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Sequachee Valley News.
Published at Sequachee, Tonn. HILL & SON. Editors & Publishers. Subscription, 50 Cents per Year. Entered in the i'osloffire .t Sequachee as St!ond Cla8 Mail matter Tiik 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and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of good faith. fr'News and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may be too late. THURSDAY, D EC." 3. 1896" A CO VI PARI SON. Tf comparisons are odious, surely the coudition of N. Pa cot a and Montana ia of the most odious kind at the present time, Head the reportH. : BLIZZARD IN THE WEST. YVOllST SNOW hTOIiM FOB 1 EAKS IN Montana In North Dakota. Butte, Mont., Nov. 25. A bliz zard has been raging here all day. The thermometer has dropped from 30 above to 10 below zero. Bismarck, N. D., Nov. 25. Two feet of snow on the level and still snowing is the condition that is mak ing men in this section desperate to dav. With thousands ot cattle on the ranges without food or shelter the situation is more critical and heavy losses are expected. There lias not been as much snow on the ground before at this season of the year as now. Helena, Mont., Nov. 25-The worst snow storm that has visited Montana for years is raging here and has been for the past thirty hours and shows no signs of abatement. Over a foot of snow has fallen, tying up all street car lines in Helena The storm is general throughout the Northwest and snows so deep that railroad traffic is seriously interfered with. Cold extreme, mercury rang ing from 5 to 30 degrees below zero. We don't have anything of the kind here m the embrace ot the grand old Cumberland mountain but warm suu shine, everyone working out of doors and a south wind blowiDg, aua granger stu this condition exists eleven months out of the twelve moDths in everv year and there is no oc casion for eu forced idleness. We are not advocating any land sale, but it seems strange to us when writing this, bow people cau Htand the hard winters when there is a country' like this wait iner to receive good, honest, hard working people where they can live on less than m any portion of the United States. Come on aud see for yourselves. It is all riut enough to be lievo that business confidence is improving,but the actual reality is quite auother thiug. It ia easy for some meu to "believe." We 'believe," for instance, that we are as rich as Crocus when we bave a halt dollar in our posses siou a half u dollar that wo do not owe to the next man we may meet. The mysterious couple who were dicing a mysterious hole in the ground at Howling Green, Ky., were probably only paying an electiou bet. Kentucky is liable to do anything. AN UNKNOWN LAND. N.T.Thompson, nf Johnson, a,, writing to the Manufactur ers' Record on how the South can attract capital, population and manufactures pays: '.'Hie Sequachee Valley and the Ten nessee Valley around Chittta noogo, Tenn., are almost tern ncognita to travelers and inves ors, and yet for salubrity of cli mate, fertility of soil and richness of forest and minerals, tney would be difficult to match anys where. - What has the great Sequachee Valley done to be called this nrd name? In the face of per sistent advertising it h terra in cognita. Either its resources are boundless r the advertising has beeu of no value. However, the the Sequachee Valley News, with it circulation in sixteen States, is doing all it cau to rem edy that defect. If there is fraud in this S'ate in the matter of electionp, and if both sides claim the other guilty. what's the; use oi investigating. Settle the matter by devoting the time which is spent in quarreling over the election to the consider tion of how to amend those laws hich give an opportunity for dls ributed ,i " f- quently met w w fraud Whoever lives in a place where a newspaper is published vv nnd its columns the cheap est medium through which to ad dress the public. Printer's Ink. An, that turkey (in imagina tion) was good, bin next time we want the real article, with lots of nxin's. " Cum is ptill struggling, and Cnhu Libre may yet be engraved upon the records of time. A good road community. , means a good St ate. of Ohio City of Toledo ) . , t I . r- bp; , Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ib the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doir; business in the Citv of Toledo, County and State as aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sura of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. - FRANK J, CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my" presence, this Gth day of December, A. D. 1886. A.VV. GLKASON, ' v ') Notary Public. iiail 8 uatarrn Lure is taken in ternally and acts dirctlv upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials tree. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family. Pills are the best. VJanted-fln Idea Who can think of some simple thiug to patent? Protect your Ideas; thr may bring you wealth. Beys. Wmhinftton. D. C, for their ti.BuO prlne oiler ana list or two nun area ingenuous wftnteu, RIpans Tabules. , Ripan3 Tabules cure nausea. Itipans Tabules: at druggists. Ripana Tabules cure dizziness. Ripans Tabules cure headache. Ripans Tabulee cure flatulence. Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia. Ripans Tabules assist digestion. Ripans Tabules cure bad breath. Ripans Tabules cure biliousness. Ripans Tabules: one gives relief. Ripans Tabules cure indigestion Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver. Ripans Tabules: gentle cathartic Ripans Tabule3 cure constipation. Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach. constipation Causes fully half the sickness in the world. It retains the digested food too long In the bowels and produces biliousness, torpid liver, indi- 3 Ll gC3tion, bad taste, coated tongue, sick headache, in somnia, etc. Hood's Pills cure constipation and all Its results, easily and thoroughly, 25c. All druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Mass. The only Pill3 to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. GRAPE ENEMIES. Hawk Moths and Cut Worms. The larva) of upward of 50 moths feed on the . foliage of the grape. Many of these are rare, yet many others are occasionally destructive. Aside from the leaf-folder already discussed, perhaps the leaf feeding caterpillars oftenest J-he cause of important damage are the largt green or brownish, usually horned, sphingid larva; -and certain cut, worms. The larva) of some ten species of hawk moths or sphingids occur on i the grape, and neany all are wide- The one mot ire quently met witu is trie Acneraon sphinx The sphinx lara; strip a branch of a time completely, and are therefore, easily noted. They are not. very often abundant and tne injury is not very great, except in the ca-e of young vines, which may be entirely stripped and kibed by a sing e larva. Hand picking is ordinarily the simplest and most satisfactory remedy. The climbing cut worms have at times proved very destructive to the buds and foliage of vines, and in northern New York, and partic ularly in the raisin district ot Fres no County, Cab, as much damage has been done by them as by any other insect enemy. Or the several species which in different localities have been troub lesome, the worst record may be issignd to the dark-sided cut worm and the variegated cutworni both occurring through the Uni ted Slates, and the ones chiefly no ted in California. Cutworms re main concealed in the ground dur ing the day and climb up and strip thp vines at night. They may be eaily destroyed by the use of a poisoned bait of bran, arsenic (or pans green), and water, preferably sweetened with a little sugar It should be distributed about the base of each vine in the form of a mash, a handful or so in a place. Agricultural Department. (To be continued.) A Flag of Warning, Beware of the dry, tickling, hacking, morning cough, for it warns you that consumption lurks near. The famous Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will, cure it. "I had a very had 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. LOST. Between Whitwell and Sequachee on 18th of Nov., a -inch log chain, short links, about 14 ft. long, hook on eah end. Finder will he rewarded by re turninr it to A. J. Dykes & Sox, Whitwell, Ten a. Wanted An Idea Who can think of tomu ilmiiki tbiDK to r'''itf Protiet Tour Ms: thT ttiht brlnir viu wralm. VriU JOHN WtbDEKUt'RN CO.. FaU-nt AtMr Bpyt, V tjhlagtin, D. Ofur their 41.KJU prtM offer mad Ut vt two buBiixd lueniloii w killed. r hub i aim cut S. H. Alexander is still selling goods as CHEAP as you will find them sold in the Valley WE have a large stock ot Dry Goods, Notions, Boots & Shoes, Clothing and Groceries. 'SSTWE ASK THE PEOPLE OF SEQUACHEE TO COME I AND SEE US. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN n (tees Parties coming from writing, or using 'Phone or The "Rossmore," , The Business Cent e. , Electric Cars to and from the Depots and all Points of Interest pass this Hotel. Fine Front Hooms: . wide Halls: practically fire proof. Polite, Prompt Attention! Lookout Mountain in full view from Hotel Veranda. Rates $2.00 per day. . Akner L. Ross, Proprietor. clerks.- Horace Bayless. J. T. Stewart. OjpSpecial attention and information CHATTANOOGA, TENN. SEOUAGHEE Office: Marion House; Residents of Sequachee have all the privileges in con nection wiih Water Service; equal to any iirat class city The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain from springs 350 feet elevation. Three miles of -pipe are now laid. - THOMAS B. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U.S. Pension Offices. CORRESPONDENCE BolicVted trom persons de siring to purchase land for residence or farmiutr rjur poses. TITLES examined. 6 K SEQUACHEE. TENN. o) LAW STATIONARY Satisfaction Guaranteed. ubscribe for SEQDiCHEE Over u - VERY RESPECTFULLY, Jasper, Term. '. i oaaiions; sonable. the North will confer a favor by Telegraph. Merchant's Hotel. Corner 8th nod Chestnut Stneis, Pleas ant Locnti n. One hlock from Union Depot. One hlock 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 $1.00 to $2 per day. Special by the week. Abker L. Ross, Proprietor. CLERKS. ' ' Frank Hodgkins. M. V. Owens. to tourists and ladies traveling alone. TOR W Rea (MS. TITE can furnish you letter head?, bill heads, statements, circulars, invitations and caidis. BOOK WORK. YAILEY HESS.. the.