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Sejuncheo Valley News.
Published at Scquachee, Tenn. HILL & SON. Editi.ks & Publishers. 15 ub3criplioa, 50 Cents per Year. Dote red in the Poetofl'ice at Sequachee as Second (,'lass Mail matter, The News is not responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of goodfaith. fSNews and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday uoon, otherwise it may be too late. Epasy to Take masy to Operate Are features peculiar to Iloort's Tills. Small la size, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one roan U (U THURSDAY, OCT. 15, 1896. The Courier- Journal, of Louis ville, Ky., which has been as in-, dustrious a Yellow Jacket paper us any aud has said many hard things 'of the Chicago platform aud its nominee, now saye: "From now on until the end of the campaign and beyond, let the war of discussion oe conduct cd with all civilized regard for the amenities of private life." Why the necessity for change. Good politics are always on that line, and abuse is not argument. Has the Journal a regard to Ub subscription list now? For once we can say we have eceu an editorial page at whose centiment no one could cavil. In those troublous political times this is remarkable. We refer to the Nashville American which reached us one day laet week in all the purity of immaculate white as regards an.editonal page. We ,want the people of th;B place to keep up their interest in the road up the mountain which must surely be made this fall. Get the excitement of the elect ion over, which is only three weeks ahead and then we hope to know something. It is of so much importance for the people of this place that it must not be let drop. II, Clay Evans claims that the present financial trouble is due to overproduction and waut of confidence in the people by the busiufsa men. Evaus is either preaching a doctrine which he knows is uutrue, or else is a candidate for the State luuatic asylum. If so, buy him a strait waist coat. A traveling man savs that the statement of the Courier-Journal thai the drummers of the coun try wtre united against Bryan is an infamous lie. This is not the tirsr time the Courier-Journal has become closely related to Ana ma. said: " You never know you have taken a pill till it is all over." 25C. C. I. Hood & Co., Proprietors, Lowell. Mass. The only pills to take with Hood's Sanaparilla. PSBDs The candidate now sings "we'll be all smiles co-night, " but he does not remember that in a little while half ot the gen- 1 1 Ml L . ..11 lus candidate win oe an groans instead of smiles. Republican leaders are begin hing to teel disappointed. That which was once a land Blide iu their favor, now looks as if it were going the other way. WARMS MO jzs Li pn A A 11 S THE name. OTHER 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 his soul in a serenade to the moon, I had a most vivid and unpleasant dream. Jl thought I stray ed mto the church-yard and there plainly carved upon a rough stone slab, I saw my own Ilcneath it in rude letters was the following inscription: "Pause, stranger, pause and drop a tear, lie 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, "Thank Heaven, 'twas but a dream!" But my dream awakened a train of thought, which has resulted in a change of business methods. I find that some of my competitors have been underselling me for the reason that they SOLD for CASH. I cannot longer do business at a disadvantage. From this date I shall allow no goods to leave ray Candidate for Senatoi. The Democratic candidate for Senator. Mr. J, II. Gunn, of Pei ham, Grundy Co., called on the News Friday morning early. Mr. ! Gunn is a farmer and has lived continuously in Grundy County. He has been for twenty years a member of the countv court and although when he was first elected that county was bankrupt, he with the assistance of others by re trenchment and relorm, got the County of Grundy out of debt which honorable position ii holds to-day. He has served his Count in many offices, was the represent tative in the General Assembly of 1891, when this county was in eluded in the Flotorial District, and introduced the bill creating the office of County Judge for Ma rion County. Mr Gunn realises that much re form is needed and if elected will try to represent all the people of the district. How's Tlrs? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 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 arvd financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm. West & Tuuax, Wholesale Brug gists, Toledo, O. Waldino, Kinxan fc Makvix, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall s Catarrh Care 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 store until I receive their equivalent By so doing I shall be enabled to make prices that will MY COMPETITORS A CHILL! 1 mean business as you will see by referring to the following partial list of (he many bargains to be found at my store. GIVE 3i-o 4 Dry Goods. Lawns, Dest Indijjo Calico, 5c Good Calico, 4c Bleachings from 4c to 8c per y'd Cotton Checks, 4e to 6c Yard wide Domestic, 4c to 6c Ginghams, 4c Men's fine shirts, 40c to 80c. liest Table Oil Cloth, 18c Ladies Hose, 4c Large 15oss Hall Thread, lOoa doz. Best all-wool jeans, 25e per yard. Good jeans, 12e per yard. Good wool jeans pants, 75c a pair. Will have a fine line of shoes in next week at prices to suit the times. Pr. C. C. Roc's Lemon Tonic Liv er Kidney and Blood Medicine $1 bottle for 65c; 50c bottle for 30c. Groceries. Bulk meat, ' 5 Lard, Ge Arbuckle coffee, 5 packages II. OO Good green coffee at 18e 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 DriYe in Tinware. "Although I will not cannot trust, Til undersell them all or bust." Sequachee, Tenn., Sept, 21, '9G "STcru-rs fc.x Xjotxt Prices, CL Judge Moon's speech at Jas per Saturday was that of au em inent jurist. No slang of any kind marred, his seuteuces but V very thing avhs massive aud powerful us. pxooeedmg from au import tut position. Dimness, is surely though ti.vy improving. Although crop arc iu,t o large us desired, wcrvbodv Li'.s Boruttbirg ahead aid Eccicd GTnti!rr- If c --us this. A Chan.ce to Make Money-. I have made $1,G40 clear money in 87 days and attended to my household duties besides, arid I think this is doing splendid for a woman inexperienced in business. Anyone cau sell what everyone wants to buy, and every family wants a Dish Washer. I don't canvass at all; people come or send for the washer, and every washes that goes out sells two or three more, as they do the work to per fection. You can wash and dry the dishes in two minutes. I am point? to devote ray whole time to ilhls business now and I am sure I c.n clear $5,000 a year, lly sister and brother have started in the business aud are doing splendid. You can 2et complete instructions ;ad h,uU-J? o. testimonials by r laddr.tsing the Iron City Dish i . . 1 1 1 it 1 nn Jasper. The burning question in town now is how much heavier can Mr. Simpson get his fat hog. 60O pounds is not bad; much better than a razor-back Miss Maggie Lancaster enjoyed her visit to Ohio so much that she hardly wanted to come back to Tennessee. Col. Spears' improvements to his. house on Spring St., are nearing completion, ttuss Pryor being now engaged putting on the finishing; touches. We- know Kuss to be an artist in his line and what he does is done'on honor. Now Col Spears hna &t the tmce we wish every one in Jasper could bring their places, up in line, abolish, the 6,-foot fen ces, and make the place- beautiful... The attendance of the public school at Sam Houston Academy is good. Miss Francis' school i3 phenominal An average of 93 per cent, of enrollment shows that that the little ones are anxious to learn and their constant attend ance is a hopeful sign. Miss Mid die Beene waa in charg as princi pal in the absence of Mr. Gilliam, Wednesday last, and she acquitted oil Mr Allen, the 3rd nifttant strikes us as a born ped&s. gogue. We hope the new windows for the building will soon oe piac M n t L ON, NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN. i ran km Ctees KJ oaaiions; easona XSTParties coming from the Korth will confer a favor by writing, or using 'Phone or Telegraph, THOMAS HILL. ashcrCo., Station A; Pittsburg, i V bntPfl An flPR otj.u t., ami it you don t make iois oi H th.T .y bring m w th. : r,1t J.jriV TL-k-liHFRhtTRN CO.. Patent AU-MT- V US VDllI UMU jaUH. . k iv.i. t til unu lillf' t Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U. S. Pension Offices. tOOKREiSPONDENOE solicited trom persons de siring to purchase land for residence or farming pur poses. TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE. TENN. iEQUACHEE WATER I0BKS, Office: Marion House. Residents of Scquachee have all the privileges in con nection wi.ii Water S-rvicr;-rqnal to any first clues city. The supply id taK.Ht from Ctjiabfr'and Mountain from ppringw ojU fuct clcvulion. Tiircy milc of pipo urauow laU. r Mrs. Y. II. Sep3,l3t SSuui or ia fcuairn iuu a