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ness ai d Weakness. 3
West Broughton, Qurbec, Oct. 1, '90.
The Pastor Kwnifj s NerveTonic I ordered wai
for a young Udy 01 :iiy household who was al
most ust,ksi to Lerneif and others, owing to ner
vous -prwtration.. blvpli8sne!js,weakness, &c.,Ac.
To-da y their; is quito a change. Tho young per
son m much belter, s'ronprer and tews nervous.
Bne will continue to uso vour medicine. I think
it Is.very good. P. SAKV1E, Catholic Priest.
St. Vincent's Hospital, 1
Toledo, Ohio, Juno 9, 1890. f
Wo used Pastor Koenig'a Nerve Tonio for epi
leptic fits In the case of a Mra. Gorman, and it
toppt d the fits from the time she commenced
taking It. "Wishing you an extensive Bale for
tiiia beneCoent rumcdy,
BldTEB BRADY, Secretary.
A Valuable Book on Nervous DIs-
l eauesand a sample cotue 10 any au
dress. I'oor patientu also get the med-
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tu-clcr liis direction uy see
KOK !C f.rS. CO.. Chicago, 111.
griabyDtxtslstaatSPlrarBottlo. G far 55
7 rr3 Slit. i.'?5. 6 Bottles for 89.
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An Alabama Genius.
Mrs. Sam Minter was visiting at
Cedar Point Saturday.
Mr. Harry Horned spent Saturday
and Sunday at Cedar Point.
Mr. Mark Brown and his best girl
attended the meeting at Pleasant
Grove Sunday week.
It was not onlv one person that
got left during the meeting at Pleas
ant Orove, but several.
Mrs. Burke, of near Shellmound,
is very low now but hope she may
be better in a few days.
Mr. John Hamilton and his charm-
incr sister. Miss Alice, were visaing
in Rankin's Cove last Sunday.
limits preaches the funeral
sermon of Mrs. Gray at Wesley
. i . - - T "I 1
Cbapel Sundap at lio ciock.
Miss Mintie Pryor and Miss Mat
tie Payne were visiting Mrs. J. W.
Brown, of Victoria, last Sunday.
A Money Maker in Hard Times.
I have for the live past years had
a pretty hard strucgle to make a
living,"but about there months ago
I began eel line; self heating flat in
mis and have made from four to
five dolars every day, which I
think is pretty good for an inexpe
rienced woman, my brother is now
selling irns and makes more than
I do but he has sold other things
and is more experienced, The iron
is sell hew ting, so it is the proper
heat all the time; and you can iron
in half the time you commonly do
and have the clothes much nicer,
you can iron out under a tree or in
any cool place and one cent s worth
of Benzoine will do an ordinary
roning, so you save the price ot the
iron in fuel in a few weeks. By
addressing W. H. Baird & Co.,
Station A., Pittsburg, Pa., you can
get full particulars, and I know
any one can do splendidly any
where. We sell at nearly every
house and any woman that 1
rons once with a self heating iron
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The League was 7cw" will have one, as it saves so much
day eve by Mr. Turley lta kin h fa
Sub ect on "Enemies Indifferance. .
R. W. McKelvv was elected con
eiahl a at Hnntsvilla at the recent
election. The Times suggests that j
he be invited to etump the btate
with exGovernor Jones.
"I believe in an honest dollar,
everv circular dollar being as round
as every other dollar of the same
diameter and circumference. I
understand that some of my com1
petitors say that they are opposed
to a 50"cent dollar. I will go fur,
ther than that. I am opposed to a
35cent dollar, a 17-cent dollar or
a 6-cent dollar. I insist on sound
money, and denounce Ihe crime of
1873. Every dollar ought by all
means to be stamped with the
words "One Dollars or ''One Doll"
in clear, bold, handsome type, and
no sophistry should be sufficient to
wean us away from the prin
ciple, which is the bulwark and
likewise the pinnacle of our finan
cial scheme. 1 believe in preserv
ing the parity of the metals' em
ploying a good, sharp paper to do
it with. Every dollar ought to be
interchangeable for two half dol
lar or four quarters, and any at
tempt to change this ratio is mis
chievous and intolerable. I do not
not believe in allowing the money
question to fettle itself. Red Hill
owes me $3.75, and I insist that he
should do the settling. As to mv
other views, a cheap coat always
makes a cheap man, and a public
office is a public trust without
waiting for the consent of any oth
er nation on earth. Protection to
the Auieriean industries, inter
- changeable value for value, and an
economical administration of the
government make the rich richer
the old man dream dreams. As I
said bsfore, a public office is a pub
lic trust, and Columbia is the gem
of the ocean. I hope they will
urintthisin the papers, so that
11 know mv exact views.
It was, perhaps, not necessary, for
my record is an open brouk where
tired horses come to water, but I
believe that a candidate owes it
hi mnstitnentsto take the peo
pie rully into his confidence, lhis
way, this door, that place is only a
drug store, and they only sell it in
quart packages there and not in
The South Pittsburg Statesman
has not arrived at this office for last
veek. Bv the way, who really con
trols of that paper? Jones Beene &
Son are labeled Owners, and l. u.
Woodfio, Editor and Proprietor.
Which is which, and what is the ex
act .shade ot me;nin.u;betweeu -Own-er"
Miss Kate Lewis of Victoria, was
in town Wednesday.
There was a large crowd in attend
Wonder who it was that lost his
horse during the meeting at I leas
Mrs. M. B. Sep3 13t
f!hn.ttn.nsno-a. Or.t. 5. The entire
ot Crnvo Rnnrlriv wepk and his best I t.i mn of the Countv Court was taks
drl left him while he was hunting it? en up today in discussing a resolu-
P i i iv .1 i : j. ..v,;.
lion oiirfu to appoint a. wmum
tee examine the books of county of
fleers to investigate the charges bes
ing life -that thousands of dollars
had been paid in criminal costs,
for which there was no warrant of
The Democratic members of the
A Dandy Thing to Sell.
I have been doing so well this
summer selling combination dip-
VQf T think if i mv dntv to
tell others about it. I have not court, many ot them, charge that
made as much money as some I it is a political move with the pur
read about, but I never make less pose of defeating Judge Moon in
than $3 and often $5 a day; the his congressional canvass by rais
dipper can be used as a fruit jar ing question in which there is no
filler, a plain dipper; a fine strain- truth Of course, Judge Moons
er- a funnel; a strainer funnel; a friends have no lear of the result of
sick room warming pan, and a the investigation, but the claim
pint measure. These eight differ- that an investigation is necessary is
ent uses makes the dipper such a expected to injure him. It is, how
..oooorv orHflo that it. Rp.lls at ever, having a counter effect and is
nearly every house, as it isso cheap making friends for the popular
You can get a sample by sending, Judge.
a I HiH. IS two-cent stamDS to nav m m
noataffe. etc . to W. H. Baird & Co., WiH Speak No More,
Station A, Pittsburg, Pa., and they Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct.
rill tnnil vnn a dinner, and vt.ll In ar.oordance with a letter
. .i. IV. J V. X I 1 J 1 .
nan rrn rio-ht, to work. Anv one Attornev General Harinan, Dis
b ro- AJ .'.. - T u r:kl
can make 85 or 4 a aav anvwnere. trici Aiiorney jauit-i x. xiuic,
k ri O 1 ) . 1 . 1 1 J!. nn(i iri
a liEADEK. oeD. o lot wno nas ueeu uuiuk tumc nvu
and effective stumping in Hiasi
Making Tuyeres. Tennessee for Bryan and Bob lay-
. r t or. todav canceuea nis iuluic
liUSiaison lros. nave rt-euivc'A itu , ' i t , .-rta4i
order for twelve more tuyeres for dates and announced JW
the T.C.I Co., for use at South of withdrawing from active partic
Pittsburg, Tr4 were just finishing
up an order tor six wnen tne secona Mr B ',g eleQjtio a8
nrdpr n-imp. .19 thp. fiirriMes hannen- ... , J -r .1.- u..t
j . 1 k 1 1 -ki V a 1 4. well as that 01 uov. layior, uut
ed m bad luck Monday and burnt . j haye becQme aware of the
fnur llTTOl-oa Mr (-.llttnTsjnn 18 . ii.. T
vuu v.v. - - views ot my chiel in tne matter x
now making them of silicon bronze . .. f active campaign
instead of the ordinary bronze, which , re3aUt anJ I do not think
is much more difficult to cast but Une necessities of the campaign re
produces a muuu muic umww w quire that saenhee at this time.
Can't some of our friends who are
in arrears pay us something on ac
count. We hate to ask you, but
cannot go on forever on bare ex
pectations. If you cannot pay us all
vou owe us, pav us some of it, and
if ' a v
make us feel that life is worth living.
The strangest thing in the way
oi a bloom we have ever seen is a
calladium in bloom in the yard of
Miss Lizzie Russell, in this place.
It has four blooms so far, each of
which have been from twelve to
sixteen inches long, of a rich cream
color, and a fragrance much like
ns 11 is
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Tn m vi n cr vrn this nnncr fnr ft0r. a Ll.i C ..,V rFn na it.
t" ' tr j 11 - ' " inai ui a tuuo iwo. v -
year we feel that we are earning ev- something new, and we are sure it
a. t t A. r t 1 i. A. 1 . 1 wv
ery cent 01 11.
f is the time to subscribe.
It costs fifty cents to mine an ounce
of silver, and $7.51 to mine an ounce
of gold. At 16 to 1
is the most valuable?
quite rare for the plant to bloom.
Jouesboro, Tenn., Herald and Tribune.
Prevention Is better than cure. Keep your
blood pure, your appetite good and your diges
tion perfect with Hood's Sarsaparllla, and you
Yt 111 not need to fear any form of sickness.
Hood's PIII9 act harmoniously withllood's
S-irsaarilla. Harmless, reliable, sure.
Through tho energy of Mr. J. W.
which metal Graham, the people of this town have
been getting concord grapes vue
nominal rate of 20c a basket. The
j same grapes sell at Winchester this
I State for 4Uc, whicu proves mat
somebody is making money.
er . . .
-WILL SELL you goods as
-CHEAP as you can BUY
-them in the VALLEY
-WE have just received a
-Large Stock of Shoes
-and we ask you to come
-and see them. . . .
(Cfl ASK the people of Sequachee and vicinity to call and see me.
SCHOOL TABLETS for gale
Our correspondents are in the mi
nority this week. However, there is
plenty of local news to take their
Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment
filed in U.S. Pension Offices.
CORRESPONDENCE solicited lrom persons de
siring to purchase land for residence or farming purn
poses. TITLES examined.
017 ATT X f
r-it fa B L-4
Office: Marion House.
Residents of Sequachee have all the privileges iu con
nection with Water Service; equal to any first claaacity. The
supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs
350 feet elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid,
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NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN.
Parties coming from the North will confer favor by
writing, or using 'Phone or Telegraph.
11 I li
WE can furnish you letter heads,
billheads, statements, circulars,
invitations and caids.
faction I L-5) C3) T P
uarauteed. , Jj j
The BusiueBS Centte.
Electric Cars to and from the Depots
and all Points of Interest pass
Fine Front Rooms: wide Halls:
practically fire proof.
Polite, Prompt Attention.
Lookout Mountain in full view from
Kates $2.00 per day.
Abner L. Ross, Proprietor.
Horace Bayless. J. T. Stewart.
Corner 8lh and Chestnut Streets. Pleat-
One block from Union Depot.
One block from Electric Cars.
Forty Front Booms.
Electric Lights and Bells in every-
Room. Polite attention.
Information about Battlefields and
Points of Historic Interest
Kates SI 50 to $2 per day.
Special by the week.
Abner L. Ross, Proprietor.
Frank IIodgkins. M. V. Owens.
(Special attention and information to tourists and ladies traveling aloneN
D8 or tie .
SEQMCHEE VALLEY WWL