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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 28 July 1870

Geo. A. Prince & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Chicago, III. Ik Oklnt, Laret and .Hul I'trfctt .MiuahcHiI t ORGANS and MELODEONS In tUo Unitotl States. 45,000 Instruments Now lu Use. We refer with Justifiable Pride to the fol lowing late Tvetkiuuniub: ysus, Wis., ptil 6tli, 1409. Meters. Oko. . Tuisi k & Co.: jik.s li Is-.'i'i I purchased one of your 5 oc tave Melodeous,aud alter m-ing it a short tiiuo-in tlie Unite.! St ittJ, took it with iuoBourrttnrnto Bangkok, Sinni. The iiij-truuteiil Was iirft dur ing the toya.e out and kept in almost !uly get vice in tiaiu about fourteen year. We used it in publm ami social worship in Mil the native ami English, tervices, ciiiiii4 schools ami social pitheriug'j. it had becu of pc service in teaching ruu.-ic to the natives and enabling them to sine; eorreetly. He have taken it on excur sions and travels i tlir country, ami it hasscrr ! I' cheer onv weary spirits ami beguile many a tedious hour. The instrument in tt ill good, and on our n turn ag...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

nn im i Min JUJJL SWEETWATER, TENN., THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1870. NO. 3S SWEETWATER 1 YOL. III. THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY C. B. "WOODWARD, A.t two Dolnrs a Ycor, Tttynll In Advance. BATES OP ADVERTISING. One inch, or lets, one Insertion, 91.00 For en ch mbnequent insertion 50 1 inch per annum 10.00 2 inches per annum 16.00 Looal Notices, 10 cents per line each in sertion. Non-resident Notices in advnncc 4.00 Attachment " " 4.00 FRA N K BOG ART, M.D. ''..SWEETWATER, TENN., r. "VITILL devpto his ontiro'tittention to ' tlie practice of medicine in its various departments. nov30 '67 9 tf. nTlmayes I) K N T I S T , SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE. BQy Patronage Solicited . Philadelphia, Teun. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, Hoots and Shoes, lints, and Rcady-mado Clothing. Keeps constantly on liand, ono of tlio largest stocks found in the country, all of which they sell cheapor than the cheapest. They pay the HIGHEST Cash price for all kinds of Pro duce. Call and cxaiuin...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

THE ENTEKP1USE. -IVKKIWAUR, TiiriiSDAV, Al'O. 4, 1ST". 1 ( ) U l Erf (ISi; VllKM i; CO HIT. I S )tct lotht Pflfion of a yominatii'j Cvinin flMt, if one UicillfJ. Hjn T. A. W. NKI.SOX, Hon. JAS. W. PKAl'KHIl'K, of East Tennessee. Hon. A. . NICHOLSON, Col. PETE 'IT KN EV, of Mi'ldlo Tennis'1!'. Hon. lllO.v .1. FREEMAN, Hon. .1. h. T. rfXEEU, ot' Wir-t Tennessee. The re ii' I hist one olloer ami t'i.'ii in tin) sdiiniiUb at Vulkin. Jvisshns iveie wounded. rili' 1'ivc Two companies el' Inderal trocp.s wcie ) sent to Louisville, Kentucky, to protect t!m uero voteis List Monday. Tut l.ui'leii Atbii inn Miiauiices the d'-ath of Anna Cora Mmvatt, the ili.tin yn'mhed Anni ic.ui actress and uthiie .-;, and cul(igis her talents and career. Thf. 6uei'''S of (lie I'rusM.iiis in the af fair of (he outposts on Thuisday last, is lolmittrd by the enemy. The French re" . .1. j ii. inel altera lew rounns oi cannon .inn uuiskelry . Tnr. Prussian h tvc f'on bundled thous uu 1 troops uii the Saar liver, ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

Itlf t TJIh KM KIUTcI.SK. IWRKTWaVkk' T11UHSDA,AU. 4Th7I. AN W OUTS O JLJ3ILJISXS. For Supromo Judgo. Wu aro authoriiud to announce Die name of Col. I'. Turner, ( n candidate fur Supreme Jiplge, the election - to 1 ltollun oil tho first Thursday in August 1 670. 1 We are aiithoriird and requested to announce T. A. II. Nelson as candidate from the K.astcru IdvUinn, fur J H'lo of tlie Supremo Court of tho State of Tennessee, at the election First Thurs day in August. Wo are nuthoriicd to annonnco J T.. T. Sliced, lis a candidate from tlio Western Division, for Judiro of the Supreme Court of tho Stnte of Ten ncssce, at tho election First Thursday in Au gust. Wo aro authoriicd aud requested to announce the name of Col. J. M. Thoruburgh aa n candi date for tlio ntlico of Attorney Ciencrul of the third Judicial Circuit, at thu August election, We aro authorized to announce the namo of Col. John Williams a:s a candidate for Conines.-!, subject to tho action of the Dciiiocrutio party of tlu...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

f r i Geo. A. Prince & Co., BurrAto, N. Y. Chicauo, III Tk 0)d. Mi LarM mui Mnl Perfect Mauafartury mt . .0H6A1.S and MELODEONS In the United tttute. 45,000 Instruments Now lu I'ac. W refer with Justifiable i'r'hle to tW fol lowing lute Testimonials : rxo.v, Wis., pril 5th, 163. Messrs. Geo. . Princk & Co.: 8ws In 1852 1 purchased one of your 5 oc tave Melodeonn, andafter using it a short time in the United States, took it with usononr rctm a to Bangkok, Siain. The instrument wiw med (lur ing the voytge nut amt kept in aliuwt tliiily wi vice in Siiim about fourteen years. Wo ii.-ed it iu public aud liucial worship in both the n.iiive na English services, sinking st'liool and social gatherings. U W been of great n-rvife in teaching iniii-ic to the nulives and enabling them to sing correctly. We have taken it on excur sions and travels in the country, Mil it Ims tciv ed to cheer ouv weary spirits and beguile many tedious hour. The instrument is still food, nd on our return u.t...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

supplementary .m? I T.TWVmt, THIjftSAV Alt). 1, !;-',t. J4.1l (or from an Auat lo hor opSsow. I'm 11 NV.riu'.w : I have not written to y'i .iiiMi.t my last l'i:'nrn now, lioeau.'-c, a a e li.'itl iii'iv'l I'.Mtii our former !aeo of luiii, I di ! ii 1 t know where a letter would liml y 'ii,!iut 1 lenv with ilea;;ure, take my I'i'ii tnil'iii'iti vmi f (he melancholy news ef th" ileal lj our only living uncle Kil-jiatrii-k, wlio ilit- very Mi'lJenly last w-ok, after a lineorimj illness of live months. The oor man was in violent, cuuviil.sions the whole lime of his siukness, layin;r or feeily quiet and sicoehle, all the while talking incoherently, nnil calling tor wa ter. I h;ul no opportunity uf informing yon of his death amuior except had wrote yon ly last, pott, which went oil' two days before he died, ami yn wo'tM hae hail to pay the postage. 1 a'n at a lotfto tell what his death was occasioned by; but 1 fear it was by 1 1 i la.st sickness; for ho wan never well ten days together du...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

Tilt ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, AUO. 4 1870. Governor IToloen has appointed sev en Major Generals and twenty-oight Brig adior Generals of the North Carolina mi-litia. The census takers, with great unanimity, testify that thus far twenty-six is the maximum ago attainodby any unmarried ladies. Bangor, Mb., has a female violinist who is only thirteen years of ago, and who displays wondorful talent and bids fair to rival Camilla Urso. Chesterfield, III., can show a girl who, on a two days' trial, hoed more po tato hills than cither of her two brothers, both of whom are older than horself. A Missouri an who tried to live in Min nesota has returned disgusted. lie says they have nine months of winter, and the rest of the year it's d d late in the fall. A debating CLUB in Worcester, Mas sachusetts, rccontly debatod tho import ant question, "whether a rooster's knowl of daybreak is the result of observation or instinct." 'To obtain a good night's Bleep sponge the entire length of the ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

TIIK KXTK UPRISE. SvVKKTWATEli, THURSDAY, Alfl. 1, INTO. Growing Woathor. Tlie rains on Thursday and Friday of last week wero exactly right tn make tilings grow. Tlio street grew nuiddicr every niinu'c, and tlio women madder ev ery meal timo. An Askist. Tlio contractor for building those quo tation marks, by some mistake, furnished a pair of interrogation marks, lbibbins tried them on, and by tlio way ho lias been asking questions eversincoha will soon bo one of tlio best informed men in the count v. FRANKKIH HOXJ323 Main St., Op. Court House, KXOXVIU.H TKNN. Terms per Day, $150- Glad Ilo'a Pleasod. A man is thin town said last week that ho liked to read the Knteuprise, because it wa3 the best "fool paper" he could find. Wo take Bome pains every week to make the paper interesting to tlio class of read ers to which this man belongs. A Murderor Shot and Captured. Henry Davis, the uegro who killed Po liceman John Merryman, at Chattanooga, tliree or four months ago, was shot and cap tur...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 4 August 1870

Sheriffs Salo. BY VII! ITF, of an Ki'Outim from Hi" Chan ,.,.( v (Vint nf McMinn miilv.lo IhcShi'ii'V id" Heiirne county dirci-tcd, I will, on Mnnly, lb Itli day l September, I'llVr for sali- In the hiuhcat bidder, fur cash in hand, .'it I lie fenrll...u. f door in M lia.n! v i 1 'c, nil tin- n.-'.ht, tillr. claim and inter.-.! tli:it W. W. Oruhl. ha; in and in Five Hundred Acre:, of Land, umi-o i'i Mtnalcd ill tin' li'l civil district nf Moiiino Miimlv, TeiinrM.ee. and bounded as follow); : On the.-ist l.y Homy MciWkev, .1. .1. (it nl'l and t ia. i'.r M.ii-i'ini Mnilil,, doe'd.; mi llif mulli l.y I!. W. Hudson. ,1. .). til'ilhh, and tin- brim nf Vi.ii i'.ii (iruMi, t. ''.; ml on tli" smith by K.W. Hudson mi l tin' li' ir- nf Philip Keller, dcr'd. .oi.d n a.- tin' property nl W. W. Orubh to Fiilii-ly judgment I" lavr f J. C. t'arln k, Kx i, iit.ii-, vs. Woodbury W. 'Irubb, Andrew .1. friwt'nr-l Mid WmIii ntt'ii 1!. Cirubh. juttl-Hpl:. W. V. HPDSON, li. S. Sheriff's Sale. IV nl'.LIUF...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 11 August 1870

nn SWEETWATER ENTERPftIS JLJLJUJ 0 SWEETWATER, T EM., THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1870. NO. 39 YOL. III. TIIE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY, " -BY C. B. WOODWABD, . A.t two Dolors , a Year, I?iyll la A-tlvftnoo. kirn or abvhtidiro. One inch, or legs, one insertion, 1.00 For e eh iabeequenl insert ion 50 1 inch per annum 10.00 inches per annum 16.00 Local Notices, 10 cents per line each in sertion. Xnu-rcsiilent Notices in advance 4.00 Attachment " ' 4.00 FRAN K BOG AR T," M. D.' SWEETWATER, TENN., XWTILL devote his cntiro ntlontion to tho practice of medicine in its various department!). nov30 'C7 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, BWEETWATER, .TENNESSEE. H&yPiitronngo Solicitcd.jJ B AUi Q W Philatlelpliiti, Tcuu. DEALERS IN , DRY GOODS, II VKDWAKE, QUEENSWARE, Hoots ami Shoes, Hats, nml Rcaly-miule nothing. Kacns conittnntly on hand, ono of tho larpoit a4ockn found in the country, nil of which tticy hcII cheaper tlian the chenpest. They pny the HIGHEST dish price for all kinds of Pro ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 11 August 1870

T J 1 1'. KN TEK Pit I S E. SWEETWATER, TlllRSDAYi Alii. 11 IsTO. Tiir President it is said, contemplates iMiinjj a jroclani:itioi of neutrality. If ho vrcrc!.rcuirctl to write- it himself, his -.nitcniilu tivo mood would probably ISst li i 111 to the end of his term. Tim Smith family of Memphis have Lecu getting into trouble with cadi other. One day last week Judgo John Y. Smith bit oil one of General YV. J. Smith's ears, lioth biter und bitco were arrested, and lined $5 each. The French say that tho Prussian nee dle guu recoils badly, and thnt tho ninrks inoii are hooii compelled to fire from tho " shoulder. Tho French also say that the Prussian cavalry carry old . horse-pistols, whilo the French have carbines of long r.nige and admitting of aim. The ew 1 oik Democrat says: "A subscription is being raised to pry Grant's household expenses at Long liranuh, by certain parties who want ollieo. o arc assured that expense has been provided for by parties who have already bceu ap pointe...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 11 August 1870

A 4 Local and otHer, Matters. . H Tf'.--tr-H-. -? Accidont to Gonoral Vaughn. (eii6ra,.',Aolin C. Yuuglm met with 'ton accident uf a jcallicrsnriousiiAtiii-ooii Mon day morning last AVhilVilcaecnding tlio stairway from the scconJ story of liia storo Ma fir' hi J feet 'tripped, and lio fell violent y to the bottom. Hia head and one of lit firm-a unrn n 11 iii ! -rn,1 l. r nas since ucen 'summniT mm,, n.itn. . ThoTaaa'Callbway:''' 1 Wc-if'd'ldcIlncSi l6Aoarn,througliia pri vate source, tlu jtjoioupl jUoway's con dition lias been uiuuli" improved -within tiio pas faw:dy.;,JI.is;fi!i,outj3 at .W;hit Cliff entertain strong hopes that ho will soon bo about again. Can't SoO' It!' M ' ' - - .Wa lwvq recoiyedjin pj envelope mark' cd "ulfioial business," au advertisement from the Unitttil Sthi'ua Intcri'aJ Kuvciitie Assessor's Office at Kuoxville, atatitig t he times and places ut which the 'Assishiiil Asjisessor wishes to, moct certain citizens of lUouroe V bn'niess connected with, his ohe-j...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 11 August 1870

'TP- ilco. XL Prince ll Co., Uirrito, N.T. Chkavo, In. Srhfc,laHa1lferttctMnwaftMiTtf' QRSJiaS and UELOSEOSS la tlio UUcl Htnte. 45,000 iMtraments Now In Um. H'e refer ultt Jaatiffalle Pride to the ful lowing lute Testimonials ; Arros, W w., pril 0th, 1869. Ifrasrv. flao. APaimc. t'o.f tila ISM I pvrchased en of year ee .vloledeomi, and after Ming it Bikort time in O ft I wrted Male, lank k with as on onr return to fcangkok, Ska. The instrnment in awed dor i4 the veyege eal and kept la almost daily arr t ire rn ttkua abt rewrlcea years. W until it in pnbKa and aottal worship in bath Oia native fcngliab ewikee, siagiag school and aoeial gathering. H ha been of great service In fc Mag aimio to the native aat enabling them f thr forreclty. Wt hv taken h en exewr ami irst Ha la Iht country, a ad li fcaa aarv ed in ekaar aar wenry spirits awl begwil waav a tiene hewr. The inntrnavent in (till good, l on oar wtwra again, will yet serve us or Mlicra for aaany year. It give are mnch pleas u...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 25 August 1870

7 r 0L. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., THURSDAY, AUGUST -20, 1870, mil SWEETWA R vn?n dc THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY. THURSDAY, . BY C. B. "WOODWARD, At two Io1ui-m ti Year, Pnyabl In Advance. RATKS or ADVKRTISIKQ. One inch, or lcse, one insertion 91.00 For ea cli subsequent insertion 60 1 inch per annum 10.00 2 inches per annum 16.00 tf3f Local Notices, 10 cents per line each in- Rertion. Non-resident Notices in advance 4.00 Attachment " " " 400 ERA N K BOG ART, M.D. SWEETWATER, TENN., WILL devote his entire attention to the practice of nieilioino in lepartmcnts. nov30 'l7 its various 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, SWEETWATER, ijgjf) TENNESSEE. JyTatrounge Solicited .sDl I?hiludelpliin, Tenn. DEAI.EU8 IN DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, Doots and Shoes, frits, and Ready-made Clothing. Keeps constantly on hand, one of the largest stocks found in the country, all of which they sell cheaper than the cheapest. They pay the HIGHEST Cash price for all kinds of Pro duce. Call and examine our sto...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 25 August 1870

Till. ENTERPRISE. U F.KTYt'ATErt, THURSDAY, AVG. 25, 1870. FOU "governor, JEIV. J. C. 1J IIO WIN, OF CILfcS COUiNTY. Utm. JOU.N C. VAl G1I5, Avoclatc Editor. General Brown at Sweetwater. Our citiieusLad the unexpected pleas lire on Saturday of greeting GcDerulJubo ('. lirown, our ram'idato for Governor. I! arrived at 11:15 a. m., and remained until tbe departure of tho 3:29 passcngor train. After dining at tbe residence of Thuinai 0. Boyd, e.q., at tlic solicitation it a number of geutleuiou he consented to "luvo a little tnlk with the people." Tlio (!i)Hrr "talk" amounted to one of tbe moot dignified, earnest and able speeches we ever had tbe plcasuro of hearing, and regret very much that circumstances prevent ub from laying it before tbe read ers of tbe Knterprisk. General Brown Mid that as tbcro were two other candidates for tbe position to v Licit bo a f pi red, neither of whom were pntscnt, lie would not do theui tho injus tice to advocate bis own claims nt that time, but be fe...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 25 August 1870

THE ENTISUPRISE. W i: HI' WATER, TI1CRSU A V , AUG. 25, 1H70 . Aiiuounccnicutiii. We nre authorized to nnunimce Colonel A. f I'MKARI), oJ.Mc.Minn County, r.s u cudidute tor Congi ess, subject to the decision of a District Convention. Wc are ntithorueil to nnnounce Colonel JOHN Wll.LIA.Mrf as u candidate for Congress, subject to tlio action of the Democratic party of this IiUtrict. - Local and other Matters. Noticed Auy oiio having a largo Washington Printing l'ross to dispose of, will receive proposals in regard thoreto by addressing tlio editor of this paper. Congressional Convention. After consultation with Col. Blizzard and Col. I). M. Nelson, candidates for Congress, a8 a mcmbor of the State Exe cutive Conservative Democrat Committee of Teunesseo, it becomes my duty to call a convention to nominato a candidate for Congress in this, tho 2d district. There fore, I recommend that the people of the sovefal counties of the district, on the 1st Mondy of September next, appoint good an...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 25 August 1870

V ico. A. Prince & Co., IWfalo, N. Y. Cuicauo, III. 1 he Oktnt, Lare mtti Mm Perfect MuiIMht t ORGANS and MELODEONS lu the Unitca Htutea. 15,000 Instruments Now In Use. We rofer with Justifiable 1'rido to the fol lowing late Testimonials: Aftox, Wis., pril 5tk, 1869. Messrs. Gko. A. Princk & Co.: Sik.-i la 1852 I purchased on of your 5 oc tave Melodious, and after using it a short time in tho L'uiteil States, took it with ua on onr return to riangkok, Siura. The instrument was used dur i iig voyage out and kept iu almost daily aer tioe iu Siam about fourteen years. We used it in public and social worship iu both the native und English services. Kinging schools and social .itheriu!s. It haa been of great service in teaching music to the natives a ad enabling thero to sing correctly. We lime taken it on excur i ins un.l travels in the country, and it has serv ed to cheer our weary spirits and beguile many a tedious hour. The instrument is still pood, and on our return again, w...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 1 September 1870

0' L t L in ATER SWEETWATER, TENN., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1870. NO. 42 SWEETW "CTMTPIPD Do 111 In 1 Mi r re VOL. III. " ,." THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY C. B. "WOODWARD, At two Dola.rs u Year, Pnyablo i A.lvaiioo. j BATES OP 1DVKRT18ISO. One inch, or lens, one Insertion, $1.00 For. ea eh subsequent insertion.... 50 1 inch per annum 10.00 6 2 inches per aunum 16.00 Dag Local Notices, 10 cents per lino each in Aertion. Non-reaident Notices in advance 4.00 Attachment " " " 400 Jf? R A N KCKXsA R . M. V , SWEETWATER, TEN N.-, WILL devote his entire attention to I the practice of medioine In its various) lepartmenta. nov30 '67 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE. - JyyPatronage Solicited. Di Philadelphia, Tenn. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEEN'S WARE, Boots and Shoes, Huts, and Ready-made Clothing. Keeps coiis'tiintly on hand, one of the largest stocks found in the country, all of which they sell chcapor than the cheapest. TUoy pay the Hiail EST Cash p...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 1 September 1870

4 THE ENTERPRISE. iwXET WATER, TUIR8DAY, SEPT. 1, 1S7I). " "T FOR GOVERNOR, tJKIV, J. C llltOWN, OF CILKI COUNT If. Htm. JUHW C. TAIT.HX Awtait Editor. Radical Economy, It haa beea a common thing for the Radicals to boast of the reduction of the public debt under Grant's administration. But they have little to say abont the in creased taxation to which the people have been subjected. According to Secrotary Boutwell's own figares,the taxes for 1869 70, under Grant, amounted to $408, 831,372; while those of 1868-69, under Johnson, were $370,943,747. This shows that the present administration has in creased the taxes on the people nearly $38,000,000. Colonel A. S. Colyar. This gentleman, who is now the only competitor Goneral Brown has for the Gubernatorial nomination, haa recently made several speechos in East Tennessee setting forth his views on the various queartons of State policy. Colonel Col yar is a man of marked ability, and al ways commauds the interested attention of his audi...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 1 September 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, SE1T. 1, 1H70. AiinouiiccincntH. For Congress. We re authorhed to nnnmince Colonet A. BLIZZARD, til McMinn County, as a eadidnte for Congress, subject to the decision of a District Convention. We are authorized to announce Colonel JOHN WILLIAMS as a candidate for Congress, subject to the action of the Democratio party of this District. For Statt Senate. We are authorized ami requested to announce N. P. 1M01IT as a candidate for the State Sen ate, from this the 7th Senatorial District, subject to the decision of a Conservative Democratio Convention, should one be held. We are authorized to announce General JOHN C. VAUGHN an a candidate for the State Senate, subject to the decision of a Democratic and Con servative Convention, should one be held Local and other Matters. County Convention. The call for a County Convention, to be held at Madisonvillo next Monday, with a synopsis of the business to be transacted, will be found on the first page of th...

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