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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 October 1870

TO PHYSICIANS. r-. i ...'-.. 1 - . i . I') rp -i ; ,t. ,. .,, i J I' TJ r I J .... New York, Anpist 10th, lf63. Allow me to mil your attention to my Preparation ' of Compound Extract Buchu. . .. I. f Vi . The component parts are Dticliu, Leng Leaf, Cn reb, Juniper Berrlee. Mont or Preparation'. Buchu, in vacuo, Juniper Berrien, by distillation, to torm a fine (in. Cubebs extracted by displacement with m'iriti obtained from Juniper Berrien; very lit tle sugar is used, and a small proportion of spir it. It i more palatable than any now in use. , Buchu, prepared by Druggists, is of a dark color. It U a plant that emits its fragram c; the Hi-tion of a flame destroys this (its active princi ple), leaving a dark and pliittinous decoction. Mine is tho color of ingredients. The Bucliu iu my preparation predominates; the smallest quan tiiy of the other ingredients are added, to pre vent fermeutatiou; upou inspection, it will be found not to be a Tincture, as made in Plmrnm rnpcea, nor is it ...

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. — 13 October 1870

nn 171 imnn in i 1 1W J mi t ; SWEETWATER, TENN., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1870. NO. 48 SWE WAT TP VOL. III. THE ENTERPRISE. published every Thursday, - BY C. B. "WOODWARD, A.t two Dohu-H u Year, Taynl)le iu Aclvimee. RATES OF ADVERTISING One inch, or Ices, one insertion, $1.00 For ea ch subsequent insertion 50 1 inch pcrnnnum ' 10.00 2 inches por annum 16.00 155" Local Notices, 10 cents per line each in sertion. on-resident Notices in ndvnnccj 4.00 ttachment " " " 4.00 FRANK. BOG ART, M.D. S W GET W A T E R , T E N N., WILL devote his entire attontion .to the practice of medicine in its viii-ioim lepurtmcnts. nov.iu 'b7 a tt. N. I. MAYES, 13 1 J NTIHT, BWEETWATKlt, .TENNESSEE. tS-jyTulronnge .Scilii'itcd.Tll lMiilmlelpliiu, Teuu. HK.U.EUS IN rRY GOODS. HAHDWARK, QUKKN'SWAKK, XJ Boots and Shoes, Hats, and Heady-made Clothing. Keeps constantly on hanfl, one ot the largest stocks found iu the country, all of which they sell cheaper than the cheapen. They pay the HIGHEST fault price for a...

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. — 13 October 1870

TILL ENTERPRISE. BWEKTWATJER, THUR SDAY, OCT. 13, 1870. Htm. JOHN C. YAl'GHN, AMOciaM Editor. FOR GOVERNOR, OEIV. J. O. HHOWN, OF GILES COUNTY. FOR CONGRE33, Col. A. BLIZZARD, Or MCMINN. FOR 8KNATOR, GEN. JOHN C. VAUGHN, OF MONRO. FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE, HENRY A. CHAMBERS, OF MAIH.SONVILLE. The Senatorial Nomination. As will bo aeon by the proceedings of the Athens Convention, published else where, General John C. Vaughn has been nominated by tho Conservatives and Pein ixratj of this, the Seveuth Senatorial Dis trict, as their candidate for the State Senate. It is woll kuown that lion. John )l. t'lementsou, our present accomplished and efficient Senator, w.tb a candidate before tho Convention. Ilis career at Nashville has been a source of pride and gratifica tion to his constituents, and but for tho fact that by common, consent the time had rolled around when Monroe county was entitled to the nomination, we should in all probability have been found advocat ing bis claims to re-el...

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. — 13 October 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. HWEETWATKIt.TlllltSUAY, o;t. 13, 170. AuiioHueemeutN. For Congress. We ra authorized to nnnntincu Colonel A. RLl'ZARD, ol McMinn County, lis u cadidnto fur Connfrcss, subject to the decision of a District Convciun. For Slate Senate. We are authorized to nnnounco General JOHN C. VAUGHN as a candidate for the State Senate, uliject to the decision of ft Democratic and Con servative Convention, should one be held. For Rf.presentatict. We lire ftutliorie t to nnnounco Mr. 8. J. MARTIN iih tho People's Candidate for a seat in the Lower limine of the next General Assembly. Local and other Matters. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Everybody Muat Turn Out Saturday. Hon. John M. Cleniontson and Col. Vf, HI. Bradford, of McMinn county, aro an nounced to speak here ou Saturday. Turn out and hear tho truth told in political matters. Tell your neighbor who may not see this notice, or tho hand-biln, so that lia may como and hear tho truth, too. Captain H. M. Chambers, our taleuted and ooruilur can...

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. — 13 October 1870

TO FHY8ICIAN8. Nw York, August 10th, 18.-AUow me to rill jour attention to my Preparation ot Compound Extract Buchu. Ths component parts ars Buchu, Ing Leaf, Cu tb, Jumper Berries. Mod of PRr.rABiiioK. Buchu, in vacuo, Juaiper Berries, by distillation, to form a fine Kin. Cubebs extracted by displacement with piriu obtained from Juniper Berries; very lit tle sugar it used, and ft small proportion of spir it, ltii more palatable than any now in use. Buchu, m prepared by Pvuggists, is of a dark color. It i a plant that emits its frr.grancc;tho notion of a 6ame destroys this (its cctivo princi ple), leaving a dark and tjlultinoiw dovoction. Mine U the culor of ingredients. The Buchu in ray preparation predominate?; the smallest qu..n nf tbi nthpr ingredients are added, to prc- rdmantAtinn upon insr.ection. it will bo r.i tn h a Tinitnri. ii miiilfl in Fharma copera, nor is it a Kyrup and therefore can re used in cases where fever or innamnuon ex ... i tkia vnntiATcthe knowlcdcra of the...

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. — 20 October 1870

SWEETWA1ER VOl, III. SWEEWATEB, TENOniUESDAY, OCTOB NO. 40 - THE enterprise. PlMil.ISHEP KVEBY THURSDAY,! BY C. . WOODWAHD, v-At two Dolflrs Year, I'aj'nUlo in Ailvunce. Bates or advertisiso. One inch, or less, one loicrtlun, $1.0(1 Pur c ch ubit"upnt iunertion . SO 1 inch per Annum 10.00 2 inches per annum '. 16.00 . PSf lol Jiuticej, ZO cents per line each ia sertion. Non-remdcnt polices in advance ........ 4.00 .!tf hnitnt . " 4 00 ERA NK BOG ART, M.D. SWEETWATER, TEN.N-.,, "VA11''JLL devote his entire attontion lo the practice of nicdicin In its v.iriuiw icpHrtwnti. nov30 't7 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, " v ID E IN T I S3 T , . SWEETWATER, ''Xjjij X I Jf 1.' E33EB. tCratrocipe Solicited Philadelphia. Touii, tEALERU IN PT flOOPS. 1URDWAVE, QUEEN'SWABE, Boota and Shoes, II;ih. auJ ilea ly-.nnde Clotliing. Kci'B cor.st'intly on hand, one of the Urftcrt a'.cxks (rand in the. i-ouutry, all of vrhich they eH cheaper Ihsa t'.i cheapest. They pay the'inOIlE-T ra,h pri..e for :ll kinda of Pro duc...

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. — 20 October 1870

Tilt ENTERPRISE. 8 W KIT WATER, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1870 a.m. JOHN C. VAldH.f, ImcIiN Edlur. FOR GOVERNOR, OEN. J. O. UIIOWIV, OF GILES COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, Col. A. BLIZARD, Or MCMINN. FOR SENATOR, GEN. JOHN C. VAUGHN, Or MONROE. FOR COUXTT REPRESENTATIVE, HENRY A. CHAMBERS, or MADISON VILLI. Lexington, Ya., ) October 12, 10. a. m. J General Robert E. Lee CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN AND THE Hero of a Hundred Battles BREATHED HIS LAST At SO minutes past nine, this morning Aged 63 years, 8 mouths and 23 days Death, of Robert , Lee. Tbo words which a few days ago hund reds of thousands were dreadiug to hear! have been flashed across the wires, and to ilau ft wnrlil lrimtv iK-it. 1? n l- n t. V. T.i-r ' "the christian eentlcuian and the horo ofM a liundred battles" is dead. Throughout that world the good and pure everywhere mourn his loss, not, perhaps, as wo of the outh who hare lost our leader, guide, counsellor, friend and father mourn, but with a sorrow profound in its depth and sacred in i...

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. — 20 October 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. . BWEBTWATER, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1870. Aunounoomunts. For Congress. Wl tpi ant lirtrl oA In. nnonr P..lnnal A ni.I7. VR.D n.' MVMiun n.mni. nill.Ktui.' for Congress, subjoct to the dc'.l ion of a District Convention. For Stale Senate. We. are authorized to announce General JOHN C. VAUGHN candidate for the State Senate, subject to the decision of a Pcmocratlc and Con servative lonventlon, should one be hel l. For HtprrSDitatirt. Wo are authorlied to announce Mr. S. J. MARTIN m the People's Candidate for a Beat in I ho Lower Home of the next' General Assembly. We are authorized and requested to announce HBNRY A. CHAMBERS, (the Conservative Democratic nominee,) a a candidate for Repre sentative of Monroe County in the next General Assembly of Tenuojsee. Election November 8tb, 187U. Local and other Matters. Harder in Chattanooga Another brutal murder was committed n Chattanooga on Friday night last. A Mrs. Thomas, thiuking she heard some ono plundering iu tlio garden att...

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. — 20 October 1870

a 1 - TO FBYICIANO. e York, Aojioet lOtk. MM. Allow me to H joar attention to my Preparation ot Compound Extraot Bucfcm. T oemponeat parts are Buchu, Leng leaf, Cu bs, Juniper Berries. Mud or PRiraiuTios. Buchu, in vacuo, Jualper Berries, by distillation, to lorin a fine jin. Cubebe extracted by displacement with plrits obtained from Juniper Berries; very lit lie auger U used, and a small proportion ofspir it. It ii more palatable than any now in us. Buehu, m prepared by Druggists, is of a dark . ok. It ii a pUnt that emits its fragrance; the M-tioa of a Itmi dMtroyi thii (iu acute princi j If), leaving a dark and glutiinou decoction. Mint ii the color of ingredients. The Buchu in my preparation predominate!-, the amaUest quan tity of the other Ingredient are added, to pre sent fermentation; upon inspection, it will be tund not to be a Tincture, aa made in Pharma cpot, nor la it a Syrup and therefore can t e ad in eases where fever or inflamatiou ex ist. In thii, yen hve the knowled...

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. — 27 October 1870

J IIM g . VOL. III. THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY C. B. WOODWARD, JLt two Xolar a Year, Pay.lol In Adranoo. BATE! Of ADTHTItmO. Om ImIi, er lees, tM lasertloa, '. .91.00 Far a th sabseqaeat Insertion...... . 50 I ink per bbbbbi 10.00 3 laeaes per annan M.00 ' Leeal HoUcas, 10 cent per list each ln- MltioB. Ka-resldBt Notices (la aeWaace.. ...... 4.00 AttMhBMDt " " M 4.00 FRANK BO GAR T, M.D. SWEETWATER, TENN., "TMTILL devote bis entire attention to " th practice of medicine ia its various apartments. bot30 87 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE. ftJrPatronag 8olicitedJH ton w. Brg. r. M1LLEB. HOPE & MILLER, (Succttiort ( Smith $ Lyont,) Watchmakers and Jewelers BEALEBS IB Wattbee, Clacks, Jewel nl Mlvet states Win, Manufacturer! of Sterling BiWer SpooBS. OAT 8TREET, next boob to 1st National Bank. Knoxville, Tennessee. Ail work done by Experienced Workmen aad WarrantedOI juneli ly t. B. BTALIT, Kingston, Tens. t. c. h. m'chopkkt, Madisonville, Tenn. 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. — 27 October 1870

" Ylll ENTERPRISE. --T ! Mta.'JOIIK c. YAIGHN, AwiateFaliar. . ! 'FOR GOyEKNQIM Of GILES COUNTT. up i. i FOR COXtlKKSS, Of, .($'. A. BLIZARD, Or MCMINN. m i i l l n j n . r'0If8l?i.tTOf, JOHN C .VAUGHN, 1 i . i , . GK.V. 31 S . IT roK COUNTY KEPKRtfESTATlVB, IIENKY A. C1IAM1SK113, .- . OF MADISON VILLE.i ' ! r" : Not Well Considered. " ' It is argue rl "by some who arc not really . 4. , ' nght to be rutiunej to Loiigross leoaus ly Lis great iiffluunee with the dominant jvirty he is uMo. to do inore for tho inter ests of this District thau any Conserva tive or Democrat could accomplish. Ills failure to come up to any former expecta tions is entirely overlooked, in this wicw ft" tho case. ' 0j puc denips that Mr. M;iy M:ird has a certain influence, iu Cougrcss", l uliko the inajoiity of Southern niombcrj who go to Congress to legislate for Xorth urn caj.itnli.-it3 and monopolists, he is a m:in of bruin and iiifclligcnco. He is not I-jJ by ihu nyse as most of tho Southern Koprosoiituti...

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. — 27 October 1870

1 Hff Ua Q lU, Ui.lR (MTSCTXWooda-H'-Xey Vork prti,;isItJ tu'j Ititluf AimouiioviMCut. r.,.. n t TV , V (I -'J '. .... . Y are auihm-ied i announce lolonel A. UZAKD. of Mviiiit.it.'raiiiW for Congress, subject td the JecU ion of a District Convention. I Fo)t:SUI?'SeAt)e. n: K Wo are authorized hrmtnonncc General JOHN C. V Al l, p .Wifteiuwlt. for g.ef t.itc,Se,r,,it,c, Kthjert'toMhc diMorthf h Democratic Ailt'0- Wo ari'YutWMd W nnn7iiccVrr. S. J. MA It TIN iia Hie,.'(inilc' CwlJIJo for a seat in tho Lower House tt the nexi Oc'ncral Assembly. WvHlc iifHfln1i7.rHfr.rrp'1lipMe.l't() ahhoifnr'e HENRY A. CIIAMUKIW, (the Conservative Democratic nomyioo,) as n candidate for Itepre-. cttitoof Monroe -County fir Am flexf tfriirrAr' gku. 1'. ROWELL & CO., 41) Park Eo.y. Y., A Nil l.-Wii. S. M.TETTEgiLL & CO.-K JJ,r Kaw, N. Y. Are the sole agents lor tlio Sweetwater EntctJ for lu.-cr Miiug uuuruseuKJUii itr. us,M yur lowest cash rates. .vlTcYtisiff'B Iii that city nrereuuest eil to lea...

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. — 27 October 1870

TO FIXY8ICIAN0. Nsw Trk, Aognst 10th, 1 tel. Allow ate to tU your atUatio to my Preparation ot Compound Extract Buchu. Ta component parte are Buchu, Long Leaf, Cu eebc, Junipr Berries. Modi or P air abatio. Buchu, in vacuo, Jaalper Barries, by distillation, to form a one gia. Cabebi extracted by displacement with eplrite obtained from Juniper Berries; very lit tle eager is used, and a small proportion ofspir it. It is more palatable than any now in use. Buchu, as prepared by Druggists, is of a dark eolor. It is a plant that emits its fragrance; the aetioa of a flame destroys this (its actite princi ple), leading a dark and gluttinous decoction. Mine is the eolor 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 found not to be a Tincture, as made in Pharnia eopcea, nor is it a Syrup and therefore can he used in eases where fever or intlamation ex ist. In this, you...

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. — 3 November 1870

THE SWEETWATER ENTERPRISE VOL. III. THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY 0. B. WOODWARD, At two Dolarg a Year, T?ayallo in Advance. 1UTK9 OF ADVERTISING. One inch, or less, one Insertion, , . .$1.00 For ea eh subsequent insertion 60 1 inch per annum . 10.00 2 inches per annum 1G.00 Jtj? Local Notices, 10 cents per line each in sertion. Non-resident Notices in advance 4.00 Attachment " " " 4.00 FAN BOG ART, M.D. ' SWEETWATER, TEN N., TTILL devote his entire attention to the practice of medicine in its varioiui lcpartments. nov30 '67 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, SWEETWATER, T E N N ESS E E. S&"Tatron:ige Solicited .3 john w. uore. F. MILLER. HOPE & MILLEll, (Successors lo Smith Lyons,) Watchmakers a n d Jewelers DEALERS IS Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silver Plated Ware, Manufacturers of Sterling Silver Spoons. GAY STREET, next poor to 1st National Bank. Knozville, Tennessee. All work done by Experienced Workmen and Warranted.3 junc24 ly W. B. 9TALKT, Kingston, Tenn. T....

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. — 3 November 1870

Tilt ENTERPRISE. BWRJil WATER, THURSDAY, NOV." 3, 1870. Ota. JOHN C. VAIGHN, Awclm Editor. FOR GOVERNOR, UEIV. J. C. BROWN, Or GILES COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, Col. A. BLIZARD, Or MCMINN. FOR SENATOR, GEN. JOHN C. VAUGHN, Or MONROE. FOR COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE, HENRY A. CHAMBERS, or M ADISONV1LLE. Every Vote Counts. It is generally believed by Colonel Bliz.ird's friend? and supporters through out the District that his prospects for beating Mr. MaytiarJ next Tuesday are bright. We share this belief with thcni. But tho tendency, particularly iu this couuty where our friends are so strong, s to a feeling of too much conBdeuee in such a result. Mr. Maynard's defeat may depend on the majority given against him in Monroe county. We cannot afford to lose a singli) vote. The Conservative or Democrat who fails to vote agaiu.st him is actually working in his interest and in the interest of the Radical party. The moderate Republican who has become sat isfied that his Congressional services are a seri...

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. — 3 November 1870

Tim ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1870. . - 1 - - -i i .AnuouiicamontH. For Congress. " W are authorhed to announce Colonel A. BLIZARD, of MoMinn Couuty, as a cadidate for Congress, subject to the decis ion of a District Convention. For Slate Senate. 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. For Representative. We are authorized to announce Mr. S. J. MARTIN a the People's Candidate for ascat in the Lower House of the next General Assembly. We are authorized and requested to announce HENRY A. CHAMBERS, (the Conservative Democratic nominee,) ns a candidate for Repre sentative of Monroe County in the next General Assembly of Tennessee. Election November 8th, 1870. GEO. P. ROWELL &CO., 40 Park How, N. Y., AND S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y., Are the sole agents for the Sweetwater Enter prise in that city, and are authorized ...

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. — 3 November 1870

TO PHYSICIANS. New Twk, AuutlXt, 188. Allow me to year attention to my Preparation ot Compound Extract Buchn. T.e component parti are Buchu, Lng Leaf, Cu ?;, Juniper Berries. Modk or Preparation. Buchu, m vacuo, -miter Berries, by distillation, to lorm a hue ,u. Cubebit extracted by dmplaceaicnt with iiiti obtained from Juniper Derrics; very lull.- sugar is used, and small proportion of spir it.. It 1 mote palataMe than any now in ue. Munhii. u nr.T.ared bv Druiwists, i of a dark rolor. It ia a plant that emit its fragrance; the a-uon of a flame destroys tbi (its active pnnci l&vintr a dark and irluttiuoua decoction Vit. i the color of ingredients. The Buchu in j i A prrparatiou predominates; the smallest nuan M ih r.tl.i'r inimdients are added, to pre' ..;, 'oir.ntati,m: uuon inrioection, it will be t.mnd not to bo a Tiuetuvc, a made in l'harma i..i.a, nor is it a Byrup and therefor can reused in cases v. here fever or inilamation ex ri. In thia, you h ve tho knowledge of the i...

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. — 10 November 1870

1 TODD .Hiiii n UJJ1JJ VOL. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., piffiSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. NO. 52 nniriiT! cin ini TWAfflR EN ISEo il H In NX HAW H iMliJ v v J I 1 1 MM. W ) I t . s r " THE ENTERPRISE. FUBLTSUED EVERY THURSDAY, BY C. B. "WOODWARD, JLt two Dolars a. Year, "Payable In Advance. ' ATM Of ADVIimaiNO. Oat) Inch, or Isaa, on Insertion f 1.00 For eh subsequent insertion '. 60 t inefc per annum .' 10.00 I in -a per annum 16.00 tST Local Notices, 10 cents per line eaoh in sertion. f ni.riilnt Yaim fin ftilvAnoMl . A (n Attvhr'-iLV " 4.00 FRANK BO GAR T, M.D. SWEETWATER, TEN N., "TfILL devote bis entire attention to the practice of modicine ia its Tiirious lepartments. nov.K) '67 9 tf. N. I. MAYES, DENTIST, IWEBTWATER, T E N NESS EE. flTPatronigo Solicited .K3 JOBN W. tV'PB. V. MILLER, HOPE k MILLER, (SucceMors to Smith 4' Lyons,) Watchmakers and Jewelers DEALERS IN Watches, Clucks, Jswnlry and Silver Plated Ware, Manufacturers of Sterling Silver Spoons. SAY ai'HUKT, skit door to lot Na...

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. — 10 November 1870

.TIIL ENTERPRISE. t W BKTWATEK, THURSDAY, NOV .10, 1870 n.j01lS O. V Al'GH Ivsorintc KtJitor. Tho Elections. The election returns from tho various States wliieh have voted this week are iitirelv too meagre to make any estimate iC losses or gains on filler Mile. As a moral tiling tho voting has leen iloue ij.iietly, although sonic fighting is reported h Delaware, Xew Jersey and Louisiana. There is no doubt that tho Peiiircntie i ' it j has niado !ar0 gains in tho Cm-g-i'ssional elections. Tennessee alone has i .itied six Pemocrats in her delegation, hich is as well as could have leen reas- 'li'lly expected. Maynard'.s majority in t'.is District will turn out to Lo very !ii:i ;b less tUi;n his friends expected. But ler Is probably elected iu tho first Dis ' ict, in eonsfjui'iico of tho opposition to I. i.n not being ablo to agree on a single i-.ndidato. , Tho Vote ia mouroo County. As usual there was no distuabaucc of nny kind in this county ou election day. '"..o voto pnlleil was lig...

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. — 10 November 1870

, r . HE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, .NOV. 10, 1870 GEO. P. ROWELL CO., PJ Park Row", S. Y AND B. M. PETTENUILEi CO., 37 Turk Row, N. y. Are tho wfc ngents for the Sweetwater Enter prise in .at city, mi l are authorize! toeontract for inserting a. vertisements for us at our lowest N; " "" nu eimer ol tue above ocal and other Matters. A. W. Uoyi;iias the Kanawha 7 Bushel carrel oair,at j.UU j.er barrel. An Avalanche. Since the opening of the Virginia and Jenucssee Air Lino Sweetwater has re ceived large accessions to its ahvavs-well-kept-up stocks of everything handsome and useful. A?, in olden times, Price's bazaar was toSwcetwater, so now isSwec waterto all the country within a radius of thirty miles. It is the resort of all thuso who want letter styles, better qual lties and better quantities than they can obtain cl.ewl:.ro fr the .,, ,., -ouiitry mxrEhants tiuw Ilieeville, Ath ens, ana other placos on tho road below, would find it to their advantage to ston i .. . j i . . ....

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