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BT. John! Astmtm, I Kenton, Kt., Oct. , 18'X. f ' In our orphan asylum here there 1b a 15-year. ClJ child that had been Buffering for years from nervousness to such an extent that sho ofttimea In the night got up, and with fear depleted on every feature and in a delirious condition, would seek protection among the older poopla from an imaginary pursuer and could only with float difficulty be ayain put to bed. Last year 'athcr Koanij while on a visit here happened to observe the child and advised the use of Koenig'a Nerve Tonio and kindly furnished us several bottles of it. The first bottle showed a marked improvement and alter using the sec ond bottle and up to the prenent time the child Is a happy and ooutonttd being. All those Buf fering fxom nervousness should seek refuge in father Eoenift's Nerve Tonic. REV. ATHEJ& HILLEBIiANU, 11 V f" A Valuable Itook on Nervous Ti eases and a sample bottle to any ad If dress. Poor patisuts alao get the metl-Jii-Ba iclnefree. This remedy has been prepared by the Kev. rather Koonw. of Fort Wayne, lad, since lSSe.andianow tmder nis direction by the KOEHIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. Gold by Druggists at 81 per Dottlo. jjtrjo size. 81.75. C Bottles for 89. FINE GRAPES. Hon.W. L. Melcher Receives 250 Founds from Tenn. The Hod. W. L. Melcher was busy Monday passing around among his friends sample baskets of grapes, the product of the Sequachee (Tenn.) Town and Improvement company's vineyards, in which company Mr. Melcher is a large stockholder. The company has fifteen acres in grapes, seven acres of which bore fruit this year for the first time. By next year the remaining eight acres will begin to bear. The following extract is from a column article descriptive of the vineyards in a recent issue of the Sequache Valley News and the Crit ic fully indorses all that it contains with regard to the quality of the fruit: "Seven and a half tons of fine grapes is the yield of the Sequachee company's vineyard this year, nearly a ton to the acre for a half crop, and the grapes Niagaras are as fine and beautiful as heart could wish. Heretofore we have kept quiet as to the company's grape crop. The un favorable conditions m May presag ed disaster and disappointment. On ly a short time ago the manager. Mr. Sherman told us he expected to get three tons of grapes, and we thought that would be doing well, but when on the basis of yesterday's gathering he says he will get 1200 baskets of 10 pounds each 10,000 pounds of grapes seven and a half tons we are delighted. And the grapes are fine, bright and luscious, fit for any market, ?nd of beautiful flavor. "Visiting the vineyards Monday afternoon we found a ljusy crowd . . . Mr. Sherman weighed one biuich of grapes for us and it tipped the scales at eighteen ounces, and there were even larger ones than that. The results of the first day's picking was about 100 baskets or 1,000 pounds, and if Mr. Sherman's estimate hold's good it means two week's work at least for his present force." Laconia (N. II.) News and Critic. Election Aug. 22. There will be an election in the 1st District August 22 to elect two justices of the peace in the places of 15. E. W. Harris and R. J. Dawson as the former has moved out of the county and the latter has resigned. The polls will be opened at Bur row's Chapel and at Oak Grove. T. & I Property Advertised. 1400 acres bounded north by the Sequachee River, south by hew England Investment Company; eastb Spears, west by C & 1. U Prevention is better than cure. Keep your fclood pure, jour arista ood and your diges tion perfect with Hood's SimpariUa, and you will not need to leu W Ignn illness. Mood't Plllt ct harmoniously with Hood's Sarsarf Uiness.reUatlJ.sure. FOUND DEAD! UOtLOADS of NEW GOODS just arrived at the Peoples' Store, Greenback?, and gold, and any other than any other llpnso. . Tfe BECAUSE GROCERIES. Brown sugar, 20 ibs for $1.00 Granulated sugar, 18 lbs for $1.00. Arbuckle coffee, 20o per lb. Green coffee the best grade 5 lbs for $1.00. We guarantee this j coffee to be as. good as coffee you i get at other stores at 4 lbs for the $1. j Bulk meat, all you want, at 5c per ' lb. Lard, Cc per lb. Best It ice, 5c per lb. Best flour, 50c per 24-lb sack; per barrel, $3.90. "Water ground meal, 40c per bu. 8 bars Wash Tub soap, 25c. DRY GOODS. A big drive in calicos at 5c per y'd. Yard wide heavy domestic, 5c per y'd. ' Good wool jeans, strictly all wool, 25c per y'd. A new line of flannels, tricots, Henriettas, of the latest stvles and the best grades, ranging from 12c to 25c per y'd. Best Indigo Blues, 5c per yard, worsteds and alpacas, dress goods in blue, biack, red, brown, and most any color you want, all wool, at 9c per yard. VICTORIA. School will begin next Monday. Why don't Brophy get a patent on that air p ump? Mr. Geo. M. Brown is visiting a Cowan this week. Messrs A. Kilgoro and G.W.Lew" is went to Jasper Monday. Miss Minnie Worth of Sequachee was the guest of Miss Laura A.Turn er last Sunday. Mr. J. B. Womack wears a nut meg about his neck to keeu from tak ing the headache. Miss Annie Werner,' an accom plished young lady of Chattanooga was visiting Mrs. Ben last week. Bridge man Teacher " What is "Sinning A gainst the Holy Ghost?1' Small Boy. "To vote for the sin gle gold standard." The citizens of Victoria want tne Sequachee Dramatic Club to visit our village. They want to know what is "Better than Gold."- Mr. Will Harris, a handsome young gentleman from Sequachee was in Dadsville last Sunday discus sing the political issues of the day with his "sweet, wee thing." VICTORIA, TE3iT3iTESSEE. kind of money being so scarce, they we buy very carefully, nav cash, reason is that we "ever jell on credit, and consequently have no bad debts. AVE give you a few of ouTlel not gpace enough to ffive you ONE-HALF the prices on our NOTIONS Paper pins, 1W. 1 lc 2 nanrs Lost n'ro,lla k . 4c T)i-pss Kt.av. k I T W . liair cuiimg irons tn . Side combs, 5c per pair, ' Ladies fast black hose, 5c per pair. Misses' and childrens' fast black hoso, 5c per pair. ; lrown drilling, 8c per yard. Fancy t ible oil cloth, 20c per y'd. Heavy cheviot for shirting, 8c per yard. Boss hall thread, le; 6 for 5c. Ladies' corsets, 25c, 50c, and 75c. Alii? A 11 iiA rje- . '11 l . r- 75c we will close out at 2oc. i . luiuivuistUhBUWUBIiCf), WU1UJ In shoes wre are knocking them all all out. We sell a man's heavy brogan for $1.00. The best woman's shoe in the world for $1.00, Our man's Ilubjjore, Congress for $1.25 can't be beat. We also have childrens' and boy's shoes: also fine slio?s for gentle men and ladies at higher prices which we guarantee to give satisfact ion. emerakr ... -H- S. -WILL SELL you foods as -CHEAP as you can BUY -them in the VALLEY. . . . 131 ASIC the people of Sequachee Jasper, - It is generally understood that J. Houston Harris and Mortal Layne will not vote for the Hon. W. J. Bry an. But we could not expect them to vote for the highminded "Funnel Shaped Cloud from Texas. Sallie DkFoe. J. W. Graham was visiting at Lark iesville, Ala., tins week. At last ac counts he was taking in a ball game. John is the champion pitcher of thit Valley. Victoria, Tennessee. will be sold at prices Cheaper and hnv nnlv tho Wf Ati,,. TOBACCO. We handle fifteen of the best lead- in3 hrands Cigars, cheroots, cigarettes and " are handling a new snuff : Vi which we guarantee or will refund money if not satistactorv the Merri weather Snuff; 15c size, 10c; luc size, be; 5c size, 3c. We handle all other snuffs. CLOTHING. New line of clothing iust arrived from the manufacturer. Bought for Antl . . j -M i n vuu jiu UUl IU III, UI1U Will UU HOlU i i at caii eiut'iy nw prices. In men's suits prices from $3.75 i to $15.00. In bo s ar.d youth's 90c up to $o.UU. It will pay you to examine our stock before buying. SUNDRIES Nails by the keg, wc sell $3.75. retail at 4c an 3 5c per lb. Hood's Sarsaparilla, 80c Ca stoma, 30o Black Draught, 15c Simmon's Liver Medicine 15c H. ALEXAN -WE have just received a -Large Stock of Shoes -and we aik you to come -and see them. ... and vicinity to call and tee me. - Tenn. Ji, Investment Co. Sixteen acres bounded north by OweD, South N. E. Investment Co. east by N. E. Investment Co,, west Brown. 100 acres bounded north by Seq. Co; eouth rryor; east by Co. road: west by Byrne 175 acre3 bounded north by Sens uachee Co; south by Ramsay; east by Brown, west by . "Advertised by Back Tax Attorn ey and to be otTered for sale Friday September 4th, DER WHITWELL DIRECTORY. Churches. Cumberland Presbyterian services 3d Sunday at 11 a. m. J. M Wooten, pastor. M E Church, South, 1st Sunday at 11 a m. C M James, pastor. First Baptist Church 2d Sunday of each month, 10 a m and 7:30 p m. ' T F Hale, pastor. Christian Church, services 4th Sun day at 11 am. Rev Johnson, pastor. Secret Societies. F&AM meets 1st and 3d Satur days at 7 p m. B F Cowan, W M: J E Dyer, Sec'y. I O O F meets each Friday 7:30 p m. M T Tipton, N G: Wm Ran kin, Sec'y. , I O of R M meeta at Red Men's Jlall every Juesday at 7:30 p m. Ilur.ii CorriNGER, Sachem: J & Ealky, C of R. Knights of Pythias meet Monday at 7:30 a m, at Red Men's Hall. John Cowan, Chancellor Comman der: E A AsiujuitN, K of R. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Bicycles at Sour Price acd terns. Any of the leading makes furnish ed you upon easy payments at cata logue prices as follows: Wheels cost ing $50.00 and under will be deliv ered to you for $10.00 cash and $2.00 per month. Wheels costing over $50.00 for 15.00 cash and $3.00 per month. WHEELS DELIVERED UPON RECEIPT OF THE FIRST PAYMENT, Wheels Guaranteed to be NEW and FIRST-class in All Respects or Money will be Refunded. Decide upon make of wheel you desire and order by number from catalogue of that manufacturer. Can also furnish any thing in the cycle line. Address, A n DDpn NEW ErtA A. V lAhtoVi UILDING.x Harrison St. & Blue Island Avenue, CiiicAqo, III. R-I-P-A-N-S v The modern stand ard Family Medi cine : Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. IL. m M u 01 m z o TIUDI VJanted An Idea Who can thlnkr or some slmpl thing to patent?' rotoct your Idea; tbry way brlnir tob weith. Write JOHN WEUDERBORN ft CO.. Patent Attor Deyt. Wanhington, D. C, for tbelr 1.8U0 prlc offw and list of two hundred tnTeotlons wanted. Ripans Tabulea. Ripans Tabules cure nausea. Ripans Tabules: at druggists. Ripans Tabules cure dizziness. Ripans Tabules cure headactteT Ripans Tabules cure flatulence. Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia. Ripans Tabules assist digestion. Ripans Tabules cure bad breath. Ripans Tabule3 cure biliousness Riana Tabules: one gives relief. Ripans Tabules cure indigestion. Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver. Ripans Tabulea: gentle cathartic. Ripans Tabules cure constipation. Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach. Ripans Tabules: plasant laxative. Ripans Tabules cure liver troubles. Tho wife of John Prigmore, of Victoria, Tenn., died at Victoria Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock. She had been a long sufferer from con sumption. Subscribe for the Nisws.. BICYCLES! sr Mill IHt