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Published at'Sequavehee, Ten. HILL & SON. -Editors & Publishers. Subscription, 60c pep Tear. Published Every Thursday. Entered at the PoHtoftice in Sequa chee as Second Class Mail Matter. 0 JfHU iTens xvlvw. and votl The News in not responsible for th opinions of its correspondents, nor lor 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and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of good faith. CSTNews and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may be too late. story. When your bead , mi (m! hillnus. ronsti-' rtwT and out of tone, with your I stomach sour and no appetite. Just i S buy a package m Hood'a FIMa i And take a dose, from l to p. ion will OB surjfriovu " fthey will do their work, cure your headache and biliousness, rouse the A 4 liver and mike you feel happy i?aln. m 7 2a cents. Buld by all medicine dealers. A WH1TWELL DEPARTMENT. Capt. Daniel Dead. GEO. W. LEWIS, Agent. Sermon by Kobt. II. Ourj. THURSDAY, DEO. 29. 1898. This is last issue of the News for 1898 and when next we meet our readers a new year will have begun ' and during its entire twelve months we cordially wish our readers health, happiness and prosperity. The year 1898 has been of great importance to this country and to tho entire world. This country in particular has shown to the world an object lesson not easily to be forgot ten. Although prosperity has not gen- 11-1 . . I rany oeen ieit tiie outlook, is more cheering than at tho beginning of this year, and during the later mouths some industries have made great progress. An abundant har vest has helped some - sections but we want general instead of par tial prosperity. The War with -Spain has made a bright page of history, but in our triumph we must not forget that it haB left many heavy hearts, and oth er causes mora or less varied have carried desolation to many homes. What the future has in store for us none can tell, but with a firm fur pose to do our duty as citizens of this great republic, we may safely wish and desire a happy new year. Constructor Ilobson on his way to Manila stopped at Kansas City and there kissed some girls, which at OBce provoked the anger of some old tabbies, female and clerical and the papers printed several in tervtews with these ancient felines. Ilobson teems to have stood it all right and as usual took his chance bacteria or no bacteria, and after raising a row but that may be accounted for by the fact that women are scarce in Missouri and after kissing all who wanted to be kissed and incidentally one who said she didn't, Ilobson has gone on to raise ships at Manila, J ne exhibition seems to nave been a smacking affair. To our minds it was nobody's business except Hobson's and th woiuens'. Hut some people are never satisfied and forget there are other chestnuts in the tire besides themselves. Athens, Tenth, Deo. 20, 1898. Teit: Deuteronomy, S chap; 13 vara. Neither Shalt tbou commit adultery. Adultery Is the devil's counterfeit of lot. There is nothing on earth more beautiful than a pure lovo, and there is nothing so blighting as lust. I do not know of a quicker or tborter way down to hell than by adultery nd the kind red sins condemned by this command ment. The Bible says that with the heart man believeth unto righteousness but whoredom and wine and new wine take awav the heart. Lust will drtv all natural affections out of a man's heart. For tbe sake of some vile har lot be will trample on tbe feelings and entreaties of a sainted mother and beau- tifnl wifo and a godly sister. Young men, aro you leading an Impure life? Sumiose God's scales should drop down before you, what would you do? Are you fit for tbe kingdom of heaven? You know very well you are not. You loathe yourself. When you look upon tbat pure wire or momor, you say won a Tile wretch l am. ine nariot ia bringing me down to an untimely and dishonored grave. May Ood show us what a fearful sin It is. Tbe idea of making light of it. 1 do not know of any sin that will make a man run down to ruin more quickly. I am appalled wben I think of what is going on in the world; of so many young men living Impure liven, and talking about the vir tue of women as it it didn't amount to anything. This ain is coming in upon us like a flood at tbe present day. In everv oitv there is an army of proeti tu tea. and voung men by hundreds ut ter! t ruined by tbis accursed sin. tbink that the worst thing the sun shines on in America is the way a woman is treated after she has been ruined bv a man under fair promises of marriage. Some one said tbat when the prodigal son came home be bad tbe best robe and tbe fatted calf, but what does the prodigal get? Although sbe may have Deon more stnnea against than sinning, sbe is cast out and ostra ciied by society. She is condemned to an almost helpless me or degradation and shame, sinking step by step into loathsome grave, unless she hurries her doom by suicide. But the wretch who has ruined ber in body and soul holds bis head as high as ever and society at taches no stain to him. It he bad fail ed to pay bis gambling debts or was de tccted in cheating at cards, he would be promptly dropped by society; but .he may boast of bis impure life and bis comnaniona will think nothin? of it. Parents who would not allow tbeir daughters to become acquainted with a man who is rude in manners, sometimes do not hesitate to accept tbe society of men who are known to be Impure. You may talk about stealing, out tbe man who steals tbe virtue of a woman is tbe meanest, filthiest thing tbat ever was on the face of tbe earth. One who goes into your. house and steals your money is an angel compared with tbe vile lib ertine who takes the virtue of your sis ter, or steals the aSoction or your wile. No sneak thief tbat ever walked tbe earth is so mean as he. AJow days ago I saw a trial which almost mado my blood run cold to bow and what women-were made to bear. The trial oc curred in the town of Athens. I don't tbink I ever heard a more pointed argu ment than tbat made by Mr. N. Q. Al len for tbe Innocence of tbe poor, un fortunate girl, and yet no doubt if that young man bad been on trial for tbe murder of tbat young lady, be probably would have been hung for murdor. Yet be bas committed a far worse crime and has got off with tbe light sentence of one year in the penitentiary. How men pass laws to protect tbeir property, but when that which is far nearer and dear er to them than money is taken, it is made light of. If a man should push a No work in the mines Saturday nor Monday. Mies Kate Lewis returned home from Jasper Monday. Elijah Dykes is clerking in the store of PryorA Harris. Ron-rt Jones (better known as Uncle Bob) was in town Monday. Rev. Mr. Blalock, of Dunlap, was in town Sunday and Monday. Tullaboma, Dec. 84. This community was shocked this morning by a tele gram stating that Capt. W. 8. Daniel, one of Tullaboroa's prominent and high ly esteemed eltisens, bad droppod dead . uk..vii -1 .dniit 10 o'clock. Capt. rrof. II. K.uilliam ol Jasner. was n.i.t ..,Mrtntndent of bridge in town Friday and Saturday last construction on the Nashville and Chat- wee, in me interest of his candid- ; tanooga division of the Nashville, Cbat acy for County Superintendent 0l'UnoOiraA St Louis Railway. He was rUDHC instruction. : wis annarentlv in the best of health , ,, ! just before his sudden death and was at- PwOpIw Believe What they trad, tonding to tbe duties of his position this about Hood's Sarsanarilla. They know' morning. . , it is an honest medicine, and that it! Capt. Daniel was in the 58th year of cures. Get IKKKland on.y Hood's. J bUaj. to -ved .through J civil Hood's Pill euro all liver ills, re-1 and won distinction by his bravory and lievo constipation assist digestion. 25c. rUntrJ- mQ0i,r!ul. 0 nnlxnl in Tullahoma bv A party of four persons was com-' the late Maj. Pierce H. Anderson, many While tho Liver lives YOU LIVE! Keep the Liver living! Dr. BLOCK'S! 5 Cents. 6 for 91. Andrew Harris, of Victoria, was in town Monday night to attend the debate. Since the little affray Saturday night it has been an unusually quiet Christmas. Dr. J. M. Shelton returned from NasbvilleTIFridav to spend the holidays at home. A negro undertook to put on airs last Fridav evening and got knock ed about fifteen feet. Rev. J R. Johnson preached at the Hall Sunday at 11 o'clock and at 7 in the evening. Prof. V. E. McCurry who has been teaching school at Tatesville, bas returned home. Preston Bryant went to 8equa chee Isst Friday to purchase lum ber for the hew church. Dr. Hugh McRee returned last Thursday from a visit to his oars ents in Hamilton eouutv. Miss Etta Cannon's school clos gic, recitation, plays, &c , which ed last Friday. A Christmas tree elicited frequent applause from the was the treat of the occasion. . large audience, h showed that Mrs Nancy Bennett of Jasper, i !he. PV,il8. ha hn thoroughly was in town last week visiting her. "nn n,G r'necl? great creau on daughter, Mrs. O. W. Chantaio. j.ooin snerB ana pupus. in Dr. Charlie Ross, of PikeviIIe,! j)art in rendering fine music for ing down the mountain in a two jot the survivors of which company still horse buggy one night 1ft wee ""d,., hM bem In the employ and by some means tne buggy 0fthe railroad company for a number of turned over breaking off the ton years. His death will be deeply regret and breaking the hardware it was J no,t ' ,rlenu this ni olb" loaded with 1 to"1 0,er tn" Mate- ,. j lonueu wnn, Jr- The deceased laves a wifo and seven News reached here Monday of a children. Two of h shooting.ffray.inSequatchiecoun... ty, oeiWCll Mr. IlemlriX aud Mr. Van Dorn Daniel, with the Second 1 en- Hoodenpyle in which Mr. Hood nessee at Columbia, h. U enpyle was seriously, if not fat- any, wounaea. We nave no par ticulars of the affair. Bill Hizsoii and William Hoots are running a barber shop' in Chat tanooga, corner Montgomery and Market. Bill ldt Whitwell nearly two wesks ago. He is a good bar ber and no doubt will succeed in the Hub City, as he did here, and at Whitwell. Dunlap Tribune. I On Wednesday evening the 21st inst.au entertainment was given ! at Red Mens' Hall by Miss Mnttie (Vincent. It was the closing scene of l.sr school. It consisted of rau- BLRCK ROOT LIVER HIEDIGIJIE MAKES THE LIVER LIVE. It does the work. It does not make you sick but tkks. rOR SALE In Sequai hee, by J. L. Sobi ltz. In Victoria, by E. O. H. Pbtob. In Whitwell, by IJ L. Ari.kih;k. In Janper, by Waj.k er tfc Lasatek. Its a living: anedleU lor Urla people to keep them stliT. Two Pointed Questions Answered. What is tbe use of making a bettor article than your competitor if you can not get a better price for it? Ans. As there is no difference in tbe price tbe public will buy only tbe bet ter, so tbat while our profits may be smaller on a single salo they will be much greater in tho nggregat". How can you get tho public to know your make is the best? If both articles are brought promin j ently boforo the public both are certain J to he tried and the puhiio win very quickly pass judgement upon them and use only tbe better one. passed through town Monday even ing en route to nis uome in rnei ville. J. S. Richmond and C. C. Shir. tbe occasion. Caroline Chapel Notes. Christmas passed off .quietly in tbis vicinity and Santa Claus was very liber al with the little folks. Fro Eiton Csnrazsss, ' A. "TU THAT no one remedy can contain the -elements necessary to cure all diseas es, is a fact veil known to everyone. Dr. lilies' Syttem of Restorative Rcmodies constats of ev,en distinctively different preparations, each tor its own purpose. Mrs. L. C. Bramley, 37 Henry St., St. Cath erines, Ontario, wrilKg": "For years I suf fered from extreme ncrvouFness and annoy ing constipation, developing Into palpitation and weakness of the heart. I was unable to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain tn my left side, palpitation and a constant feeling of weakness and prostration. I began using Ir. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver Pills and the Anti-Pain Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pala and headache. I soon felt much Improved and the pains and aches and weariness left me. I then took Ir. Miles' Restorative Tonic and are now restored to my former f ood health." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, Srst bottle be dp (Its or money re funded. Book on dis ease of the heart and nerves fre. Address, ley went to South Pittsburg Tes day to buy lumber tor tne M. jv church, South. .., . ., , . , . . I Mr. Haneock bad the misfortue to get vo vtern niveau ""'"" a span of mules drownod last week in dinner at Mr J. H. Harris's and it Big Sequachee River at the Kelly old needless to pay that we did justice IU tori. The team was driven into to that fine turkey. .S", "ST.' I'Md We learn that tbe C. P. brethren wbeels of the wagon washed down tho l . j r u- stream and the mule were drowned, have secured the services of tbe bul h dfifM luckUj Mcaped their pastor at this place. Rev. E. H. Boyd, of Jasper, came up Monday evening to at tend the the debate between Mes srs Johnson and White. MARION scone monumencK eo. 11. L. KILLIAN, Prop., JASPER, TENN. Manufacturers of.... GKANITK and MARBLE mcittusetus, taMet$, fiea&tcm AND , Jill KtaAs cT Cemetery (Ucrk. We handle the best of marble. This explains the large salo on Cham- and give the best of workmanship. berlain's Cough Remedy. The people Freight is n large item in ships have been using it for years and have ping finif bed marble. If you pur- found that it always can be depended chase from us we will savejou Bev upon. They may. occasionally take up'eral dollars. with some fashionable novelty put We have an expert engraver and forth with exaggerated claims, but are BUpplv any design or Style of en certain to return to tbe one remedy that graving d sired. they know to be roliable, and f6r coughs, I colds and croup there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For salo bv J. L. Schutlz. Kdaeat Taar Bowels With Cuaearets. Candy rstnsrtle, cure constipation forever. 10c, JSo. it C C. C. fall, drug gists refund money. For Sale. The Walker property at the bead of Dixon Cove; houHK and farm buildings, good orchard, and !0 acres of land. Price 8U00. For terms, etc., apply at this office or to J. H. WALKER, Tar 1 ton, Tenru. Aunt Ilecca Lewis and Miss May Qo1 ton spent Christmas Day at 8. H. M Rogers'. Rev. I. N. Knox dellverd an excellent sermon at Union Grovs last Sunday. Dick Pryor from near Shellmound was at 11. C. Harris' last Monday. Mrs. W. H. Francis and family and W. G. Spangler and family spent Christ- A Special Bargain For Newspaper Reader. Christ- Natban J. B. Martin, who has been at Chattanooga working (or the South ern Saddlery Co., returned last Sat-; ma Day at W. C. Moore's. uraay to spend tne nouaays. Mr Md Mrt- tt Alder ,nl Dr A. W. Lewin returned W with their daughter, Mrs, Saturday from Nashville, where he, 01 rau,,,B has been attending tbe Medical w-l5" . . rai" "T 7? a , i ,...BJtk.t,i!J.... (attended tbe closing exercises of the School, to spend the boudajs. t h , at Slkm Uoutlon Academy last Last Friday was pay day and Friday night. most of the men were paid off in I Preston Mitchell, of Inman, was in gold. For a Christmas spree the, our vicinity uat Monday. hoys took down the porch Ol tbe Marshal Harris, of Sulphur Spring, 0ffjce was in this neighborhood last Tuesday Dr. Richard Gott of Oak Grove, ; T nrRVmn .nt . v 0rers went was in town Tuesday of last week to Whitwell last Tuesday. looking very well after his spell of & C- Aldor went to .Whitwell last sickness. Tbe doctor purchased Tuesdav. i " The Semi-Weekly Republic AND 0t, - RMtor K" L '1 111" 4 DR. MILKd KEtlCAL VO., i.. soars 14. young lady into tbe river and she should be drowned, tbe law would lay bold of him and be would be tried for murder and buag, but if be wins ber affection and ruins ber, and then casta ber off. isn't be worse than a murderer? There are some sins tbat are worse than mur der and that is certainly one of them. u some one should treat your wire or slst t so, you would want to shoot him down as you would a dog. Why do you not treat all women as you would your wife or sister? What law of justice for gives tbe obscene bird of prey while it kicks out of its path tho soiled and bleeding dove. Do you beiieve that God will alio this internal .thing to go on women bearing all the blame while guilty men go unpunished uoa has appointed a day wben he will judge this world in righteousness and tbe day is fast ap proaching. If you are guilty of tbis sin do not let tbe day pass until you repent it you are living in some secret sin, or fostering impure thoughts, make up your mind tost by toe grace or uod you are going to be delivered from. I don't believe a man who is gu.lty of this sin is ever going to see the kingdom of God unless be repents in sack cloth and ash' s and does all be can to make restitu lion, j be iord Jesus tells us that we do not have to commit tbo act in order to be guilty of this vile crime, but sim ply looking on a woman to lust after her bas committed adultery already in his heart. Matthew 4-28. God speed the day wben tbis vile and wicked sin will ceaso, wbsa tbis torture of the fair sea of America will have an end, when tbe virtue of our daughUrs will be worth mor than tbe gambler drink, when our Bible will reign supreme in every nome, wnen our isw maker win recor eiie tbe virtue of innocent girls and women to be worth mor tbaa money. I pray again, O God, given mor men who will stand by th great principles of right regardless of the enemy of our souls, who ia trying with all bis might to destroy th peace sad security of our Basse. EOItERT H OURY. THE ITEWS, One Year for One Dollar. two doll babies. An unusual number of people were in town Saturday. Some on their way to the mountain to the entertainment fiven by the Re gents of the White Shield. A house belonging to B. F. Ash burn caught fire Monday but the blate was eltinguished before a great deal of damage was done. The bouse was occupied by Mr. Black. A small battle came off Saturday night between Joe Davidson and Wm. Carter. After a few rounds friends interposed and quiet was restored. Not much blood was spilt. Tbe debate between Rev. J. R. Johnson and Rev. A. W. White began Monday night on the Reso lution published last, week. John son spoke nrst. White followed. We did not hear tne debate but understand that each one main tained bis position with credit to himself and his church. The Semi-Weekly REPUBLIC is so well known tbat about all that la necessary to secure a subscription is to call attention to it. It is the best gen eral newspaper of It class published, and bas a larger circulation now than any other news Weekly or bemi-Weekly. It has command not only of all tho great source of new from tbe Daily and Sunday Rpu)lio, but also receives th special service of tho New York Herald and New York Journal. The tele graphic and cable service of the Rcpuhiio and tbo papers mentioned have never been equaled in the history of journalism in th s or any other country. It bas so many advantages as a news gatherer, that no other ppr ran claim to b its equal. The whole field of news is covered thoroughly. The special foature and illustrations are always tbe best. More notd writers eon- peel ally to meet tho wants of that large class of readers who bavo not' tbe op- i J Bast ( . 1 1 I hew x AU t. 4 lui, feynt. tsms Ts II Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application a they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There ia only one way to cure deafness, and tbat is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of tbe mucous lining of the - Eus tachian Tub. When this tube get in flamed yon bav a rumpling sound or imperfect bearing, and when it is en tirely closed deafness is theresult, and unless th inflammation ean be taken out and tbis tube restored to its normal conditio, hearing will be destroyed forever; nibe cases out of ten are caus ed by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tb mucous sur faces. W will give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Daafneas (caused by ealarrb) tbat cannot be cured by Uall's Catarrh Cure. J. CUE NIT A CO., Toledo, a Hold by Druggisu, 7;c Hall's family i'ill are tb best. Robert Cantrol and wife, of Whitwell, were visiting friends and relatives in thi vioinity last week. T. S. Bracken went to Whitwell last Monday. W. C. Moore went to Whitwell last Monday to attend lb debate. John Girdly from over Tennesse River was visiting at T. 8. Bracken's last Sunday. D. D. Durklin moved to th John Kelley farm last week. William Rankin and wife, of Whit well spent Christmas at S. B. M. Rog ers. Tbre was a singing at Monro Grif fith's last Sunday night Green Layne moved to the Knox farm last Monday. D. F. Cbaudotu and family spent Christmas at Sequachee. , Nathan Elite, of Mullin's Cove, was ' ia this vioinity last Monday. 8.B.M. Rogers want to Sequache last Saturday. Mrs. Emrln Alder is visiting at W. C. Moore's this week. James and Dewitt Sbsrpe, of Whit well attended oburoh at Union Grov last Sunday. Dan Pitman and James Pitman wer ia Sequcbe last Sunday. u:)Y coo "Why cough and rink consumption, when the celebrated Dr. John W. Bull's Cough Byrup will ctrre you at once? Itneveriailstocurethroatan4 lung troubles. For bronchitis, eore) throat and hrarwnee it It in vain able, COUCH SYRUP Will our I Kicking Cough. IViars sr stbsII sod plesssst tstske. Dortois recommtsd . iTtoe i At sU drugj-iMs. portunity or cannot afford to read a daily paper. 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