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I5rowiisvillc. SPREADS ITS GOOD NAMG, 5 St. Edwards College, Austin, Tex., April 2.J, 1S02. I can have no doubts as to the virtue of I'asi 01 Koenig's Nerve Tonic, for I have recommended its use where persona are afliicted with diseases pf the nervous system and in every case tho result was such that my own confidence in this, medicine was confirmed and it3 good name ,pread in tho respective locaMy. N. Amherst, O., February 23, lS'JL For over 2 years I had epileptic tits several times a month. Since I used Pastor Koem sr s fcerve Tonic I have not had an at .ck. I lie medicine is very good. Bev. Father B. Goosena, of Maple Valley, Mich., knows of a case of St. Vitus' daneo which was cured by two bottles of lastor Koeui'a orve Tonic. i fm A Valnablo Book on Norvotis Dls- eases ana a Bampio uuiup w wy dreHS. 1'oor patients also get tho uvea- H .fc,R-icineiree. Tins reiueay uas oeexi viJ""cv"J " ,r" ". Koenig ol 1-ort Wayne, ma., bmce wto. uuuiOiiu nndor his direction by tne KCEfilC MED. CO., ChiCKGO, IS!. Sold by Druggists at 8i per Dottle. C ttis 8S largo Size, 81.73. 6 Bottles for 69. FREE WHItwcll. Whitwell Tenn, July 21- Edi tor News: Finding no correspon dent from this place to your paper I thought I would send you a few dots from one of the most flourish ing little towns in the Sequachee Valley, wmtweu nas more mon ey, more work more children and fewer idlers than any other town in Tennessee according to popula tion. Here the people have a good school six churches four secret so cieties and two great political par ties. There are thirteen business houses in this town one hundred coke ovens three steam saw inills and three grist mills. The school at this place num bers 212, the largest on record. D. L. Hollo way fays the coons ire very bad on his water melons. J. J. Dykes and Ransome Smith nr eneh doins a good business in livery stable work. Mr. .Bruce Womack passed through town last week walking on stilts. It is said that there is a fine wild cat on the mountain, which has several kittens. Mr. Kent of Sequachee is pro gressing verv nicely with Mr. To bey Tipton's house. Mr. G. P, Holloway created quite a sensation in town last week. He had his moustache shaved off. Work is very good as the mines run almost full time, several dwellings are being erected. Mr. Crosier says that more hous es are needed in Whitwell. There is not an empty house in town. A certain young lady was heard to say last Sunday as her best fel low rose to depart: "come back a gain Johnnie; Lou don t care, n.vr.! "RnrUfr met with a pain- Wednesday. His iui aooiuvUD - - while he was attempt :.-tr.iir nwr the carriage at ni?AJa Hw mill. Catching the running saw with his right hand he lost two ringers. It is reported that A. W. Lewis whitwp.ll last week looking yvu.3 m " ill ; for a lot where he could plant tome dried lruit. Aioert mmw , W it will be in demand when the frPft silver, bo he is going to raise enough to supply the demand, Long View. Ilemy Rutherford has moved to Scquaehre. Huckleberries have disappeared from tho mountain top. Carroll Griffith was" in Sequa chee one day last week. Ben Cannon of Victoria was in town one day this week. Dykes & Brown have about com pleted their new building Grady must have had a dog. He is a pretty good judge. We aie proud to think I he editor appreciated our last weeks items. W. A. Brown was visiting his sister at Copenhagen last Saturday. Our friend Mr. Kettler was in town Saturday with some very fine beet. Work is increasing and the mines are in operation almost full time. Joseph Cain made a flying trip to Nashville Jast baturday on uus iness. James Pryor was here last Saturn "A A It I Sea uachee D r amat ic T oclety will present WHITWELL DIRECTORY. Churches. Cu m ber 1 ai nTFresby terian serv ice iid Sundav at 11 'i. m. J. M Wooten, pastor. The Intensely Interesting Drama in 4 Acts Entitled DDI IGt II aril At Whitwell, Tenn., At The School House 9? M E Church, South, 1st Sunday at Ham. C M James, pastor. First Baptist Church lid Sunday of each month, 10 a m and 7:30 p ni. T F Hale, pastor. Christian Church, services 4th Sun day at 11 a m. Rev Johnson, pastor. Secret Societies. bati relay, July 25, 159c of F & A M meets 1st and 3d Satur days at 7 p in. B F Cowax, W M: J E Dyku, becy. I O O F meets each" Friday 7:30 p m. M T Tii-rox, N G: W M - kin, Secy. . 1 () of U M meets at Bed Glen's Hall every Tuesday at 7:30 p m; Hucii CovriNtJEH, Sachem: J E EAlJiY4 C of li. GILBERT MURDOCK , Cliarles Curtis. RICHABD GORDON S. Pryor. TOM PAYSON w- c- PETER PERCH A NT Tvm P bards. asa y James Thornton. RE LEE CORDON Miss Matilda Gustafapu. V i. A A T V M ' v - - 1 - - dav. IIq said he was not a candi ANNIE GAPvFIELD Mrs. J..W. Graham. date for any office. ('MRS GARFIELD Miss Petty Graham, James Boston, is somewhat better 1 jknNIE JOY Miss Carrie Lasater. at the present writing but is hard-j " Incidental 'Music by the Sequachee Musical Society,3 0- DOORS OPEN AT G.30 PERFORMANCE COMMENCES AT 7;00 P. M. ly expected to recover Mr. IK A. Mauzy died very ear ly Monday morning. He had been sick for some time, Mr. S. M. Lofty of Sequachee wa viihncr his daughter Mrs James Sidles and husband last Saturday and Sunday, James Skiles and Rilev Abies were in, Sequachee last Saturday .for the purpose of joining the Sons of Veterans which was to havt been organized at that place' There was a party of ladies and gertlemen who went to the Pocket fast Sunday to spend a pleasant aiternoon and enjoy the fresh pure air. J nev went, in coupius. in-y Abies and Miss Maggie kilgore; Is aac Houts and Miss Delia Kilgore; Pat Morrison and Miss Susie Urit- fUh and James Colson and Miss Martha Griffith. I ii-rfi was a McKinlev and Ho bart Club organized at the school house on the mountain last imuay niht. There were forty charter members mostly composed of the Brownsville young men. ruijan Morrison was chosen as President. Will McCurry as Secretary. Ed Bull was called on for a speech which he delivered with flowery plonnence. He was followed by John Dykes our worthy condidate for representative who maue a good impression. Then came Doc Cowan, the candidate for assessor, who made a orood speech anrt tlia not forget to tell them that he was a candidate for assessor, They meet at the school house every Saturday night at 0:30. A Little Bird, Tho Record of remarkable cures effected enables ua truthfully to say that Hood's Sarua parilla is the only true blood purifier prominent ly in the public eye today. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pi!l3 are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. Harmless, rt liuble, sure. Knio-hts of Pvthiasmeet lonaaya. at 7:30 a m, at ueu John Cowan, Chancellor .t'omman. der: E A Asiihuhn, h ot n. TICKETS 20 cents each may be obtained of O. W. Chastain, T. N. Graham; J. Norwood, E. J. Dyer; W. B. Ketner and Henry Northcutt- Sequachee Valley News Print. Ripans Tabules. Ripaus Tabules cure nausea, Ripans Tabules: at druggists. Ripans Tabules cure dizziness. Ripans Tabules cure headache. Ripans Tabules cure flatulence. Ripaus Tabules cure dyspepsia. r ; o ToHnioc QfiBist digestion. Ripans Tabules cure- bad breath. Ripans Tabules cure Dinousnebs. Ripans Tabules: one gives relief- Ripans Tabules cure inuigesuuu. Ripans Tabules euro torpid liver. Ripans Tabules: gentle cathartic. Ripans Taouies cure consuptiuuu. Rirwns Tabules: for sour stomach. Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative. Ripans Taouies cure ver imuuo. Jasper. Ras Alley's wife is very sick with slow: fever. Business here is a little better than a month ago. We are having plenty of rain and crops are fine. Pryor Institute will open Sept. 2 under 1 rot Hunter. Our town is very quiet now, ex- ceptiug the free silver sensations. I guess the woods from Maine to California are full of candidates from the way people talk, Rev- Frank Hale proached an in teresting sermon at the M. E. church North, Thursday night. Woll. woll. The motto of the democrats is "Free Silver or Bust." I rather think it will be "Be Bust." Comrade Wm. Thornton has been closed out of tho grocery business at this placo. The people are very sor ry. Uncle Billy as they call him is a clever fellow and always attends to his own business. Mrs. Rebecca Bible, mother of J, M. Bible, died on the evening of the FUh inst and was buried at Battle Creek on the loth. Do not know the veal cause of her death, but she was very old. Her son, Price Bible, of Trenton. Ga.. attended her until 7 t death relieved her of her sufierings. Uncle Jaspei:. BICYCLES! at Ladies' and Gentlemen's Bicycles. tor Price and terms. Any of the leading makes furnish- Cornered by Copperheads VVallincr. Julv 20. litre is a lit tie snake tale that comes from Can- pv Fork River about five miles be 1UYV liCIU ill) uiuiiu ci r )( . 44. tyof men were encamped there ed you upon easy payments at cata, ,l;.,. tv, nf rKo "mimr mpii loouo nrices as follows: Wheels cost- crossed the river to a little crtek to ing 850,00 and under will be deliy. t hnlu fired to von for &10.00 cash and 2.00 month. Wheels costmir over ing for help. The balance of the $50.00 for S15.00 cash and $3.00 per. n.rhT went fhpm n.iul fnnnd mnn th WHEELS DELIVERED them up in some, bushes surround' UPON RECEIPT OF THE FIRST ed by thirty or forty copperhead PAYMENT. ' ennlrr'a TliA men sur.eftedfid in W1ipi1s Guaranteed to be NEW killing iif'een of them and rescued and FinST-class in All Respects ., . rm 4 .1... or Monev will be Refunded. .. ineir companions, ine nexi uiiy 77- v , - , ..ul ,rt two ladies came do am to that point , decide upon make of wheel yoa. to cross the river and were heard h? JmmT,er f'111 tu flflhmnn 1 n catalogue of that manufacturer. Can Mica ill 1 1 tl, x nc usiiruuau, m. vy. a . . Roberts, took his gun and went to also furnish any thing in tho cycle- them and lound them upon a large Jluultt,ni stump guarded oy lour ot tne iars gest copperheads that have been sen for some time, liiis -piace line. ivuuruNs, L D. REED, The Gram AO Heavy Rains. The cloudburst Monday did con eiderable damage jon the sale 0 the mountain. On Prof 1 at- washed down a section of stone lall that was about tci. fed t i gh and three feet thick t the b.u.. ;-o. Pittsburg Republican. in the Si'cjuarlu'e Town Sc Improve ment Co.'s vineyards are cow .... P and ready for delivery. Persons do iring to purchae of superior quality can obtain thorn by calling at the iiu-yard.-, or by :.p )lvii)u' to Mi:. hi i:m N at the Cpii'I.nv' M s 1;, Si.it .rm:i:. Crops in Alabama. Albcrtvilie, Ala., July 20 Crops are the best had here in years; es pecially corn. Sand mountain people will have "corn to burn." The prospects are as good as possible for a large cotton crop. has always been noted for copper heads and has been shunned as much as possible. Thi3 is a big snake tale but nevertheless is true. American, NEW EiiA BUILDING. Harrison St. & Blue Island Avenue Chicago, 111. R. J. Brown has to (ieorire Lasater. up into town and is the Stuck place. leased his farm Jell has moved now occupying Tin: Nkws is the K-t and cheap est papa-in the Valley. Try it.' A press dispatch from Franklin Tenn., says: 'During the storm yesterday afternoon the barn on Col. M, B. Carter's place in the suburbs of this town was struck by lightning and it together with all its contents consisting of hay and corn and numerous farming uten sils was consumed by the ilauies. A negro man who was standing in the barn door at the time the bolt struck escaped uninjured. The barn was an old log structure and was one of the few remaining memorials left standing on the Franklin battle field. It stood just U. J W u t1 w o RI-P-A-N-S The modern stand ard Family Medi cine : Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. TAt MAMN The bees of the Boston mountain range in Arkansas are very indus trious this year. The production t JW4ic;jf j0 cw fituw uiab tun idiUlH within the Federal intrt nchmeuts ers are hard pushed for a place to. and the scarred timbers bore evl-lput it in.. All the barrels and tubs, deuces of the fierce' contlict that ' h;ivu bet!n d up and the supply 1 ; ti 1 :i 1: 01 couo oasKeis. wnicn nave ueen d it. the btiildiLg,,. 1 1 1 1 .1 -.I 0 lined with heavy cOth. wi soon contents were valued at j iM, f.Yb.iu!ed unie ihf be.s, mn. ra-'ed arounc and Sl.oCO with no in elude to take a rest.