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Sequachee Valley News.
Published at Sequachee, Xean. HILL & SON. Editobs & Publishers. Subscription, 50 Cents per Year. Entered in the Postoffue st Sequachee as Second Class Mail matter Tun Nkvs 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and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of good faith. Kap"News and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may be too late. ;-.- IOIISI10SS Is caused by torpid liver, which prevents diges tion and permits food to ferment and putrify in the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache, (y)(fil) lnsomina, nervousness, and, If not relieved, bilious fever O or blood poisoning. Hood's Pills stimulate the stomach, rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con stipation, etc. 25 cents. Sold by all druggists. The only Pills to take with Hood's SarsapaxiUa, DO YOUR DUTY. Before the text issue of the News we trust all our readers will have exercised the privilege ot American freemen and voted as they wished and for the can didates they considered the best qualified to perform the duties ot the office to which they aspire In heated campaigns like the present ene, cunning political managers threaten all kinds of eviU and it has always been so. But with the election over, the charges and counter charges are forgotten and the sun shines and the grass grows just as It did be fore and the progress of the na tion depends on no man or party. We believe in intelligent vor ing and we counsel our friends to exercise that independaut spir it which is the real safety valve of the country. Be citizens and patriots before being mete poli ticians, and in casting your bal lot, let it be thrown lor the can didate you thmk will be the best for the county, State and Nation. But at all times cast your own ballot. It is your duty to do so, whether the cause you espouse is endorsed or defeated you will nave done your duty and your conscience will be clear. The election over let us all sustain the priuciple that majori ties govern and whoever is elect ed receives our loyal support as becomes good citizens and then also let us ail try to encourage business and with more business Lope for the return of prosperity. I Tn the fifrnrlpnr. nf Hifit.nrv tba growth of the popular vote for President is interesting. 1872, Popular Vote, 6,466,165 15 per cent, of population. 1880 Popular Vote, 9,211,150, 18 per cent. 1892, 13,061,539, 20 J percent. 1896, estimated 16,000,000 23 per cent. If gain keeps on m 1900 25 per cent, one quarter ot the whole population will vote. We like to see a gold bug. It really makes ua laugh to see a man who believes in the efficacy ot the gold standard. It simply demonstrates a fact to us which he has never believed possible in America, viz , that a man can be come bo subserviant that he can bow down in homage to a sys tem which is absorbing all the money in the country. Five more years ot this policy and a dollar would be unknown except in name. Mauk the inconsistency of the Republican party. It declared tor bimetallism with this proviso that silver should be adopted by mutual agreement with foreign nations and yet its members go about preaching up the gold stan dard and wearing gold badges. The consistency of the thing is something wonderful. LA th WW y w y TTin OTHER night after being lulled to slumber by the melodious tinkle of a hundred cow I fi I i eS a 8weet yet s0 symphoiiy of a hound pup that was pouring forth his soul JL1U in a serenade to the moon, I had a most vivid and unpleasant dream. JI thought I stray ed into the church-vard and there plainly carved upon arouffh storm slab T name. Beneath it in rude lrtre rs was thft fnllnwinrr insnriritinn? ,, & r "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, "Thank Heaven, 'twas but a dream! itf my dieam awakencd a train of thought, which has resulted in a change of business methods. L 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 my store until I receive their equivalent Im. CASH BAETEE! By so doing I shall be enabled to make prices that will GIVE MY COMPETITORS A CHILL! 1 mean business as you will see by referring to the following partial list of the many bargains to be found Bryaf is the greatest orator this country has known for a long while. He has the art ot saying important things concise- ly and expressively. Outside of the relief the people want, this alone has won for him thousands or votes. Our Republican friends are awfully alarmed lest we should injure ourselves with a overdoso ot free silver. And yet the gen tleman who managed Blaine's campaign now declares that the Republican party made a mis take bv not declaring for free silver and thereby sticking to the 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 and financially able to carry out any ob ligations made by their firm. West & Tkuax, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. WALD1NG, KlNNAN & MaRVIX, 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 tenet: enunciated by its members. It is too bad. wisest They tell us we will ruin the country by adopting free silver.: Will it ruin it any quicker than Ibe preseut system? A Chance to Make Money. I have made $1,640 clear money in 87 days and attended to my household duties besides, and I think this is doing splendid for a woman inexperienced in business. Anyone can 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 washer 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 going to devote my whole time to this business now and I am ure I cm clear 65,000 a year. My sister and brother have started in the business and are doing splendid. You can get complete instructions and hundreds ot testimonials by addressing the Iron City Dish Washer Co., Station A; Pittsburg, Pa., and if you don't make lots of monev it's your own fault. Mrs. W. H. Sep3.13t Ha OC Dry Goods. Lawns, Best Indigo Calico, Good Calico, 4c Bleachings fYom 4c to 8c per y'd Cotton Checks, 4o to 6c Yard wide Domestic, 4c to Gc Ginghams, 4c Men's line shirts, 40c to 80c. Best Table Oil Cloth, 18c Ladies Hose, 4c Large Boss Bali Thread, 10c a doz. Best all-wool jeans, 25c per yard. Good jeans, 12c per yard. Good wool jeans pants, 75c a pair. Will have a flue line of shoes in next week at prices to suit the times. Dr. C. C. Roc's Lemon Tonic Liv er Kidney and Blood Medicine bottle for 65c; 50c bottle for 30c. Groceries. Bulk meat, Lard, 6c Arbuckle coffee, 5 packages 11.00 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 Tinware. "Although I will not, cannot trust, I'll undersell them all or bust." "Z-o-CLrs-fcr Lew IFrlcee. Sequachee, Tenn., Sept. 21, '96. C. ZHI. 3D-rx:DSObT-. Wanted-An Idea Who c&n think of tome i.iupla thin to patent? Who would 'open the mills' as Mnj McKinley suggest? Not the owners, because they do not wish to mauufacturci for the sake of charity. Give the people something to buy with and the mills will open. "All this couutry needs is a little more protection," says Maj. McKinley, It seems to be pro tected enough now when the peo ple cannot buy the article pros tected. Do you feel rich? Do you feel a superabundance of weaith within your grasp? Have you plenty to eat and plenty to wear? It so, vote for the jrold standard. "Open the inilld," says Maj. McKinley and the great mass or' the laboring people rise up and ask, "How in thunder can it be done aa things are going now.1 Protect your 11pm: ther hut brW v,,u irs JOHN WLbDEUbl'RN ft CO.. Patent Attor- Writ BeVl tTT L1 B ,rtl.n' V. t'-f,,r th,lp I-- Pr' t'Cer Honesty and Virtue. There is more honesty and virtue contained in a bottle of Salvation Oil, than in any other liniment known. "Mrs. A. Fiedler, 2864 Talethorp St., Philadelphia, Fa., confirms this truth: She found Salvation Oil to be an ex cellent remedy for rheumatism, stiff joints, bruises, etc., and thinks it should always bo kept in the house." Don't listen to the dealer's arguments in favor of a substitute. Insist on get ting Salvation Oil, itco!t ouly 25 cU. NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN- CO mmoo . 3 - Ll flllOIlS. Reasonable. Parties coming from the North will confer a favor by writing, or using 'Phoue or Telegraph. THOMAS B. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U. S. Pension Offices. UST C O RRES PON I E N CIS solicited trom persona de siring to purchase land for retidence or farming purn poses. TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE. TENN. SEOIIACHRR WATER WOM Office: Marion House. Residents of fvquachce have all the privileges in con nection wi n Wutor S Tvitec; equal to any first da city. The supply id tukt n from Cuuiburland Mountain from epnnga 35u feet elevation. Three rnika of pipe are now laid.