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a Published -t Segnachee, Tenn. Ull.L ft 80 N. KdITi-RS 4 rCBM.sllElK.- Swlptton, T6c per Year. Published livery Thursday. Entered at the PostofhYe in Seqna Chee as Second Class .Miiil Matter. Tiik N'kws is not responsible fortlwe opinions of its correspondents, nor for signed communications, ami tiutliin will Ik' considered for pub lication which is not accompanied ly the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of good faith. 1 1 Tir 1 1- tf.-mf -' .--'- " ' M l3Ncs and alvertismp; matter to secure ihxertion must bo handed in before 1:2.00 o'clock Wednesday boon, otherwise, it may be too late. tJTConies of this miner niav he found (In tile in the otHmt of a spcoial corri's- luinuent, ft- . Siirirers, 01S I Street, N. Y.. Washington, I). C. THURSDAY, JULY 19. l!)no. this Paper One year.! Tarm 3oumaI. Tive years. Pay up and get Boift Papers for .be Price of One. owant to (ret 1,000 subscribers to Ulir paper h,y Nuw Year's, and are going to do it if wo cm; we thereforo contin- uo our arrangement with the Farm Journal bv which we can send Tiik Nkws one year and tlio Farm Journal year, both for 50i5. And we mako the the same offer to all old subscribers wbo Will paj all arrearages and one year in Hdtince. You know what our paper is and the F 'I'm Journal is a gftn practical, pro grossive a clean, honest, useful paper full of gumption, full of sunshine, with an iin m on so circulation anion? the best people everywhere. YOU OUGHT '10 TAKE I T. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorised to announce Fran els M. McCullouirh as a Candidate for election to the otlice of Sheriff of Ma rion County, subject to the action of tbe Uepublican party. We are authorized to announce R. Ilrown, the presentenctimbent, as a can didate for re-election as sheriff of Ma t on county, at tbe election to be held in August, 311 bject to the action of the democratic committee or convention We are authorised tn nnniiunp.fi W tf. HALE as a candidate for Trustee of Marion county at election in August, subject to tbe action of the republican party. , . We are authorized to aunounce A. Chaudoin as a candidate for election as assessor for the 4th district of Marion County, at the election to be held Aug ust 2, 1900. Scholarship Offer. The News-has made arrangements yUb Dr. II. M. Evans whereby it offers a scholarship In the Chattanooga Nor mal School to the boy or girl securing tlio most cash subscriptions to the News on or before September 1, 1900. Is often a warning that the liver Is torpid or inactive, wore mriuut, troubles may follow. For a prompt, etllrlent euro of Headache and all liver troubles, take Hood's Pills While they rmisc the liver, restore full, rcculur action of tho bowels, they do not ?rlpe or pain, do not Irritate or inflame the Internal organs, but have a positive tonic effect. 25c. at all rtrimuists or by Until of C. I. Hood ft: CO., Lowell, Mass. f! WHITWELL DEPARTMENT. GEO. W. LEWIS, Agent. Instantly Killed. Samuel Henderson, of Tracy City, aged 00, married, was thrown from a 2- horso buggy at Chattanooga Monday night it 7 o'clock, whilo the horses were running away and insiantly kill ed. He was formorly a coal miner, hut lately was employed by K. L. Hampton of Tracy City, who had a span of ponies and ah open carriage which ho wished to dispose of, and sent Henderson to Chattanooga to sell them. While showing tbem off, the horses took fright at a pile of bricks and ran aw;iy, ana tue leu uina wncei oi toe uarriaj,'" collapsed, throwing Henderson bead first a.'ainst a stone curbing. He lived only five minutes. ., Static of Ohio, City op Toi.fcno, LrcAS Corsiv, Fkank J. Ciiknkt makes oath that ho is t'je senior (iai tner of the hrm of K. .1. CitKXKV & Co., do tig business in the Ciiv of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tiio sum of ONE HUNUKEU UOl. hARS for each and every cas' of Ca TAitiiH that cannot be cured by tne Uso of Hai.i.'s Cataiiish Celtic. FRANK J. CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this bth day oi uecemuer, A. 1). !S8o. a. O. GLEASON, ' Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internal lv and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Head the New for it is only 50c. J. A. Clotise Est., of Kimball is in the city. J. II. Harris and wife went, to Vic toria Tuesday. J. L. I'rigmore, of Victoria, was in town Thursday. John Deakmg of Seijiwcliee coun ty is in the city. D. It. Deakins and J. E. Teagtie were in the city Monday. 15. J. Uailey, of the new 1st is- trict, was in the city Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Martin and son, Arthur, went to Chattanooga Sunday. J. II. H arris is preparing to op- n a new store near the postottice. Tho McMillen family started ba. k from Newcomerstown on the C a nist. A young child of Matt Iludsn died Monday and was buried flV S day at Red Hill. Tom Eiikin went to Victoria S t tirday to look after his inteiests in the justice's race. ltev.T. F. Hale, wliohas been in town for several days, returned to his home in Uledsoe County .Monday evening."' Miss Kemp Graham has been cre ating some fine needlework lately. Her designs are both pretty and tasteful. L. S. liaiimgarler and Joseph Va- ey went to Victoria Tuesday to look into the causel of trouble tit tbe coke ovens there. Hev. Win. Doogan and J. .1. Smith moved to Durham, (ia., Tuesday. There was an ice cream supper at Sulphur Springs Saturday night. Two car loads of wheat have been shipped from this place this week. Sunday and Momjay have been the hottest days so far this summer. I5n Frank Condra is thrashing D. II. Hooper wheat today (Tuesday.) It is s?id that the coke pullers at Victoria are on a strike for higher wa'jcs. W. C. Hill, of the News, was in the city Friday in the interests of his paper. C'apt John Frater and sister. Miss 1 tanhah, 6f Victoria were in the city Saturday. I have found relief in BARNES cum I am i wttl maa tow, and bfartl'v think youforcalllni my attestioo to tbli good remedy. Mr. A. ri.l,h.m, fit W.nral St.. Nuk.UW, Tnu... " I I'l.M.r. la rM.uimdlt S.ri' ki.'ur, i,4 riiwd.r rw. tt rr . r'"' t-ivf. I trM uaw af Mk.r th!u- kutM m pi ..n.f.ctio. urn I ii r. t Wtlcr. om ud ft itlf tot tWt will 9Vn Writ fnf a iimille hotlle Irw; or, t four dnii;j;liit, v mil pt btttl-. A botllrs with guarantw errllhcatr, S'.'i- Mttl Oatv IV BARXES 80TAK18 DRUG CO., Mi FOR SALE BY JOHN W. SIMPSON, JASPKR. no norjEY required WITH YOUR ORDER. Cut rtih !. out and tend to us. Stat whether yrm wih drop hA of up rlifb(.nd we will tend you our high-gride Akron Sfwing Machine r rt n tihWrt to xam.nation. kxamtne it at your nearest freight of cxi'msa olhi.. and if Cound ertly as represented here, equal to HWl mirninn ionn ni lufuu,.; v , ivy I 1 he frciflht cinrer wilt wetee 73 ctS. lor each uo mn, tra or grcai'-r aiaiicri ia HUiuiion. i 1 months' trial In your own home, and it H not aiisiActnry, eturn it at our espeme, and w will refund your money. This machine tt rir t -j l "l eoualto ny itancuia nirn-irraic sewing niALiunc nuiuc, ami any ran.iun l ri .1 . Il KvJrd find n.llltrhtrfl. Z.t ... i. .. muulxi mule of interior ruateiiaL Wemanufk.turB ia ....k..ti nml tell onlvat a small advance of faotytrw tost. whiLa enahleatta lc oirer you n strictly hirh-ifrade machine at a Hdictitouiy low price. nriSf IfiL fit Ifial I IIIUV nunowncouteriuarcconiinuaiiyoner- write to inc Kron oiTinpi maxlk w ine MOOAH OUR CLUBBING LIST. We club with the following pa pers at the following low rates, but only for cash in advance: Detroit Free Press 81.00 Toledo Weekly Blade 1.00 Louisville Home and Farm... 100 Louisville Weekly Dispatch 1.00 Weekly Commercial Appeal... 1.00 Knoxville Weekly Journal and Tribune 1.15 Ledger Monthly 1.00 If you. want bargains in Shoes, Hats Clothing, Hardware Tirtware, Glassware, &c, coiiie to see me. Have some Special Low prices to of fer. Your friend, J. E. DYER. WHITWELL DIRECTORY. The registration law having been thoroughly cussed by both political parlies, still like the sword of antiqui ty hangs pendant over the question. There is no doubt that many voters have been disfranchised for the pres ent election it least, by nou-registra-tion, but what the effect will be is bard to tell. '- The republicans claim ffOt) majority of registered voters, but since then two republican tick ets have been put in the field, and the democrats are once more cheerful. The fine wheat crop this year is largely the result of sowing wheat atter peas. .Many farmers arc under the impression that July is the last month lor sowing peas but this is mistake. Stock peas sown any tune in August will get 'full growth in lime to be turned under in the tall and will always insure a good wheat crop next year. Attention is called to a letter from Mr. W. L Melcher on our first page relative to the mountain road. It settles a long mooted question as to who shut up that boulevard. Mr. Hemingway, the Secretary of Jersey Cattle Club, says that "Biggie Cow 15ook is a most comprehensive little volume one of the best things on the cow question I ever looked into." Mr. Hemingway ought to know. The price is 50 cents, by mail; address the publishers, Wilmer Atkinson Co., Philadelphia. Bttrtth I fUtau It Kwf I'M Ha n Bjc;1 z. r ktt ton Ha v CHURCHES. C. P. CHURCH M. K Hollester, pastor. Meeting 1st and Hrd Sundays at 11:00 u. ni., and :! p. m. Sunday school U:8() a. m. Junior Endeavor, 2:30 p. in. All are cord lull y invited to attend. MISSIONARY HAl'TIST CIIURCIl- T. V. Hale Pastor; meetings 2nd Sun day at U nm. and 7 pm; Sunday school ovcry Sunday at 10 am., 1!. B. Rod frers, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH J. P. Hash, Pastor, Meeting 1st Sunday at 11 a. m. and (i:i!0 pm.. :rd Sunday at 11 am. and (!::!() pm., 4t.h Sunday at 11 am. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am.. T. P. Duff, Supt. CHRISTIAN CHURCH -J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday tiefore 4th Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school ):'i0 am. M. E. CHURCH W. C. Vheeier, pas tor; preaching 4th Snnday t (S:;10 pm, at school house on side of tlio moun tain; Sunday school every Sunday at 0am., A. L. Painter, Supt. LODGES. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday night at 7 p. in. A. I Kankin, 1'resi dent; Fayette Sanders, Vice Presi dent; Hugh Curtis, Secretary: U. M. Spivy, Treasurer. CUSTER CONCLAVE. No. 26, Repents of the White Shield, meets 2nd and 4lh Saturdays at" p. m. Jas. Speitrles, R C; Harry Eggert, V. R. C: John Woddle, R. Chaplain; A. L. Panter, R. T; Emanuel Laynn, R. R. WHITWELL LODGE. No. 515, P. A. Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday at 7 p. m: 11. r. Cowan, W. M; M. C. Pryor, S. W; A. P. Heard, J. W; M. 1. lipton, 1 reas; O. W. Chastain See; N. N. Rush, S. D; J. S. Hooper, J. I); It. B. Rodgers, Chaplain; Ed King. Tyler; A. P. Lamb, Sr., and I von Livingston, Stewards. OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 52. I. O. O. P., meets every Friday night at 7 o'clock: J. C Ealy,- N. O; L. S. Baumgartner, V. (i; T. P. Duff, Sec LAUREL REBECCA LODGE, No. 57 1. O. O. P., meets every Wednesday night at 7 o clock: Almeila M usgrove N. G; Laura Hooper, V. (J; Hugh Lurtls, Sec; Hertha I urtls. 1 reas. POWHATTAN TRIHE, No. 24, Inde pendent Order of Red Men meets ie ry Tuesday night at 7 o clock: L. S. Bmimgartner, Sachem; Jo Vasey, K. nf K: J. C. Ealy, C K: It. il. J urner. K. of W. KNIGnTS OF PYTTITAS, No. Os,r(.eU ev-rv Mondiv night at 7. J. T. Cow an, C. C; Joseph Cain. V. C; D. T, Layno. Prelate; J. A. MeRee, M. A; Richard Rigsby, M. E; John Cowan, M. F; W. A. Isvan. K. R. S: GorKe Smith,, I. G; James Alackir, l. U. The committee of the Miner's Un ion have gone tack to Tracy City to Confer with the officers of the T. C. I. & It. II. Co. in regard to the scale of wages for the next year. Little Philip Hash, son of Kev. and Mrs. J F. Hash, died very sud denly last Wednesday nnd was bur ied Thursday at Red Hill cenu tery, Rev. J. A. Darr and other ministers officiating. A large number attended tbe funeral and sympathize with the bereaved parents. . " The republicans met at Victoria Saturday to nominate district candi dates. One wing (the Ibownlow) met at 10 a. m". and nominated T. M. Eakin, Sam latton and G. W. Brewer for Justice of the Peace, A. L. Rankin and Reuben Warren for Constable and A. J. Martin tor Tax Assessor. The Evans w ing held their meeting at night and nominated 13. F. Cowan, Balaam Long and G. V. Walsh for Justice of the Peace; A. L. Rankin and James" Lewis for constable and M. II. Merritt for Tax Assessor. Annie and Pearl returned home from Shellinoiind Sunday. ' Hennett Mitchell and John Alder of the In man division of this district were in the city Friday. - Frank Price and W. II. White, of the old 3rd c istnet which is now the 1st, w as in the city Friday. Mr. Davis passed up to Davt Hollovvay's Saturday evening with his thresher and it is said thieshed S57 bushels in one hour. There were registered 344 votes arid on the mountain there were 74 votes making a total of 418 votes for this the old 15th district. The revival services at the M. E. Church still continue with uiiabated interest. Up to the present time (TuesdayJ about 20 have professed faith in Christ and about the same number of peniteritd are at the altar. Col. T. N. Graham, our popular hotel keeper is accustomed to wash his hogs at intervals to keep them free from vermin and consequently the hogs have got so trained lhat when they see him coming they all give a squeal and jump into the trough to be washed. Victoria Vniom OfficJ&la Victoria fnion, A. F. of No. 7(500, m.eta 1st and 8rd Saturdays. Pres. J. Christian: Vir Prs . Jrry Rogers; Sec., J. W. Motisr; Tre.l , A. Flovd Jm i l..ul:.l'l ,, liii Of J , r iIPm irk virimit Inriu mntV. W .tlon.l Bank of Akron, Ohio, Ukjt wiU till you o( out RllabilliT. china, wiili the tktecti of nono. tUdo tight is out tactory, by Uit mm uuIm! wotkintS and ftom tbe best mittttil that ! ...jUmi . BMMltV CAB IH1T. ftOfiB flCClf IOIMrrowri"erfciTipirsll' Q'- J..H&nnrwv" " ' WllUT lki)a DHOinbl litndk,puniM one iiiuMf uo V !? I with the hMillrop,l from M. to ba utl M a cnMlIJ o. de. Tba I , , , vprichtu. awa l up uu nm. a ii uncr lrww o ' "'"rv " kITJ tiecllcaj cic. wiwrnire iuch ia)OtEcmoa maw, ..-a.-". and oornratc rnlliM nih. Una nickeled dtaer ll, fem oy (oar cKiv rtlwtbltKailla.(rfiiiaa Smyth Iron .md. Iha Oro Hral h four laory dnnn and ana drawar fc. Lola. Kn. h macHlnr h.n tlw dnfst !ui;h ria llaad. potit fnac mnUna Iraa, wirmrcamng nonimir ki..ic,--vwi.. Ha winder, adjiuttlja hearin?., patent tenil.m lKrto, lmpioved loose wheel. Improved alntalla nmune foot. Impm.ed tliuttle carrier. tent or-M iruatd. patenl needle Mr, kead M handsomely decor.ted and ornamented and beautifully nickel trimmed, wa a-uaratitao tola machine to be the llehte runntnf. BJort durahla and neareu noiseleu nacMne ma.l. Erery amchment la AimKhed nee. torelhet with a complete In.tnic. ti..n hook, lellin yooliow to do any kind of ,,U in or fanty work. Wa aue bindlo,, Ktaranttewlth erery maclifne. It will mat won BothlnC to tee '"dew Ine thl! machuia. ehtnpate It with other, aclting for from ,40 to &'. and f aatlifactory, rr,.h.TntT6fS:,d eharpv Send for clrcul.t; and full dca. jipt.on, ..I lowing lr..ii! ..j tJi. ,n.nf.Mred hv uj. Order today. Addreu all orderl to THE AKRON SEWING MACHINE A BICYCLE CO., Akron, Ohio tThe Aaroo Sewltif MactOna and Bicycle Co. er. relUble.)-Eclitor. Empty Yoar Parse Into Yonr Head! We know of no better advice to young people. THE- Chattanooga Normal University AND CASTOR. A lor Infants and Children. The Kind Yen Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of RESOLUTIONS. Whereas it has pleased tbe Supreme Ruler of the universe to tend the death angel to the borne of our friend and brother, Rev. J. F. Hash, and plucked therefrom little Philip, the infant son of Bro. Ilasb, and Whereas (ha removal of little Philip from this life, has cast a shadow over the bouse of otir brother, a cloud of darkness and despair; and Whereas, Hro. Hash is one of our most tried and worthy members, he be ing a man in whom we are delighted to place confidence, feeling that tbe same will never lie betrayed, and he being always ready and willing to offer to those in distress soothing words of com fort and cheer: therefore be it fie-iolvod that we endeavor to point out to Hro. Hash and his wife tbe kind words of condolence, which be has so often offered to others, lto it further Itosulved that we extend to tbem, in this the darkest hour of their lives wben life seems an almost unending nigbt, our tender sympathy. Beit Further resolved that these resolu tions be made of record in tbe minute book of this lodge and that tbey be published in tbe SrqrAonr.r. Valley News and the Statesman-Democrat nnd that a copy be presented to Bro. Hash and family. J.xo. T. Raulsto. D. T. Latmc Committee. This July lfi. 1900. B leva tho 8 'g-aatn. re m W4 TPS rU law k Tension Indicator voosF IS JUST WHAT THE WORD IMPLIES. at It Indicates tht state of the tension at a glance. Its use means time saving and easier sewing;. It's our ofrri Invention and is found only on the White Sewing Machine. We have other striking improvements that appeal to the careful buyer. Send for our elegant H. T. catalog. Wkite Sewing Machine Co. Cleveland, Obi. 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