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Pl'llLIMHKt) AT Sequachee, Marion County, Tenn. KVKItV TliUKHHAY. HILL it SOX, Eiiitoiih ami rrm.iMiK.iiH Subscription Price, 50c t Year in Advance. HT s'ewa and advertising matter to se cure insertion must be banded in before 12 o'clock each Wednesday, or It may bit too la to fur publication. Tiik Nkws will not be responsible for the opinions o! its correspondents, nor for signed communications, and nothing will be considered for publication which is not accompanied by the real name of the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY, May 12, 1!0' ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized f announco Wil liam J. Harris as a candldafn for elect ion to the office of Sheriff of Marion Countv, subject to the will of the peo ple. Election in August, l'.'Ul. Wo are authorized to announce Dan T. Thach as a candidate for trustee of Marion county, subject to the action of the republican party of the county. We are authorized to announce H. S. O'Neal, of Whitwell, as a candidate for tho ollice of Sheriff of Marion County at the election to be held In Ansjust, sub ject to the action of the democratic party- It is to be regretted that the l cation of the pike as surveyed from here to Victoria could not be still further removed from its proximity to the railroad The News has made a strong effort to get the com missioners to change the location, but while they admitted that change should be made, they claim a route closer to the mountain would be more costly owing to the number ol foot hills that would have to be crossed. A half mile more will be added to this danger ous road by following around Sar dis hill next to the railroad, mak ing in all about a mile and a half of road where the pike will be dis rectly contiguous to the railroad track, with practically no chances to escape from the demoralizing ef fect of a passing train. This place has always been the dread of peo ple with timid horses, and it seems unfortunate that it will be made a greater death trap than ever. Editor Chambers, of the Tren ton, Ga.. Sentinel, made a tour of the valley recently, and mention ing Sequachee as a progressive town has this to say: "We did not have an opportunity to see much of Sequachee, but understand it is a good business community. The Sequachee Valley News, edited by Ilillife Son, is published at that point, and is quite a popular peri odical, we find, throughout the valley." We are much obliged to Editor Chambers forhis "mention" and regret exceedingly that he could not have stopped off long enough to have inspected our of fice which is a very complete print ing establishment. United States Attorney George Randolph, Memphis, Tenn , has been making inquiries into the af fairs of one J. T. Graham, who uri-. der the guise of the American Teacher's Association of Memphis, has been swindling newspapers ex tensively. Graham has been ar rested on charge of using the mails in furtherance of a scheme to de- fraud newspapers all over the country. Newspapers which wish that the ends of justice should be subserved should send statements of their accounts to Mr Randolph, who is very anxious to secure them as evidence of fraud. The public school library fraud ia being handled without gloves by State Superintendent Mynders The payment of notes given for these alleged libraries by the dirtc tors of Sevier county has just been declared illegal by the chancery court of the county on suit itstilu ted by Mr. M)nders. The Monroe Citiien savs that one of its subscribers was painfully kicked by a mule be was "plowing." The mule can hardly be blamed for so doing, as any man who thus recklessly irritates a mule ought to be kicked. Let us hope that the little suck era which usually attach them selves to any project will not suck the life out of trie buck project as proposed for Tenner river. Impaired Digestion May not be all that la meant by dytprpila now, but it will be if neglected. The uneasiiieM after eating, fits of nerv ous hcadiH'he, sourness of tho storawh, and disagreeable beU'lilng may not be very bad now, but they will be if the stomach ia suffered to g row weaker. Dyspepsia Is such a miserable disease that the tendency to It should be given early attention. Tills Is completely over come by Hood's Sarsaparilla nhkl: strengthens tbewhole digestive system Pooii Unc e Rus i?age who ia growling liecause he lias been hs sesneil (or 8200,000 o! personal property in New York city, and tleclitre he will "move out," is in vited to come- to 8eqiiiicb.ee where there is it ci .iliiindanee of nice wa ter. Chattanooga hits been having n dissipation v i e w i 1 1 ; the picture ol a woman without any lingerie on. As a Chtvtlrtiioinja. paper remaika that "it takes some time to pee Nana thoroughly." it must be a sort of linger iog dissipation. It's remarkable how uniform many of our country friends are in printing matter from the Hearst boiler plate factory, but isn't it rubbing it in to print the same plates in several successive issues. V v wiiii Id rut her ilenl wit h r,tt.u-k th.. thft irirlivi(l,.l wt laU9 ,rwleentremHrkHnrr tails filthy stories. There are too many of this sort in the land, any- way, venting their nastiness. Mrs. Coffman, who edited the Rockwood. Tenn., Times while her husband took a rest, announces that she collected 83 iu six days. Golly! how the Times was boom ing! The Chronicle. Crossville. Tenn., is a late comer to our exchange table, which we ar pleased to re- ceve- A few more enterprises in this town would put much more en thusiasru in the hearts of its citi zens. The further removed from the race question the more the average newspaper talks about it. A Kansas town wants a zoo. Seems to us there is zoo enough in Kansas. Statu of Ohio, City of Toi.kdo, ) Lucas County, J he is the senior partner of the firm of . J. Chknkv k Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONB HUJJDK1SD DOL LARS for each and every case of Ca- TAttitn that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catakwi Cukk. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Utb day of December, A. D. 1886. 7Z A. G. QLEASON, , Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are tbo best. VALLEY ITEMS. The infant child of James Foyd died at Dunlap. The Pikeville Training school closes May 19th. The Btudents will present a war drama. Dunlap is organizing a base ball team, and the cry of "play ball" will be heard this summer. A Dunlap young man, who is a good gardener and florist is report ed very popular with the girls. Three arrests were made at Dun lap last week of young men who were guilty of swinging onto the trains. Ed Eisenhower, of Dunlap, was arrested for stealing $15 51 fron the Cit y Drug Store, and in default of 81.000 hond was remanded to mil to await action of grand lurv A Startling Test. To save a life. Dr. T. G. Merritt, of No. Meboopany, Pa., made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure. Ho writes, "a patient was attacked by vio lent hemorrhages, caused by ulceration of tbo stomach. I had often found Electric Bitter excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescrib ed them. The patient gained from the first, and bas not bad an attack in 14 month." Electric Hitters are positive ly guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indiges tion, Constipation and Kidney troubles. Try them. Only r.Oc at Whitwell Drug Co. IWutttJcll fjtpartment. GEO. W. LEWIS Ajrent. Dr. J. L. Shirley went to White side Saturday. W. C. Hill, of the News, was in the city Friday. Mr. aud Mrs. Joe Kigby and Mrs. M. lligby went to Chattanooga Mon day. Hon. J. .1. Dykes went to Jasper Saturday on business connected with the roads. Dr. N. H. DuPre, of Chatt uiooga, w as in the city part of last week on professional business. The "merry-go-round" coined the money Saturday took in $2r0. Bedford County Times. Deputy Sheriff Will Cuntrell broke into a gambler' den Friday night and secured four of the gang. The many friends of Dr. McXabb will be glad to learn that he will continue Iur practice here. Mr. and Mrs. Saul, who conducted a successful revival here, have been holding revival services at Pikeville Miss Inla Ashburn and Hev. M. J. Butcher attended the funeral of J. W. Robertson at Jasper Thursday. Miss Maud Hunt, one of the teach- ers o P,TO- Institute at Jasper, is j n the city the guest of the Misses Grayson's. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Creek went to Jasper Friday night to attend the funeral of Mrs. Creek s father, Mr Wm. Thach. Mrs. Estelle Myers, who has been visiting her uncle, J. II. Northcut, for sometime, returned to her home Dunlap Monday evening. The barn belonging to Chas. Rig- by was burnea anout lour ociock ai.O 4 1 Monday morning. Loss about 600. This makes four barns burned in the last two months. Dr. R. E. Shelton was in the city saturday. He is working up a free mail delivery for the east side of the river to reach as far south as Oak Grove and as far north as Sunnyside. Jasper was represented by one of her prominent sons in the gang of gamblers that- Sheriff Cantrell gave some trouble Friday night by escort ing them from the school house to Esq. Ilavron's office. Rev. Butcher, pastor of the M. E. Church, South, has been secured by the G. A. Post of Sequachee to de liver the Memorial Sermon at Owen Church, Sunday, May 29th. Ileal the Commencement Sermon at the Pikeville 1 raining School Sunday, May 15th. That pleasure excursion party that went to the mountain last week con sisting of Misses Jonie Gilliam, Ida Northcut, Mattie Vincent, Maud Chastain, Mrs. D. T. Layne, Prof. L. R. Gilliam and J. It. Morgan got lost somewhere in the Pocket but prof Gilliam understood the ceotrra pny Ol tne cnuniry, anu wuu lue aiu of J. R. Morgan's field glass, was a ble to conduct the party safely back to the valley. SOME MORE ARRIVALS of good things in the line of Ties, Shirts, collars, tuns, i naerwear, ocas, etc. rtii.u au si jiiiica daiv are opened up every day. Tbey areour exclusive patterns; chaste and rich and and correct as to style and price. Here's a few as starters. Elk Collars, 10c or 3 for 25c Silver Collar, 15c; or 8 for 25c Neckwear, 2.c and 5)c STEWART (Formerly 8 W. 9th St. Mr. Ault, of Cleveland, was in the city Sunday. The Company did not py off the men until Friday. ' 4ii f i i :.. irs. v to jtiiey, oi iuinap, is in the city visiting her son, S. B. Alley, if: ... rv.t.i.. ..t ; : ' ' tne city visiting ner sister, airs, or. Ilatllston. M;- T.,r, VIU. f II ' ' is in the city visiting her brother, Dr. S. C. Ellis. Mrs. Susan Bull is daughter, Mrs. W. C, Chattanooga. visiting her Adams, in Rev. Geo. Delamere preached Sun day at 11 a. m. and 7 i. m. at the M. E. Church, south. There were communion services at the C. P. Church Sunday, Rev. M. A. Hunt conducting the services. Edward Hillbml, better known us "Peach," wns up from Whitwell one night Inst we-k Dunlup Tri bune. Prof. J. W 1). Reneger, president ! of the People's college at Pikeville and A. L. bracken of Let, passed j through here Saturday morning. I l.,u Ir i i.u uiwl chiMren. ol Whilwek were in the t'li, nii ...in iiwinti. ,i,iiaiiiD "U citv Sunday, cuest ..f the family of Dr S- T. Smith. Dunlap Trib line IN GRAND LODGE, K. OF P. At meeting of nnd lodge of K. of P. in Nashvillo this week we note that V. H. Stewart, Lodge 129, Dunlap, and J. T. Raulston. Lodge lis, Whitwell, have been appointed on law committee of the order. Hon. .Teptha Iiright'is a candidate for tbo ollice of grand outer guard which is in line of advancement to grand chan cellor. WHEN NEEDING GOOD PRINTING CALL ON US. America's Greatest Weekly. THE Toledo Blade. TOLEDO, OHIO. Thr Toi.r.no lii.AUK is now installed in its new building, witb a modern plant and equipment, and facilities equal to any publication between jNew YorK ana Chicago. It is the only weekly newspa per edited expressly for every state and territory. The news of the world so ar- ranged that busy people can more easi- ly comprehend, than by reading cm- bersotne columns of dailies. All current topics made plain in each isue by spec ial editorial matter, written from incep tion down to date. The only paper pub lished especially for people who do or who do not read daily papers and yet thirst for plain facts. That this kind of a newspaper is popular, is proven by the fact that the Weekly Blade now baa over 160,000 yearly subscribers, and is circulated in all parts of the U. S. In addition to the news the Blade publish es short aud serial stories, and many departmenta of matter suited to every member of the family. Only one dol lar a vear. Write for free specimen copy. Address The Blade, TOLEDO, OHIO. Spring and Summer Underwear For present use we have the medium weight at 50c and SI. 00 per suit. tor summer wear we have all the staple, new and desirable kind at 50c, fl.OUand 52. 00 per suit. White and Fancy Vests SI. 50, .2.00, 82.S0, 83.00 and :5.5(l. Men's Hosiery 25c and 50c; cheaper ones at 10c and 15o BROS. & CO. Stewart Flros.) Chattanooga. HAVRON'S CHAPEL. Special to Ike AVtt'J. Sunday school was held here Sunday. Lonnoy Higdon baa organized a sing ing school at this place, and did ex ceedingly well for the first attempt. It has been raining here very heavy for two days, but is warming up again. The parties who dissolved partnership at Haplist Hill tbo other Saturday bur- leJ tho batchet at Pleasant tiruve Sun- u"f 1 ,u UU1 "8U'a 80 """"..ted. Joo Koy was in this iieighbornooj on .... nuiuraay ana Sunaay, ana secured him a girl at Pleasant Grove su, relay and SB" 1H V"r-V pretty Mr. -Vinter and Oscar Lyn'Mi took din ner with Joun li,.ik Sunday A certain young limn und Woman c mio "P r,"'d 111 a ,,utr- on Saturday and went to the river. He pulled til- oat ov,.r lbH rivt-r and she pulled it back. He said It. was nice boat r.,ln,,r Umbrellas are the fashion here ineso days. The grave decorating was Ur-ly ul. j tende 1 Suurday . Ye writer thinks that t.lie pref.iesi 1 girl on the grounds Saturday was Miss1 Laura Thomas of Jasper. I Young men must be hard to catch i these days when two girls ask another girl to introduce thorn to a certain young man, or rise tbo young nu n are getting mighty pretty. Maybe the hit- I ter. Horace caino home Sunday covered all over with mud. Guess he m,i have been to Kimball. Miss Kate Parker looked channiri" Sunday as she went up tho road, n note mat Mr. boslev Prvor has taken to singing tenor since Sunday, e writer thinks that tho Uavion's Chapel girls will need some of Doolcy's liniment after that lesson in singing Sunday to rub their throats with. The bugs mnst be awful bad around Fairinount these days. Well, when they are doing a serpentine around your ribs and up your spine, Dooley, that's the time to catch them, that's the time. We don't hear much from Scudder. Things must bo very dull with bim. Ye writer thinks Dooley's Liniment is like that Grand Eliptical Mercurial and Peutecurial Nervous Cordial that will restore hair on a bald headed man. Your writer is leaving this place and this will be bis last writing to the Nows as duty calls him to Mississippi. He is going there to put up a wire fence to keep Dooley's old sow out of bis corn field. Guess I will put some of Dooleys liniment on the fence posts. That will keep her out. Guess it will kill at 100 yards, won't it Dooley? Women are curious creatures. Your writer says that if you want to And a woman out go to the house when she is not in. Well, Scudder, I will answer the question I asked you last week. If you went through Jasper riding on a donkey I you would represent a good pear (a good pair) you and the donkey. A joke is a joke. Scudder. . Jimmy from the Wire Fence, j . i OBITUARY. Thaiis, Tenn., May 11. Tuesday ev ening May 3rd, we laid to rest at what is known as the Kell graveyard Joseph lnomas b loyd, tho son of James Floyd and wife. He was one year 4 months . . ..... . " - .w.u wuu nan all the child they had. It suffered from measles which turned Into pneutnenial fever, from which it passed away, the diseaso baffling taejikill of the doctors. We should say God's will be done and not sorrow, yet we cannot say weep not for the child is gone to rest where Jes us is and where there is no pain or sick ness. This little one has passed us in the lane of life, but our loss is its gain for. it has gained a home forever at rest. But now to all its friends and :elatives who mourn its loss we give admonish ment that you with all kindness strive to meet it again in that belter land. Wbile we bid it farewell for a while but not forever it is hard for us to give the littlo ones up, but thoy are lights along the shore that never grow dim. May God console the parties in their bereavement, and take them all borne to rest is my prayer. ELBERT UARTMAN. VICTORIA. Seciul to the Xetvs. Bro. Layne filled bis appointment at Union Grove Saturday and Sunday. S. P. Angel filled bis appointment at Sardis Sunday. Miss Ava Lewis bas been visiting at Victoria last week. School will be out at Jasper the last of May. We expect to bear of a wedding soon near Sequachee. Mr. Dickson went to his brother' SlrC0' w 10 put Miss Ida Webb visited Mrs. Vinzaot Sunday. Misses Ida and Bertha Webb are go ing to school at Sequachee. We are listening for wedding bells to ring near Victoria on the 15th of May. CASTOR! A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatory of Head the New S(Jc a year. ATP0NTIY, ' Mra. Martha Lamb waa seen at the a'-ora the otbpr day. Wonder if ibe did uot buy soma new window certains. Landa Phvlpa aaya be don't know wbo he lores the best, Mlsa Edna or Misa Ada. Wonder what girl Pope Hughes took borne the other night. 1 saw a letter to Geo. Hixson the oth r day. Wonder who wrote It. Work is progressing nicely here. Mrs. Drucy Boyd had a quilling tha dav. i ' A lady went to thi store the otbor day and railed for black pepper and tb I eli-rk. llrown Itoyd, was studying about I writing no in ii oil that begot Imr writing ' paper instead. ! Mir,s Aiiiiih S und i for spent the day j with Aunt Druiy Gr.-er one day last I week. If Peter Haunch will coiuo to Atpont ' Iv h" ' an oe siitue of thosn sniicU hats 1 1 kn'be was speaking of the other day. ! I heard a girl say that she never saw Pat Craig In her life but what ho was chewing gum. Jio, lookout, Pat, that is a joke on you. Miss Emily Lee, of Let, Saturday witu Miss Laura liello Lavan. Miss Mollie Collier visited friouds in Pikeville last weok. take his girl homo. We have been having some good gos pel preaching. Wo have had two ad ditions to the church of Christ. J. M. Standifer, who has been in War ren county, returned homo yesterday. Lou and Cora. RED BANK. Special to the Niivs. Rain Is the order of the day. Rev. Paul, of Daisy filled his appoint ment here Sunday. ' Miss Cora Hudson, of Looney'i Creek, Miss Ethel Cowan, of Nashville, and Missus Farrle and Ida Hudson, of this place made a pleasant trip to the Na tional cemetery Sunday afternoon. The river is up and still rising. Quite a crowd attended the negro baptising at the Tennessee river bridge Sunday evening. Miss Ethel Cowan will begin teaching a physical culturo school here Monday, We wish her much succoss. Goo. Maberry and family spent Sun day at IS. U. Hudson's. Isaac Hudson is spending a few days' with bis son, li. U. Uudsou. Miss Gertrude Piatt, of Chattanooga, and Mlsa Blanche Johnson were out driving Sunday afternoon. Will Bradford made his regular trip to St. Elmo Suaday. Picking strawberries Is the order of , the day. Misses Furrie and Ida Hudson were calling on Miss Mary Jones Sunday af- teruoon. Miss Annie Belle Hale waa all smilns Sunday afternoon. Albert Jones aud Miss Farrie Hudson were out driving Sunday afternoon. Vergel Hudson still rides in bis new buggy. Miss Cora Hudson returned borne last Monday after spending a few days with friends aud relatives here. Pudden Stone. WHITWELL DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev W Billingsley, pastor; Meeting every 3rd Sunday at 11 am. and 7 pm. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7 pm. Sunday school every Sunday at :30 am., O. W. Chastain, Supt. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH-M. J. Butch er, pastor; preaching every Sundavat -. 11am., and 7:00 pm: Sunday school every Sunday at 9:30 pm., C. C. Shir ley, Supt. CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. R. Johnson, Pastor. Meetings Saturday before 4th Sunday at 7 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 am. M. E. CUURCH-S. P. Angel, pastor; preaching 1st Sunday at 11:00 a. m., and 4th Sunday at 6:80 p. m. Sunday school School every Sunday at 9-30 m. T. P. Duff, Supt. C. P. CHURCH M. A. Hunt, pastor. Preaching every 2nd and 4tu Sunday in each month. Sunday school every ouuuaji, i. a. ixeiner, oupt. LODGES. . UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AM erlca. No. 287, meets every Thursday night at 7 p. m. M. T. Tipton. Presi dent; J. J. Hooper, Vice President; J. H. Harris, V. Secretary; W. L. San ders, C. Secretary; Mart Creek. Jani tor. MONROE CONCLAVE, No. 32, Regents" of the White Shield: Meets every E')!1?,?,1 7:00 P- m- R Burgess, B,arwick v R E; A Frl.Mll wm,.K: RTRl.?8b' R Chaplain; Tbos. Williams R R; R Abraham, R T; R. Reeves. R Aril- Sam rni.. t t . . E Reeves, R Q; W M Morrison, L L. WHITWELL LODGE. No. 503. F. & A Masons meets 1st and 3rd Saturday at 7 p. m: T. M. Walker, W M; D T Layne, S. W; J." F.Kelly, J. W; 1V U. Barker, Treas; IJ. C. Gravson. Sef OLIVE BRANCH LODGE, NO. 53, 1. O I - v- meets every Friday night at i .:30 ociock: C C Cantrell, N. G; W E I Cfoss, VG; N N Kush, Sec; T P Duff ' lreas; L S Baumgartner, D G M ' j POWHATTAN TRIP.R K t., pendent Order of Red Men meets ev ry Tuesday night at 7 o'clock: Pat I McCoy, Sachem; Walter Copplnirer I S. S; Will Duke. P. R; J nPP er, J. S; Joh n Carl yon, C. of R; H. H. H. Turner. K. of W. LAUREL LODGE NO. 98, K of P meet every Monday iKht at 7:15. J. . Maugban, C. C; P. I It,,... V.C; S. H. All.,. M. V; E? A Ah. "'" K.R S;T. P. Duff M F? E. W. L. Barber. I. G; D. T. Layne, O. 1;