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IF YOU DON'T KEAD THE Nashville -:- American, You Don't Get The News. -o- e NASHVILLE AMERICAN is tt e Great Democratic Newspaper of the South, Publishing more news each day than all the Nashville papers combined. : : : : : o "FS est Market Reports, -zzest Telegraphic News, LJ; est Foreign News, et Local New, est State News. More Correspondents than Paper in the South. any -o- The price of the Daily, one year Eight Dollars: one month, G5 Semi wees ly, one year ue Dol lar, nix in nths 60c. Address, AMERICAN CO., Nashville, Tenn. Advertise in the Nkws. For Sale. A camp outfit. One wall tent, 7x7, with poles; iron pins and mallet; two camp stools; one small keresene ;amp stove; two leather bottom feed hags and one set of hobbles. Apply to News office. For Sale. A limited quantity of the famous Niagara grape vines, unquestion ably the best grape for this section Orders may he lett at the News office but should be done at once as they will be soon sold. 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Pleaso buy and try a box cf C. C. C. to-day; 10, :.. W) cents, bold and guaranteed to cure by all druggists. Iiipans Tabules. , Ripans Tabules cure nausea. Ripans Tabules: at druggists. Ripans Tabules cure dizziness. Ripans Tabules cure headache. Ripans Tabules 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: gentle cathartic. Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver. Ripans Tabules cure constipation. Ripans Tabules: for sour stomach. Ripans Tabules: pleasant laxative. Ripans Tabules cure liver troubles. Wanted-An Idea Who ca think of kdii lmple Protect your 1Jm; tbT way bring jrou wealth. ining to patent WrtM JOHN WKUDERbUKN CO., Fatont At tor nera, Waihluffton, D. C. for their $1.8u0 prlM offer anOUst of two biuulrd Uvenlkma wactcU. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. Arrangements are being made to start up the old stove works at South Pittsburg, articles of incorporation having beeen obtained for that pur pose by the following parties: T. G. Garnt, W. C. Houston, J G. Trig uore 2iid W.U. Guixey. What they say at Victoria. They say there is to he a wed ding in Victoria, "real soon." They say, that Ed Brophy has planted 75 acres of oa's. They say" that A. B. Womack hat? returned to South Pittsburg. They say that J. C. Gross) will be our next postmaster. Thev say that Dr. Richard Gott was in the city Tuesday, profes sionally. They say that Ed Brophy is a bout to start up his saw mill again. They say the coke ovens are to start up in the near tuture. They say Mrs. L. F. Bridgeman and daughter Ethel went to Jasper Saturday. They say that VV. A Turner went to Whitwell Tuesday. Thev say that Supt. M. Ander son was in the city Tuesday. They say that Wash Kilgore was aught in the storm Sunday, "in the ridges." They say that E B. Anderson can sell you a bicycle cheaper than any one. They say that it rained one day last wtek. They say that John Beech has all his dogs clothed in nice spring suits. They say that Ben Bridgeman and J. B. Womack make a strong team. They say lhat Mrs. Minnie Fan ning, of Chattanooga, is visiting in the city. They say thatMiss;Etta Cannon has a nice garlic patch. They say that Clarence Blythe and John Westmoreland were call itig on lady friends in the city last week. They say that J. C. Gross is par ticularly fond of shipping house hold goods. They say that Marion Countv, has the worst roads of any county of Tennessee. They say that Tom Layne was actually seen one dav last week. They say that Lon Deakins is the strongest man in town. They say that Ben Bridgeman ann Bruce Womack are training themtelvts for a prize fight. Time and place not agreed upan yet. They say that Lon Deakins and Squire Rolliug will open a fish market. They say that Miss Eliza Cannon ?pei t Sunday in Sequachee. They say (the girls dc) that Un cle Dan Lawheuore.is too cute for anything, They say Ed Anderson is the handsomest young man in the city They say so many other things that it will not do to see them in print. Hay Rube. Monteaglo. Our town is not very large, but does a very good busimss We have two grocery stores, two drug stores, onefeed. furniture and un dertakeis store aud one general store, a postofh'ce, express and freight depot, three hotels, a dozen or so boarding houses, three churches, a theatre, several fchool buiUiing-, onecolltge, some beauti ful villas, several good orchards. Trains pass tun ugh town eight times a day. We have three docs tors, one lawyer and several small er professions, one rising poet, a multitude of school teachers, and music teachers in every comer, mtchers and bakers and caudle tick makers, and ad other kinds of jobbers aud daubers. Johnnie Skylight. Sequachee. Special to the Newi. Col. Spears, of Jasper, was in town Fridav. Mr. Chadwick. of Chattanooga, a cattle dealer, was in Sequachee Friday. Post 53. G. A. R., and Camp 7, ftons of Veterans hold their regu lar meetings Saturday, April 10. Mrs. Rachel Layne, widow of John H. Layne, who was a soldier, died at the residence of H. G. Blansett, Jasper, Mar. 31, and was buried Friday at Mt. Zion, Rev. John Swiney officiating. Rev. Jacob Houts conducted ser vice at Owen church Sunday morn ing and he will preach at Kelley's Ferry on Sunday Apr. 11, at 11 a. m., and baptize some candidates in the afternoon. nc iigiuning sirucK the resi dence of Mr. A. Chaudoin on Ala bama Avenue, Wednesday evening Mar. 3lst, entering by the window casing and tore off the facing and plaster. Luckily no one was in the room at the time. Mr. H. Kent has lately taken up the studv o! horticulture and sup posed when he planted his peas thev w,uld stay there but was as tonished when he found them out in the highway starting on their ft I . 1 ' Kit uiiveiH prematurely. we rec nil me.nd that he use shingle nails next time and fasten them down, Another Box Supper will take place at the Owen church. Satur day night April lOlh, to which all are invited, In addition to the boxes which are to be well loaded with good things, the peanut race will come oft and an interesting program presented. I he manag ers request a good attendance with plethoric pocket books and there will be no postponement on an' account Alter a forced confinement to their houses of many days, a walk ing party consisting r Mr. and Mrs. P. A; Butler, Mrs. W. L. Mel- cher, Mrs. L. W. Gabel. Mrs. La Gankee, Misses Matilda and Lydia Gnstatson, Miss Louisa H. Hill and Major rhomas H. Hill visited - Blowing Spring in Columbus Park Sunday afternoon. They found an immense volume of water caused by thesteady downpour of late, the walking fairly good, though in Home places soft and underdone In addition to the changed condi tion of the spring, they were re waraea wun a view or a g rgeous sunset. Ilavron On Incorporation The Jasper Democrat of last w ek gets on the following and several o our people take it as an insult to the progress and intelligence o Whitweil and offer the presen condition of affairs as a proof tha whiskey will flow wherever there is money to buy it. " in the face of this invarn able experience, in every town are found men who take the position that the people suffer less from the curse of the saloon by its presence under police regulation than by its absence. It is the most untenable, ridiculous and absurd theory that the duvil could put into the head of any man. We understan-l that on this theory that some of the "good citizens'' ot Whitwell are again moving to have the commons of that village incorporated in order to more efficiently "regulate" some ot its citizens of bibulous habits But we presume that there is e nough good common sense among the citizenship of the localitj to prevent the execution of the pro gram. The tax payers and respect able people of the entire county have occasion to feel interested. There is not a better feeder to our criminal court docket than saloon nor nothing more debasing to our young mauhood. Jasper Demo crat. ANDY r ft r J J RECOilSTIPATlOH 10 4 25 SO ADSULUTtiLl GUAKANTERn !? cnre ny . .,. , ... - "...7" "T'" n"er pie nnj booklet free. Ad. STKIIMSG REMEDY k ' a J The Columbian Cyclopedia. 35 Volumes. 7,500 Illustrations. 28,600Pages. The largest American Cyclopedia. Includes an Unabridged .Dictionary Pronounces all Titles. Information right down to date. 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