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uw(nsEBirMIrj ! i ! y Pa 2?crvon.3 Prostration, Kicopiccs ncsu and Weakness. 3 'W;ar L'r.orouTo:;, Quebec, Oct. 3, '00. The Pastor Kucni's Kervo Tonic I ordered vas for a yomi.'? lady vl my iiOJsetoM whovas al most iwelrs t to iieracif and others, owing to ner vous prostration, bleuples-nons.woa kr.cas, &.v.,&c. To-day the n: is o.ailo a rli inge. The young per son is much boiler, i.lronrer and leas nervous. fcihe will continue to use your ined'.cine. I thiulj H la.very j,oou. i. m., uuuiojiu meat,. St. Vtncent's Hospital, I Toledo, Ohio, Juuo9, 1S!A f We used Pastor Koonis'a Kcrvo Tonio for epi leptic fits in tho cane of n Mrs. Gorman, and It etoppud tho fito from the tiina uho coinraeiiood tftkirc it- Wishing you an extensivo Bale for tliia be&oficont romody, SIliTSIC 13EAJDY, Secretary. A Valuable Rook on tCorvona J)U- easesftud a pauiplo botllo to any ad dVL'88. Poor patioiitsaltio cot tlieinod- Tiiin rcmudy has beeu pro-pared by the Kev. Ftthei Kocni;-, of Fort 'Wayne, luu., auico 1376, ana ia now Wider Ms direction Ity tiio KOSMIC rEO.CO., Chicago, 3 Gold by Brvggi stn at S3 1 p cr IJattlo. & for Brownsville. Mark Brown came back Satur day to accompany the girls to tho Pocket. W. A. Brown has sold his house in Whitweli to Joseph Henson. John Houts was running the 3treet cars last Sunday. Mac Burnett And son Willie, of Sequachce. were here last ekindav. Misses Maude, Dora, Hallie and May Pry or, Messers. -Baker Baker E. P. Taylor, Will Pryor and Wal ter Crozier, of Whitweli, and J. B. Womack, of Victoria, accompani? cl by J W. Brown, W. A. Brown and G. M. Brown visited our town last Sunday and took a trip to the Pocket to wander through tht grand scenes of nature and see the beauties of the scenery, wuich cans Dot be well described by human pen, but to appreciate it to its ful lest capacity, one must come and see for himself alter which it is long to be remembered, we might say never to be forgotten. It was one of the most beautiful crowds of young ladies ever seen on tne mountain in the vicinity of Brownsville, as they returned all decorated with ferns and all sorts of evergreens. After this a vote was taken on several queslions one of which we will give, and that was, as to whom was the greatest coffee drinker, E. P. Taylor having that honor, as he drank nine cup of the delicious beverage. It was made by W. A. Brown. We almost forgot to mention that the coffee was sweetened by Miss Hallie Pryor and as Ed does not like sugar in his coffee, guess how she gave that coffee such a de licious flavor so as to suit his taste so remarkably well. Miss Dora Pryor will not forget the trip while she was wandering among the rocks. She slipped and fell and was precipitated into pool of water. It is also to be supposed that Walter will also rec ollect his for he did a good job to pull her out. It seems as though Mr. Baker and his girl were the two best walkers in the crowd as they could get over the most terri1 tr ry in the least time, and Bruce Womack was sure of foot but slow. J. W. Brown, of Victoria, was visiting his brothers Sunday. Retohter. Rirans Tabulcs: pleasant laxative. FiFF Queer Election Wagers. -Ilawsville, Ky., Plain Dealer: "A certain young man has agreed I a with his best girl that if Palmer is elected he is to work six days in each week to support her, but Mc- Kinley goes in, then she is to take in washing for the lay-out. IHl'll r . . J' a a -Lexington, Ky., Argonaut. "An election wager was made yesterday between Attorney Schooler and A. oiis, iu u iuc iuu iciuiiw come in. Jt is as fallows: Every time Bryan carries a State and Set- tie a precinct, Schooler will take a drink of whiskey, and each time the returns show that McKi, ley has car- ried a State and Breckenridge a come in precinct, Ellis will take a couple l of drinks." Nicholasville, Ky., Journal: "N. B. Baldwin, of the Monarch St?am Laundry, is so sanguine over the election of Bryan that he has made a wager with Kobert Hale, who is I equally as hopeful ot McKinley's chances, which will require a great deal ot muscle and grit to pay. it Bryan is elected Hale has to push Baldwin from here to Brannon and return in a wheel-barrow, but in the event of McKiuley's election Bald win will wheel Rale to Lexington and back, a distance of twenty-four miles." Richmond, Ky., Pantagraph: "The queerest election bet we have heard oi is that two young men ot this city have made. One is an ardent silver- ite, while the other believer that cur present money is good enough far any sone man. Both these young fellows aie in lovo with the same oiri, who is one of the prettiest and most. fasrhiathH? voun ladies of the county. The iirl admires both lov- inn,iaM0 k - tween them. To settle the matter o,v,;...-,M,r tl, ir.o- mor. l.-iva v.rvanA nn thfl , follniiim aiTaiifremfflS If v a Bryan is elected ther Mr. Gold-Bug is to quit speaking to Miss Admired, ana relinquish ail his claims to her hand and heart, but it McKinley wins the day, Air bilver lieetle must step aside and allow the souud-mon- ey beau fud swa and a fair iield, and never again speak to the young lauy. The girl has agreed to this arrangement. A Flag of Warning. T C 4l, llT-Mnrr linV!nn morning cough, for it warns you that consumption lurks near. The famous Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure it. "I had a very bad cough. One doctor pronounced it consumption. I used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and was com pletely cured ; the cough left me and has never come back. Simon Smasal, 375 31st Street, Chicago, Ills." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup costs but 25 cents. Ask for Bull's, take only Bull's. A Great Chance to Make Money. I want to teil you of my wonder ful success. Being a poor girl and needing money badly, I tried the Dish Washer business and have cleared $200 every month. It is more money than I ever had be fore and I cant help telling you about it, for I believe any person can do as well as I have if they on ly try. Dish Washers sell on sight, every lady wants one. The Mound City Dish Washer Co., St. Louis, Mo., will give you all necessary in sti notions, so you can begin at once. The Dish Washer does splendid work; you can wash 'and dry the dishes in two or three min utes without putting your hands in the water at all. Try this busi ness and let us know how you suc ceed. Elizabeth C. SCHOOL TABLETS for sale at this otlice. Kipans Ta'jules cftre liver troubles. A Money Maker in Hard Times. I, have for tho live past years had pretty hard struggle to make a living, but about there months ago I began felling self heating flat h rons and have made from four to five dollars every day, which I think is pretty good for an inexpe rienced woman, my brother is now Belliug irns and makes more than j d() n ho hft8 g()ld ()ther Uli and jg more exi,erienced Tbe ir ig geU icatin? yo it is the . r neat ,)H tne time. an(- can ili()U in half th time you commonly do &m have the clothes much nicer, you can iron ou, lUHer a tree or in any cool place and one cent's worth of Benzoine will do an ordinary U roning, so you save the price of the iron in fuel in a few weeks. Bv addressing V. 13. Baird & Co'., fetation A., P'ttsburg, Pa., yon can get lull particulars, and I know any one can do splendidly any where. We sell at riburh every house and any woman that i 10ns once with a self heating iron will havt i. no, us it saves so much labor and does so much better worij Mrs. M, B. Sep3 13t The Ke w Hook Spoon Free to All. I read in the Christian Standard that Miss A M. Fritz, Station A.. oi. liOius. Aio., would give an eie . t ft r i i gant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten 2cent stamps. I sent for one and found it so useful that! shewed it to my friends, and made 13.00 in two hours, taking orders lor the spoon. ihe hook spoon is a household necessity It cannot slip into the dish or cookint vessel, being held m the place by a hook on the oack. The spoon is something that housekeepers have needed ever since spoons were first invented. Anyone can get a sam Ple gPoon lv sending ten2-cent stamps to miss rrnz. inis is a Plenrtu! way to ma lie money a rOUHQ hOlUC Very truly, Jeannette S. S.3 13t That Vvqaderful Churn. I want to add my testimony to the list of those that have used the ijigninn g cnuru. it does an tnai is claimed for it, you can asdy churn in or e minute and get a Mnrger percentage oi omter man with the common churns. I never took the agencv for anything be fore but so many of my neighbors wanted churns that I ord red 30 and they are all gone, I think in a year every farmer will have a Lightning Churn, In fact they can't afford to be without one as they make so much more butter, and a good bit of money can be made in every township sailing these churns. By writing to J, F. Casey & Co.. St Louis, Mo., you can get circulars and full informal tion about the chtt'rn. A Reader: RI-PA-N-S The modern stand ard Family Medi-f cine : Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. m u O o THADC MAMK Tennessee Enterprise. Chattanooga, Oct. 27. The South Pittsburg Pipe Works have just closed an order for several miles of cast iron water pipe for Honolulu, Hawaiian Isiands, and the same com pany has just finished supplying ! I,0u0 tons of cast iron piping for Cutta Rica. i A.. . I ft LAW STATIONARY b urn, K Satisfantion Guaranteed. I The "Rossmore The Business Centre. Electric Cars to and from the Depots and all Points of Interest pass ' this Hotel. Fine Front Rooms: wide Halls: practically fire proof. Polite, Prompt Attention. Lookout Mountain in full view from Hotel Veranda. Rates $2.00 per day. AlSXKK L. ItOSS, PllOPKTETOii. CLEKKS. IIOUACE BAYLKSS. J. T. S THWART. Cy'Spccial attention ami information to tourists anil ladies traveling alone. 011ATT ANOOHA, TEXK 8E0iCHEE A Card to the Voters of T is being reported that I compel every man of road on the public road, and if CI ! j jr mm 1 l Marion County in the next General Assembly of the State of Tennessee that I would use my influence toward causing the passage of such an act. I emphatically DENY the charge as I have NEVER made such state ments. I now, and have always opposed the present road law, from the simple fact that there is not equal justice dealt out to the poor laboring class and the wealthiest class; and for another reason, that is, our present road law is an expensive one to the County, and troublesome to put into effect. And for another reason, that the law is imperative and makes the one refusing to serve guilty of an offense against the statutes. I am in favor of a law governing the laying out and working of public roads in Tennessee that will equalize the burden and make it proportionate on rich and poor. I am, further, in favor of working the short term convicts of the State on the public roads, thereby lightening the burden, of road working to our citizens and utilizing our convict labor without bringing it into, competition with free labor. To all those voters whom I cannot I am not advocating those principles me through the malice of some utterly false and I have been proving them false wherever I have- been Hoping that this may receive due consideration from all the fair-minded voters of Marion County on the third of November, I am, Respcctmlly, Public Speaking. Prof. W. R. Webb, of Bell Buck le, will deliver a public address on the subject of money and coinage, in the Court House in Jasper, Saturday, Oct. 31, at 1 p. m. v Our friends will have to excuse short-comings this week. When j sickness gets into a printing olhce it raises an awful lot ot trouble. Ripius Tubules: for scur stomach. WIS can.tumibh you letter heads, biii heads, statements, circulars, invitations undcuid8. BOOK WOUK. 1 fc: Merchant's Hotel. Comer 8th and thftitnnt btrteia. l'leas ant LoctK'n. One block from Union Depot. One block from Electric Cars. Forty Front Rooms. Electric Lights and Bells in every Room. Polite attention. Information about Battlefields and Points of Historic Interest freelv furnished. Kates $1.30 to $2 per day. Special by the week. Abxer L. Ross, Pkoiuuetok. OLKUKS. Frank Ho;kins. M. V. Owens. VALLEY HEWS. Marion County: am in favor of a road law that will working age to work 10 or 15 days elected to represent the people of see, I wisli them to. understand that which have been charged against evil-disposed persons. Their charges a J. J. DYKES. Itipans Tabulcs. Ripans Tabulos cure nausea. Itipans Tabulc3: at druggists. Ripans Tabules cure dizziness. Ripans Tabules cure headache. Ripana Tabules cure flatulence. Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia. Rip;ns Tabules assist digestion. Ripaiu Tabu'.er. cure bad breath. Ripans Tibui '3 cure bil!ousneF3. Ripans Tabulcs: cr.e gives relief. Rirans Tabulcs cure indigestion Ripans Tabuic scare torpid liver. Ripans Taluks: gentle cathartic. Ripaus Tabules cure constipation. I IMG!