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Bcimwlieo Valley News. Published at SequacLee, Tcnn. dill k son. KlHTurtS & PUBLISHERS.- When you tako Hood's rills. The big, old-fash-loned, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to piece, axe not In it v.-1th Hood's. Easy to tako fjutoeripUQJ 50 'Cento pei'Yeav. r: EiitrC'l in lle Postofi'ice ttSeqnachee Vr" ps H-'cnul Clai-sMail matter I . r" TIUJPSDAY, AUG 13, 1806 1 n m im L-i y vw vy vba and easy to operate, is U-ue of IIood'3 rills, which are NOW GIVE US A REST. up to date 1n every respect. fo M Safe, certain and sure. All ThO StatO election for Judges of , Theonly Pill, to take with Hood's Banaparflla. Chflneery Court of Appeals and ! m r . county oection of county officers j , California banka are sending in now ov.r and everybody sat- c dv d ' Bhod, f not they ought to bo now, ! lors of gold coin wilf be paid in h'U,v1 lnVen? Wt l'ni '"I1110? LV Sold oofn at it full valus. This is 1L1L J intended to ward off any distrust ur . "jauicl J1J" l,yu n)3 ' coming from the posibc do;recm- g0U. bud rises and sets just as j ti()n 0 . tend thould lVe, giN vereome into vogue. At the same time they doniahd the re payment of loan? in like coin. Our Bonds ami Carreney. (Editor of the Couriers-Journal.) "Memphis, Tenn., Julv 30, 180G. During a discussion A runs regular as ever, and the world goes OU jUHt as it nothing had happened and though anxious candidates may presage dire disaster should thy fail to be-elected, when the people fpeak'it is settled aud the world goes on, The country.is not dependent on any, one man or number of men and is hot gong to the dogs just to please .a few who. l .1. . : c it .11 1 down the administration tor i,:su: . . . ... ... ,1.1.1 want their way. So let us attend ing gold bonds, claiming mat ootn to business and try to help public principal and interest of last issue j confidence, and for a month at ! of Government bonds are payable 1UV0 . least take a vacation from politics. Tennessee Appier,. McMilltn. Synonym, McKinley. Supposed origin Putnam County. Sent to tho Experiment Station by It. 13. McKinley, Pckin, rutnam county. Fruit large, roundish; surtiee smooth, greenish yellow -with sugges tion ot blush on exposed side; dots brown or gray, some areole. cavity medium size, regular, medium, depth, gradual slope, russet markings; stem medium lengtn, rather slender; basin medium size, regular, medium depth, gradual slope witli shallow furrows; calyx segments wide, short, converg ing or slightly refiexed; eye medium si('.o, open. Skin thick, tough; .core conical, just clasping the eye, large, open; seeds numerous, medium size, plump, brown: ilesh greenish yellow, rather coarse m texture, tender, juicy; ilavor subacid, rich vtry pleasant, quality good. Season late winter. U. J. iUcKinley writes as follows in regard to its historv: "I do not know Avhere the McKinlej' apple or iginated! It has been hero pi nee I cr.n rem em her. A very old gentle man in the community says the trees were here when he was a young man. Tree grows very large, apples line HILL Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U. S. Pension Offices. XC0JUlKSi'0Nl)WNC.l3 solicited irom persons do- airing to purchase laud for reddence or farming pur poses. TITLE'S exfc rallied. SEQUACHEE.TENN. nllBiittM' ' tl WORKS. Offlcte: Marion House. Residents of Scquachee have all tho privileges in con nection with Water Servicer; equal to any first class city. The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs 350 feet elevation. Throw niiies of pipe are now laid. '4 ft 1 h S g S T L- H NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN 1 Jore work, less politics. FINANCE COMMISSIONERS. We were pleased with the report of the examination of county fi . - . t " nances in Grnndy County as pub- ied on a sold basis, B claiming that .1 ni -x . kt 1 Jisheu in too iracy city rsews ny tho Finance Commissioners, Mr. Jdaruggand another but they spoilt p, good report by a fatal omission. They failed to make a statement as to the amount of debt of the coun ty or the assetts to pa,y the same, &ud we make again the inquiry, does auditing audit? If th pub lished reports of all the counties are like what we have seen it is a colossal humbug. ored, bears more or less every ' -..IT I 1 i il. it. . in ardil m.lv. O.'ni.ns thi! ISSllli J-111 :U1U I,iiVU 1U ,L UK!m U,iLU lUO Vas currency bonds and that prin- hhstof June. Under careful -treat-cipal and interest could be paid in ent the fruit will always keep un silvcr dollara if the Secretary of the' til late spring. Treasury saw fi'.. j As several other apples have been "A claims that the financial sys ' previously described under the name ! tern of the United States is found- of McKinley, it not desirable to con- TnE electionJki Alabama is over and now the reports ot cutting gcrapes and shooting affrays are be ginning to roll in on the newspa pers. Its strange passing strange that a man can notdeposi e so sim ple a thing as a ballot without fill ing himseli up on mean whiskev and then knocking his neighbor in the head to add force and emphasis to the occasion. ' Some men be lieve that the only essential to a good vote is a beastly state of in toxication. It is very strange but it is also very true. it is not. Subscriber First The bonds issued by Sees retary Carlyle are in terms payable in coin. As the Government re ceived gold for them, it is argued that it would be repudiation to re fuse to pay them in as good money as was received for them. The let ter ot tho contract however is to pay coin that is gold or silver. A is therefore wrong. B is right in saying that the Stcretary of the Trrasury could pay them in silver. According to the promise on their f ice they can be paid in nothing but coin, Marion County will have at least one exhibit at the Centennial. S; quachco Grapes, and this exhib it can and will by made as a coun ty product without the aid of. the county court and will show the tte best paying crop of anything attempted in the State. Besides astonishing the Valley and Chatta nooga this year with the finest grapes they ever saw, we shall move on Nashville next year. tmuo theuse of this name. The ap pie is highly recommended by W. II. Smith and others. It is said to be a rapid and vigorous grower, and a heavy bearer, Milbuux. Synonym, K's Seedling. Originated on the farm of John K. Beale, of Greene county; sent to the Agricultural Experiment Station by Eh Marshall, Kheatown, Greene, County, Tenn. Fruit large, oblong, flattened at ends; surface "moderately smooth, containing numerous fun gous spots; color bright yellow; eayi- 17 ft ill 1 1 iliUUUliUllU. Reasonable. Jt Parties UliCli Muo coming from the North will confer a iavor by writing, or using 'Phone or Telegraph, Second The currency system of ity medium in size and depth, abrupt the United States is on a gold basis since gold is the standard of value. This does not mean as some as sume that every tiling must be paid in gold but the Government has undertaken to keep all its curren cy silver and various kinds of notes as gooii as gold. Accord ingly we find that a greenback inasury nto, a silver dollar and silver certificate buy as much in markets as gold. This was not al ways so nor will it be so in the future should the Government dis continue its efforts to maintain the parity between the metals, Louis ville Courier-Journal. WE can furnish "you letter heads,, bill heads, statements, circulars,, invitations and caids. LAW STATIONARY BOOK WOKK. Satisfaction Guaranteed. b -a n WO With the thermometer up m the nineties and the free silver craze upon us at the same time, we ar led to exclaim with the wise and f acred writer: "Vanity of vanities, all is vanity saith the preacher. -Ducktown Gazette. By gum. that hot weather was n't vanity. Not by a long shot we sincely wished it was & the time, but itwasnot vanity-itwas reality, pure, simple and uudis 'guised . Fruit growing the thU section. U"S1" r " r wes it better for slope, regular in form; stem medium length,. vathcr slender; basin regular, depth medium. Skin thin; flesh white, fine, tender, juicy; flavor mild subacid; quality very good. Season lale win or. Mr. .Marshall, proprietor of the Pheatown Nursery writes: "Quite a number of trees aver the county bore fruit last year and it is giving gener al satisfaction. Many say that it is the best keeper they ever saw and a profuse bearer. I have one of the apples in a good state of preservation at this date (April 21,) although it has been handled a great deal and treated rather roughly during tho winter. 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 fire proof. Polite, Prompt Attention. Lookout Mountain in full view from Hotel Veranda. Rates $2.00 per day. Awxkis L. Ross, Phoprietqjs. CLERKS. Horace Bayish. J. T. Stewart. Merchant's Hotel. Coriier8ili and Chestnut j Streets. Pleasr- ant Location. j One block from" Union Depot. One block from Electric Cars. Forty Front Rooms. Electric Lights and Bells in ever Room, Polite attention. Information about Battlefields anol Points of Historic . Interest freely furniibod, Kates 31. 50 to ,$3 per day Qnfii.i n I Vtt 4lm mti-m-.! Abner L. Ross, Proprietor. clerks. Frank Hodgkins. M, Y Owensu. Special attention and information to tourists and ladies traveling alone,. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.-- Wpio f ap t Ha Nash. Synonym Nash's Seedlim Originated on il.e farm of Arthur .There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be in curable. For a great many years i . lj i . i i: . tloctors pronounced u i . iocai i:sease. i . rr,, . f, t,r . ,.T , , 4 , ,n limL:i,(. i.i ,1;(,C MtiiilNash, Union county, Tenn., foity or u. uWe know it to be propagated by constantly failing to' cure by local j rC years Specimens received m Kansas and is the favorite -apr le treatment, pronouiiced it' incurable, from Pird, Dew & Hale, Treeville, ; in Union County, Tenn. It ripens S..ioii(.fl has m-oven catarrh to le a iv,, P,Jf rn.l nblato. ribbed: ! m September, rcmams mellow two . " . . . . - ' 7 i 4 1, i-iirt li i' if.r ifnvo v noo SEftU fiGHEE Y ALLEY NEWS. a i Tcnu. constitutional disease and therefore j surfacc Rmooth greenish yellow, cov- reouires c()iiluuliui;u iie;umcui. up, resembles brown sugar. It is a n n . r 1 111111 I'll! I h I lll'll 1 A. I . ..... . . . . .... I . . I Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured1 " OMin, "." by F.J.Chenev Co., Toledo, Ohio, bnght red at apex; cavuy nauow, taueu ior lor unny jca... it is is" tho only constitutional cure on the deep, regular, marked with russet ! good for desert purposes, cooking or Ihrd, Dew & Halo consider it of special value. The firm writes that quite a number of people have fruit p u uVtl.anT.lhpo"". and fruit raising is a il'v r "f i ,,,n tint uca s in ii ness.auda tounthat c 1 1 1 A 1.1. ' . . 11 ' 1 market, it is laiien miernauv in uos es from 1 0 drojs to a teaspoonfull. Is acts directly on the blood and mu- ' cons surfaces of the system. They offer one- hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for coming circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, Ohio. Sold bv Drucrgists, 75c.' Hall's Vamilv Pills are the best. Ac ual bus i ia- nhove all ouht-, thf tdantio! He iIihip i b'est VJanted An Idea ? spreading out over sunaec, Man mc dium length, slightly curved; basin irregular, medium width, deep ab rupt slope, green ribbed; calyx slight- ed it throughout East ieunessee ami road pointed: that it is a success wnerever tried. converuin, retlexed, bro eye open, large. Skin thin, tough; core oblate, conic, clasping, rather small closed; seed few, round plump, medium size, d irk blown; flesh yel- ! The original tree is still alive; as we '. understand, and is a t-plendid bearer. OOLTKWAH. Originated with Mrs. Jennie Fowbr. Specimens sent to the Agricultural low. greenish at cere, rather tine; flavor subacid, pleasant; quality good. 1 Evperinent Station by I. F. Fisher, rrotwt rirnr Hw. thr may Lrln y-u wealth. M V N.lsh the 80ri 01 t iC Origin- iipun, ..iu.3 .vawi, ila., iVli Write JiliS Vs Kbl KKLlliN ( v . l ut. nf Aicr. ' l ' , . , . . . t Ki,", r.evi, Vaiiir.?tu. D. C. f-r !be!r '..s..i .rno cijf ifpr Cpltes tllO following COUCerillC o I . . Wlio can think oriii dlnij 19 Fruit large, roundish, oblate; sur face moderately smooth, some russet patches and veiuing; color greenish yellow, ripening to golden yellowy dots numerous, variable, russetted cavity large, deep, regular, abrupt marked wih heavy russet; 6tem of medium length, slender at the base basin small, regular, medium depth gradual slope, marked with shallow furrows; calyx segments long narrow converging closely or reflexing; eye medium size, closed or partially open. Skin thick, tough; flesh yellowish coarse grained tender juicy; core large, coniele, closed clasping the eye; seeds medium, size,, long, pointed dark biown; flavor rich, spicy, suba cid: quality very good Season Au gust. Agricultural Experiment Sta tion Pullctiu. Why not have soon? a croquet party vineyards and orcban.i.