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l'UHMSHBD AT Sequachee, Marion County, Tenn. KVEICV TIICKrtDAY. HILL & SOX, Eihtoiw and Pubijhheks Subscription Price, 50o. a Year In Advance. jrjf- N'tws and ad vortlsitijj matter to se cure insertion must bo handed in before 12 oYnielt eauh Wednesday, or it may bo too Uf t'ir publication. Tiik Nkws will not be responsible (or f ff. rnrrASnnnilents. nor wjjiuiv"-" w. - i . for si"rn'd communications, and nothing Will ne ConsriMrt'il lur juuui'aifiuu wuiuu i .t ..f.r.,innn!n,1 hv the real name of 13 mi'."v"p j " the writer not for publication, but as an evidence of good faith. THURSDAY Jasuakv 4, 1900. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of County Court Clerk, 'subvct to the action of the Republican r r.. T par iy. E. E. Johnston. I herebv announco myself as a candi date for re-election to the office of Countv Court Clerk of Marion County, Tennessee, subject to the action of the Democratic party. J. M. I'ltlCK. I hereby announce myself as a candi-; dat for HeL'ister of Marion County, subject to the action of the Republican nartv when in convention. I feel that 1 am anal ified to till the office and, ife lecteil, will make an officer that you will not bo unnamed of. C. A. QuAiir.Ks. I hereby announce myself candidate for Trustee of Marion County, subject to the notion of the republican 'partv. FOSTER A. KELLY. PLEASANT GROVE. Special to the News. As I arose this morning and lookeil out through ;i hole 2li'x(l feet, the first thing 1 saw was that the earth was covered with snow, which made me think I had better lookout for more wood to keep out the cold winds of winter as the cold winds do not suit mv old clothes which are all patches. .Tames Privett and Walter Rogers called on Calvin E. Hancock Friday to get a tire set on a wagon wheel. Mell Webb was here Saturday to got some mule shoes' set which were not larger than a goat's foot." I doubt him using them on anything larger than a goat. Wm. Colston came with a mule to Lave iron nailed on his feet. Lucreeia Smith, whose home is at Calvin E. Hancock's, went to Kimbal Saturday to spend a few days with friends. H. H. Torbett and wife returned home Thursday from Bridgeport where they had gone on Christmas to the bedside of Mrs. D. D. Rogers. I wish to extend my sympathy to the bereav ed husband and children. Mother has gone, children, but the resurrection morning will find her. Be prepared to meet her over there. G. H. Quarles and family passed by here this morning in the snow and mud. I would like to know what took them out this cold day. JNo-.v, as 1 have given all the news that I can think of, I will turn my at tention to "Wild Bill" and I wish to say to the editors that I am not mad but in perfect good humor., and think she is also. , "Wild Bill" starts out by saying that Hardscrabble is not as smart as he thinks he is" and agree to that. Now, I do not wish to accuse "Wild Bill" of being a drunk ard, a murderer, or an idolater, or of witchcraft, but she will see by turning to Gal. ! and the last word in the 20th verse that she did wrong when she told that big turnip story. The next place she referred me to is Matt. 5: 11 and that suits my case o a "T" for she has jumped on me with both feet and has reviled me and said all manner of evil things against me falsely, so you see am the one to get the blessing. She has referred me to Matt. 7:1,3 verses and says I have no right to judge her. 1 have read it as she requested and find I have a right to pass judgement. Matt. 7: Hi, 20 will reveal to her that by their fruits I am to know them and I want to know whether it was a good tree or an evil one that brought out the turnip story. The Lord says that a good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, so she can judge which tree she belongs to. Ho further says "Every evil tree is to be cut down and cast into the fire." "Wild Bill" was brag ging a while back about being baptiz ed and I wish to call her attention to Matt. 5: 14, Hi and ask her how she is letting her light shine for this is one of the means to bring into the church people who are degraded and to show them that there is something better for them. "Wild Bill' complained at me for being a fuss raiser and I will say the Lord was the first to reprove sin and all the apostles after Him and the Lord called some people hypocrits and vipers because they ilnl not obey the bible, so you see I am not so bad after all. Wishing the editors a Happy New Year and that prosperity will attend their efforts I will ring off. Hardscrabble. F100 REWARD 100. 'Vh ri.dilf.ra uf thia r.annr will tin pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, renuires a con stitutional treatment. HaM'a Catarrh C ir. is t:iken internnllv fti'tin? riirertlr upon the blood an I mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the natient strength hv buildin? uo tho constitution and assisting nature to do its work. ine proprietors nave so much faith in its curative powers, that tbev offer One Hundred Dollars for anv case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonial. Aililra- F. J. CHENEY .t CO.. Toledo, O. old by Drujrijists, 75c. Hall's Kamtlv Tills are the host. OABTOIIIA. Bmts O 1M l.rd Yea Han Vm Mfaitue Hoods SarsaparlUa is unquestiona bly the greatest blooa ana liver medicine known. it positively and permanently cures every humor, from rnples to acroiuia. ii is the Best Blood Medicine. REPORTED RESUMED WORK OUTSIDE PARTY MAKES EF- FORTS AT MEDIATION AT TRACY IF SO, END MINING TROUBLE. OF Reports have been prevalent in this city sinco Tuesday that work has been resumed at Tracy City by the union miners, an adjustment of the trouble having been effected through the ef forts of Col. Shook as mediator. The question at issue with the miners was recognition of the union, while the point obiected to by the operators was abuses of terms made in contract by the miners. The company engaged in the lockout is the consolidated uoai company which took the ulace of the T. C. I. & R, R, Co. Added to this comes the report that Capt. G. H. Crozier has severed con nections with the latter company with which he has been connected for many years, to take a position with the Con solidated Co. The condition of mines under non union labor is such that, no doubt, it has a great deal to do with securing settlement. From an authoritative source the mines at Whitwell are said to be in an almost mined condition, and very probably the same conditions exist at Tracy. W00DLEE, TENN. Special to the News. Union people had a nice time Christ mas. So Jolly says the scabs are the ones who have got the money and the ones who have a good time. iou must not have much or your man would not have thrashed you out for putting his book in soak for things at the conipan y's store, And so you wear long hair and a dress? That's all right for the one you wore the Sunday you got that trimming for putting that book in soak fitted you real well, I think. Well Jolly, there is no use of us spatting at each other. I know you of old know how you were brought up. You have not got me fooled. And you are feel ing big because union men are not al lowed on T. C. I. property. Union men do not wish to go there among the company slaves. You said some time back that if the scabs said anything about the union the union men got mad. Well, just call us union. That is our name. We call the men that went back on their oath, scissorbill scabs, and the rest of the clan, scabs. Our name is union. If yours is nothing, why then we will just call it nothing. We asked you for some argument but you have failed to bring any. We have got you on the scab question be yond a doubt. Still we like to read your little nonsense, for we can see how green some people are. I notice that some of those who made 5-year con tracts have turned to cutting and haul ing stove wood with a jennet and cart, some to cutting wood, and some to working in the timber. I see, too, that when a scab has anything to sell he can't sell it among his own crowd, but has to go to the bankers that's the union people. The scabs are like tho old man when his wife got ;happy in meeting. He said, "Lord, Lord, if could only just feel like that." Same way with the scabs. The women say to the men and vice versa: "Lord Lord, if we could get soino of John Mitchell's grub so my hunger will stop. " Let s mil the uirterence between tin i"ii people and scabs. Last Saturday night there was a dance at J. P. Watt's while union people, were trying to hold a religious service only a hundred yards away. That shows your respect for religion. Yet if religion was got by scabbing you scabs would be the devil for it. But -I suppose the money must be raised for that 11-dollar con traption. Wish some one would tell me who that lU-year old man is who writes so much like a crank. He's a sharper. Wonder if he hasn't len to Congress to make wheel barrows. He said he had worked for 10c a day. (Jnesg the asylum was full in those days. My muscle is worth $3 per day to me. and if I can't get that much or more, I won't work. Union. OA8?OniA. Kfiatai f Iutwcll gqmttmcnt. GEO. W. LEWIS Acent. "I know not what I tell it at 'twas Mrs. Chas. Brown is said to be very low and is not expected to recover. J. J. Hooper, Fred Hooper, and ill Mosier left Friday for Altoona, Ala. n search of work. J. A. Bailey, G. W. Bailey and J. S. Hooper left Monday for Altoona where thev will work in the mines. Charles Mitchell of Arkansas, is in the city visiting his sister, Mrs. John King. He was bom and raised near Inman and left this county titty years ago. It is said that Ma.i. O. H. Crozier has severed his relations with the T. C. I. & R. R. Co. and accepted a place with the Tennessee Consolidated Com pany at Tracy. The departure of the year 190:5 and the ushering in of the year lSKifi, was announced by the ringing of the church bells and the shooting of guns last Sun day night at midnight. Stewart Bros. & Co J CLOTHIKRS v niTTcno o. niDMieuenc X III a I w v v k w 821 Market St., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. . LAH0USAGE, ALA. Special to the News. The last 'time I wrote I said I did not know whether old Santa could ever find this place or not. I never saw him here but I saw him at Bankhead. He had to be at a Christmas tree at two other places Saturday and Monday night and he did not get to Bankhead until Tuesday night. We were all glad to see him but the little children were afraid of him. Ye writer did not like him much either. I never did see him but once before. This time I saw him he looked just like his picture. He said his son ran off and left him an-i his wife died and he was getting old and feeble. After he had given out all the presents he told us good night and went back behind the curtains and we have not seen him since. Christmas passed off very quietly here. There was very little racket ex cept fire crackers. ' Bill Kilgore has been here a week to day and he has moved three times, yes terday, today and tomorrow. Can any of you writers tell me how to cook an old hen. I put one on Christmas and it is not done get. Bell Bostain is awful easy to pur- suade to do anything but the other day she found an egg close to a hen's nest and she said it was not in the nest and she was going to eat it. I don't know whether she did or not. As she is so easily pursuaded some one may have kept her from it. She got a fine pres ent Christmas. It was , a little doll about five inches long. Bud Killian called at T. J. Bostain's Friday evening. Well, as Jane has got some oranges here to eat, I will have to quit. May Bee. DELPHI. Special to the A7ews! Cold weather is the order of the day. Bennett Tate anil wife visited Mr. and Mrs. W.-H. Tate Sunday. Bill Tate and daughter visited in Chattanooga last week. John Tate is going to start to Chat anooga Monday to visit home folks. Pete and Clarance Tate went 'possom hunting Saturday night. Ask them what they caught. Has anylKdy ever got Foster Bryant to sing "Salvation, in my Heart?" Bad colds are visiting in our town at present. Bennett Tate sure had company Sat urday night. If you want to see Johnson Bryant smile ask him how ho enjoyed Miss Mary Tate's company Saturday night. Bill Tate killed hogs Tuesday. John Tate went toHill City Monday and there was a girl looking long faced and red eyed. John, you will have to come back again. Mrs. Ida Barker is on the sick list. Earley Kelly is on the sick list this week. Wonder what is the matter with Aunt Patsy. I have'nt seen; a letter from her in three weeks. Come again, Aunt Patsy. W. H. Tato went to Delphi Monday. Taylor Mayberrv looks sail .since John Tate has gone home. News is scarce and I will ring off. wishing the News and all of its readers success. White Lily. HOLLISTER'S f?rrtv ?"r.rr'?'n Ton A Bu-y lleiiiaina for Bmy Poop!. Bria GoU'.-a Health and E6ce-,vJ Viror. A m.rifl(. f r Constipation, Tn'iiotinn. T.iv nri.1 Ki iiu'r Troubles. l'iml-s. Ko -I'm ' . Iniimr Mil Ir(v.. rUuirsji!-;! BowrU. !!-i.la.-h- ""i lUrkj.-hrf. Vh V.'K'ky Mountnm ! in Ul-I'-t form, 8 rnts a bor. f ;..'! inu mala bjr HoLLisrrH Dm-3 Company, Madison, WU. MLDEN HUGGZTS F03 SALLC'iV PEOPLE CASTOR I A For Infants and Mldrem Tha Kind You Have A!wa: Bought SigMtar of the truth may be, told to me. Lee Lemons and Thos. Henson left Monday for Altoona, Ala. James O'Neal, of Arkansas, was in the city last week visiting his sister in law, Mrs. John King. Our county fathers left Monday morning on the train for Jasper to at tend the meeting of the county court. William Jennings, a two yoar old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Mcllono died Friday morning, after being sick some five weeks. He was buried at Red Hill cemetery Saturday. Married last Saturday at the resi dence of Thomas Barwick, Rev. R. J. .Moore officiating, Mr. Edward Rig by and Miss Bello Dawson. The hap py pair left Monday morning for Ala bama, where they will make their fu ture home. Parties at Whitwell. WHITWELL, Tenn., Dec. 20. A party was given at the home of Miss Maggie Henson last night. Those pres ent were: Misses Myrtle Price, Mamie Coppinger, Maggie Henson, Nellie Hooper, Ida Hooper. Messrs. Jim Can- trell, Efrim Price, Rollie Coppinger, Wash Girdley, Hugh Rankin, Grover Thomas, Marshall Janoway, Lafayette Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coppinger. All report a nice time. On Christmas eve a singing was giv en. by Miss Bessie Hooper. Those pres ent were Misses Mary Hudson, Lula Hudson, Beulah Hudson, Mary Jor dan, Maggie Bowden, Minnie Hamil ton, Violet Bowden, Mamie Coppinger, Bessie Hooper, Nellie Hooper. Messrs. Hervie Barnes, Marshall, Janeway, Ike Rush, Wash Girdley, Lester Ket ner, Lafayette Hudson. On Christmas night a tacky party was given at the home of Miss Mamie Coppinger. Those present were Miss es Bessie Hooper, Nellie Hooper, Ida Hooper, May Hudson, Maggie Henson, Maggie Bowden, Violet Bowden, Ma mie Coppinger, Julia Ritchie. Messrs. Fred Hooper, Billie Burnett, Lafayette Hudson, Grover Thomas, Hugh Ran kin, Ike Rush, Lee Ramsey, Her vie Barnes, Marshall Janeway, Charlie Mackey, Rollie Coppinger. R00PE, TENN. Special to the Nexus. ' it you will allow me space in your paper I will write a few words in re gard to "Jolly's" letter in issue of week before last. I was reared in Whitwell and it was my home until those scabs came there and took my husband's work, and then we came over here where we are now. I want "Jolly" to understand .if he or she does wear a dress and long hair that they are "no bear" but are scabs, and if Jolly, he or she, whichever it may be, stays there and scabs much longer they may not have a dress nor much hair on their head to wear. I want "Jolly" to understand as far as the union not having anything to eat, that is not the truth for I ate John Mitchell's grub a while before I came over here and I know we had plenty to eat, and my husband did not have to scab for it like ' 'Jolly' ' is doing. The reason Jolly did not go to work tho first morning they started is that he was afraid, and I guess he stored a lot of John Mitchell's grub away before he went to scabbing, for he knew the conditions of scabbing and was afraid he would starve before he could buy a peck of meal. All you hate now is that you can't get to carry up in "two little flour sack's tied in the middle." Now, what have you got to say to that Jolly? I guess you say I wish I could go down to the company's store and even get enough to carry up in a paper sack. As far as anyone stooping low enough to scab, anybody that will do the like is fit for nothing. That is what I have got to say about it. Well, Xmas is over and you were go ing to see who had a good time. The union people, of course, for they al ways have plenty to eat all the time. If a scab had eaten dinner with a un ion man before Xmas he would have thought it Xmas, for ho hadn't had anything like it since ho went to scab bing. Now, Jolly, you couldn't buy five cents worth of candy Xmas, let alone whiskey, for it costs something, and nouoiiy imi rue union peopie couui nuy it, for I know von scabs couldn't. It you got any whiskey your bank boss gave you a little drink and I don't guess he had worlds of it. You see jthe union people have a good time for thev don't have to work and can havo plenty to eat and wear. As far as having a 'phone to order your grub to your house. I guess so. Go down to the office and the lxok keejer says, "1 can t give you anything on your book, nothing in the office for you. j Then you go away with a long face and tay, "If I was union I con Id have plenty. Now, "Jolly,"! will let you rest for I know you are weak. Come on "Lit tle union liirl, of Whitwell. lam well acquainted with you and I enjoy reading your letters. Wishing success to tha News and its union readers, I will ring off. Sister Pheba. Subscribe now 50c. WHITWELL Special to the News. Christmas passed off quietly here with the exception of a few drunken rows. There was a general outbreak on Negro Hill Monday of last week, by the T. C. I. Co.'s law abiding associa tion, in which one non-union negro shot another negro's arm all to pieces, and umputation was necessary. All occurred over trap shooting. On the same day there arose a high wind and played Yankee Doodle and only one man got shot and another was shot at 2 miles east of Whitwell. A non union man by the name of Alec Vunliooser got drunk, secured a shot gnu and fir ed at D. II. Brown. One shot hit Brown in the arm. Ho then turned tho gun on W. C. Shirley, ex-postmaster of Shirleyton, and chased him two hundred yards and fired two shots at him, but fortunately neither of the shots took effect. There were two state's warrants issued against Vanhooser for assault with r. gun and he was arrested by Deputy West and put under $."00 bond for his appearance before H. L. Havron, J. P. Just what the out come will be we will only wait and- see. All parties engaged are non un ion. Not a union man got into a sin gle scrape here during the holidays. This is a pretty good record for the U. M. W. of A. to win on. "Jolly" you said you and your non union friends had tho money and had tho whiskey too and were going to havo a good time Christinas. I will now file, your record and your good non-un ion times for law and order with shoot ing craps, snooting negroes on Aegro Hill, where those former killings oc curred, and shooting Brown and shoot ing at Shirley. Another non-union man is reported to-day to be shot on Negro Hill. Pray tell me why don't you toot your horns for the State troops V Have you notified Gov. Cox yet? No, I say from tho fact that all this shooting took place in the day time or you would havo cried and shouted aloud, "Send us the State troops. Law and order must be main tained at once. " Why don't you ack nowledge the truth and say, "Citizen you are right when you said tho dark side was on the non-union side." Ev idence is the thing hoped for. Can you point out such dark crimes on the nn ion side? I say you are absolutely unable to show up your side and as you have wilfully refused to write the dark side of this case I will write it up for you as we don't want anything with held from the public. Hopo, "Mrs. Jolly" , when you read this your side won't use the' word, "Bushwhacker any more until you complete your tes timony and hand it in for publication so I can cross examine your witnes ses. There was quite a lot of stealing done on the train Saturday night of last week. Several of the boys were relieved of the cash and several bund les and some whiskey was taken. Silas Mallard and W. C. Shirley fell out the other day over Mallard's estate in which Mallard is alleged to have grabbed a shot gun and made things lively. " If this is true Mallard has made a good record for "law and or der." The truth will stand when the world is on fire. Some of the same parties are report ed as carrying shot guns for the other party and further trouble is feared. The U. M. W. of A. met at the hall Saturday. There was a large crowd in attendance. There were speeches delivered by the following named gen tlemen, J. W. Bowden, W. II. White, N. B. Moore, D. T. Layno, Thomas Ashburn and others. All on the issue of the day and for law and order. Now, I want to 'say in conclusion, that myself and Esq. R. J. Moore, John Ashburn, Mrs. Dock Ashburn, and Miss Hazel Ashburn had the pleasure of eating a fine dinner Tues day with Dr. N. B. Moore and feast ed on the luxuries of life, with a 27- lb turkey on the, board, and after din ner we discussed the general topics of the day. Citizen. A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted, in thousands of homes as Death claims, in each one, another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia. But when Coughs and Colds aie prop erly treated, the tragedy is averted. F. G. Huntley, of Oaklandon, Ind., writes: My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up. Final ly she took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which cured her and today she is well and strong. " It kills the genus of all diseases. One dose relieves. Guaran teed at .10c and 1.00 by all druggists. Trial bottle free. Sickening, Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters. This is a pure tonic niedicino of Vsperial benefit in malaria, for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease, driv ing it entirely out of the system. It is much to be preferred to quinine, having none of tftis ding's bad nftT effects. E. S. Munday, of Henrietta, Tex., writes: "My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice until ho took Electric Bitters, which saved his life. At all druggists; price 5lc, guaranteed. WANTED. By J. A. Vaiker, Whitwell, Tenn., One Thousand Bushels, soun I, dry white milling corn. Highest market price paid. 9 ers Losing your hair? Comiitf out K,r the. rnmMU f Aim ift dointr nothini!? No sense that! Why don't you use Aver's Hair Vigor and flair Vi promptly stop the failing? Your hair wilt begin to grow, too, and all dandruff w ill dis appear. Could you reason ably expect anything better? tl ll.nr Vluor lo,,,.-.l 11 in.'"' ' "!' 1 f ' all ii(ilit." W. C. J.OUSDON, I.lmlMi) . I .il. .I.C. AVI. I! CO.. All .Irm-irKM. for At COALMONT. Special to the News. Our littlo town is almost filled up with men from Tracy City, who have had to leave their families and homes to get work rather than give up their obligations to their fellowmen and work in their own town. I sometimes wonder how men who , have been raised in a mining town and know nothing about any othor f kind of work and know the condition Tracy City was in a few years ago, can take the stand that some men are taking. In less than five years, if they should be so unfortunate as to cause their fellowmen to give up tho cause for which they have so long and faith fully struggled they will bo getting less wages than one dollar for ten cars of coal and, perhaps, working under a great deal harder taskmaster than they did when they worked for th)se wages a few years ago. If any organ ization has helped you financially or spiritually why not remain on in it Fathers, for the sake of your own children, for whom you would willing ly sacrifice your own life to do the right thing, let your conscience guide you and you will not go wrong. Fathers, husbands, brothers, if the position you now hold is detrimental to your own soul, give it up. If you must go to the wine cup to drown you own conscience for the sake of a little gain, or a smile from you super iors, give it up. Haven't you in days gone by taken the vows of some church, or a pledge to stand by jour fellowman? Are you standing today as firm for the right as the day you took those vows? If every man in Tracy City would try as hard to build up the town and cause all troubles to be settled peace fully as some are trying to cause div isions, how much happier their own lives would be and the lives ofthers, and if every man would work as hard for his neighbor's welfare as some are working for the welfare of people who have no interest in Tracy, rejoicings would be heard on every hand. . Let us all so act and live that when we kneel before God at night we can truthfully say that what we have done through the day was for the upbuild ing of our town, for the betterment of our fellowmen and the uplifting of the cause of Christ. Dew Drop. flUtstnan A Monthly Journal Devoted to tht Interest of Mufic Edited by THOMAS TAPPER g THE MUSICIAN embodiet the -U best idru, gained by experience, of the leaden in the musical world. 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