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a us" v:;e.?; Acuta Sronchitis C.JEID BY tSISO Chsrry Pectoral AVER'S A FKE.'.CKER'S tXFCP.iZ!! "Three months ago, I look a vio lent cold which resulted in an uttack of acute bronchitis. I put i iv.self i;;i(!cr in died treatment, ami at tlio end of two months was no better. I found it very Uitlicult to preach, and concluded to try Ayer'n Cherry ls ' " 1,1 1,t -i JKA Pectoral. The first bottle rrnvo mo groat relict"; the second, which T am now Inking, has relieved mo almost cv. ire vol' all unpleasant symptoms, and I feel sure th:it one or two bot tles more will c:Toct a permanent cuie. To all ministers suiTei incr from throat trouhles, I ioeommcml Ayer's Cherry Pectoral."-!. M. Bkawi.ky, T). I)., Pist. Secretary, Am. tt Publication Society, Petersburg, Va. Apr's Cherry Pectoral GOLD MEDAL AT THE WORLD'S FAIH. AYETEADrofi!SAS13AFAr.:LLAS. Victoria. Kainy weather! Muidy KoadsJ Christinas next Saturday. llev. Conner preached to a very j appreciative audience at JSardis Sun day. ('apt. F rater met with a very se rious accident Fr.day lust. His horne ran under a trestle and dragged him off, bruising his body and dislo cating a lumbar vertebra. Mr. A. W. Lewis ventured out of his cavity in Cumberland Mountain, Sunday, damp as it was. Albert nays after the first day of June, 1898 lie will be at lio'e to his friends in the "Pocket" burning tar for liveli hood. Dock Morrison returned Friday afternoon from Arkansas bringing his tin uht.t r. .l''s. Shitton, who has been Buffering from malaria with him. XYZ. WIutw.l. Mi.-s Nannie Ketner spent sever ial days lust, week with her parents neai Uak lirove. 1 Dr. N. II. Moore lias a very bick child. Peyton Prigmore of 0;ik flrovp, I wiil leave with his family next j week for Knitsna. Mr Priemore married in Kansas and is going to hia wife's people. Miss Mattie Vincent left W nines.. day n! last week tor lier home a' Manchester to be gone until the last of January. Mr. Sartnin of Tracy City, has been in town several days represent ting a tailoring establishment. W. F. Paul hiis been sick for gome days but is now able to be about. Rev. Alexander of White Coun ty, a Laptitt preuelnr was in town last week Mid held serviced Satur d ay and Sunday." We are having lots of rain, !ots of whiskey.- The boys are going to have a good timo. turkey will live hard this week in Whitwell- All the orders of this p'ace aro doing good work for their fellow men. The Independent Order of the Rovsl White Shields is enlarging its membership fast at. this place 1 think the people wi'i all ree the he good work it lias done and join in with it and do good to all. I hope that the new Christmas wiil all go oil' in peace, an 1 tmit old Santa Claus wid miss no one. Big Ued. Our Board ef Aldermen me now i Caroline Chapel, coiif-id wing plans fur supplying! , I mud tor tlie streets They say it; Lain and mud. in abundance, i c-'ii be done s cheaply "thi-t the : Rev. Conner filled his regular' finance commitie i. ted not kick. ; nppn'ntnient at thin placf Isat John Howard went to Jasper ! Sunday t 3 o'clock. Our quar-. Monday jt-rlv meeting was poatooned on! j ii, i . , , ! account of the inclemency of the; .1. V. N.ornson was up before : Wealher. daylight Monday morning looking1 ' after witnesses? 'for court. 1- - Chad'.in was visiting reins w (, t ,j I tives and friends here Saturday day. Misses Belle and Jeannelte Mc pherson went to Chattel. ooga last week. A brier Easterly I ns bought out Elijah Dykes' interest in the siore and is doing business at the same stand Mrs Lillio Jordan, wife of I R. Jordan, is still very low with f ver. ,TT , . I We have much pleasure in saying Nancy White has the mum pa j that the trees we recently received tins week. ! an mid Sunday, Monroe Griffith is building addition to his dweiling. W.C. Moore has had a very Pick child with croup, but it is.Leiter at this writing. Christmas ie here and the little I ones are expecting Santa Cluus to fill their stocking. n v i y v 1 itZ . v s i i u i GATIiABTl 10 so ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED nlc and ktntlrtfw. Ail. STKKI.IVJ KKflii-V )'.. fhlrtr. lontml. .. rw or(. 9: ALL The Coliuiil)iaii Cyclopedia. 35 Volumes. 7,500 Illustrations.' 'ZS. 600 Pas i tie largest American Cyclopedia. Pronounces all Titles. Volutins of handy t-izo The largest and latest Maps. cs. A Timely Friend. With perfect propriety may we call that excellent remedy, Salvation Oil, a timely friend. This liniment rapidly cures rheumatism, neuralgia ami pains, when other remedies fail. Mr. Juo. M. Hall, Ashland, Va., writes : "I suffered with rheumatism in the anklo and the muscles connected therewith. Salvation Oil at ouctf relieved the sore ness, reduce.) the swelling, and cured the pain. No other liniment: that I ever used did me so much good." Mrs. David Mel'on died on the 11th mst and was buried at R"d I Hill. Sunday evening Her hus band died on the loth of December 1890. It would have been just one year between their ile.tt ha if bis wife had lived one day longer. They left six children, three boys and truee girls John Pry or is building a dwell ing house on hij lot near the rail road. Keep your eye o"n Whitwell. Real estate continues to change hands and our city lias a gtnuine steady growth. Mr. Ed King has just returned from an entlul trip to the far off West. He came back with fin south end of his coal tail oil ami reports a hustling lime with the vifiilenee committee of some of our sister cities. Our Ed is one of the funniest boys in town, and we are g d to have him hack with us it he is a little disfigured. A goodlv number of our citizens have an invite to visit Judge Ec 'ill and family at Jasper, but soma now tney don t seem to be mashed on the Jedge and it. iH likely they will decline. The weather bureau says it is threatening ram, and we are al most persuaded that they are right they have the weight of evidence in their favor. Mr. Editor: If yu see any candidates coming up this waj, just tell them that I am lor thein with all my influence. Send by express. Our wild cat collector, Mr, Isaac M. Martin, iaone of the best fellows n the world. Every time that our Ben Bailey went to Jasper Mon day, e are talking of incorporation rgain, if talk would incorporate a town, we could do up a dozen towns, and the rurnl districts to hear from It. C. Floyd to Jasper Monday. How to Prevent Pneumonia. At tliis nine of Mi yearn coM is very easily o::t ranted, and if left to run its cot rre without the n'ni of some ruiiabio ciug! reniu i!y is liable to result in that dread-1 disease, nenuii niu. We know d no better remedy i euie a cough or a c -ml th..n Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used it qiuu: extensive ly find it has hUvuvb uiven entirti sMtist.u-tiou. Olymih, Itul. Tor. Chief. This is the. only remedy- 1 Hut 1Q L'tiitii ii tit Kit it uii'f.iin i,r.iU,- jtaliveof im.oim li.ia. Anion the many lliouuaiuU who l)v. used i nr i ii'd a dI )a pe, ac huve i, ever yet learned cl' a sin gle case having resulted in oneu monia, Persons who iiiivc week lungs or have reason to tear an attack of pneumoni i, slmuid keep the remedy a bund. The 26 aud fiO cent nizjtj tor sale by C, 1L. Davidson. from the Stark Bros Nurseries' Co., are the best we hve ever seen here, and we recommend our readers if they w ant trees, to get them from them. See their advertisement. The firm has been in business since 1825 and they guarantee their trees to be true and genuine. No lncitub s an Unabridj:) d Dictionary In !onnai ion right down to date. You can keep up to the timts by adding an Annual ach year, ds to claim these features but don't RAIL-ROM) TIME-TABLc. North. 5:26. j.. m. South. 8:08 a. m. Miscellaneous Adv't'jt. ORDERS taken at this oflice for fresh meat. Delivery Saturdays. FOR SALE: 2 story house, bam and o6)0 ft. of land. Apply to fhos. H. Hill, this office. ruii naLfj. .'arm oi yo acres within 1 in oi Seqm'ehee; 2G acres cleared ami a line barn. Applv at the Nkws office. I her Cvclopedia even preten you think they are pretty important? It is the only cvclopedia that is fit to be put in a public school, because ot its Minplieuy and clear ness ol style, combination of dictionary with cyclopedia and because it gives the pronunciation of every 'word; the latter Jeaturo alone is enough to decide in favor of the Colvmiuan. It is TH0R0UGHL AMERICAN giving mors space to the treatment of all American interests than any other cyclopedia published ami demotes more space to United Stales af lairs than ALL THE OTHER CYCLOPEDIAS ( OMBINED. We do not depend on a few patched pages to justify our claim that The Col umbian lurnishcR THE LATEST INFORMATION ON ALL SUBJFOTS but treats everything fully and intelligently. Noticea lew illustrations Aiioricun Allairs. Keci-nt e vents ot importance tii'ly r;"i conled, such as full synopsis of new constitutions in New York, South Cnroiinn, Utah, ike , besides over 300 pae de voted to the transactions of Congress, the political, indns tiial, financing religious i.nd other atlairs, fully illustrated. FOR SALE: 2-story house on good street and 6,192 feet of land: also, a dwelling snd 72()0 feet of iaini. Applv to Thos. II. Hill at the News office. The Toledo Weekly Jilaile. Every intelligent family needs in addition to their local paper, a good national weekly. The great est and best known general family newspaper is the Toledo Weekly Blade. For thirty years it has been a regular visitor in every part of the Union and is well known in almost every one of the 70,000 post, offices in the country. It is edited with reference to a national circu lation. It is a republican paper, but men of all politics take it, be cause of its honesty and fairness in the discussion of all puUic quest ions. It is the favorite iainil y pa per, with something lor ev-rv member of the household. Serial stories, poetry, w'it and humor; the Household department (best in the worid. Young Folks. Sunday School Lesson's, Tuimage's Ser omns, the Question Bureau (which answers questions for subscribers), the News of the Week in complete St quachee County brethren come i form, and other special features. FOR SALE. House, bam and 14,400 feet of land in Sequachee; good well. With immediate pos session, price $400. Apply at this oflice. l'lin Venezue an Dispute Full his tory of the trouble, with seveial imps, biographies, portraits ot the Venezuelan Commission, ex tracts from diplomatic conespou deuce, etc. Foreicn Affiirs. Cuban Revolt, Ar menirtii Massacre?, South'A iri -an troubles, and the history of every country brought down to date, APrMOViD BY THE BEST JUDGES. FRANCIS A. MARCH, Jr., One ol the Editors (Department of Etv, mologv) standard Dictionary. HoV. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Lincoln, Nebraska. JAMES II FAIRCH1LD, I). D., LLD., Late President Oberlin Cd lew, Ob rlin, O. JAMES K. POWERS, A. M., President Alabama State Normal Coli lege, and hun lfD "f others from all parts .f the country. OA It RET SON, COX & CO., Publishers, Buff aloe, N. Y. For luil Ueaunpuve chcui and emit w cil lo cur Smttx rn Ageii h, COLUMBsAIi BOCK CO.. Atlanta Ga. -a ? Future comfort for present' ; seeming economy, tut buy the ; se wing machine with an estab-; lished reputation, that guar- 1 antces you long and satisfac-' tory service. & j o' down on business pertaining to their profession, Mr. Martin hires a fine rig and takes them back. We will try not to get jealous. Mr. Kimsey Nickolson of Trany City was in town Saturday. He reports Tracy City in a nourishing condition. The Eclipse Photo Co. has moved their Railway Photo Studio to this place and are going to stay here a few days. They get out, ex ellent work at very low prices Parties who have work of this kind ought to give them a c-i':. it is an interesting feature in photo rpccimen copies gladly sent on ap plication, and i' you will send us a list of addre-ses, we will mail a copy to each. Oniy ?1 a year. If you wish to raise a club, write for i terms. Address Tut: Bi.am:. Toledo, Ohio. Tut: News and the Blade l per year strictly in ad vane. Order at once us this oiler is limited- (IKE VT MUSIC OFFER. Send us the names and adddrs ses of three or more performers on . i - .. . . u : . v. ,'iaphy to see a ga ery on w ice. s. 1 , . i . i ii. .....i. t - i ' ten cents in silver or postage and we will mail you ten pieces full FOR SALE. In 6th civil dis trict of Bledsoe Co; 7 m from Pike ville, t) from Dayton; firm, 54 acres, oO acres cleat; 300 fruit trees, hous" and barn: 2 springs; Price, 400. Apply at this office. W A N T E D T RUST WORTH Y and active gentlemen or ladies to travel for responsible, established bouse in Tenne-see. Monthly 65 00 and expenses. Position steady. Reference, Enclose self- 1 l , . . .1 . I MM aoortsse'i stamped envelope, inc Dominium Company, Dept. W. Chicago. f- - (p p-JUtt o :W ENTERPRISE TOVES'ST 209,090 mVBUY OHM oiviita BATIBFACTION. They are made of Southern Iron by Southern Workmen, who are sustained by tlie products of Southern Farmers. They last longer and make more homes happy than any other Stove on earth. Fre backs guaranteed for 13 years. If your Dealer doe not handle them, WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. 2 oi 1 t 1 2. r t G 1 1 a c - r- 0 1 1 J H- CP s p t n tW LJ pa 5 5- dj ? 7. 0 - -) 3 2.u c 3 C rt CD 1 -1 d no a O 1 -,,.," , -45.. L Mt ' " V i ? 1 l J -,'.i i f Phillips & Buttorff Mfg.Co. NASHVILLE, TENN. MANUFACTURERS Of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, Mantels gad Grates, Hollowware, Tinware, Etc. DEALERS IN China, Crockery and Glassware, Cutlery, WOODEN AND WILLOWWARE. Everything necessary and convenient for the Kitchen, Dining' Room, Laundry and Dairy. BICYCLES A SPECIALTY. ; ITS FINCH TENSION . . AND , . TENSION INDICATOR, v (devices for regulamj and showing the exact terpen) are a lew oi the icituns that ctrrphasize the h'th grade! S character of the vhitc. Seni for oor ek-ant ILT. catiloy . Wt;iTZ S:M"iG ,UZll CO., 5 CLtUlWD, 0. Hurrah for science and progress T. A. Shelton was in onr city this week. Wash Lewis, of Victoria, has purchased the Miles Meritt proper ty win re W. C. Adam's now iives and will move to our city in the near future. Buck Martin of Victoria, was in to see us last week and to'o us that In- thought he would locate at Se qiuchee soon We tried to show up our inducements to the emi grant hut we tear Seijuiichee will !-)-at us t)-r Luck lest us with his head turned toward your city. Messrs. Pryor, I Pirns it Co will nkc charge .f the Uic!et Slora h ml tiit" iir?t ot the year. We certainly have a good corns . :'diysiei.u.s e have had more e.Kts of fever ir. our town th'u yt-ar .l aiiiuis ymr (envious, an 1 I do sol tiL-iieve im uavo had a singit lentli Ilom tle dl'-t-u.-e. 'ln is ii poweltui t;,),,. rec.,i.i,i!,t-li Ution Sot the UocU'Tb i f our tuw u. sheet music, consisiinu ot popular fun'gs, waltzes, marclns, etc., ar ranged for the piano and organ. Ad liess; Port" la r Mi sK- I'm. ('o , Indi.'iniipolis, Ind. A ('uriosit v. El Chase, ot Cedar Lane, hroiisjjt j F- to thin office last Monday a curious i 1.4 freak of nature in the way of a ' ' double horf;. t.;. It i wc'l form- , id a:ul I'tr.ect with the excepiinn : i of the two sma 1 tes on o:,u of the feet having hut six ins'tad if eight ios. It i will worth ht')'ing ami i.-; on exhioitio 1 in thU ulliie. Jonebhoro llerii I a:id Trihune. H k. r f V -v-;i-r.--. xrrrr-i.r-n UnMAna . I 1 variable Friction Feed Saw mills, u -V rti 1 . i.i -i..r:i'rv unit Jit nTrnrr. Planers and Matchers, DcLoach Corn and Flour Mills, V '""" ts J: . ? - Turbine Water Wheels, " Hungry Elephant " Baling Press, Engines and Boilers. Mn.t mcmsnzY aho ocamxq of all kinds. SAW RHPAIRISQ WORK OUARASTEED. Whin 1,'iinns r costive, it a C.le;irct. ) Hi.lv tath.ir!-.-, 1 ,;re vu.ir anli ed, ll'c, '.."i.-. JMib-ci iU; for Oie Nkw. i i ntlTi?.11! cu nearly all tht wni'-lr 'n H. ail rfire ff :lrllv m , jw Atiui ana ? isnrrs na iit-m i::e oprraTur 10 iiks ju.i 1 vhai ht nuis anl r.o more. W arrau'.fl la yieij a capacity twtnty ptt ;.). iu n than the o i ttyle v.u.i ar.i power. 9T Saw MI'ls told In one month proves Its wonderful poruUrlly, j. ai 'hi v s to a. I fa.-.s oi t'i worij. , Th9 DeLoaih Variable Friction Feed Planer, 1 Matcher and Moulder tais them aii. , Wr'if ;l cr.ci f Lrjo IllustralfJ calalofte. ii DcLoach Mill Mfc. Co., AL'snts, Ga. It a u. : 5J lt :-''rM S... 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