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Published at Sequachee, Tenn. iiillT son! Editors &, Publishers. Subscription, 50c per Year. l'uliliisiied Every Thursday. Entereil at the PoNtofliee in Sequa chee a Second Clans Mail Matter. Tiik Nkwh is not responsible "for tlic opinions of its correspondents, nor for 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and nothing will be considered for pub lication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer, not for publication but as an evidence of good faith. Hood's Pills Are prepared from Na ture's mild laxatives and while gentle are reliable and efficient. They Rouse tho Liver Cure Sick Headache, Bil iousness, Sour Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, 25c. per box. Prepared by C.I. n ood & Co.,Lowelt,Maa. . , l2New8 and advertising matter to secure insertion must be handed in before 12.00 o'clock Wednesday noon, otherwise it may be too late. THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1901. PROPOSED NEW ROAD. Chattanoogans Want Turnpike Connection With the Valley. The following petition was pre sented to the Hamilton County Court Monday, signed generously by prom inent citizens of Chattanooga, the the list of whom is headed by our friend, Col. Tomlinson Fort. To the County Court of Hamilton County, Tennessee: The undersign cd petition you to make a first-class turnpike out of the old Government road connecting the present county bridge along the north bank of the Tennessee river until it reaches the Moccasin, then across the Mocassin until it reaches the river again, then down the river to near the nioulh of Suck Creek, and there connect with the Marion counYy pike road, now about to be built with the $1 00,000 i n bonds authorized by the last leg islatuie. The only road going to Sequachee valley connecting with that bridge is the Anderson pike and when it reaches the Sequachee line there is no prospect of Sequachee county making it a decent road for years ' Marion county is about to com moncc an elaborate system of roads and the only road it can build con necting us with the Sequachee valley by the present brige across the Ten nessee river is by the old government road. There is a business of 1 50,000 to 200,000 per annun which this road would reach by automobiles, and $100,000 could be hauled over it by wagon if there was a good road." We understand that the route mentioned is the same which the citizens of Whitwell have been striv ing for so long. Such a route would be of great benefit to that place and the valley generally. While Cliattanoogans seem to be depending upon the bonding of the county for the building of good roads, still we believe the citizens of this county will make an effort for good roads even if they condemn the bond measure. At any rate let us have that road and those automobiles. AT M0NTEAGLE. WHITWELL DEPARTMENT. GEO. W. LEWIS, Agent. Lightning Hit the Hotel und Did Other Damage. Montkaoi.k, Tenn., .July 1. A ter r'flo wind and thunderstorm, accotupan iod by rain and bail, passed over this section Saturday afternoon. The lljjht- ninR struck the dome of the Montnajrlo Hotel, tearing oil only a few boards rnd CUt-tlnR down tbo telephone wire. Sev eral trees were blown'down and largo limbs broken from others. Tbo hail broke some glasa in the conservatory at Fairmount. The rain fell in such tor rents that lands were submerged and rapid streams flowed through the streets. ' A pathetic littlo instance of mother lovo was brought by the storm. A ben belonging to Miss Mab Tumor with her three chicks was caught by tbo' rain while roaming in the woods so mo dis tance from the bouse. She carefully gathered bor little ones under ber wings and sottled down to wait for fairer weather. Meantime the storm raged in all its fury and the hail beat upon her back until the feathers were literally torn away, leaving a strip of naked skin, but she bravoly hold out until it was all over, when she marsheled her little brood back to the homo promises. DEW ARE OF OINTMENTS FOIl CA TARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such ar ticles should novor be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tho damago they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derivo from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man ufactured by F. J. Cheney & C, Toledo, ()., contains no murcury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is takon Internally, and made in Toledo, O. by F. .1. Cheney & Co. Testimonials froe. Sold by Druggists, price 75o. per bot tle. Hall's Family Pills are the best. JULY BARGAINS Stone fruit jars with lids, 10c each. Mason's quart jars, 00c doz. Mason's half gallon jars, 00c doz. Large glass fruit dishes with six desert dishes to match, per set, !i8c. Men's straw hilts at half price. Mens' gauze undershirts, '20c each. Dark colored work shirts, '25c each. Regular line shoes, at $1.9S while the lot lasts. You can't afford to miss our offer- in shoes and hats. Ladies' hats worth 1.50 closing out at 11.00. . We have bargains for all. Voiir friends, J. E. Dyer & Co., Whitwell. Miss Lora Smith is visiting in j Jasoer. ! a Mrs. J. II, Harris was in Victoria Thursday. There was no work at the mines ! last Wednesday Mrs J. J. Dykes, who has been very sick for some time, is recover inS Prof. John M. Gerien's school on the mountain side will close next I WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH T. F. Hale Pastor; meetings 2nd Sun day at 11 arn. and 7 pm; Sunday school every Sunday at lu am., is. u. Koa gers, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH-.I. F. Hash, Pastor. Meeting 1st Sunday at 11 a. ru. and 0:30 pm., Srd Sunday at 11 am. and li:i!0 pm., 4th Sunday at 11 am. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:110 am., M. L. lucks, hupt. CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4lh Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school 9::i0 am. M. E. CHURCH W. C. Wheeier, pas tor; preaching 4th Snnday at 0:30 pm. at school house on side of the moun tain; Sunday school every Sunday at 9 am., A. L. Painter, Supt. r- C. P. CHURCn J. W. Folsome, pastor. Meeting aro held on every third Sunday on each month at 11 am. and 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 am. V. A. Kki.lv, Supt. LODGES. ELECTED TO OFFICE. lion. Jones C. Deene, who made himself famous at the time of the 1 ete 1 urnev steal, lias once more ' got an office. At an election held the other day he was elected a jus tice of the peace in Marion county. Knoxville Journal and Tribune. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Tfie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of No Smallpox Here. There are no cases of smallpox here now, the Henderson family hav in" been liberated Monday. No fur ther trouble is anticipated as there are no suspects here nor at 1'eter Cave Carroll county precaers or gtuized 10 fight the liquor traf fic. UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erica, No. 287, meets every Thursday night at 7 p. m. A. L. Rankin, Presi dent; Fayette Sanders, Vice Presi dent; Hugh Curtis, Socretary; O. M. Spivy, Treasurer. CUSTER CONCLAVE, No. 26, Regents of the White Shield, meets '2nd and 4th Saturdays at 7 p. in. J as. Speigles, R. C; Harry' Eggert, V. U. C; Jobn Weddle, 11. Chaplain; A. L. Panter, R. T; Emanuel Layne, R. R. WHITWELL LODGE, No. 515, F. A. A. Masons meets 1st and Srd Saturday at 7 p. m: M. C. Pryor, W. M; H. Kaker, S. W; Charies Duke, J. W; M. T. Tipton, Treas; O. W. Chastain, Sec; N. N. Rush, S. D; J. S. Hooper, .1. I); H. 1$. Rodgers, Chaplain; Ed King, Tyler; A. P. Lamb, Sr., and von Livingston, Stewards. OLIVE URANCH LODCK, NO. 52, I. O. O. F., meets evory Friday night at 7 oclock: (S. W Joraen, N. ; .1. Mosgrove, V. (.; T. P. Duff, Sec; T.M. Kakin, F. See; J. H. liogers, Ires. LAUREL REBECCA LODGE. No. 57, I. O. O. V., meets every Wednesday night at 7 o'clock: Elizle Turner, N. li; Lizzie Moss, V. O; Mrs. M. Huff, Sec; Lizzie Cross, Treas. POWHATTAN TRU'.E, No. 24, Inde pendent Order ef Red Men meets ev ery Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: L. S. lt.uimgartner, Sachem; .loo Vasey, K of R: J. C. Ealy, C. K: H. H. Turner. K. of W. KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS, No. its, meets every Mond iy t S:()() pm. J. T. Uaul ston, C. C; J. F. Hash, V. C; W. A. Levan, K. U S; T. P. Duff, M. E; .1. II. llorton, M. F; W. A. Ilarttnan, M. A; II. L. Layne. Prelate; W. L. ltarber, O. (i; "J. 1!. llavrou, I. U; A. T. Peay. M. W. Friday. Rev. B. F. Shirley and B. Frank Condra of the Srd district was in town Saturday. Prof. James Wells' school closed Friday alter a very successful term of four months. Rev. J. F. Hash went to Red Hill Sunday and held services at that place. Missts Kiddie find Muggie Pryor ol Forrett Hill was in the city last Thursday shopping. S. F. TIargis. the dairy man never fails to meet his milk and butter engagements. Mrs. J. J. Dykes who has been coufined for quite a while with fever is now convalescent. J. T. Smith manager of the Com pany's 6tore at South Pittsburg, was in town Thursday night. Mrs. J. W. Norwood who line been in Nashville for some time returned home last Wednesday. Dr. J. L. Raulston, a tall disciple of Esculapius was down from his mountain home last Wednesday. Mrs. G. H. Crozier and Mrs. Sam Ha'l joined the fishing party that came from Alabama last Thursday Floyd Graham, a soldier in the war with Spain was granted a pen non of $8 00 per month a few days ago. George Faly who left here over a year ago to work on the Tennessee Central R. R. returned last Tues day. H. B. Norwood andUnele Harry Roddy attended the fishing party at Whitwell Thursday. Pikeville Banner. R. E. Shelton, of Sulphur Sprung, was in the city a short time last Thursday. He was on his way fpun Jasper. ( Misses Ella Bryant, Addie Ar ledge, Lora Smith and Mr. Clarence Grayson are attending the Insti tute at Jasper. Miss Laura Campbell, who has been visiting ber grandparent, J. C. Yoking and wife, returned to her home at Whitwell Wednesday. Pikeville Banner. Dortha May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V A. Kelly die I last Thurs day of whooping cough and pneu monia. She was i. early five years old. The remains were interred at the Smith cemetery Friday. Pay day last Wednesday. W. L. Barber was on the sick list last week. Mrs. McFerren and daughter, music: teachers, are in the city. Hon. John T. Raulston went to South Pittsbuig last Thursday. M E. Walker, of lasper, was in town Wednesday of lns-t week. J. H. Lewis of O.ik Grove, was on our streets one day last week. Mrs J. H. Harris and Mrs. Isaac Parker were visiting in Victoria last week. Ben Parker, John Parker and Bennett Cowan left for Petroslast Wednesday. A small child of Mr. and Mrs. John Weddle is very sick and ml expected to recover. Dr J. L. Thompson, of Victoria, was in the city to attend the funer al ol W. W. Frater. Dr. A. T. Peay went to Jasper Monday to see the new county court commence busine.-s. T. A. Havron, Esq , Editor of the ' Statesman Democrat, spent Wed nesday night of last week in the city. Mr. Morrisson and assistants painters of Pikeville, are painting the company's store and are about done. Mr, P.uks a traveling sa'esman, of Naslnille was in the city a few days last week interviewing his anyy mm.- ' Regulator The ttest Liver Medicine. Largest Package on the Market. Ouo Paring Trio l"-c I'lvo f.ir Cl.O'l. in.,.T,.ri,.r. from InrMsrrs-tlon find ilpUT"' tor aoem jv itr:: nmi IrylnR clph ef the tK'st iliHMnr in tw; m.i"';- ' " Y., .' procured a V"," J, " . , a"',,.- 'auvih 4 i t Tunic I ml s'tri-iictn. 1 miKit ..:!; I"? I'1. Neighbors, LtikiuaViiio, A.i. III. I. Iiu-t My. Ktiliiti r iim ; it .. "i Min ; to dlrTll'i'. Ill '. :.vst II. 1 LMilli'il 111 WIMKIll I ii f .' :t .im I i iv In,.. Mrs. Mary K. M;"n. !., l'n"i"i, (..vci'tlllf. Trim. w 3 $ WW VK i' ;i. -v-.- --w-' f. WouUn't vmi like to have n Crcin In vur X home a t,'('. orgin one that will last a long, Z long time, an J make the whole household happier We have been niaVinp high-graile Organ (or P lorty-sevrii years, and our instrument are known T the world over as W i I ( I I I i ( o ) 4 j& Wa coll I "irfTfinc 'it In.,' nrlrpa. !it tliev are k. n ' ai a aV. a ninct A not "cnean instrumcnis. awiui i Reliable 4'.i."'.'- m J Organs. T!'-fui? ... . expensive and unsatisfactory thing you can buy Is one of these "chean" Orrans sold everywhere. When .... i . ...).;.!.. .1,,. .,..r and rears. A Ye sell Organs at from J 25 to $-'00. No matter what ftice you pay, the iamc Jii(h rc.!e is found tit tW every instrument. Our Organs aro handsome out- (R side, and the inside, where you can't ec, i put jP together as carefully and as accurately as a fa rr fine watch. 4 We sell (or cash, ami on tasy payment! to e- fa JK liable partifs. We will place an Instrument In your home, no matter how lar away you live, J $ where you can test in f'e tone, note in fine fmh and compare it with any other initrumeM j U vou please. If you like it, you can keep It and pay tor it. If you don't like It, send It Hae. I l and e will pay freight thargea both wayt. Isn't thai fair f Doesn't that ihow w hav fallh f .. in our instruments . . . I Cfl '. Iyour heal dealer dots net handle Relialle Carenter Organic tend to ut lot a laigi fa J illusUated catalogue, aelect an Instrument that suits you, and then write us about It. fa t E. P. CARPENTER COMPANY, BRATTLEBORO, VT. k This offer la, without tho least rtoubt, tho gretttect value for the 1cm money ever offered by any newspnper In the whole history of Journalism. trill I R17F Ef H GOOD KArCK w YOU KNOW WHAT YOU TAKE When you take drovts's Tasteless Chill j TonlC liooause inn lorniuia ii piiiiniy printed on every boUlo showmj thai it i simplv iron and uninino in a Usttdcss lortr KCuro, Kt I'aj. Sua Dr. C. U. KOWLKES, JASPKli, TKNN. Oiliee upstttirs lUok lluiidinj. Rev. J F. llsl. funeral st-rvires. conducted the old friends. Col. W. H. Rankin, Wil mm Lay and Albert Rankin, of Itargen Green, attended the funeral of W. W Frater Monday. The large number of friends and neighbors that attended the funer al of Will Frater here shows the high esteem in which he was held. S. R. Read, proprietor of the Read House, Chaltanooea. was in attendance at trie I tint nil ot his brotherin!av, Will Frater Mon day. Messrs. B. Tatum and John Mc Hone taught a fish one day last week that was three feet three in ches long and weighed 3G lbs. The head alone weighed five and a half pounds. D. T. Layne, our druggist, was honored with the appointment as Election Commissioner by the Governor, last week. B. E. Tatum of Jasper, and J. 'W. Morrison of this place, are his associates W. W. Frater died last Sunday at Chattanooga, and was brought here Monday for interment. He was buried at the Pryor cemetery by the Masons of Altine Lodge No. 477 F. & A. Masons of which he was a member, assisted by, Whit well Lodge and members of other Lodges. A large number oi friends were present Rev. J. D. Dame, of Sequachee, performed the church services. One of the most brilliant affairs of the season came off at the color ed church last Sunday night. It was the marriage of Chas. Yarbor ough and Miss Alleina Grayson, Rev. Martin officiating. The groom was cressed in a full im ported black diess suit made in the latest Parisian style. The bride was beautifully Ritired in white or gandy. The church was elaborate ly decorated with costly (lowers. A larye green unibrel'a was sus pended near the altar under which the contracting parties stood. The wedding march as sung by the choir was "If hen the Roll is called Up Yonder I'll be There," and just preceeding the ceremony the choir sang in stentorian tones, 1 0 where is my wandtring boy to night." Then the ceremony was performed after which there was preaching by Rev. J. F. Hash. 'Mourners were called and a good old time meeting was enjoyed as in the days of yore. I ni t SHEET npnnu 62 G ISi nniic0 dUUJf a" m ia LARCE TYPE UNABRIDGED WH have made arrangements with, one of the largest nmiuc lionsoanf Itofton to furnish otir ro vint Willi tun plurtw, full ulssa, complete anil unubriilituit Mivet Munir lor tnrnty -111 Tho nu llity of tliid she )t music is the very bent. Tlio composers' iinniig are household wonlnull over theci) itiiiHiit. None but hiirh-prioeil copyright pieces or the 1111.M popular reprints.- It l print ) 1 oil resjular sheet-music paper, from new plates made from large, clear type liii liiillnar eoloioil titles au. I is in every wav rlrst-class, ami worthy of vnur home. S.tMIO.IlOO coplen mills LIST OF THE PIECES Uff tnc U AtlMIS lime No.' PI i. Si Oli OHiiAX 165 Am 'trlcaii l.ilieity Maieh Coo IOI AiiiilBiiU Ahr I. .March Two Step Vook 247 A.rtWt'i Lit) Waltzes Straitu 181 Aulil I.i ik Syue. Variation . Duri-ee 187 Amtii 111 Som;. Op. Kl. I . . . Huclier j I 5 It itl la of Watei'loii. Il.ncrlpllve . Amlnwn 179 lldaittios of l'ar.Mllse Walt. 4 lunula SlmiMnd 227 IHiutif'il Hi in D.niulie IValtzei . . Slrumt 2 I 3 DHolc ll uvlt Wiltx Witltti 257 lllue II -il's of Neoll i'iil. Tram. . RteharH 221 lllun'iinl K1I10 I'ulk 1 . . . MorriuMi a I II ut'i'i I! in niuiilery March . Cmlrr IOI Hri't ll M tce'.i fi-o-u l.'iheiirlil . . Waitnet 9)1 Iti'ii .ml Ki.wkII Ma! ell . . 21 0v.slorU limlleaou. 1'our hanils. Mnminmi 28 J O.ival.tri. U.wtteaua. liiliroi"ZZi Mimniin 133 C.nl me n aii'l Si'iiIm III all Ivoja . Clrmv I e.iei.ri i) Wallzes Mtiiih 237 Oh kt'.iai 1 e. r.i M set 1imfe 237 Olior.slctM lio-es 4hainl.. . li l't lA.it (lli.vt.i.n t Aitliit:tnt iMin'eli Two Step Mufiiu . 1, f'ffS II hetlcr I) iol.M Cunle , Jr Utnire Mori'htitixc . Dihl'lflt . . tolrt , .' . bitrire . liithinaun . -SiHOHS . Slnldurd titiltrirl l.'l'lirin Duikft . ' lAxtntU lsiiH.te .alia lurk.'ii lt''it5()H '"1 No. VIIIOI! jrl I'lAMI OB OKf-A". 260 Al Noontide 27 A e Mm hi . I' l iunCiiuilU riiillustlcniKi ihjiuiim 140 lleneoll l.ighl ol lliune . . . firtliw" 134 llcMintlliil Voi'iiHgl t. ln t ,UITV 233 Hells ol fevllle II. Jade 162 Hen I'nlt. ol 'I II 1 hill e Annua 281 l'el t en I.om- 111.1t Duly liylen 223 lllue I les ... r. I toft 24 liovlii'od lis. I 1 0108 ...... rritz 20 llriilKC 'I I e.' V 1 11 1 I 1 l tlfllow re 268 I riile I ells KmxM 27Q ltioivnlieilIiSfleI.ee thorns Athmtm 9IT (!leolainrn .Mareh 81 Oo iiiu'4 from the lliiee lalo, 2S9 Co.ip .li:i. Valse l.ente . . . 211 Uo'im Klo'.ver WhIizhs 7 I llrtiii I lie w Walt. . .. 235 I'.iv lli.vn Polka 163 Itewjy's (ir.iiul Ti'luniilial .Marell 287 llia'ilinl Valley Wallis 29J Histlike Wjliz 117 Hiii.iin,' Trumpets March . . . 303 U'lnlwelsH 1 2 1 i'M ric Muht O11I01 91 Kuolla . Air do Dallet. Vei) Ul.'i. 10,7 l'liil I'ollia . . .... 155 Kvirieen IViillr. . . . . , 21 I'l'it ntlc Scliottlsche 2SI lf iti iit,.1 Oalop 23 I P.llHt. Seleetloua . 77 I'lftll S oelllllie . ...... 233 '.'lir.lili,' l Hie Slarlhtht. Walt. 233 o.ver Son;.'. Op. -W 283 K.mMtvlllu Walt. .... 277 KreUo'iiitz. Selections 177 Krolie of the l-Vojis 49 Kill I if Hinder. March (Salop. 09 ri..i 1 , . W iin. Ni,ctn!-ne . . . . 147 '-i 1 1 (l.iiiiinanilcry Mareli-Tivo Slep Minnd 281 IliJl an I Toe I'olka . 183 II r llri,' ir S nile II imifs Me Still . Iltthimlf iti It ii.o.ii.if ru Merrhnac Walliies . . Jncell i-ji n 1 in. H.vci ilouie. TraiiNoriiiiloii . wf I 7 I n imloli'l I llieinu Waltzes . . . 153 .In inn l.in I pollen 1'our liamls . . 157 l.nf II ip'- Meilltntlim 195 l.eip Year Schiiitisehe . 251 I.i I'etit II il. I'olka Mazurka 15) 1.83's 1 1 m ll " On 'o I'liha ".galop 249 LoMu ti'I'i. Selections 11 I. m l. in M-irch Two Step . . 243 F. is""'s Di caiulauil Waltzes 93 Mihleii 's Pinver.Tlie 249 M 1rt.l1 1 Sclnctioiis . 207 t iy lire ezes. Kour hanils . 283 Miv Day scliottlsene . . . 225 Mc.lCiuley anil llohart March 55 it mi iri il I)a v March . . . 131 Mi iaUei v Hells. Nocturne ' f milii Star Waltz . . 201 M Hie H n. The. Caprice 125 M II I Kentucky Home 305 'P neon lima (SollsclMlk , . . A'ii yici r DnrKet , Jf.OiUO A'DMfrr Batlurtetetki , . JvltuH lit-mj A.'i'fi'i Turner JleirUt . . ' , . . .aim .... Ltrlitt'lt Viiriatliuis ('in 1'iirlou V..U. I lai I 11 11 V .1 11 St. i-1 I Ii fa 1 1 K cel. 11 Keerel? A'swfrii 1 niiiiiiiniii i i ii)'.i ii.iiiib . ' 138 Clirislnms ( 11 1 01 . . 7Mf.r I90 ('nine M hen ll rfi -flTK lll(:lit Full Srlinmutm 284 t'liine Pack Ii Out I ntiiige . .(6. ia.lt 168 Conn's llreacli ut I n n he. Cakewalk Hll 92 Cow 11 1 lis. 'I I e. I'ml.ocu'sllccollecllonfVtiU'W 294 Croini of (llorv . . famrt 283 Dinilhe IMver . 250 Darling 1 Shall Miss Yi 11 . . . foh'B 170 Darling Nellie (Iibv Hi'V 244 lie Han JiMini ilc Iiistriin ent . . Fvllrilur. 70 Dear Hi 111 1 . e re (Iron lug (Oil . '"'H0" 302 Dear l.HUe Heart Nealh the Imlsle Uutl tl'n 304 1 1 in 1 011 I'.ver l 1111 iiie ion nog . . . 128 Diin t lllll k. IIIV llo.V.IOIilglll. Jl llli. I.i'mrr 290 I 'renin of I ove . ... .7m 258 Dwelling with li e Angels, ( ho 11. Tiinier R(l Mister lie. Sacieil i.iwvoii 220 Kver Hived Is Thy Memory .... llutti ld 19 Ti. iMiinio nere 'ivaic. lonno . . 180 l'ar Away .... '" 1H2 father is liruiKiiij: yigaio. i ii 1 . . 152 Klag ol 'Our Country, l atliillc . . nuinm I5B 1'lag. The. Quartette . . . 144 I'lli'ting in me Marilgnr. ' " 8 Klossie. Wallr. hung ' '' 138 1'iir a l'reain's Make 66 For Yon We me Fraying "I Heine l.rlfhwlt IRS From our lliune the l.oied re (iolug I'riev 98 (lathered Hoses . I ivmill 202 (iiven Kiss to Me . . . ''rV 178 (led Hless My Kind Ohl Jlollier . . . Jirill 204 (lolileii Moon .... 262 ( reeling imei . . 150 (ivpsv 1 oiintess. Diiei . . nwn ion Hear) of Mv Heart . ... .'efoim 272 How can 1 Leave Thee. Pnet , (ire. n" m rf 184 1 1 an l r ol':ei 11 e iiupjij j hi.1 . . . 74 In Seeel September . . ""''' 248 In SI iiilowlaml . . . I'lvmll 263 In Hiinmer Time . . . Jwnrnnis. 298 ll Is s l.i ueiiil li:a iir.ifi (83 In t!ie sinrnnliT. 1'liei . m . u'em- 28 Jiianila. I a hull . " 242 Ka'hleen Ulavourneeu . Iri 183 iMll.iiney . . ..... Ilvlt 132 hiss 11 e. I ut don't y tocdhye . . Unliruif l ia hiss tl lit in und my lh ml 10 thine . . ArM 164 l.nilioi.Hl Mull h. l'liet . . WWti.M'l 1IULP WANTED. Twenty pood talennirn at onee to nell liull't l'atent I lame Fastener. Sells on tiilit. Salesinen make from il to t" per day. Choice of terrU tory. Saniilc, i!"u ('nil on or write for term ill (itiee to W. CV ADAMS, Whit will, Ttnii. W'tnan Ma run . Vol . (Stuitnts Vcclei! Viln'lioca IIWi K'eir Hroum Mate Arliiirile Hede kill l.lHlen Ii. lie Wockinc lilrd . . . llt.trtl'Ol pf 43 l.illle Itev Plue. friolo or l'uet . baU'tde 154 l.ltlle Vi fet s nt the lioor . . . 'on 9J Lost Chord, The Sullirun 234 J'sri aiUlii 2 Miissh's Sli eplng in de ( hnrrhrald . httttt 23) Memories i t my Molher. ( horn , AHim 172 Molher f V cleinie lit the l'eor I'ftttt n-cie 222 Muslca 1 Flnlecee. IMiet . . " '.4hhnm 232 .v.llst ttie svvei I I le inn OHIO e.uut-imur ... .1 . . .1.1 .111 . i...u. . m IXI ."J jiiiiuci'y 111 inii .1111 . ji....vi,i, IIO My Little Lost lime . linvle 170 Mv Chi Kentucky Hi ree . tmur 216 eh. Hug Antln 11 at Hi 'litre Mmln. . lmwv 223 "hi Folks nt l'i 11 kShiiii ee llll.l er) Ittirr 102 ('Id Sexton. l I e . .'ef 270 eld Mlliigef huiill . . . . Ilotttm IU4 'HI "ie llalllts III Hit iiriiiiiniiiiinri riimiMdf 90 (in the I'ciich. 1 11 1 iHiilllul'Hlhwl L'tdh-u 258 Cut on the l'f 1 p . ii Af 160 (iiiteast. An. ( I aiseter Foiig . , . ft in 174 Farted from onr I 1111 Cues . . kttht 2C4 l li tiire o I y 'i'll er. 'I he .Ai(i 148 Foor (ill I dii'i 't Vt 1 w. ('1 rlilc. . (We 274 rrivnte Ten my Atkln . Itttr 131 Feipiest. Siiered Gntttir 208 Hocked in the Cradle of Ihe Deep . . hm;iht 142 HosemoMle . Chtituniaife 80 Seo Those Living Pictures ' 224 Shall I Fvei SeeMulher'sl'aceAgalli? it ievre 194 She Sleeps iimoiig the 1'eisle . . IhnwtM 124 Softly shire Ihe Stuis of KveulliR itttiivvn 210 Sun's rietuin, The .. i 120 storm alSia. I'efdlptlve litlink 278 Siilniner M.i w( r . .ilarzinttt 10 .Sweetest Siuig, The jMmia 32 Sweet I i nir Ago. The EttoltwlK ' 46 That V old ns Hope. Waltr song , AKi7ir 118 There's Hah, how In the Cloud . twin 206 There's Sure to lie a Wsy 7-fov 158 Thinking or Hi me Slid Mother . . . 292 TltHiiia's Crndle . J.rbvyuu 118 1 is iiiie.iieur iiearr.v.e rersning &sltMi ie 108 Trea d soltly :he Angela lire calltnjs Tiirvtr 38 True In Ihe Last , Aihmit 62 Your M01 he? 'p Love for Yon Aop;( 252 Warrior Fold Aduw 84 What ere the Wild W ves Haying? Duet b'ltrtr 68 When the Hoses are Hloomlng Again MiUt 86 When Winter Lara Have (inn , , ricvas 186 Whistling Wife. The. Comic . .,.(( 212 Why am I ever W atching A l.,,d, 2 IS Why do Snuilner Fosea Fade . Knrkrr 300 Yellow Hoses Hason a v.. l.iil,,.:iti of ii'.l.ht (Ireat Nut oils 175 ill 1 ill S igs "f Ainuric.i .... '''''; 135 Si ' Iti i 'il i's Trill, op. 81 . . . An 271 O-sn'A'wn Waltz . hZl,',r lil I .' i ir Home. Transcription . Hhikt 171 1 i t )l ll icl:nt. The. Variallons lliirkee 273 O.u II M.' . One S ml. Mazurka . Slmu 2l9')i(ii rt'ivo Wall liwfmre 197 '.'J '. t -. of those a. Two slep .'..uinim 245 .-yatt iVilt . . ' .Srim-,r 9 1) ir l.ltlle Allies. Walt .. tinware 191 Oarti'i Waves Wall .. Itotin ?J Plane I) 1 Waltz , ' 19 3 IM' til Pen ml Overtiiro (Suppe) Hritm-rr 28JPsy:'ie. divotta "'"," 187 III I .V lit-, ami llluo I'orevor. March IIMe 111 Hie. 1 mm I Much -two slep . . . Miutitt I?..,.;.. iVult .... S'hmmtnn j ll. 1 it;iu.. Leave. Idvlle .... "w;ie ISa.i.. wo. .hp. llirch Two-Sten Mi'"' ao si 1 iim-l's Serenade. Transcription tur 161 Silir Waves. Variation . . iai s n;IVi I lo'ieral I March . . . 293 s . ttt ilr of the It ill Waltz . . 9; ( ii.-it I, i'ce Waitz . . . 25 i i 1 : Fio'-veri I'olk.l 21 .' ' 1 1 i ll 1 I'olka . Ijl s i.' n. The. Imitation of Nature 7 3 -s u II iznrka 133 S lit 1 l'i limit M uch. . . . . 201 s v : if 1 1 Auo Transcription 115 Fir nli (iil"i ill l'y:ii"il Hchoes. Siina without word Jeirell lll'Tilir the D.uilile i-jigle March . . Il'iomft 23 ' 1 1 i;i i-i Waltz iM.i.rtr 201 Vi im I" 1 rude (Jop kstei Alley 7 '-il 1 is of l.iu'ht. Waltz ... ion' 203 iVir'i'l 1 .-' at F.ve B,rft.iri it n'irii or the Ocean Marcl Uhite 281 IV 1 1 ling M ireh llendehmlii, 251 V- 111 oe linrs. A perfect pom . . . llotet IliwnHiol Whispers Waltzes . . . .Ilanlen SOI Vicht Wilt Urn-mar ink .iii'iir V i tz. . . '"('" nflJl'V TflDOCT tlml l,,n Price you have to pav for this sheel music Is only I wst j.n, UUii I r U1IU& I reti that for tins you g-t ten plrrea. not one; that It la sent to guy asililross poftpaid: tiial all the little iletslls are up to the standard, lurlmlln rolored 1 it Ira 1 ht Iheviic il piece have lull piano neciinipaiiiiuenta ; that the instrumental pii cea give the baas . well as inelisiv; that this sheet music is eiual to aTny pnhlished. Also doa't (orr'l lo niako Toiirsolcciiim in once, tos-nil us the nnlcr, Kiul to tdl your tri Is alK.ul this Mi eft Bask Oiler. S itisf.-u tion gnriraiitce.l. (Iriler by anilisrs, not Name. A Poor Millionaire. Lately Stred in London Wausa he could not digest hi (ood. Early uso ot Dr. Kind's New Lifts Till would have saved bim. Tbey atrenfrtban the atomach, aid digeation, promote assiml tion, improTO apootite. Price Monoy back if not aalisfleS. Sold by W. A. Turnpr, Victoria. Wbitnell Drug Co.. WbitwttlL PRICE OF ABOVE. PIECES. Any It tew !i5 crista. Any 'il for -10 real'. Aar II for $ I. OO. An; 100 far fii.'ir,. Write your name, full address, and Hat o( piicea wanted ly I lie ai m tu bsr ra ; envloM thi.with stamps or silver, and mail eur bring to address given t-low,aml the anui will !eut direct from Hoet'iu.rjuaUge prepaid. SEQTJA.CIIET T2lIsK,. WE DO THE NEATEST OF JOB PRINTING.