' fc-U t' T tt O al p lis 7 -MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN cooooccooocccecooo u V Li iszsi tes 8 b o oooooooococooooooocoo OUCH AN HT.! oorii3.gr, Ceiliia-gr, Yellow Poplar and Oak a specialty. SEQUACHEE, The "Rossmore," " The Basinets Cent e. Electric Cars to and from the Depots and all Points of Interest pass this Hotel. Fine Front Rooms; wide Halls: practically fire proof. Polite, Prompt Attention. Lookout Mountain in full view from Hotel Veranda. Rates $3.00 per day. CXEIIKS. IIOUACK BAYLKBS. J. T. SxKWABT, m j u u m w 5 2 O R-I-P-A-N-S The modern stand ard Family Medi cine : Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. TRADC Vj' mark RAIL-I.OAD TIME-TABLE. North. South. 5:11. p. m. 8:22 a. m. MEETINGS Owen Church preaching 2nd. Sun day in each month. Sunday Schoo every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Post 53, G. A. 1L, meets regularly the 2nd Saturday tn each month, at z:OG p. m. M. E. Church, colored, meetings (very Sunday.' SEOOACEEEHEWS. Published every Thursday. 60 Cents Ier Year. illLL & JON, PuiiLI&IIKRS. TiURSDAYT JUNE, 4. TENNESSEE Merchant's Hotel. Contr 8i.ii aud Chestnut Sute s. Pleas-f- ant Locatim. One block from Union Depot. One block from Electric Card. Forty Front Rooms. v Electric Lights and Dells in every Room. Polite attention. Information about Battlefields and Points of Historic Interest freely furnished, Kates $1.00 to 83 per day. Special bv the week. Al'.NEW L. lioss, Pkoi'iuktok. CXKUKS. Fkank 1Io!)(;ki.ns. M. V. Owens. aloe. Our Coantry's Dead. Beside their graves we question not today NVhether these sleepers wore the blue or gray; Enough that all stood bravely in the the light, Enough that each believed his cause was right: For by men's motives God shall judge at last;. With Him Ave leava our nations stonnv. past, While blue and gray, now side by side laid low, j Share in the offering that we bestow. And north and south, throughout this glorious land, Are empty words as o'er their dust we stand; Love's fragrant tributes fall in bloomy showers And Hate is smothered 'neath a sea of flowers. ' Clarence Henry Pcarsou in Chat tanooga Times. irHTSpceial attention and information to tourists ami ladies traveling r w 1 CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Abe Kikore, Joe Green, Andrew Harris, John D. Miller and Richard Parkes were among the veterans present from Victoria Saturday. miCH RED DLOGD is thefoun B datioa of good health. That is why Hood's - Sarsaparilla, the One True Blood Puiiilcr, gives HEALTH. A leimesseean in Texas. Ellis, Ellis Co., Texas, -May 13, 189G. Mr. Editor: I have iust re- turned from a trip down in Lousiana where I had a pretty tough lime. Late one evening I asked a tetlow could I stay all night and he said, "I am only a tenant and not able to . keep you, but that rich man will keep you, don't let him turn .you off for it is fifteen miles to the next house and if night overtakes you in these woods the wild beasts will eat you up, so I pulled the bell cord and the lady said, we don t entertain tramps and sti angers, so 1 walked out on the veranda with a heavy heart; there were eight or ten young ladies and dudes playing some game or other in the yard; so while I was meditating; what to do one of those spider leg dudes stepped up to me and slapped me on the shoulder and said to me, "Young fellow, you are a preacher ' are yov not?". I said yes, and he continued, "l thought it you wouia pray for us to-night you migLt stay." 1 saw it was a ground hog case with me so I said, "I will pray for you,' so the big bugs eat their supper and they said to me "come in and have something to eat." They danced un til late when one young lady, like a wasp, smaller in the milddle than any where else, said, "We have not had our prayer yet." Says the young man to me, 7 come in, young man, tor prayers." I read a chapter suited to the occasion, and when I got done prayirg there was not a dry eye m the house. Now for this country, it blew a hurricane " last night. It blew so hard that not a chicken this morning could be found with a feather on them, now that was pretty good blow ing, wasn't it? I am satisfied that the old man had on all the steam he could tret up. It even. blew the eggs (.7 A out of the nest. As for fleas you can shovel up a shovel oi uirt, and the fleas will kiolr the dirt all out. They charge vou fifty cents a day here to . i hsh in a lake; we would call it a pond in Tennessee: you catch fish from the size of a pumpkin seed to the size of a silver dollar. We have every pestilence known to' the civilized world; turkey gnat, sand gnat, gray gnat, buffalo gna', bull gnat, horse fly, gillinippers, mos quitoes", tarentulas, mosquitoes, chig- jgers, mites, centipedes, neas. .bed bujrs and. ticks. the large ticks ha e been known to kill and eat a cow and then get upon a stump and ring her bell trying to Ipol the calf. This is a great country to sleep, tie wind acts as a tonic to give one an appetite to eat and sleep. , This is junt the-place for a lazy man; you will say that it suits Old Cill, I know you. Well, I would write more but the ants keep taking my pencil out of ray hand and I am tired of it. I re collect the last game ot poker 1 ever played. I. held four aces and the rubber, but he held a big gun and a sm.ill bunch of whiskers, and ho ! walked away with the money and I walked straight home to Julia. Givo my best regards to all inquiring friends, if I have any. Wild Dill ,iu Cumberland City Review. i