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OVERWORK - INDUCED - Nervous Prostration Complete BecoverJ by th Uit of Aycr's Sarsaparilla " Soma year ago, a a result of too tluso attcntiou to Inetiuess, my lit'iilth f.iileil. I bi'i amo wouls, uervuitn, was umilile to look utter my intiTmU, and njaniti iJ all tlio symptoms of a de cline. I took three hottles of Aycr's 4radparilla, Ix.m to improve at once, and fjrncliially IniTp.mpil my weight from 0110 luiiiilri'il niul twenty -tivi! to two liunilivil mtii). Since then. I and my family have ncl tliis medicine when 111 eilcd, nml wo are nil in tlio hest of linultli. :i fact which we nttriluito to Aycr's S:iraparilln. I hcliovp my rhil ilrcti would have licen fatherless to-ilay hil'l it not liecn for Ayer's Rarsnpiirilln, of which preparation I enmiot nay toe milch." If. O. IIin-sox, Postmaster and rianter, Kinard's, R. C. Ayer'sSSsfsaparill RCCOViriS MEC.".L AT WORLD'S FAIR. AVER'S Pills Save Doctor's Bills. Teachers' Institute. The teachers convened at the Pryor Institute, pursusnt to order on Saturday morning, Oet. (Kb. Devotional exercises were con" ducted by Prof. Hunter, 'after which the general business of the Institute was taken up. A motion was made by Prof. Hunter to revive the Teachers' Heading Circle, an organization in to which the teachers had hereto fore been formed. The motion was carried and Prof. Hunter was elected President and Miss Vanderwerker, Sec, aud Treaurerof the Heading Circle. Pryor Institute was made the permanent place of meeting and it was decided that the subject of conversation at the next meeting should be '"Natural Philosophy." The teachers were tben enter tained with a oleasant aud able ad dress on J.he subject of education by Prof. Thomas Geary. Next followed Prof. Moore who gave us some good thoughts on the subject of "How to Read and Speak Well." Next in order on the program was the subject of "Physiology" which was discussed by Prof, W. II. Cheney. He showed himself thoroughly conversant with the subject. The teachers of the county were not all present but we feel sure that all who were, had no reason to regret it but on the contrary were very materially benefited, We expect good results from the Reading Circle and hope all the teachers will give it their hearty support. The afternoon meeting was short aud soon adjourned. Croup Quickly Cured. Mountain Glk.v, Ark. Our chil dren were suffering with croup when we received a bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It afforded almost instant relief. F. A. Thorn ton. This celebrated remedy is for hale by C. H. l)avid.-on. IMill Springs. Estill Spri' gs, Oct. 8. Special. M. C. Tinsley arrived here Tuesday lrom Whitwell, Tenn. Mr- Tins ley left Whitwell where he has been digging coal for a year, on ac count of tbe slack run. He i n tends in the near future to go to Russellville. Arkansas, then through the mining district into Indian Territory as he is traveling and organizing for the Regents of the White bbield, a growing tad flourishing young order of recent birth. He is a verv eood man for the position as lie has trave'ed near ly all over the Southwest aud Northwest and he has learned something of the western style and moue oi me The Noel Mill at this place shut down recently with no excuse The mill is the largest in the South be ing about 510 leet long by 130 in width, and $ stories high. The continued drought is verv bad on wheat sowers in this sect ion. Scarcely any wheat is being sown at all. Mr. John Jones ot this place sowed 30 acres of wheat aud oats this weed. Lindsay Jones went to the Cen tennial Thursday. Mr. W. Hartlord went to Nash ville Thursday. Work is dull; money scarce, and such is life at the Springs. The Beard Hotel at this place is keeping open late this year on ac count of a few boarders that live in the small pox and yellow fever sections and tney are afraid to go nouie ana concluded to stay a while longer. A. G. Harris is still on deck. Estill Springs is a beautiful site lor a towu. We have three dry goods stores and a drug store, a tel' egraph office and three hotels be sides private boarding houses and l i ii t . a rjownng auey. ixow woat we need is a printing office at Estill Springs. The nursery of V. W. Brittaiu is doing a good business. X. Shooting At Whitwell. Monday afternoon about 2 o' clock, B. F. Condra was working in Pryor's blacksmith shop when one Tine Rankin came in under the influence of liquor and com menced using abusive language to Condra. He was asked to leave the shop but refused whereupon Condra ejected him from the shop. Kankin then went to his home, got his gun and returning to about 100 feet from the buildinc. onened fire which resulted in a bullet striking Condra in the front of his left shoulder and the ball passing un der the shoulder blade lodged there. Up to Tuesday morning Condra was still in a critical condition, the doctors fearing to remove the ball. Rankin then went home and started for the Ridges where he was arrested by Deputy Smith and as sistants. A Timely Friend. With perfect propriety may we call that excellent remedy, Salvation Oil, a timely friend. This liniment rapidly cures rheumatism, neuralgia and pains, when other remedies fail. Mr. Jno. M. Ilall, Ashland, Va., writes : "I suffered with rheumatism in the ankle and the muscles connected therewith. Salvation Oil at once relieved the sore ness, reduced the swelling, and cured the pain. No other liniment that I ever used did me so much good." Wedding. On Sunday last the Coppinger Settlement was the scene of an in teresting occasion it being the marriage of Melissa Kilgore and John Curtis, of WhitweH, G. W. Alley, Esq., of Jasper, officiating. Miscellaneous Adv't's. GRDKRS taken at this office for fresh meat. Delivery Saturdays. FOR SALE: 2 story house, bam and 3,600 ft. of land. Apply to fhos. H. Hill, this office. r'Oll SALE. Farm of acres within 1 m of Sequschee; 2G acre cleared and a fine barn. Apply at the News office. FOR SALE: 2-story house on good street and 6,192 feet of land: also, a dwelling and 7200 feet of land. Applv to Thos. II. Hill at thu News office. FOR SALE. House, baru and 14,400 feet of laud in Sequachee; good well. With immediate pos-ge-sion, price 8400. Apply at this office. FOR SALE. In 6th civil dis trict of Bledsoe Co; 7 m from Pike- ville, y from Dayton; farm, 54 acre. 30 acres clear; 300 fruit trees, house and bain: 2 springs; Price, 1400. Apply at this office. W A NTE D TRUST WORTHY and active gentlemen or ladies to travel tor responsible, estublisheo. ioush in Tennessee. Monthly $65 00 and expenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose self- addressed stamped envelope, i he Dominion Company, Dept. W . Chicago. FARM FOR SALE. 100 acres in Itawamba Co., Mis sissippi; high, dry and healthy lo cation; produces corn, cotton, and small grains freely; J has been in cultivation, balance is fine tim bered land; 1 mile of postoffice. grist mills, and thops; within 1 mile of country school house; good water. Price $500. Apply at this office for description. tf DR. N. B. MOORE, Dentist, WHITWELL, TENN. All work positively guaran teed. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Office at rest dence. Whitwell. Mrs. J. Ii. Martin of Victoria ac corupanied by Miss Sarah Abies of Sequaehee was visiting Mrs. J. M. Byers the first of the week. Mr. John Dykes Is very low with fever. Mr. L. J u Alley ot Jasper was in town Tuesday. Mr. Foster Ashbnrn: the polite and accommodating clerk of J. E. Dyers has resigned and cone to the coal mines to work. Mr. Will Hill oi Sequachee was in town i uesuay. Mr. A. Y . Crockett has gone to the Centennial. Jlrs. Martin, wife of Bob. Martin died last Thurgday, and was buried of the mountain above Dunlap' Fri day. We symphathise with the Weaved family. Will Smith is sick with chills and fever. Several people remarked to the News reporter that on Sunday last there was enough whiskey in town to float it. T. M. Eakin expeds to visit the Centennial next week. Maud. MHtHt ALL tLSE (AILS. CouKh Brruo. Tuttx flood. Use IB thiKi. IvXd ny anureiw. k J I M II ri i Caroline Chapel. Welcome rain. Goodbye dust. The much needed rain has come at last. Dr. Hugh Griffith was upin our vicinity rolling pills last Monday. The Dr. knows how to roll them too Did anybody see Dennis Harri laat Sunday. I'll bet somebody saw Sam Kil gore last Sunday. They wouli have to rise before day to beat him Crit Cannon, of Victoria, called on bis best girl last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Harris made a business trip to Soutlj Pittsburg Saturday. They say R. F. Rogers has swap I ed off old Roane. Don't you reck on no has come to the bridal. Everybody come out to church next Sunday at 3 o'clock as we are expecting our new pastor for the coming year, Rev. A. S. Beaman, A very respectable crowd turned out to hear Rev. Geo. Rogers preach ast Sunday. Our Sunday school ,at this place is uot progressing as well as we think it should, but we think tbt parents and other older ones are to blame to a great extent. In regaro K) our Sunday School if the older peopie would come out and take n part and encourage the youngei ones and held to build it up, we could have a splendid Sabbath i-chool here. We have good sing ing every Sunday by G. W. Moore aud why not have a good Sundav school. Come out, parents. Don't sit at home on Sunday and think there is nothing to do. It is your duty to go with vour children, take them to Sabbath School, en courage them and they will become more interested when they see papa aud muiua Inking an interest in them Come out old folks aud help us in our Sunday School. 'Oft my path is dark and drear. And my heart is filled with fear, Yet I hear my Saviour's voice And his woros my heart rejoice. When the fearful tempest blows, When my enemies oppose While the storm is passing by Still 1 hear my Saviour nigh. When I tread death's gloomy vale Stid bis presence shall uot fail, Then his etaS will be my stay And I'll hear my Saviour Sav: "'I will guide thee, 1 will guide thee, In the way I will instruct thee." A Goed Game. The Sequachee and Whitwell base ball teams met Saturday last on tbe depot grounds and alter a contest cbaracterixed by good field ing and heavy batting on both sides, the Sequachee boys came out a bead by the score of 22 to 14. Sequachee. Innings. 1 2 3 4 8 M. Anderson E. Pryor, L. Henson, O. Anderson, A. Layne, Hill. Mark Brown, Geo. Lewis, A. Anderson, 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Whitwell. 12 3 4 Innings. 5 6 1 7 8 9 Duff, 0 Smith, W. Condra. F, Newsome, W. Pryor, W. Looney, T. Duke, Lacy Condra, R. Pofl, 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 Eft IT is what has fAven T Trior) 'h 1 Sarsanarilla the lnrorot ksIps in the world and enables it to accomplish Utousands ot wonderful CURES. f nonoTUCK w ANU KATHRINA BICYCLES 0 HIGHEST GRADE, J EASY RUNNING, J SERVICEABLE. Every Wheel Guaranteed. 5end for catalogue. HAMPSHIRE CYCLE Ml CO, NORTHAMPTON, MASS. ii i: Ot Respofulbla dealer Invited to retpond witn ua. ret U)Qia.g)aJ).gHieDeiie061 FARMERS ATTENTION! HAVIXt the g accepted the agency for e sale oi the innious J'.ilY- stone Soluablk Guano ami the Ati.nta Soluablk Bone with I'otash, I am prepared to till or ders promptly. THE analysis is as follows: Eddystone Soluable Guauo. Phosphoric Acid 8.fY Ammonia..... 2 rV Potash 2.28 Atlanta Soluable Bone, with potash. Phosphoric Acid 11.03 Potash 2.20 For Urmu and credit call on, or write to C. H. DAVIDSON,. Sequachee, Tenn CfirAgent for Sequachee, Victoria, Whitwell aod vicinity. Jasper. Look out for the man who is too- clever; ho "'has an axe to grind," Col. A. L. and daughter, Misa Grace Spears, returned Iroui Bristol Monday. Another large party left for the? Centennial, Tuesday morning. which included Mr. aud Mrs. T. A. Williams. Mr. Graham, ol Sequa chee, is now ".holding down" the depot. Mr. S. L. Havron's new goods have arrived. Quite a little excitement was oc cis'oned Sundav by the couple that didn't get married. Prof. Gilliam wishes it under-, stood that the reports current as to nis retiring from teaching in Jasper at the end of this term are incor rect having made arraugeukenta lor encreased faculty and advantnges, 1 Ex. Athe-nIan. Church Services. The services have been contin ued at Owen Church daily ond the? result is an increasing congrega tion and greater interest and the meeting will continue. The. work of Rev. Jacob Houts for the past 40 days has been 120 con versions,' 1(X additions to tbe church. 00 baptiz-. ed. This ia a gratifying showing, and it is a locality where he has re sided for over thirty vears, and he hopes to achieve corresponding re- suits from this meeting. Rev. R. S. Umbcrger and Rev. R. L. KiU lian have been assisting in cn -ducting the services. Yellow Fever Germs breed in the bowels. Kill them and! you are safe from the awful disease. Casoarets destroy the germs through, out the system and make it imposs ible for new ones to form. Cascar ets are the only reliable safe-guardi for young and old against Yellow Jack. 10c, 25c, iSOc. All druggists.