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ScMjmicIico Valley News.
Published p,t Sequachee, Tenn.
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THURSDAY, OUT. 1, 1896.
A PALPABLE FAKE.
We are sorry the South Pitta
burg Republican vvalkel into the
trap and published the transpar
ent fake manufactured in Wash-,
jngton to deceive the voters in
country districts. The idea of
Mr. Sewall being a party to as
sist the opposition is too silly and
ridiculous, and we pity the or
gans which blindly follow the
meanness which prompts lyiug.
Mr, Sewall is a gentleman in all
that it means, and whatever he
owns, he has made honestly in a
business which has had no pro
tection, and the name of Sewall
in his section stands for honor
able and honest dealing.
OUR MOUNTAIN ROA B.
In the excitement of the polit
ical campaign we must not lose
sight of the buildiug of the road
VP the mountain, .and we pre
sume it will be done this fall
To Sequachee it means a good
deal, and we are sure the people
who have pledged themselves to
help will be on hand when the
time comes to carry out their
part. So we fay don't be dis
couraged. We believe and feet
there are better times ahead,
and what we shall all appreciate.
When the ill-mannered boors
representing Yale College inter
rupted Mr. Bryan last Thursday,
this is the mild aod suave man
ner in which he disposed of them,
but unfortunately college heads
aa represented hy thoee geutle
men are too thick to appreciate
line iuuueudoes. "I am not speak
ing now to the sous who are
sent to college on the proceeds ot
illigotten gains, I will wait un
til these eons have exhausted
what their fathers have R ft them,
and I will appeal to their child,
ren, who will have to commence
life where their grandfathers
men's sous ot xaie vonege
thought they wtre doing a lot of
good for the Republican cause
when they sought to drown the
yoice of speaker Bryan by yells
and bxass band music. There is
something peculiar about the ma
jority of the American people.
Any pub ic insult to a mau of
the people reflects back yith ten
fold vengeance. The asinine
college boys did not think ol this
otherwise they would havo kept
The Chicago Chronicle says
that Altgeld means Old Gld,
and no wonder he insists on gold
jceca. No it don't. It mean
& good as 0X Uold.
ucfo in Little
Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medi
cine ever contained so great curative power ia
so small apace. They are a whole medicjno
chest, always ready, al--ways
efficient, always sat
isfactory; prevent a cold
or fever, cure all liver ills,
sick headache, jaundice, constipation, eto. 25c.
The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Tiie Senator lrom this district
explaining why he voted against
the bill locking toward a revision
of the Constitution, has the as
surance to say, if he is reported
right, that the people in his dis
trict don't want it. For the
people, read politicians aud of
ficeholders, but we kuow that
the people hero will vote solid for
a conveutiou it they get a chance.
A revision of the Constitution
ought U) be made and half tne
First That he abused the
pardoning power, having issued
808 pardons to convicts in four
years more t han one every day,
Sundays included. I have the
letter of the Secretary of State
giving the above number. So,
Pittgburg Republican. .
The above from Tillman's
statement is rather doubtful in
meaning. One pardon every
day for four years, Sundays in-
i i ii
bo 1460 of 'em.
Little was done in either house
yesterday except the passage of
the appropriation bill. The to.,
tal amount specitied to defray
i he expenses of the extra session
is $19,898. 61, Nashville Amer
ican. Think of it ! The above is a
fair report of the whole 20 day
session, and $20,000,00 of the
people's huid earned money ia
The political situation summed
up i- just this; It Bryau and a
lioerul Congress is elected, we
are to have a change which ev
ery one feels is badly needed, if
McKiul. y is elected, then keep
on in the same rut, only put on
The Mexican dollar trick is be
coming a ed.
Bismark on Bimetallism.
In a speech at Dallas, Texas, Gov
ernor Culberson read the following
letter in reply to one he had sent to
Prince Bismark asking for his views
Priedrichsruhe, August 24, 189G.
Honored Sir: Your esteemed fa
vor has been duly received. I hold
that this is the very Hour that would
be advisable to bring about between
the nations chiefly engaged in the
world's commerce a mutual agree
ment in favor of the establishment of
bimetallism. The United States are
freer by far in their movements than
any nation of Europe, and hence if
the people of the United States
should find it compatible with their
interests to take indepenJant action
in the direction of bimetallism, I can
not but believe that such action
would exert a most salutary inlluence
upon the consummation of internal
L. W. Gabel has a well developed
felon on his hand, which has ruite
occupied his attention night and day
of late, and he is willing to dispose
of it at any price to anvone who ap
Dreciates a felon. We do u't.
V f mm m frr-rma.
OPIIEPv night after being lulled to slumber by the melodious tinkle of a hundred cow
bells and the sweet yet soft symphony of a hound pup that was pouring forth bis soul
in a serenade to the moon, I had a most vivid and unpleasant dream. l thought I stray
ed into the church-yard and there plainly carved upon
Beneath it ir rude letters was the following inscription:
"Pause, stranger, pause and drop a tear,
He trusted all creation,
And now, poor man, he slumbers here,
A victim of starvation."
I awoke, bathed In cold perspiration, and murmured fervently to myself,
my dream awakened
I find that some of
I cannot longer do business at
store until I receive their equivalent
By so doing I shall be enabled to
1 mean business as you will see by
at my store.
Best Indigo Calico, 5c
Good Calico, 4c
Bleachings from 4c to 8c per y'd
Cotton Checks, 4c to 0c
Yard wide Domestic, 4c to 6c
Men's line shirts, 40o to 80c,
Best Table Oil Cloth, 18c
Ladies Hose, 4c
Large Boss Ball Thread, 10c a doz.
Sequachee, Tenn., Sept. 21, '90.
The Lexington, Ky., Gazette
says: "Gen. W. II Gentry, of this
county, has growing in his garden
a pumpkin vine which has twenty
six matured pumpkins on it, an
average one of which weighed 28
pounds, or an aggregate of 728
pounds of pumpkins irotn oneseeJ,
He also has one squash plant that
produced GO matured pquash that
averaged 15 pounds, or an aggre
gate of 900 pounds "
If anything more was wanted to
demonstrate the great value of Fast
Tennessee as an oil field, it is now
made manifest in the legal fight
inaugurated last week between the
South Penn Company, an annex of
the Standard, and the Stone Oil
Company, of Brooklyn, N. Y., to
obtain possession of the lease of the
Gunter farm, says a Rugby dis
patch to the Chattanooga Times.
Then there is another big law suit
on hand about the Bob's Barwell,
aud people certainly do not go to
law, which is an expenive under
taking, about property or leases, or
anything else, unless it is very vaU
uable. This plainly shows how
highly the Standard people really
value the property, though they
are working very quietly. It was
stated last week on very good au.
thority that the contract had been
let for twenty-live new wells, but
that woik would not be pushed un
til after election.
Uis estimated that the pecan
a n n p n
a train of thought, which has resulted in a change of business methods.
my competitors have been underselling me for the reason that they
SOLD for CASH.
a disadvantage. From this date I shall
make prices that will
referring to the following partial list of
Best all-wool jeans, 25e per yard.
Good jeans, 12c per yard.
Good wool jeans pants, 75c a pair.
Will havo a fine lino of
shoes in next week at
prices to suit the times.
Dr. C. C. Roc's Lemon Tonic Liv
er Kidney and Blood Medicine SI
bottle for G5c; 50c bottle for 30c.
''Although I will not, cannot trust,
I'll undersell them all or bust."
Touis f ci Lew DPrlces,
crop of Texas this year will sell for
one million dollars.
"We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen
years, and believe him perfectly hon
orable in all business transactions and
financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their firm.
Vest& Thuax, Wholesale Drue-
! gists, Toledo, O.
AYaliino, Kixnan fc Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
Ripans Tabules cure nausea.
Ripans Tabules: at druggist3.
Ripans Tabules cure dizziness.
Ripans Tabules cure headache.
Ripans Tabules cure flatulence.
Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia.
Ripans Tabules assist digestion.
Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
Ripans Tabules cure biliousness.
Ripaus Tabules: one gives relief.
Ripans Tabules cure indigestion.
Ripans Tabules euro torpid liver.
Ripans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
Ripans Tabules cure constipation.
Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach.
Ripans Tabules: rlcasant laxative.
Ripans Tabules cure liver troubles.
rsSTN T73X2 f F 1
a rough stone slab, I saw my own
'twas but a
to leave my
Jlj 0B9M WW, BUS y
the many bargains to be found
Bulk meat, 5
Arbuckle coffee, 5 packages $1.00
Good green coffee at 18c per lb,.
Fair coffee 12c per lb
Granulated sugar 18 lbs, $1.00
Extra Common Sugar, 19 lbs, $1.00
.Best Flour, $4.00 per barrel
Great Drive in Time.
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
The New Hook Spoon Free to All..
I read in the Christian Standard
that Miss A M.Fritz, Station A.
St. Louis, Mo., would give an eles.
gant plated hook spoon to anyone
sending her ten 2-cent 6tamps. I
sent for one and found it so useful
that I showed it to my friends, and
made $1300 in two hours, taking:
orders for the spoon. The hook
spoon is a household necessity. It
cannot slip into the dish or cooking
vf:?ep!, being held in the place by a
book on the oack. The spoon is
something that housekeepers havo
needed ever tinco sp-nms were first
invent -1. Anyone can get a sanr
pie spoon by Fading ten 2cent
stamps to Mi Frit. This is a.
?pl"ndid way to cuke money ag
Very truly, Jeannette R. S.SlSt
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