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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 1 September 1870

Geo. A. Franco i Co., BorriLo, N."Y. Chicago, III. , C1SA.1S and ' UELODEOMS la the United State. 45,000 Instruments Now la Use. W rtfor with Justifiable Pride to the fol lowing late Testimonials : Arroy, Wis., pril 6th, 1S6J. Messrs. Oco. A. Pbini-i fc Co.: Bias la 1851 1 purchased one of Tour 5 oc tet Melodeons, and after uiinfl it a short timo In the United States, took it with na on onr return to Bangkok, Shun. The instrument waa used dur Bi( the to j g out and kept in almost daily eer- tIm in itao about lourteen rears, n t tuea h public and social worship in both the native ad English service, singing schools and social gatherings. It has been or great service in teaching rausie to the natives aad enabling them to sing correct It. We hare taken it on excur sions aad travels in the country, and it has serv ed to cheer our weary spirits and beguile many a tedious hour. The instrument is still good, and on our return again, will yet serve us or ether for many years. It gives me mu...

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. — 8 September 1870

T 71 EN -IU JUJl JL VOL. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER- 8, 1870. NO. 43 r sw WAT D 1 JIljJrLJL JTLliSiLio JL-i THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY C. B. 'WOODWARD, At two XolarH n Year, Pityall In A-tlvitnce. BATK3 OF ADVMtmiN'O. Ou incli, or less, one Insertion 11.00 For en cli subsequent Insertion 50 1 inch per annum 10.00 2 inches per nnnnm 16.00 ggy- Local Notices, !0 cents per Hue each iu- Heitiuii. oii-rex'ulcnt Notices in advance 4.00 ttnclunent " " " 4.00 ERA N K BOG ART, M.I). SWEETWATER, TEN N., WILL dovotehis entiro attention to the praotice of medicine in its various Icpurtments. nov30 '67 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE. Jt2f" Patronage Soliciteil.C3j l'liilaaolpliln, Tcnu. DEALEUS IN DltY GOODS, H.VHUWAItE, QUEESSWAHE, ltoots ami alioes, Hutu, ami Ueuly-ntmlo Clothing. Keeps constantly on lmml, ono of tlio largest stocks found in the country, all of which they sell cheaper than the cheapest. They pay the HIGHEST Cash price for al...

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. — 8 September 1870

-4 - THE ENTERPRISE. 3WEKTW.VTKR, THCUSDAY, SEPT. f, lf7U. Gea. JOHN C. YAl'GHN, AwoUaii- fciliior. liEIV. .T. O. JJltOWN, OK CILKS COUNTY. County Convention. According to announcement, a Conven tion of the Conservatives and Democrat of Monroe county was held at Madison villa on MouJay last. I. T. Lenoir, esq., was appointed tem porary Chairman. On motion, the Chair appointed a com mittee on permanent organization, as fol lows : Jas. II. Pickel, W. II. Pawson, W. Fowler, Thos. Harvey, John Minis, J. C. Vaughn, II. Chestnut and Jas A. Cufliu. Tbo Committee retired and on their re turn reported the following uamed gentle men as permanent officers : I. T. Lenoir, President ; C. li. "Wood ward, Secretary On motion, it was agreed that each Dis trict be allowed one vote in tbo Conven tion for every twenty-five Conservative voters in the several districts. Ou motion, the Chair appointed dele gates to attend the Gubernatorial Conven tion at Nashville on the loth of Septem ber, as follows : ...

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. — 8 September 1870

THE KNTElimiSE. KWKK'fWATER, Tlll'RSUAY, SKPf. 8, 1S70. Ainiouiu'oiuciU.s. Fur Congress. We are authorized to announce Colonel A. i:U'.y.AKl, of M.Minn County, ns a cadi late for Congress, subject to tho decision of a District Cuiivcutiuii. We are anthor'ne I to announce Colonel JOHN WILLIAMS as a candidate lor Congress, sul.jei t to tlia action of the Democratic party of this District. For 5ne Senate. Wo nre authorized nnd requested to nnnoitnco N. 1'. HlOH'l' as a candidate for tlio State Sen nte, from this the 7tli Senatorial District, subject to the decision of a Conservative Democratic Convention, should ono he held. We are authorized to announce General JOHN C. VAUUI1N as a candidate lor the State Senate, subject to the docisiou of a Democratic and Con servative Convention, should one ho held. Local and other Matters. For Salo. I linvc for s:ile a now liuy ami a new Two-Horse Wagon. I'or particulars ap ply at in jr k'toi'tf, first floor K.NTEnriti-sr. Jiutliliiu. John V . In- ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 8 September 1870

njii .in -ii1 !.. 1 " - Geo. A. Prince & Co., UorriLO, N. Y. Chicaoo, III Tk OMm. LarM uri MM Ftrfect MrcUrjr mt mm and MEL00E0NS In the United Stutew. 45,000 Instruments Now In Use. W refer with Justifiable 1'rido to the fol lowing late Testimonials: " Aftox, Wis., pril 5th, 1869. Messrs. Oeo. A. Prince & Co.: Bus In 1852 1 purchased one of your 5 oc uti Mtlodrons, and after using it short time in Ui United States, took it with us on onr return to f angkok, Slam. The instrument was used dur ti tn voyage out anil kept in almost daily eer t in Slain about fourteen yearn. Ws ned it poblie and eooi.il worship in both the native ai English services, singing schools and social Inhering. It has been of great aervire in teaching music to the natives and enabling them to sing correctly. We have taken it on excur sions ami travels in the country, mid it has serv- 1 to cheer our weary spirits and beguile mauy a tedioua hour. Hie instrument in mill good, and on our return again, will y...

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. — 15 September 1870

nn EN VOL. III. SWEETWATER, TENN., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1870., NO. 44- SWEETWATER i JIlijrLJL illkjJIlio THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISIIKD EVERY THURSDAY, BY O. B. WOODWABD, At two Dolnrei iv Year, "Payuhlo In Advance BATK9 Of ADVERTISING. One Inch, or lea, one Insertion, 1.00 For ea cli subsequent Insertion SO 1 inch per annum. 10.00 2 inches per annum. 16.00 EST Local Notices, !0 cents per line each in sertion. oii-resnlent Notices I'm advance 4.00 ttarhmcnt " " " 4.00 ERA N K BOG ART, M.D. SWEETWATER, TEN N., WILL devote his entire attention to the practice of medicine in its various lepartiuents. nov30 '67 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE. jSyPiitronnge Solicited. O! Fhlludelpltia, Tenn. DEALEU8 IN DRY 000D3, HARDWARE, QUEEXSWARE, Boots and Shoes, HntH, 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 HIOHEdT Cash price for all kinds of Pro duce. Call and...

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. — 15 September 1870

fTIIL ENTERPRISES--fl" Vtm. J011 C. TAIGUN, AmmUm Edit. OEN.J.O. llltOWIV, of GILMdTT'""," ! .02 rOR COXGRES3, Col. A. BLIZZARD pr MCMINN. FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE, 1 HENRY A: C1IAMBERS, . Of MADISON V1LLE. Colonel Blizzard for Congress. Our people have nut beeo So generally pleased for a long time as tbey were at receiving the news of Colouel Blizzard's nomination. For reasons obvious to al most every one, he was deoidodly prefer red as a candidate by the peoplo of Mon roe over cither of his competitors for the track. We have hitherto refrained from expressing uny preference in the niattOr, hut will now say, after a broad survey of the entire field, that Colonel Blizxard is our choico for the Congressional fight above any other man we inow of in the District. So, of course, we, too, are high ly pleased at the nomination. Our candidate is well known in this county ; he requires no newspaper eulo gium to recommend him to the Conservative-Democrat io voters of Monroe. He will command...

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. — 15 September 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. BWEETWATER, THURSDAY, XY.YT. 13, 1870. 11 11U11 II ! Ill 0 11 t M. For Congress. We are- nuthoriiod to announce Colonel A. BLIZZARD, of McMinn County, as a c:ililntc for Congress, Bulji-ct to ths decision of a District Convention. For Slate Senate. We Are authoriicil ami requested to announce N. P. MIGHT aa a candidate for the State Sen ate, from this the 7th Senatorial District, subject lo the derision if a Conservative Democratic Convention, should one be held. We are authuriicd to announce General JOHN C. VAUGHN tea candidate for the State Semite, sublect to the decision of a Democratic and Con servative Convent Km, should one be held. Local and other Matters. For uiAol r . . ; , I have for sala a new Uug'gy and a new Two-lIor?e Wagon.' For partioulara ap ply at my Store, first floor Kntf.ri'rue lluilding. John W. Goudard. Aug. 25-4t., Just thiuk of that good Coffee at Star- rat's! Failed to Nominate. i v . At the Convention in Orccnevillo, on the 10th instant, to...

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. — 15 September 1870

Sco. A. Prince & Co., , Buffalo, N. Y. Chicago, III Tlw OMrrt, LrarM taul Mm Ft rim MaaafacMrr f ORGANS and MELODEONS In tlio Unltotl States. 45,000 Instruments Now In Use. We refer with Justifiable Pri Jo to the fol lowing late Testimonials: Aftox, Wis., pril Mh, 1809. Messrs. Ono. A. Pbiscb & Co.: Si In 1852 I purchased one of your 5 oc tave Melodeons, ami after uning it a short time in the United States, took it with u on onr return to Hangkok, Siam. The instrument was used dur ing the voyage wit and kept iu almost daily ser vice in Siam about fourteen yearn. We used it in publie and social worship in both the native and English services, singing schools and social gatherings. It has been of great service in teaching music to the natives and enabling them to ing correctly. We have taken it on excur sions and travel in the country, and it ha eerv etl to cheer our weary spirits aud beguile many ii tedious hour. The instrument i still good, and on our return again, will yet ...

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. — 22 September 1870

TiWN A nnim run JUJl JUJl VOL. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1870. NO. 45 rm rw FD Aimiinirbii'OTCiiiTi THE ENTERPRISE. published every Thursday, BY C. B. "WOODWARD, A.-t two DoIhi-h n Year, Tayull in Advimco. RATKS OF ADVKKTI81SI1. One inch, or less, one Insertion,. $1.00 For OA oil subsequent insertion 50 1 inch per annum 10.00 2 inches per annum 16.00 8(3?" Local Notices, !0 cents per Hue each in sertion. on-resident Notices in advance 4.00 ttnrhnicnt " " " 400 FRA N K BOG All T, M.D. SWEETWATER, TENN., WILL devotohis entire attention to the practice of medicine in its various lepartmcnts. nov30 '67 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DEN T.I H X , SWEETWATER, TrJg TENNESSEE. tPiitronuge Solicited .D "bab&qw & rhllsuleliliia, Tenu. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, HAKDWAltE, QUEENSWAUE, Hoots and Shoes, Hats, and Uewly-mwle 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 tho HIGHEST Cash p...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 22 September 1870

T ,4-, l v- n c Li " THE ENTERPRISE. S-VKET.WATER,' TUUUSDAT, SEPT. 22, 1870. Urn. J Oil C. VAVGHX, Anocialc K.Ul.r. iiicis'. J. c. miowiv, OF CILES COUNTY. KOU CONOR KSS, ..Col. A. BLIZZARD, OF MCMINN. FOR COUNTY KKl'R EiKNT ATI YK, IIENHY A. CHA M HERS, . OF MtDISONVILLE. : .' TMrd.Di3trict. V njrretwtliat Hon. E. A. James fail ( ! to receive the Congressional nomination lini MeMiunvillo Convention, lie is . ;mg, ardeut and able, aiul would have g tho Radical caudidate a warm time ... '.t. TIio nominee, Mr. A. E; Garrett, ! Smith comity, was a Federal soldier i: ,.ing the war but ha acted with the ',i aserviitive party of Tennessee ever .-: :co. After the nomination Col. James jounced his intention to warmly support MV.' Garrett and his rennrks were receiv ed vith eiitbiiiiastio applause. Eb. will i in yet. Colouel Colyar Again. This gentleman, after having declined dug before the Convention at Nashville, 1. ,s been imprudent enough to announce hi uiselt as an independent candidat...

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. — 22 September 1870

I THE EXTEUPIUSK. v'FF. TWATr'.ii.'f li C HSL'AY, SHVl'. 22, IMO. AmioiU(!(inu'iits. . . . For Congress. AV.) are authorized to announce Colonel A. l;t.IZ.AUl, of Mi-Minn County, as a ca.li.latc fur Congress, sulji-vt to the decision of a District t ' u 1 1 o 1 1 i i ' 1 1 . ' : For Stale Senate.' fe are authorized and requested to announce N P. HIliUT ns n cumulate fop the Statu don ate, from tli jit the 7th Senatorial District, subject to the-UuoUijin of a , Conservative Democratic (.'oiivctitii.n, should one l.e held. We are nuttinmed to announce General JOHN C. VAUGHN asa can'li late far the State Senate, subject to the decision of n Democratic and Con servative Convention, should oue be heM. Local and other Matters. New Advertisement. . . Webster's Unabridged Dictionary 1'iitiiiniuHl by o. iX V. iMerriiim, tpnng- lie ui .Uns-s. Money Free as Watei Address F. Hallo't, lJ.ix 3.-)G, Titiusvillo, I'a. E, A .Vice House and Lot for salt by .T. II. Jultnstuii. Apply at this oflico. Ph...

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. — 22 September 1870

Crco. A. !Princo & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Chicauo, III. Th Olde.1, Larest mad Perfttt Mannracurr ORGANS and MELODEONS a the Uultetl Htatew. 45,000 Instruments Now In Use. We refer with Justi6uble Pride to the fol lowing late Testimonials: Aftos, Wis., pril 5th, 1869. Vessr.. Oko. A. Prints A Co.! Sirs In 18J2 I purchased one of your 5 oc tave Melotlronn, and after using it a short time in the United States, took it wit hue on onr return to lUugkok, Biaiu. The instrument waa uiel dur ing the voyage out and kept in almost daily ser ife in Siam about fourteen years. We used it in MiMie and social worship in both the native and English services, singing school and social gatherings. It haa been of great service in leaching uutio to the natives ami enabling theia t sing correctly. We have taken it on excur sion and travel in the country, aud it has nerv al tu cheer our weary spirits and beguile many a tedious hour. The lustrmneut is still good, and on our return again, will yet serve ub...

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. — 29 September 1870

HPT 117' SWEETWATER - - YOL. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., THUBSDAT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1870. NO. 4( THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY C. B. WOODWARD, .At two Dolurw ti "Vei' "Pn.yull in Advancd KATKS OF AnVKKTIHINO. Ono inclij or less, ono Insertion, 91.00 For en cu subsequent insert ion 50 1 inch per annum 10.00 2 inches per annum 16.00 jjsjy Local Notices, !0 cents per line each insertion. ou-rcdiilcnt Notice in advance... 4.00 4.00 ttn hiucnt FRA N K BOr ART, M.D. SWEETWATER, TENN., WITiL devote liis entire attention to the practice of medicine iu its various lepartnieuts. nov.'K) 't!7 9 tf. NfLMAYES " DENTIST, S W E E T WAT K K , "jr Bc"Patroaago Solicited.3l Philmlclpliin, Tcnu. DEALEU3 IN DRY 0001)3, HARDWARE, QUF.ENSWARE, Boots and Shorn, llatd, anil Ready-made Clothing. Keeps constantly on hand, one of the largest stocks found iu tho country, all of which the'v sell cheaper than the cheapest. They pay tho "HIGHEST Cash price for all kinds of Pro duce. Call and examine our st...

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. — 29 September 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1870. Gen. JOHN C. VAl'GHX, Assoclat Editor. FOR GOVERNOR, JEIV. .T. C. IJHOWN, OF GILES COUNTV. FOR CONGRESS, A -Oul. A. BLIZZARD, OF MCMINN. FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE, HENRY A. CHAMBERS, OF M.tDlSONVILLE. The Speaking at Loudon. The candidates for Congress from this District, Messrs. IJljzzard and Majnurd, addressed the people of Loudon county last Saturday, at Loudon. . The announce incut of the speaking and other causes had drawn together a large number of citizens, so that tho candidates had a most favora ble opportunity for explaining their polit ical views and advocating their respective claims. .Good judges, on the ground, osti i iiatcd the friends of the candidates to be "about equally divided in number. Colonel Blizzard led off in a speech of one hour's duration. His delivery was ex cellent, his postions well taken, and his arguments cuD.clu.Hive. His charges of reckless extravagance- against the Federal Administration were w...

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. — 29 September 1870

1 THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, SKIT. 2D, 1870. - - - - - . .j AnaounccmeutH. For Congress. we We are nuthoriied to announce Colonel A. KMZ.ARD, f McMinn County, as a cndidnte for Conurten, subject to the decision of a District Convention. For Stat Senile. Wo are nuthoriied and requested to announce N. P. lllOHT as n candidate for Die State Sen nte, from thin the 7th Senatorial District, subject to the decision of a Conservative Democratic Convention, should one be held. We are authorized to announce General JOHN C. VAUGHN as 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. Ilolston Conference. At the District meeting of the Metho dist Church, South, held in this town some weeks ago, General John C. Vaughn, Rev. J. It. Stradley and Messrs. W. F. Lenoir and John Hardin were appointed dele gates to attend the Ilolston Conferenee at Wytheville, Virginia, on Tuesday next, October ...

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. — 29 September 1870

TO PHYSICIANS. Xw York, August 10th, 1868. Allow me to cull your attention to my Preparation of Compound Extract Buchu. The component parts are Buchu, Lng Leaf, Cu , Juniper Berries. Moon or Pehathis. Ducli'i, in vacuo, Juniper Ben-ire, by distillation, to form a tine gin. Cubebe extracted by displacement with spirits obtained from Juniper Berries; very lit tle sugar ii uaed, and small proportion of spir it. It ia more palatable than any now in use. Buchu, ai prepared by Druggists, ia of a dark rulor. It U a plant that emits its fragrance; the action of a flaine dentroys this (it active princi ple), learing a dark and gluttinoua decoction. Mine ia the color of ingredients. The Buchu in my preparation predominates; the smallest quan tity of the other ingredients are added, to pre vent fermentation; upon inspection, it will be Mind not to be a Tincture, as made in riiarnm c puea, nor is it a Syrup and therefore can be used in cases where fever or iutiniuatioii ex ist. In this, you h.v...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 October 1870

1. L ! 9" Lin'' iT ? 1 74 .fin I'i .1 ,10 fjrvi' l-J !.;; rfjii Moo i Tu L' tr it '-'; J 0r. I 61 4 j u u lj j r n. . v . . ia ji n i.i w b ; u - ,. . . 1 ' - ' it 1 1 , V- VOL. III. . V THE entERI-MSE: , PUBLISHED BVERY. THURSDAY, j BY C. E. WOODWARD, -""Ct two'polius n Voar,' "!TPajiil)lo In Advance. ItATKS OF AIVKttTIISG. 1 '. . Onir inch, nv less, one' Insertion,. . . ; .'.?!. 00 j 1'or ei cIiBMb.-nncnt insi itbm .'. . 1 inch per annnia. 10.00 : 2 inolios per annum. ... . ifl.00 " tlJ" Local Notiocc, 10 ceriU per line each m rtion.' ' ' " b'n-TMidc'nl Kotioc in uilvunut), .1.00 "t'.afhmcnt . " . " " ' - . 4 '10 ini A N. K B O. G All'T, r.I), VTIT.T, devote Ins entire attnntlon to ' the pructiuo .ot' mciltviuu in its vaiioiiH icpiutmcuta. uov:)'.l '7 !)'. ;":T7ri7srA''EsT"'.7"- 13 K IS' X.I ST.. . . -fefTENy ESSEE. SAVEETWATEC,' .j;v;4 ;&&jiho)W& "key"! l'hll;ulclplia, Xouii. DEAl.F.Iifl IN DRV GOODS, HAItUWAUE, QCEl'.SSWARK, HoutJ nirl Slic.'tf, ll.-.t.i, mi. I Kcii'...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 October 1870

TILE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1870. . JOHN C. VAIGHN, ImcIiM Edlwr. FOR GOVERNOR, OEIV. J. C. lJIlOWN, Or GILES COUNTT. FOR CONGRESS, Col. A. BLIZZARD, Or MCMINN. FOR COUNTT REPRESENTATIVE, HENRY A. CnAMBERS, Or MADISONVILLE. The Gubernatorial Canvass. General Brown oponed the canvass at Chattanooga on Saturday last in an address of two hours longth. The crowd gather cd to hear hioi was large and enthusiastic. He took up the platform of the Conven tion which nominated him, plank bv plank, and vindicated it fully. On the first resolution declaring for a restoration of the sovereign rights of the States under the Constitution of the Unit ed States, Gen. Brown declared that the doctrine of secession was not in the remot est degree alluded to of intended; that he, himself, was not now, nor never bad been a secessionist. He read from the Congressional records where Clay, Webster, CritteuJcn and oth ers had voted the same principle as the basis of our Union. This part of ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 October 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, LS70. ' . 1 . i Announcements For Congress. Wo arc authorized to niinonoee Colonel A. RLI.ZARD, t McMinn County, us a endidate fur Congress, subject to the decisiou of a District Convention. For Slate Senate. We are iiuthoriicd and requested to Announce N. P. HIGIIT as a candidate for the State Sen lite, from this the 7th Senatorial District, subject to the decision of a Conservative Democratic Convention, should one be held. We sre authorized to nnnoiincc General J0I1N C. VAUGHN as a candidate for the State Senate, subject to the decision of a Democratic ami Con servative Convention, should one be held. Local and other Matters. Sabbath School Discussion. The Sweotwator Sabbath School Insti tute and Convention will meet in the Bap tist Church in the town of Sweetwater on Friday, tho 4th of November, 1870, and following days. These subjects will bo presented for discussion : 1. The Sabbath School and its rela tions Introduced by Ho vs. J....

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