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NEWS OF THE STATE.
: Good ekatiDg is reported at Murrain ia killing cattle in Rozersrille. .Cotfee county. Wildturkeja aro abundant in Morgan county. Vacant houses aro in demand at Madisonville. Fin are becoming frequent in Crockett county. 'A new turniture factory will be started at Union City. Rhea county people will mailt. fi di Ud .-. ' - !,. V,.. on better roads. ( Dickson and Charlotte are con nected by telephone. Dayton will have a berry and peach crate factory. . The Wartburg Republican cel ebrated its fourth year. Fifth are be'mg killed with dy namite in Sevier county. Sewanee students are taking their midwinter vacation. Milan people demaud bi-en- nidi iustead of annual .elections. Civil service for the city of wir; i;f wa .tnnnA Memphis is causing much com- nitrht theivinsr at Tullahoma. - I mi. i j . . . a .oftAft Wk.i ineawuiuie poor 01 worna T ' I tnwn war a criVAii a i.hriHtmflU Dr. J. J. Pnrcell, a leading A Bacce,efui ,revival is physiciau of Dyer county, is dead progress in the;M. E. church at Monroe county will make an Kockwood. extensive appropriation for bet- T. C. Howard is the new post ter roads. s j Beara are proving trqublesoiae in the mountains of Monroe county. , Athens, will have a water master at Ten Mile Stand, Meigs county, ' A three year old son of Way man Dodsou was burned to death at Sparta A new Union Church at FiBh fjjjg ujj I They banish pain OW. I RELIEF. I I . , iiW i J 8 s fKf t . 33 t ill as VI ta H I IB 4 MIS A : YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE (J UK AT National Family Newspaper. FOR FARMERS AND VILLAGERS. AND Yitl'R FAV01UTK HOME PAPER. , SEQUACHEE, , 1 TENN. THE 1EVS. works,, ice and electric light Springs is nearing completion. OBotlo. One Tear for $1-00 N Y- WEEKLY TRIBUNE has an Agricultural Department ot. ilrrlw't merit, all important news of the Nation and World, com- '"n"1-1 ' ii ii i!. i : ...... .ct mrr prehensive nd reliable marnei report, ;uie eunonais, ( short stoiic?, Fcientific and mechanical information, illustrated fashion article" numoroua pictures, and ia instructive and entertaining to ev ery member ot every lanmy. No matter" what the matter is, one will do you good, and you can get ten for five cents. plant combined. , J, B. Lyon, of.Qreeaville, con templates, starting a weekly pa A I 1 T T per at Auingdou, va. , Mrs. A. V. Jrnagin bid in the Mossy Creek woolen mills worth $20,000) for $7,000, velopmeut John. Sibly,: an aged war hero mineral landB soon. Bad roads around Burns have caused a cessation of all kinds ot travelling. Odd Fellows and Masons will build a union hall at Whitwell early next year. v A boom is promised in th de- of Campbell county was cremated when his house burned near Purdy. , The Salvation Army gave the destitute a good dinner in honor of Christmas at Bristol. W- ..UIW''"? !! '"... .7 . li., Ill Eiirur,. Ktrst. Nw Y..rk-or nutria rrujn ITU wouBl.tlwii"! lur Ot ovoto. 'Dt mwlioin. mod. M Ih. world wu creaUrf. WE can lurniah you Jeitr heads, bill head, statenients, circulars, luvittttions and caida. THE NEWS pives you all the local news, political and social, keepr yoa ,-r, nir.aa fmirh with vour neichhors and friends, on the f:irni and in'the village, inform? yoii as to local prices for farm product?, the con dition of cn.ps and prospects for rhe. year; and is a bright, newsy, wel come and indispensable weKiy visitor in your nome mm jubmuc. Send all subscriptions to THE NEWS, Sequarhee, Tenn. LW ... . .... VA k'&'A-M , . Benton McMilliu Institute is the name of a new educational The Carter Coal aud Iron Co. is the new firm, in charge of the Bristol iron lurnace. W. K Halsey and A. P. Mor gan will start a weekly paper at Tullahoma Jan. 1st. The Army Filtering Canteen Rnroun will innn frapt a (iflrt institutjpq to be started in Ma- Llat ftt ciwttanooga., .. ' . . " i 1 f m nhia . Viqo ita runnmta tf EngiueerB are locating the the legislature in legal lorm and Tenuessee Central railroad from ready for presentation. Crossville through White county Saloons at Columbia will be cloeed while the Mississippi troops are being mustered out. Joseph Drake cut one of his feet nearly: oil while chopping LAW STATIONARY Satisfaction Guarauteed. to Nashville. , Mrs. Julia .Ann, Williamp, yearly one hundred years old, . 1 wood iu Sullivan county JO T igi WXAUKJ .At a public tale in the eight eenm aisir ci or UHnKin- conn- ttousaud feet after Jan. 1 ty corn oniy orougnt zo to zo cents, on a credit or 12 months Fuel gas at Naahvill will be reduced from $1.40 to $1.20 per Jessie Grant, a school sirl at Mnrrifcrwn fll and hrr!t nn nt Clarksville, officers have arJher lower liml9 while at play The depot at Rugby was brok en into and several dollars worth of goods taken mostly clothing. The Clarksville Telephone ex rete3"a dozen youthful theives who have been terrorizing the people recently. The Nashville city budget of expenses for 1899 will be less change is having some needed than usual. ' It has been reduc- repair and improvements made. ed $20,000. I Mack II. Koss, the postmaster a i , . . , . i , at oueeuvuie, saia 10 De uetima A burglar took a watch and . . . . . , other valuables from E. T. Hall at Cleveland and when trying to A movement is on foot . to pen- take a ring from the band of Mrs. eion th, Memphis police L Ilall was discovered. . Two rather amusing and yet somewhat serious accidents hap pened in Crockett county. Messrs. A. W. Brooks and J. S. Brandon are close neighbors, and they were both at their barns fqedlng stock, and at about the same time by some mishap both fell over, or on, their cows, and the cows bellowed and ran and threw them violeutly to the ground., They were both seri ously injured. ,The Pittsburg and Tennessee Copper company at Ducktowu, tnruueu tee erhcient man agement of Hugh Ferguson, receiver, is turning out copper ii) large quantities. In the last six weeks Mr. FurgUBou has shipped twelve cars of copper metal, vhicb is worth $2,500 per car, to the company. It is said that he will be able to pay on the indebtedness of the com pany within a short time. roe after the members serve so many years. J. Harvey Mathes, of the Memphis Scimitar, is an apph. cant for the position of adjutant general of the state. . Hettie Sexton, of Banner, Sev ier county, committed suicide by hanging hercelf. She and her mother had gone to milk tbe cows, her mother telling her to hurry up and get the work done. She took a rope oft one of the cows and hanged .herself, being dead when found. She was eighteen years o'd, and highly re spected by all who knew her. COUCH SYRUP Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat. It is the best fMneilr for lit 'born colds. Small dus. Price U cents" dragguta. KD-T0-EAC SwtVil'iC'iutal U KJU LsU KJU " For lx years I was a victim of dys pepsia in lu worst form I could eat nothing but milk toaftt, and St Umsamy stomach would not retain and direst even Ujul Last March I bottan taking CAM AKLTS and since then I have Nteadily Improved, until 1 am as veil at I ver a In my life." David H. Mcrfbt, Newark. O. fYS CANDY CATHARTIC 4 Plant. Talilable. Potent. Tat Goc4. TV Ootid. tver Mi'ktn. Weaken, or Grti.. 10c. fee. toe. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ftt.r4lM mUt t . m SMtrMl. - T. til Farmers threaten to boycott cows at Faris. River business about Clarks ville is improving. The Bristol opera house recent ly damaged by fire is being repaired. A blind tiger operated by two negro women at DiSkson was raided. Chas. S. Hawk, was found guilty of violatiug the postal laws at Jackson. Huntington, with the except tion of oue man, voted solidly for an electric light plant. The stave plant at McEwen is behind with orders and reports u boom in the business. The Boston military band com posed ot female flayers, is giving concerts in Middle Tennessee, Work will be pushed on the Humboldt, Djersburg and Tip tonville railroud, one huu'dred miles in leugth. ; . Miss Lucy Drake, a widely known young lady, grew sudden ly insane near Huntington and tried to kill herself, John Williamson, a prominent member of, the' Folk county court, aud also a United States conimiesioner, died at Benton. Belle Wing, aged filteen, of a leading family at Sunbright, created a sensation by attempts lng to elope with a married man. An old man named Cox, who is riding a pony, is expected to reach Knox county this week from Collins county, Texas. He has made the entire junrney in this way Andy Nave and his brother, rJ, B. Nave, of Carter county, have erected a large lime kiln which they will uoe to prepare lime for fertilizing their fields. C. A, Leach, of Atwood, was in Huntington, and told a very interesting hog story. On the eighth day of November he had a straw stack to fall on some hogs. All ot them were gotten out as he thought but one day lust week while passing the pile of straw the grunts of a hog were heard, and on investigating, one was louud under the straw. It had been there for forty-oue days and was still alive. f.as -Y v?-: . i . in i vInJ j book gM yfn bus Many stolen bogs 'have been offered for sale at Martin. The Obion river was frozen over the first time in many ye ars, recently. An electric light plant at South Pittsburg is about ready for oper ation. The Thistle, a labor paper at Chattanooga, has started on its second volume. EJ, Ilollis and Bud Taylor es caped from the Union Ci'.y jail aud have nt been located. Over ten thousand fruit trees weio planted 'in Rhea county the past three months. Mid winter attempts at pearl huuiincr recently made in the Clinch River did not succeed. Extensive improvements have been made to tbe hub factory at Altord, Putnam county. Clarksville exscoufederates de cided that the government should not pension mei!. of their faith. The Commercial hotel at Springfield hus received exten sive aud needed improvements. Andrew Gamble is reported as having decided on erecting a new hotel at Montvale Spnuge. The curlew Jaw was suspend ed for a brief time at Lewisburg o permit Christmas jollification. Tbe Enterprise, of Lewisburg, says that the law aud otder league at that place retume bui- nees. T. i Cooper k Co. havo a new well equipped roller process read y .to open at Uniiia, Loudon County, on January 1st. George Miller was taken from prison, tried, fined two dollars lor drunketiuess and returned to confinement in thirty second at MempLia. Thomas Petway, a wor.hy citU zen ot Wilson county, and an old confederate soldier, died at his home of consumption. His wife, Nabcy Petway, alsi died on the day tollowing of heart failure. Mr. Petway was to have been buried the next afternoon, and when the undertaker came pre paratory to the burial, Mrs. Fet way walked across the room to where her husband lay, and lell dead on the floor; they were bur ied in the same grave. 'v. t ..... i; f t-ii ; :' i did '98 tr.octelH v c 1'at-c c.oacltidcA to fM make iism loi:st'l?or direct to the rider. For 3o days va w'.'d s-.il Fau:;ks of ctir yi swell '93 bicycles at r.et C03t to r;.i..rufac- i ture and will shi, C. O. D. on approval SvJ to any audrct.-i ca receipt of Ilia notumal j .3 sum cf $!.co ('.f west of Denver, CS). T'usC&J deposit ia "nicrtly to tilow f;ood faith on purchaser's," part; if yon don't want to send money in advance, tend your express agent's guaranty for charges one way and we v.'ill pay thc:n the ot'.icr i f yo;t don't want the wheel. f pETQftt f iiitslKvt kwiK oilMH3yinseiry lute lasprore., S$JdiSj:S.lL'.-?. ' val-j , !'i inch iraporteil tubir.g, Buh JuiuU, iaiproir.M lwo-i,inco crs: , crcb crotrn, larpa dotjcheble sprockets, haatl.-nrsie!.'- fiati-h and d(ni.ts.!.iows Morgan & Weight,, quick rcyuir tr.-. ia:yt or !'.-utU' too-, li'.Kn gratia equip- ment. Special price on namplo p-,vw. nf f itArA x iplondM mchinc, cvjr. .1 u r.-.y lur Mirviconad cany rannini?. BestlH Inoh 1 r-ml tnbinr, tr.-o iit-iv f-rr.a'a, urch crown, douohiililo epi-ockp, fnoly ficwhsd imd rieoorsfwl, Morjran & Wri-jlu, t,niti repair tire, in:o or doable tulxs high grade oqnipa-.ont. Ourspacinl eni-.ip j.rico JiZi.OJ. lL Qr'rTlP Bert medinm ynip or 1 IS. 1! inch tubiaa, striped and ducorbted, arch iiilr crown, dart-proot Ltri:i:.- ., ball :?t-.iior3, Ixit Iadiuna or Kcw yi Brrme-wick tirea, standard equipuaoat. I'pi-ciiil pricu on bampla I(ilV.l;!J. NOTE. Choice of Color, Style, Height cf Trarne, Ger.r, etc. Fully Guaranteed. ) hiKhorPOiin. Y'u enn make nig money Yon will bo Bnrprioed at the sppeamr-o rnd niality cf th'O wheels. Don't wait, order5 now whilft this ortor 18 open, ma mil oo mrjcu i. .trior pj,;n. i-u ubiuihh j our Airent. Rllint fi-r n. Wo aiTe for grouts liioir.a of uxih, Uio Ireo u ot Minpli wheel, or gift of wheel, accorulugto wrk Julia. Do You Want Cheap Wheels? We havo numbers of 16'Jtf ticcl 1807 mode! w'lfol i.f yarious irokeo and i)nAi. AA styles, some a little shop-worn, bat siim-w 111 Wheels Slightly Used, Mcc'-rn Typsf, - $3.00 to 5I2.W. . '.ir.i't t'v conntry. Kofornnnos, any ol tbe i i ..'i y,-ta i. -9. L!e:aro csency at once Onr bnsinose and Topntatiou ai' Unova expreus companies, or any bani inCliit.:'0. The J. L. Mead Cy Chicago. A Special Bargain For Newspaper Readers; The Semi-Weekly Republic an TIKE Ann Vnn n f ah Ann TAllan uuc iDai lui uuc uunai. The 8omi-Veoltly REPUBLIC is so well known that about all that ia . neeessary to securp a subscription ia to call attontion to it. It is the best (fun eral newspaper of Its class published, and has a larger circulation now than . any othor nowa Weekly or Semi-Weekly. It has command not only of all the -great sources of news from the Daily and Sunday Republic, but also receiTea tbe special service of the New York Herald and New York Journal. Tbe tele graphic and cablo service of tho Republic and the papers mentioned have never i boen equaled In the history of journalism in this or any other country. It has so many advantages as a news gatherer, that no other paper can claim to be Its equal. The whole field of news is covered thoroughly. Tho special features and illustrations are always the best. More noted writers con- . tribute to its columns than to any other paper of its class. It is published es nnrdnllv t,r mnpr. t.hn wants of that lrrn class of readers who bavA nnt. t.l.a srw I J - " wjr portunity or cannot afford to read a daily paper. It fs the leading democratic paper of the Mississippi Vajley. liy a special arrangement made for a limited time only, our friends will he given an opportunity to takn advantage of (his liberal proposition. Remember the offer, the Twice-a-Week Republic, 16 pages a week, and tho Scquacheo Valley News, both one y6ar for only SI, 00. THOMAS B. HILL. Notary Public: Certificate of Appointment filed in U.S. Pension Offices. aT CORRESPONDENCE oolicited lrom persona de siring to purchase land for residence or farming T.ur-I-oscB. TITLES extrnined. SEQUACHEE TENN. SEQUAGBEE WATER WORKS W ' . Office: Marion House. Residents of Sefjuachee havo all the i.riviWa in con nection wiib Water Servicer; equal to any tirxt claMcity The 8uj.ply ia taken from Cumberland Mountain from erring ooO leet elevation. lhree mi ea of pii-e are low laul