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Sequachec Valley News.
Vr.Miahad at Wuitwcll; Tenn. .4.; to Take HILL k KDITOUS & PUBLISHERS. Subscription, 50 Cents per Ycat. Published Every Thursday. Entered at the Postcfrice iu Whit well as Second Ctass Mail Matter. The 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and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of good faith. Xiasy to Operate Are features-peculiar to Hood's Pills. Small In size, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man Hon.' T. B. flEKD, in accepting the nomination for Speaker of The "Rossmore, The Business Cent e. the House of Kepre8eutaiives,:E,e wisely said: "I do not doubt. and all Points of Interest pass your determination to ao an in if )) H U It) Jfel Ple exP6ct 118 to Perform M X Innnn and then leave to the said: 41 You never know you have taken a pill till It is all over." 25c. C. I. Hood & Co., Proprietors. Lowell. Mass. The only pills to take with Hood's Sanaparilla. Pills (jf,Now8 and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday , noon, otherwise it may be too late. THURSDAY, MAR. lo, 197. xF any argument wus necessary to induce auy intelligent citizen to vote for a revision of the Con btitutiou, the proceedings ot the Legislature to our minds furnish plenty ot reaboua for a new order of things and the need for an up. - to-date instrument under which something can be doue. Take one dave' record, Monday, Mar, lti, a bill was beiug discussed in the Seuate, requiring, tuose who - practice mediciue to be examined. Senator Caee acUoeated it as it would prevent quacks from lm posing on the people. Then Sen ator Wuitlaker oppose the bill on the ground that it was uncou 8titutioual, why or in what way we would like to know. An other instance occured in the House the hUiue day. The local option bill beiug under discussion Mr iioyie stated that the Senate had rtjected the name bill aud besider, tbt under mauy decis ions ot the Supreme Court local option was unconstitutional. Thiu is but a lair sample ol one day's proceedings, and the question naturally arises, what is the use of the legislature beiug iu serfcion if they cannot pass any laws i r the protection ol the ue mle? The last Legislature . uHcd. law!, tne ex-Cuicf Justice eiguod tiieuui'd then they were declared unconstitutional. It is tirome, very tiresome, WuCti liiC UUiy numuu4 bdi- vauts of thvi people, as the Senate und House of Represent ives ure, must be Hindered Irom do iug t he work they are paid to do to have all their work destroyed bv this everlasting bub.ur mis- hrtDifd a constitution. Avy with it we eay aud in ito place put Boraething that doe not re quire the aaaistauoe ol a lawyer to understand it. We re told tb State of Ten ce:; famishes employment for icui judge than the United Kindoci oi Great Britain, aud yet mr legislatures with rare ex- of ptions cinuot pass a law which is cousitutional. It is quite gratifying to know that the House of Representa tive nasaed the Local Option Bill by a vote of 63 to 21, that U 63 members put tnemsalvea on rvcord s believing that the peo pie should have a risht to vote whether they want liquors sold iu their towns or citie or not, and we are much pleased to see our Representative's name a nionr the number who voted for it. The Senate having killed the bill on the same subject, it may give this the tame treatment, but these Representatives have shown the people that they be lieve iu government by the people. your power to bring this session of Congress to a speedy close. Uur duty is s.mple and tne peo- it at once and then leave to them the recovery of the country from the stagnation and depression of bus iness which has so sorely tried the patience of a vigorous and ntnerous people-" this Hotel. Fiue Front Rooms: wide Halls: practically lire proof. Polite, Prompt Attention. 'Information mm- i' II ( " Lookout Mountain in mil view nvm Hotel Veranda. Kates $2.00 per day. AliNEIl L. Ross, Pkopriktok. CLEllKS. Horace Bayi.ess.Y J. T. Stewart. JH.. Merchant's Hotel. Corner 8ih and Chestnut .Stree'6. Pleas ant i.ooati n. Oneblock from Union Depot. One block from Electric Cars. Forty Front Rooms. Electric Lights and Hells in every Room. Polite attention. about Battlefields and Points of Historic Interest freely furnished. Kates --SI. 00 to $2 per clay. Special by the week. Abner L. Ross, Proprietor. CLE rk s . Frank Hodukins. M. V. Owens. This is the proper idea. Let rigf Special attention and information to tourists and ladies traveling alone. the people have a chance to do business and give us a long iest from politics. CHATTANOOGA, TENN The lower house of our leg islature has passed a local option bill. A similar measure origin ntd and was defeated in the Serial. We trust our Senator, J. ll.Gunn, will eive the House bill his support. De recorded his vote against the Senate bill. yv e congratulate Representative Dyke. on his vote tor the House bill. Marion Democrat. Representative Dykes ha our compliment. Ever since he went, to Nashville to take his place in legislative halls, he has been showering upon us uocu ment after document, which is nut what we want. rriaav . i . tngnt Jast we received from him Comptroller Harris' Report and Treasurer Craig's Report, and a copy of the Nashville Banner, for which thanks. We publish elsewhere an otb er article relating to the iron trade looking at it from a more northern standpoint where ore is carried a greater distance thau in this section to the furnaces. It. all provtsonr argument that there is a great future in store for Whitwell through the iron trade looking so favorable. More iron means more coal and coke fi'om Whitwell. ac of We had i j tended to hp.ve knoUid:ii oil' aporet'ition ot til 3 OiHP.vV Ur. 38;t3 jUOWD U8 1) Hou. h V rown, cx-Conrees-man frum hu district, f ud take parncul.tr p'.tmru n w in say. im' thuf dudi g t'is term ot ter vicv. as Cen;r sm.n, Mr. lirtwu to our kuow edH uteuded faith fully to ibv :uuTft ot bin cou ttitunits. Mr. Brown imda an ex.'leut r cord i.nd by his ro tiremeu; tne district lose the services ot a good public servant. $100 Reward $100. The readei-a of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in! all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cur- is the i.nly nodtive cure known to the medi ca! fraternity. Catarrh being constitutional disease, requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh curf; is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the pystem, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the pa tieip strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors havo rfo much faith in its curative poAets, tn;u they otfer One Hun urt-d Do! ars fcr any case that it faiia to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address, F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills arc the best. Interesting Items. S. S. Dennis, of the Tenth Dis trict, of Tipton County, recently killed thirty-eight olackbirds at one shot. . The Duck River Phosphate Com pany is soon have a telephone line running from the depot nt CentreVille to the phosphate mines The gins at Tresevant have put up over 1500 b iles of cotton tin season, ahd will gin at least 100 more. This nearly double what they did last year. G. E. Barfieid. of near Ripley, on the 4th of January, killed thir teen hogs of the Poland China stock, sixteen months and seven days old, that average in'weight 440 pounds, and from the bunch he made 170 gallons of lard. ' A petition, it is said, is being slyly circulated in Dickson and vi cinity with the f intention of pres senting the same to the present Legislature asking the reincorpor ation of the town. There was but one white man to work the road between Jamestown and Allardt last year and none of the road tax money n-as applied on that road. That particular road probably has twice as much travel on it as on any other road in Fen tress County. t Says the Hendersonville New Era. Since August, when Sheriff Allen was elected to the position he holds, five ot his children have married. He says he has three others at home, but they all have measles or he would expect them to go upon the matrimonial market The Swedish colony which is to be located on the Trigg farm rear Bristol, ia materializing. T, A. 01 in, who is now in the Northwest will soon arrive in Bristol with an other delegation. The two delega tions will number fifty. The long, hw, old time hotel, "Beckwiih Place," is at ill standing cn the Lebanon and Sparta turn pike, near Smithville. It was the most celebrated public house be tween Knoxville and Nashville in ihe old days, and was ertcted by a nephew of the publisher ol the first. paper Tennessee ever had. The place is described by Miss Droin goole in "Sunny Side of the Cu'n-berlands." , THOMAS H. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U.S. Pension Offices. 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