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Sequachee Valley, News.
Published at Sequachee, Tenn. HILL & SON. Editors & Publish mis. Subscription, 50 Cents per Year. Entered in the Postoffue t Sequachee as Second Class Mail matter TiiK Nkws in not responsible fortlie i . -m o unions ot its corresnonrtents. nor for signed communications, and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not tor publication but as an evidenoo of p-ood fnith. i r (CNews and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may be too late. 'IIiijiTsdI y, "n o v7i Jrim. COERCION. There is a movement on foot among some of our Republican hiemis at Victoria and surround ing country to attempt to dish The News by threatening to de prive it of one hundred names. We don't know about the chance of losing the one nun dred subscribers but we do kuow this. Those whom we suspect as being most prejudiced have not paid for the paper yet and al thouvh we have repeatedly sent them bills have not even had the courtesy to tell us when Ihey ex pected to pay up and on the face of this the paper was sent to them only on their own solicita tion. It is the worst kind of co ercion when in the 20th century free speech i8 threatened. We hold and believe that every man has a right to act and think just as he pleases and we shall al ways do so. Tub News has been and is in dependant aud this fact can be proved any day by reading through our dies- -We are iu fa vor of honest, capable govern ment, no matter by whom, and shall at all timea comment on the action of any person whom we think has violated their obliga tion in any particular, or anys one who from incapacity has failed to perform the duties of the office to which he was elecU ed. We are glad that American citizeus can as they have done, change i id ffovernrnaui so easi ly, and it is an object lesson to th world. Now instead of thrashing over the election let everybody as gooi citizens take hold and help make business bet ter, and show that many who have been charging all sorts of calamities are the falsest of false prophets. According to the Alabama Enquier a country editor is one who reads newspapers, writes on any subject, sticks type, folds pa pers and makes up mail, runs er mnil. saws wood works in the garden, is blamed for a thousand! and one things he never thought of, works hard an aay, is suuject to spring fever, helps people into otlice who forget all abou t it af terward, and frequently gets cheated out of his earnings, lie 'a 'orv.er Vie f , u len T tucaiuiuH ui b , ., , caused by Catarrh, which is noth- puil up and does more to build but an inikmeJ condition of up a town than anyb nly else; the j mcou, gurraf8 mieer and the logy are benefited, We will givc 0ne Hundred Dol vet they do not pay for his paper, JU3 for anv cae 0f Deafness (caus but will borrow it aud read it ed by catarrh) that cannot be cur- and cuss tbo lool of an editor, ed by Halls Catarrh Cure. Send m , m for circulars; tree. Job printing of the neatest and F.J.CHENEY it CO, Toledo, O. iesw kind promptly done at this, of- Sold by druggists, 75c, L a Hall's Uinily T'lli are the best ittle Is especially true of Hood's Tills, for no medi cine ever contained so great curative power in so small space. Tliey are a whole medicine r j chest, always ready, al- I ..... AraniAl. -1 A. ""j'miwajsssi isfactory; prevent a cold or fever, cure all liver ills, sick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c. The only Fills to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. A New Theory. A consequence and not a theory. It queer, to one who has noted the progress of the age to see a minis ter laying claims to intelligence, stand before an enlightened au dience and attempt to establish the dogma of an endless hell on logicaPgrounds, when we know it is not a doctrine of reason. 'A short time since listened to a ser in which the preacher attempted to establish the doctrine on the following grounds. He said. "The sinner dies and suffers in hell not as a penalty, but as a consequence. Punishment in hell is a conses quence and not a penalty. He il lustrated this position thus. A man commits murder, he is hung, his neck is broken and he suffers the penalty of his crime. Another man falls from a house top, his neck is broken also but he suffers only the consequence of his acci dental fall. To show the absurdity of all such statements, if a falling accidentally from a house top suf. fcrs a consequence and the unre pentant sinner who dies and goes to hell, suffers only a consequence, then it follows that sin has no pen alty, both accidental and wilful violation of law involve the same thing. We see according to such statements, the man who accident ally falls suffers only a consequence Then there can be no crime at tached to a consequence, and the sinner who suffers in bell an end less consequence, suffers as an ins nocent consequential sinner, since the endless misery of the sinner is only consequence and not a penal ty, which proves that there is no penalty for sin, then it follows that there is no law against sin, or if there is. it is a nullity. For a law without a penalty is no law at all. Is the above preaching the gospel or is it blunt nonsense? The preacher also said in his closing Deafness Cannot bo Cured bv local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by con-? stitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eus. tachian Tube. When this tube is lntlameu you nave a rumb ha sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroy- y y gj $ Crime np3 WO SUSPICIOUS looking characters wearing masks and carrying dark lan terns paused in front of DAVIDSON'S STORE one dark night last week and J began trying to fit a key to the door. While thus engaged a slip of paper attracted the attention of one of them and he picked it up and studied it a moment by the light of his lantern. Then with an exclamation of surprise, he passed it to his companion who examined it eagerly for a time and then threw it down, That settles it, Bill," said he. "Wo won't crack this crib. WHEN A MAN SELLS AT THOSE PRICES, IT DOES N'T PAY TO STEAL." And abandoning their task, they disappeared in the darkness. Here is a List of the JDxsr Goods. Lawns per y'd Best Indigo Calico 3k 5c Good Calico 4c Cotton Checks 4c to fie Yard wide Domestic 4c to Gc Gingham? 4c Best Oil Table Cloth 18c Ladies Hose 4c Large Boss Ball Thread 10c a d'-z. Full line Men's Underwear from & to 90c. MENS' WORK SHIRTS A good cheviot shirt 40c A better shirt worth 75c Rfln for only UUU. A wool shirt worth $1 00 only 75c. Fine shirfs marked down from 75c and $1.25 to only 50c and 90c. Best fine Negligee ehirts only 80c PANTS: Mens' Jeans pants 75c, SI 00 1.25. Would be cheap anywhere $1,1.25,1.50 JEANS. Good Jeans only 12c per y'd VVool Jeans 25c; would cost you 35c anywhere. SUSPENDERS. A fine assortment of suspenders all made from the best webbing in price as follows: 10c, 15c, 20c, 25, and 40c. CANTON FLANNEL. I have the very best of these goods 10c. Sequachee, Tenn., Oct. 29, '96. and windy remarks that his con gregation would have to give an accounton that great day for the way they received his talk, and he would appear against them as a witness. I thought that may be true, for we know the meanest and lowest down characters oft times turn State's evidence. God is not mocked. He will allow no violator of His law to bankrupt on him. Whatsoever man soweth that shall he also reap. Men oo not sow in one field and reap in another. J. T. Byrum. Without A Rival. As a positive cure for sprains,bruises, and pains of all kinds, Salvation Oil has no equal. Mrs Frank Juif, 518 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Mich., writes : "I used Salvation Oil in my family and can say it has no rival as a lini ment; it certainly cures pains. I sprained my ankle and it cured me and since then I have always used it for any pains and bruises." Salvation, Oil is sold for only 25 cents. No other remedy will do the work as promptly. SCHOOL TABLETS for sale .t this oilice, Averted I Prices that Saved them Shoe Department. Ladies' fine Dongola button shoes 81.40 to 81.85. Ladies' Glove and Pebble Grain shoes 1.05 to 1.50. Childrens' and Misses shoes sizs ranging fiom 5 to 8, 90c; 9 to 12, $1.00- 13-2, 81.15. Mens' full stock shoes at only 81. Kip Ties, 81.15 and 1,25. Best Kip Ties, 81.50. Mens' Calf hand-sewed shoes 81.50, 1.65, and 1.85. Regular 83 shots 2.25 Boys' plow shoes 81.15, Boys' calf, sewed shoes, 1.25, 1.50. Shoe nails only 5c a paper. Half soles, 10c and 15c. Best shoe brushes 25c. J&8rThese shoes are all bought direct from the factory. G-ioceiies. Granulated sugar 18 lbs for 81.00 Extra Common sugaril9 lbs for 81.00 ' Coffee 12eft Good Green Coffee I8c lb Bet-t Green Coffee 25c lb McLaughlin's XXXX package coffee far ahead of A r buckles only 25c; 5 packages for $1. 2 bars 6t good soap for 5c. 3 large packages oatmeal 25c Soda, 4c per package. 1 pound can baking powder 10c Sardines only 5c a box. 3 lb cans Tomatoes 10c Salmon only 15c. Corn beef, 15c; 2 for 25c. Raisins 6c $ lb, 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. Hates $2.00 per day. Aba-er L. Ross, Proprietor. CLERKS. Horace Bayless,. J. T. Stewart. (Special attention and information to tourists and ladies traveling, alone. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. WE " LAW STATIONARY J Q) PRIN Satisfaction Guaranteed. from BeconiiBg TMeyes, Miscellanecrus. Mason's Blacking, 4c and 8c Carpet Packs, 3 papers for 5c. Merry Ni'ckie Lye 5c a box Sulphur 5c '& lb; lOlbs 40c ' Salts, (k- f, lb. Quinine 5c f, bottle. School Crayons 3 boxes for 25c Starch 4c Sand paper, 6 sheets for 5c. Lead pencils 10c per dozen. Wash boards 17c to 35c. French harps 10c Pocket knile, 10c Scrub brushes, 10c Axle grease 5c a box A lew Mason's 2-quart jars 90c$doz. Good Broom 18c Tablets, , 4c Fine lot of harness leather 29o by the side. Nutmeg G rater, 3c Pint Cups, 3G Pie Pan s, Milk Strainer, 10c --grl bucket , 10c 1 gal covered buckets 16c 1-ga1 covered buckets 18c 2-gal covered buckets 19o Dish pans Wash pans Milk pans Cake pans 22e and 28c . 5c and 10c 5c to 10c 18c Large bread spoon 5c Stove piping, 2 joints for 25c widows only 15c. HARDWARE.- Best No. 1 axe and handle 75c Horse shoes, 5c each. Strap hinges from 10c 'to 18c Best wire nails only 4c $ h Merchant's Hotel. Corner 8th and Chestnut Stieeis. Pleas ant Location. 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 freely furnished. Kates-Sl.SO to $2 per day. Special by the week. Abner L. Ross, Proprietor. CLERKS.- ' Frank Hodgkins. M. V. Owens. can furnish you letter heads billheads, statement, circulars inviiaiions and caid3. BOOK WORK.