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Published at Siitu-h. Tmn. HILL A SON, Subscription AO tVuti ytcYar. ft K-ront 5U iuUfr Thk Xkws not responsible for the opinions of Us eoriV'inondeuts, nor for signed eomnuumwlions, and notion; will he considered for pub lication wlneh is not suvoinpanied by the re.il mime of the writer, not for publnwtion but as an evidence of goo I f;tit!l. C3?"Xnv and a ivertising matter to secure insertioinnust be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may bo too late. V (jlerinaii Colony. Athens, All., .Jan. 28. M. Mais ner, a prosperous German, of Sioux City, la., has been here for a few dfiys and has perfected plans for one 61 the most successful and prosperous German colonhs that has ever. been located in the South. Ten miles southwest of Athens is located Brown's Ferry, one of the oldest crossing places on the Ten- FJkich in Little Is especially Irue of Hood's Tills, for no medi cine ever contained so great curative power in so small space. They arc a whole medicine Every Intelligent, n n lnly)(Q chest, always ready, al ways eiheif nt, always sat isfactory; prevent a cold or fever, cure all liver ills, ills Progressive Farmer .. Ought to have a paper devoted especially to the interests of the farmer. Oneot the b st publications of the kind in the country is the nussee lliver. For man v ye irs this neaaac .e jatind.ee, constipation, etc. 25c. ; ti i J The only 1 i113 10 take with IIood'3 Sarsaparllh. lias oeen ine property oi vapi. hod- THURSDAY. KKB 4. 1897. A SENSIBLE LA W. Our Reprt8entHtiv-e, Mr. J. J. Dykes, has introduced a bill making it a mUdemeauor for any I ert B. Mason, v,f this place, and is a rich and fertile body of land. It is only six miles above the shoals and the same distance from Decas tur. The soil is rich and sandy, and the water of the neighborhood splendid. Mr. Maisner has made arrangements with the proprietor of this vast tract of land t cut it up into lots of a tew acres and fell it to German settlers of Iowa, who propose to come South and start a vineyard. Mr. Mxisuer has con Another Corn Fed Editor. The editor of the Shelbyille Ga- In State armer published at Chattanooga, Tenn. We want every reader of the Sk quaciiee Valley News to be a reader of this excellent publication, it i ..... .. zette says that lye hominy j8 , anil we nave mane arrangements to ciun the two papers togetnr so miehtv eood these davs. Ameri that we can iurnish them both at SIXTi CENTS. ' ' f 1 j Tlii j oiler only can. ! appiies to new subscribers and to those who renew and pay one year Yes, and a. splendid wiy to fix in advance. Ilno'ember both the Sequaciikk Valley News and the up corn bread is to use a little sor- Tin State FnKMEKne year for SIXTY C E N IS. ghuin and if vou hava an imagin- Sample copies of the Tki State EauMEii will be sent on request by ativo dispositi-m and will shut addressing the paper at Chattanooga, Ton. your eyes, it will taste like marble cake. 1 i i i t I growing business. He was anion? uv uowi ...mi u. .uw. iu the finjt 8eUers who made Cullman main unbuned, either on his own laud or any other laud-, and siderable experience in the grape Thronarh Pikllman Sleeping Cars Between Nashville and New York. what it is nw. A part) of nssoo Sates from the frozen North will providing for burial or cremation, i reaci, herein a few days and the This la a good idea. It is loss enough to the owner to Jose his work of laying out this large land ed estate into small lots. prepr;i Commencing Jan. 26, tne .N., C. & St. L. K II will inaugurate a'l tie of l'ullm in liuffet Sleep ing Curs but weni fahville and New York, a follows: Leave Ntishville, Term , 11.20 stock but it ia an ii-jury to the j tory for sale in the spring sales in pm: arrive Chtitianooga 3:-5 ptu; corumuuitty to drag an auimal when dead some little dis'aoce out of siht to rot and desay, the foul stench of which is borne back by every wind to poison and sicken nearly every summer There are people who do not dare to open a door or a wind w in certain directions from whicli the wiud blows, but what the foul stench of decaying bodies U home to them and we believe in many cases it is the primary cause of much sickness in hot weather. We know of one fami ly which had to work hard one Sunday last year to bum up car cases which had been dragged uear their premises The State Board of Health ought to give this hi 1 the fullest exorcise and stop at once and forever a terrible nuisance that of leaving dead animals to rot and decay to the injury of the public health. We have received from our Hepresentative a copy of the proposed new assessment law. It is a voluminous document and we have not had time to read it through carefully, but find that it leaves the collection of taxes and sale for delinquency iu the hands of the Trustee, provides for the election of one assessor for each County who can ap point assistants, that real estate is to be valued once in four years, personal every 'year, and many changes which we think will be of benefit to the County aud State. We omitted iu our last issue to notice the reflection of our frieud. Dr. Gallinger, to the U. S. Senate, from New Hampshire. Our congratulations are iu order to the State for tho recognition of h co jd servant, and to the Doct or u-ho has done his State and I Country Uithtul service this ii true civil service as we under stand it. Mav. will immediately begin. As leave Chattanooga 4 30 pm; ur soon as sprinc breaks the projectors i !Lve Nw Y"rk 1243 Pm- LeMVe a. ' i ggk.Subsoribe or renew AT ONUE in order to get the next issue. a NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, SEQUACHEE, TENN- i Good I AGCommoaaiions of this mammoth enterprise will so north and make up a load of peo- pie, who will come by boat from the upper Mu-sisippi all the way to Hrown's Ferry, making the trip at their ease and at a small cost. The sales will take place in early May. when the lots will be auctioned off to those who may desire to pur chase. Mr. Maisner is a gentleman of ability and has managed these character of enterprises before and New York 4 3) pm; arrive Chats tanooya 11.2J pm:. arrive -Nash ville 6.45 am. , This train carries Pullman Sleeping Cars between Greeuss boroand Uichuioiid via Dauville iu both directions. Thi car will bo open for the recepiion of psengeni at Nash ville a- 9 p m. Particular attention is called to i he f C that this is the only Sleeping Cat Line between Nash ville aiiir i he bhove points. Con tees Reasonable. Bl'artiea com'Mg from the North will confer a favor by writing, or using 'Phone or Telegraph. is delighted with the location that ! ,ieotion is made in Union Depot, he has selected. It is only ten miles from Athens, and has one of the best roads, level and smooth, that the eTonnty affords, with no high waters ever to cross between the new colony site ami the coun ty capital . This bids fair to be the begin ning of the greatest influx of peo ple to this county. Limestone aU readv ha one colony of German citizens, but they, unfortunately, selected a verv poor section of the country, where the lands were lor the most part Government proper ty and could be had cheap. Here they settled some rears ago, but have made . splendid homes and this section of the county is now most prosperous. How's This? Nashville, with iraiis to and from Memphis and the West aud Southwest. This line fives a Uylignt trip in both directions through the mountains of North Carolina. A second train leaves Nash ville 9 a m , arrives Chattanooga 2.35 p. m, l?nVet Chattanooga 5 5i p. m., leaves Ktioxville 9.3-S., arrives Hot Springs 12.27 a. m., arrives Abbeville l.4i a. in., Washington 9.40 p. m.,and New York 6.20 a rn. Humming, naves New Yok 12 15 night, Wasnngton 11.15 a. m , and ar rives Kunxville 4 25 u. ru,. ('hat tanooga 8 a. in , and Nashvilie 7 p. m. Th s train carries Pull man Drawing lioom Sleeping C.rs between Nashville and Chat tanooga Chattanooga and Greens boro iu bo'h directions, aud be tween Salisbury and New York in both directions. A. II Itobinson, City Ticket Agent: W'w W. Knox, Depot Ticket Agent. W L. Danley, GeoM Pafs. & Ticket Agent, Nashville, Tenn. The "Rossmore, The BuninesH ent e. Electric Cars to and from the Depots and all Points of Interest pass this Hotel. Fine Front Pooins: wide Halls: practically fire proof. Polite, Prompt Attention. Lookout Mountain in full view from Hotel Veranda. Rates $2.00 per day. Abnkk L. Koss, Pkoimhetok. CLERKS. Horace IJayless. J. T. Stewart Merchant's Hotel. Coruer Hili anl t hehtnul fMie t. Ileas- Hi it I-OChli One block from Union Depot. One block from E'ectric Cars. Forty Front liooms. Electric, Lights gnd Hells in every Room. Polite attention. Information about Battlefield and Points of Historic Interest freelv furnished. Kates-Si oo to $2 per day Special by the week. An ner L. Ross, Proprietor. CLERKS. Frank Hodokixs. M. V. Owens, (Special attention and information to tourists and ladies traveling alone. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. SEQUACHEE WATER WOEES. Office: Marion Hon?e, Residents of Seqnachee have all the privileges in con nection wi n Water Strvicnr; equal to nny first class city The supply is takn from Cumberland Mountain from spnngs 350 feet elevation. Three miles of pipe are now laid. We ofter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J.CHENEY k CO.. Props., Toledo, Ohio. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Chenev for the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly honorable J in nil business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out all obli gation made by their firm. West & tiutax, Wholesale Drug jristn. Toledo. 0. Waldino, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Pnee Too ner h .ttl fi,,1rt 1 .Z, V "MWT WBgtop.n.f i -... ..u.... iji-w; mcT mm j nnavr oa wraith li. oil lU.,rrr,iat T...: : ..I .. Writ J0h W kMEK Lt'US co ..P.t.Tn riHl: a catiiuumais ty , WMblnemm D. Tor th.lr prtU oflw a4 llt of two bundrfrl taypUon wmi.i. Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia. Rlpana 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 Tabules cure constipation. Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach. Ripans Tabules cure liver troubles. THOMAS H. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U. S. Pension Offices. wir C O K K E S F O N D K N C E solicited lr. m persona de siring to purchase bind tor residence or farming pur posee. TITLES exit mined. SEQUACHEE. TENN. WE can furnish you letter heads, billheads, statements, circulars, invitations and caids. Wanted-An Idea Who rn think of some almplo LAW STATIONARY tn HOOK WOiUC. by all Drupgists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Tills are the bt&t Sulf cribe. v.