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NEWS OF THE STATE.
The Christifta Church at Glas was burned. Lee Gitmmon killed a wild cat near Joneaboro. Memphis will soon' have iU own water works. The output of coal at Tracy City is iucreasiug. Tom B'irko as found dad iu bed at Jackion. W. 0. Carriger ia the new poa'tututer at Bright. W. K. Andrews has started a daily paper at Union City. Col. G. M. Govau is iu charge of the troops at Columbia. Newt lluyues, ot Churchtou, was fatally hurt uy a talliug tree. Obion county is out of debt and has $35,000 iu the treasury.- Republicans have a majority of four in the Johuson City coun cil. Tom Box lost an arm in a machinery accident at Box stas tion. Marion county farmers prefer slaughtering their hogs to sell ing them. J. S. Cowan and wife found ' their four-mouths.old baby dead at Cowau. Emancipation day will be cel ebrated by'Chattauooga negroes, January 2. Nashville is making an tftort jto get the 2,500 troops iu cauip at Columbia. The residence of John II. Sall- iig burned at Mayuardrille. Lobs, 11,000. The Odd Fellows orphans home near Clarksrille is now ready for use. The Morraans havo started a . paper at Chattanooga, called the Southern titar. Work on the "new pike from Sevierville towarda Kuoxville, is being pushed. The list of merchants victimii d by army officers at Chatta' nooga is inct easing. Increased appropriations will be made for the fire and police department iu Memphii. John B Ewing, of Nashville, has just paid $20,000 for a horse known as Top Gallant. A new $10,000 building will be erected by the Grant UuiVer aity trustees iu Chattanooga. The Cumberland Telephone Compauy'a buildiug at Memphis was damaged $20,000 by fire. The drug house ot tbo 8pur-lock-Neal Co.," at Nashville. wu damaged $35,000 by tire. Tartly insured. The Illinois Central road has arranged to run its trains into Nashville over the L. & N., track trom Martin. T. T. Adams, of Greenville, has purchased 40,000 acres ot timber lands in Cocke county and wilt develop it. Mrs. tiaunders, the St. Louis, woman who claims to own most ot the town of Loudon, has aban doned her scheme to gain pos session otit. The Keynolca Tobacco Co., at Bristol has ceased manufacturing tobacco for the season. They have made about one-half million pounda during the preient sua son. Through Joseph Ferigo, an Italian commissioner stationed al New York, IS. C. Morrow k Bros., the most extensive tobac co dealers ia the Clarksville dis trict, have closed a contract to furiiUh daik tobacees to Jhe government tt Italy for the next year. It is believed the amount ill be as large as last season, wheu 18,000,000 pouuds were re , ported to Gave been furbished. hog are Dayton has a shooting gallery Cupid has establiihcd head quarters at Bristol. A McEwen muu has a which weighs 720 pounds, liawkius county apples beinjs shipped to Cincinati, The Lincoln county poor house was damaged $2,000 by tire. A. 1. Morgan will start a new paper at Tulluhoma. Jan. 1st. Blood-hounds are being used to locate firefitfuds in Kliea coun ty. The sine works at Moaha Creek have been closed uutil Jau. 1. Tie young ladies of Mossy Creek have organized a literary society. Berry Smith, aged 17, lost both legs by talliug under a car at Detherd.v The jury iu the case of - young KoBSer of the lat Teimevste could not ngree. Kuoxvillo and Dayton are now connected by long distauce tele phone via llarriman. Ex Heg s er, Geo; W. Johnson, of Rhea county, is compiling an index of all registered papers. Et Tennessee SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS. IF TOU ABE LOOKIKG FOR A BARGAIN BEKK IT IS. THE SEQUACI1KK VALLEY NEWS and THE TWUJK-A-WEEK DE TROIT Fi.EE PRESS, BOTH PAPKRS, OSK YEAR, For only $1.00, AND YOU GET A COPY OF FREE .PKES8 I'EAR BOoK AM) ENCYCLOPEDIA FREE. The Twice-a-Weik Detroit Froe Press tipnds no introduction. Its many peo lol .ptli-li-a Uv noted writers hav given it a. world-widu reputation, in snort it is one of tho cleanest, brightest and best family papers published. No pains or rxpenso will lie spared in koeplng up iu present high standard. It is conced ed to b one of the leading family pa pers of America. If you are looking for HomotUlnff real pood take advantage of this combination offer. Rnmemb-r, that hy taking ndvantugo of this combination, you get S3 copies of tho Snquachoo Valley News and 14 copies of The Free Press, 150 papers for onlySt.00. A Valuable 550-Page -Book , Free. Tub Frek Vuks Year Book ASD ExcYtLoPEDlt FoR 1899. CMRRECT. CONCISE. (OMi'LETK. ' The 1898 Edition was the Suc cess of the Year. Over 35,'jOO Copies were told at 25o. An accurate nnd superior Book of ret- erence that tells you all you want to know' Theru will not bo a useless page in it. A Practical Educator and Hand book of Enclycloptedio Information on subjects Statistical, Official, Historical, Political and Agricultural: likewise a editors will I Hook of Religious Fact, and general Tl . : 1 r:.H.i!nnI. r.uuf t? r1 O V nfTn!rl probably meet in Cnattauoogd f offloo, Home and Farm. A complete Do. 20 to effect an organization teri of th, w 7u8p?inV1V lT . ' tions, sporting, and all other bappen- 'Plta Atlivillt TCirtH.iifA 'nniwl. Unrsof 1898. . ,. , , ' I A copy of this book will bo sent to SEQMGHEE WATER WORKS. Office: Marion House. Residents f Sequachee have all the privt'eges in con nection with Water Service.; equal to Buy tirst class city. The supply is taken from Cumberland Mountain front springs 3oU teet elevation. Ihree nules ot pipe are now laid. WHITWELL DIKECTORY. !f E can turuiriti you bill heads, stateine letter head", tents, circulars, invitations and caids. LAW STATIONAUY Satisfaction Guaranteed. iu BOOK WOKK. PR NT NG THOMAS H. HILL, Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U.S. Pension Offices. erCOHKESl'ONDENCE soiiim-d tr..m persons de siring to purchase land for reridento or farming pur poses. TITLES examined. SEQUACHEE TENN. THE MEW YORK 1EEKLY TRIBUNE. comoiinv ha established a $25.- all si.ksciiihing immediately The liooK will oo piiDiisneu. auuui i-o. 25, 185)8. it being impossible to got itout earlier on account of Belting complete 000 candy factory' at Chattanoo ga John Meriwether, of Guthrie, raimd one ear of oorn on which grew ten other perfect ears, of com. Guy Taylor, of Polk county, five years old, cut off the right hand of his little brother with an axe. The Athens camp Woodmen of the World uurViled a monu ment over a dead brother at Athens. TercyJones, a Jefferson coun ty prisoner, who escaped several tdays ago, was captured at Mid dlcsboro, Ky.' rwnrHa nf 1HSI8 CVL'IUS. Tho book Will bo sent to all taking advantage of this offer, as soon after above date as possi ble. Do not delay, but tako advantapo of this offer, which we make for a limiti d time only, by special arrangement with the publishers. Hemoraher, we send both papers a full year and the book for only 81.00. Address: "THE NEWS, Sequachee, Tenn. "An Old Adage Heads." 'Thcro"U a place for everything." Nw for everything to be in its place the I.ouiaville DiBpatcb should be in the home of every democrat in the Suulli. The Louisville Dispatch is the people's pnper, owned by tho people and read by the people. The Louisvilto Dispatch is the only democratic paper published in Louisville. It stands squarely on the Chicago platform. It is not only in a flourishing condition after eighteen months batti ng against a 1 verso cir cumstances, but is to-day tho best news THE CHEAT- National Family Newspaper. FOR FARMERS AND VILLAGERS AND Y 'VK I'AVOIUTK HOM B PAPER.' mllDlTriirO SEQUACHEE, HlJjJiLimj, TENN. Botii OrLO "STear fox $1.00 CHURCHES. C, P. CHURCH-meeting 3rd Sunday 11 a. in. and 7 p.m. Sundav xchool J. M. Wootks. Pastor. MISSIONARY It APT I ST Cbuhr ; meeting Jnd Sunday 11 m nd pn. Union Sunday school t ara. T. F. Ha IK. Ptr M. E. Church, Souih. -Meeting 1 Sunday 11 am and tpm. Jnlon Sun- ti a mi1i ft it II mil. H. C. Ci.kmkns. Puutor. CHRISTIAN CJiureU MMtinjf ir- day night before 4th tunday I P'"- A Sunday school I pin i J. E. Johnson, pastor LODGES. Whltwell IiOdge,' No. S6:S. F. A A. meets 1st and Srd S.iturdy nights an I. It. F. Cowan, W. M; W. A. Pryor, Sec O. W. Ch.istaln, Treas. Olivtf ltranch I-odgo No. B3 I. O. O. meets every Frldry nlifht T pm. 1. Eakln N. U; T. P. Duff, Sec. Jeff lioopor Ttnas. . . Powhattan Tribe No. 24. I. O. of Kel Men, meets every Tuesday night "pm J. S. Hooper, Sachem; J. C. KalJ C. of U. II. II. Turner, K. of W. Laurel Lodge No. W, K. of P. meets every Tuesday night I pn- "T van. C. C.;.l. S. Hooper, V. C; J. 1.-..r,..r, V If Si .ocustCamp Woodmen of th Wu,1 meets every Thursday night 7::t. if. V. Chastnln C. C; U. L.ivinK'f ! V A. lriror. Hanker. Custer Conclave No. 20 U. of W. S. meet evt-ry Sa'ureav night pm. aii . Pn:n'ter, R. C. Richard Dent Sec M. D. Moss, Trous. . V. S. Conclave, No. 32. meets Fri day nights Bt Mountain City, Tenn., Sam Colston, R. C; W. S. Coplin, R. R; S, Smith, R. T. Laurel Rebecca Kodge No. 67 I. O. a F. meets every Vt'dnrglaT nient pm. Mr. Nancy A. Eakin, N. (: Miss llello Cmter Sec; Mrs. Laura Hooper, ri' THE N. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE has an Agricultural Department o the highest merit, all important news of ihn Niuiou ;i n . 1 World, con prcheiiHive and reliable market report, nhh: editm hiIh. inteiesliiij short Ktorien, scientihc nnd niechiimcal intorinaiinn, uliiHlrHted faHliim article-", numotoiiR pictures, anil ia inetrnotive and entertaining to ev cry member of every family. THE MEWS pives you all thu local nevn, political and social, kpeprj'o you in cIohb touch with your neighbors and frienda, on the farm an in the village, inform? you as to local prices for farm products, the coi dilion of ci"iR and pro.-tpeeti for rhe year and is a bright, newsy, we come and indispensable weekly visitor at your home and fireside. 1,1.- xi .. . i meaium in iuo soum. Ana its mono-- John Moran, a criminal withif y0u see it in the Lispatd. it's so; if it's so it is always in the Dispatch, has been fully verified during the American Spanish War, during which the sup' ri- ority of its news service has he en daily apparent. The Dispatch News Servicois furnish ed by the N'-w York Sun. the Chicago Inter-O. ean. The Northern Press Asso ciation and the Leslie Syndicate, with an aciivo salaried correspondent in ev ery important city In the world, be sides its own Btaff of over 300 correspon denss in Kentutky, Tennehseeand Indi ana. Uet The Dispatch, it pives tho news, and it tells the truth about it. The Dispatch is Kentucky's greatest paper. You should be a reader. For the next few weeks we will club with the Weekly Dispatch at the extremely low price of S1.U0. many aliases, wanted iu Wash ington city for larceny, was cap tured at Memphis. It ia laid that Memphii will aik the legislature to make an appropriation to nssiat in the op eration of tho city hospital. Th Clerumtr building, badly damaged at Btuion by wind re cently has been repaired tnd is again ready for occupancy, W. 11. Coleman, of the McEw eh Normal school, is au appli cant for the office ot State Su perintendent of Public Schools The first season ot the canning factory at McMiunville has clos ed. While in operation the lac tory put up 142,000 three-pound cans of tomatoes. The .Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis railway company has purchased twenty-three acres of laud at Fayetteville, on which it will rect and operate car works and repair shops Fred Kichard, Addie and Ka tie lleiskell, of Belgrade, Mon tana, aie visiting relatives iu Bwaetwater. Thej report the thermometer there 25 degrees below zero when they left. It developes that Ed Maury, the negro who-was thought to have swallowed pounded glass at the Franklin jail was only "possuming." lie secured his release and soon after tried to commit murder. COUCH SYRUP Will cure Tonsilitis and Bronchitis. A specifla for incipient conn ntnpt ion. Doses suslL Pries 23 cts. at druggists. Send all subscriptions to THE NEWS, Stquachie, Tenn. REPUBLICANS cut THIS OUT and return it to us with 10 CENTS and wo will send you for TWO MONTHS ON TRIAL THE KNOXVILLE mceHly neurnal'trifcunc, TENNESSEE'S GREATEST EEl'UliLICAN PAPER. Enlarged to 12 pages, every woek and devoted to Gneral and State News, Agriculture, the Household and everything necessary to make up a complete family newspaper. MOTE. This is a special olT'.r to new subscribers only, to intro duce tho paper. Kegular price 1.00 per year. Journal-Tribune CO., KNOXVILLE, TENN, ' The Southern Mdical Co'lege association held an important meeting in Memphis It was decided that a tour years' course w. uld be required ot students deeiring to graduate. Claib rue I'etty was k i lie 1 at Columbia by a log filing on him. Doal Totwro Spit ud Sm.kt low Lift imj. To quit tobacco eaxily ana forever, be nia oetie. lull of lire, nerve and vicor, take No To ll ac. tu wnn.li-r worker, thut maltm weak me a strong. All druscinia, Oc or II. CurcvuiiraD tel Dooklet and nmpli fire.- AjMrr.t SterllDg lUtceJj Co. Chicago or New York. . ii 10 'CENTS. FDR 10 WeekS .THINK OF IT! TWO PAPERS A WEEK. For 10 cents we will send you The Semi-Weekly American from now until Jan. I, 1899, containing ALL THE ELECTION NEWS 20 papers for 10c. SEND IN YQfclR DIME. Address THE SEMI-WEEKLY AMERICAN," NASHVILLE, TENN. Publishers Semi-Weekly American N'ishvillp, Tenn: Dear Sirs; Si'nd me your paper from now until Jan. 1, 18U9, for which find enclosed 10-, Address, I m mm wm ii busy, and introduce early our splen- Cii did "93 tuodcls wc have concluded to make a marvelous offer direct to the rider. For 3o days'we will sell samples of our swell '93 bicycles at net cost to manufac ture and will ship, C. O. V. on approval to any address on receint of the nominal sum of $1.00 (if west of Denver, $5). Thiski, Q deposit is merely to show e;ood faith on purchaser's part; if you don't want to send money ia advance-send your express agent s guaranty for charges one way and we will pay them the other if you don't want the wheeL fpr"PJMs Highest Rrndo, rmhodyine every late improve. IUilCL.i mnt of valce, J '4 inch imported tubirg, drub joints, improved tw.vpieco crauka, arch crown, larr detachable sprockets, handsomest finish and decorations, Morgan A Wright, quick ropair tires, sit. lor.iunblo tuljo, hlgh(inde(Kiuip- ment. Special price on sample i p7,UU. Aeplondid machine, .nul to nny for eervico and easy running. Beet 1H Inch i soamlc.is tubing, two pioco i-rauka, arch crown, detaohable Dprockets, finely NOTE IVraona talcing; advantage ot the, oiler, above aro KOT entitled to a iriiess in our contest upon the number of votes received by the Democratic nominee for Governor of Tennesseo on Nov. 7, -ISUrt. . If.yon wish to cuess, send St. 00 for a year s subscription. finished and decorated, Morgan & Vri;;ht, nnick repair tires, single or double tube. high grade equipment. Ourepocial sample price $24.00. Beet modinrn grade for 13. Vi inch tubing, striped and decorated, arch SIsSCELSS." crown, duet-proof bcnruir;a, bnll retainore, beat Indiana or New Bnuuiwick tires, standard eqnipment. Special prio.- on a.npla Jtly.W. NOTE. Choice of Color, Sty le.-tlelghtof Frame, Csar, etc. Fully Guaranteed. Yon will be snrprinnd at the eppeirrra'"s and nn.-.lify of theee wheels. Don't wait, order now while this olTnr ia opn. Prices will be iiinr.j l.ilicr eoou. Ion can muke Big Money . ma our Agent, nulling for n. Ve irive cur nwtiln choice of cash, the free use of a aampM wheel, or gift oi a wheel, kucordiugtu work doae. Do You Want Cheap Wheels? . . Ko have numbers of 1HW and 1S97 mckl wlicels of various makes and Toledo Weekly Blade. Every intelligent family nueds In ad Jilion to tlieir It C.tl paper, a good na tional weekly. The prcatost and most widely known general family newspa per is the Toledo Weekly lilnde. For Ii rty years it has been a rfRiilur visit or in every part ot the Tnion and is w .11 non n in almost every on- ot the 70, ood postotlices in the country. It ia a Republican paper, but people of all pot ties take it, tiecatiue of its honesty and fairness in the discussion of all pubiio 'iiestions. It is the favorite family pa per, with Homethitid for every tur ruber if tbo household. Serial slonrs, poet ry, wit and humor; the Household de partment, (bst in the world), . Youn(f Folks, Sunday .'Scliool L-hhouh, Tal mndkre's Sermons, the Farmstead, tho Uuestion llureau (which answers ques ins for subscribers), the Nnw of tha Week In complete form, and other spec ial features. 8p"cim-n copifs (fladly ho nt on application, and if you will Bond us a list of ad J res cs, wu will muil a copy to each. Only 81 year. If you wish to raise a club, writ for terms. Address Tiik Hi.xdk, Toledo, Ohia We will furnish Tiik Nkws and Tho Mails one year, SI. OUR CLUBBING LIST. ' We club with the following pa- 1o have numbers of 1WJ6 and lSilv mo'l9l wlicels oi vanuos makes and - a a,tr Art , , i, r : i . . .tjlee, somealiUJe shop-worn, bnt all new $12.09 10 $10.00. PPr8 at the IlllOWr.(? 1()W rates, but Wheels Slightly Used, Mcdcm Types, $8.00 to $12.00. Oor bnsinees and repntation en known tlironhnnt tlio conntry. References, any of the express oompanies, or any bank in Chicago. Art d :ul gue .. ee. Secure agency at once.. . The J. L. Mead Cycle Co., - Chicago. : only for cash in advance: i Detroit Free Pres $1 00 loledo Weekly Blade 100 Louisville Home ami Farm... 100 Louisville Weekly Dispatch... 100 Weekly Commercial Appeal... 100 rn IMiXi! Carestt, and Trade-Marks obtained and all 1 ax-J ent buunessconductcd lor MoocnaTC Ftia. i Oos Office tt 0poit O, a. PsTiMTOrncr and wscaawrars paicul ia kaa tuoo tiiaa Uiuc2 remote trom n aanuif too. Send model, drawing or printo, with dfvrip lioa. i advise, ii pati-ntaU or sot, hem o charjra. Our tec not dus ti.l patent la sccorrd. A PasimLtT, ill' to Obtaja fattota," 't)i xxt of aaoM in tha U. S. and lorcif a coaatnei cut free. Airua, c.A.srjowco. Ptrtnr Office, WasMmoTon. o. C. i vvwai Special Offer to Our Readers. The Sequachee Valley News and tho Twice-a-Wei k Detroit Free Press, and the TrosB Annual Year Hook and Ency clopedia for 18'j'J a valuable bixik of over 500 pages that, tells you all you want to know. Over 3.5,000 of the 18'.8 were sold at 2.1c each. It U tho most popular book of the kind ever publish ed. For further particulars au adver '.isement on another page of this issue. fo Fifty cents a year. The NEWS does Job Work Better and Cheaper Than Any of them. Try us for Fiue Triiiting. lllblisller.s Notice. A large number of subscriptions ara now due, and our friends are requested to come forwitb the amounts, which though small to each particular one, are largo in the aggregate for us. We will esteem it a fvor if our friends will f. or us in this matter, and savo ua tha task of sending out statements. Respectfully. THE NEWS. Ul AM Elf SEVERAL TRUST WOR- thy persona in this state to Diana our business In their own and near by counties. It is ,nainiy oflke conducted at borne. Sal-.-, s-ralirht S.HW a year and eipenea-4,.r.nlu. bo! r H'' n n;orw- no lry. Month ly .Kefewinc-a. Enclosa su i. dressed aiamrxd envelope, Herbert k: lies. Frest., Dept. M, Chicago.