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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 17 March 1870

SWEETWATER ENTERPRISE '' YOL. III. SWEETWATER, TENN., THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1870. NO. 18, J , : THE .ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAY, At two Dollars n Ycnr, T'iiynllo i Aivunco. i -r mi nrrrr urn I mm r " m 1 Y RANK BOG ART, M.l). S W E E T W A T E II , T E X "N "'SVIfJi ilovuto his entire attention to tlio practice of mcilicino in its various departments. . nov:il) '67 , 9 tf. BAEHdW KEY, tMillartclpliia, Tcnn. 1)KAI.KU3 l. DltV OOOD3, HAUDWAHE, QUKEXSWARE, Hoots unit SShoes, flatrt, und Kciidy-mario Clothing. Keeps coii;-taiitly on hand, ono of tho largest stocks found in Hie country, all of which they Ht'll cheaper than the cheapest. They pny. the 111(1 It V.ti'i (.'null piico lor nil kinds of l'ro ilnee. Cull ami examine our stxk, and we will not tail to make it to your interest to (:'ivo n your trade, our motto ix, short prutl'its ami ipii'-k sale. feb!7-ly w. n. st u:v, Kingston, Tenn. T. y. II. M'citoSKKY, Mi'.lii-onvillc, Tcnn. STALEY & H'CBSKEY, A.1 tommy's nml Soli...

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. — 17 March 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. IWElfwATEn, Vn CKSDA y7 MAR.l 7, Th7i ' L.Will It Prevail? . Tharo is a iiucstion of moro than ordi nary sJgnilieniice, swys tho Kuoxville Why, agitating at least the surface of the pub lic mind, nml whicliis destined, if we wis take not, to take a prnfuuud lmli upon political science at no distant day. We mean (A rights of the Stair. Do not smilo at this enunciation. Thi.s piinoiplo nrast be sastained, or the strong national edifice butlt up Ly our forefather must topplo and fall. Thuro is, and can Le, no other alternative. At the rate of sj.ecil we are now making in the direction of a centralized despotism, it will not lo long until every State will bo under tho screw of Concessional pressure. It is almost that now. With the A met! can people this is no new priuciplo under tho sun. It had a fitful struggle in the earlier days of tho Republic, under the powerful guidance of Alexander Hamilton. Perhaps he did imt so as far as our rulers of the present i day, yet he 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. — 17 March 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER: Thursday, Mar. 17, 1370. Local and other Matters. Aunoiineomouts, " for, sheriff. We are autlmrized to announce Jason McMul len s a candidate for Sheriff of Monroe County at the ensuing isjiriug elections. fcb.10 til W'e are authorized to announce A. Hawkins 09 a candidate for Sheriif of Monroe county, at the ensuing spring election fttb.ii ta . FOR TAX COLLECTOR. We arc authorized to nnuoimi-o K. C. Harris as a candidate for Tax Collector of Monroe coun ty at tlio ensuing spring elections. fcb.10 tt We are authorized to announce J. I.. Caiv-on aa a candidate for Tax Collector nt tho ensuing Miivch election. jun'20 Ji-jy The following persons ore authorized to receive and receipt for subscription to t!;o I'x- tkri'kisk; k Dr. Edwin Hull, Hopewell Spring, Tenn. - K. K. Griffith, Madisonville, Tcnu. 'J. H.Siim, Loudon, Tenn. . J.' N. Wilson-, Waco, Tc;i3. The M Mart Those of our s nhscrihers who receive their pa pers with n Cross Mark on tho margin, arc not...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 17 March 1870

-'"VTHE ENTERPRISE. .MVKKTWATKlt, Till KSDAY, MAh 17, 1S70 l . iii : ' Loafers. Every city, town ami village is afflicted more or loss, with specimens of the genus I.mfur, and nurowu well-behaved, unilay-.'o-to-iueiding poinuiunlty is not entirely (xeinjit from their ro.enee. We arc not iu lovo with any t.f that sort, and yet we i re almost teiBpti!d to agree with tho jdoa 1 ut in for them by a northern writer as .Hows: When you reflect that the genuine loaf er is not a pp.ecul.itor in stocks, that he 1ms nothing to do with the ris; in breadstuff, and, above all, that ho wefcs to do no man's vvui k, or to deprive his fallow-being of his situation, J insist that he is entitled i.ot only to the consideration of the com munity, but to a certain amount of their lvspect. f Then there are so many things which ho might do, but which he refrains from doing. I know that in the iftinds of the suspicious :md uncharitable this is con clusive testimony of his idle disposition i'.r.d his lazy vag...

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. — 24 March 1870

SWEETWATER ENTERPRIiK IJjj YOE. III. SWEETWATER, TENN:, T1IUI1SMY, MARCH 24, 1870. , THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, At two Dollars a. Year, Viivallo lu Advanoe. F RANK 150 G ART, M.D. SWEETWATER, TENN., "W7"ILL devote his entire attention to ' tho practice of medicines in its Tnrioua departments. novllO '6t 9 tf. 'BARJiOW & KEY, . lhlludcl1iin, Tenn. di;alki:s in DRY (iOOPS, H.VltUWAHE, QUEEXSWARE, Hoots nml Shoes, HiitH, iiiul Hcmly-mmlo t'lotliing. Keeps constnntly on hand, one of the largest stocks found in the country, all of which they sell cheaper than the cheapest. Thoy pay tho UHSKKST Cash price for all kinds of l'ro duoo. Call and exainino our tftntk, and we will not fail to mako it to your interest to givo us your trade, our motto is, short prollita and quick bhIo. i'chl7-ly W. n. STALKY, Kingston, Tenn. T. K. II. M'f'RnSKET, Mmlisonvillc, Tenn. STALEY h M'CRSKEYi Attorney's ami Solicitor's, Madisonville, Tenn. Tlfir.I, Pit ACT (( 'K IN UOAXE, MONROE, and VV...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 24 March 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. IWECTWATKR, TUUBSDAY, MAR. 24, 1870 - Hard at 2 Work. N We clip from the Kuoxville Whig of xn iota, trie lollowing editorial, in regard to the efforts being made by our farmers to baud up the agricultural interest of thi portion of the State. It says : Never perhaps, at this season of the jear, have the farmers manifested such evidences of energy in the prosecution of their labors. They are busy, so far as we can learn, everywhere. The result will be that they will plant largely of corn and oats. Many of them, however, are despon dent in view of the threatened teritirializ ing of the State, which they deprecate. At the same time we could not advise theui to relax their efforts ou this account. The result which they, and all good citi sens deprecate, may happen, or may not, still, let it be as it may, it will never do to neglect the soil. That must be taxed to its utmost capacity. Every plow, anJ horse and hoe should be brought into re quisition, and overy bushel of c...

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. — 24 March 1870

THE EXTERPHISE. SWEETWATER: Thursday, Mar. 24, 1870. Local and other Matters. Aunoiiuccnicnts. FOR SHERIFF. We oro authorized to announce Jason McMul len as a candidate forSheriffof Monroe County at the ensuing spring elections. fcb.lO td Wo aro authorized to announce A. Hawkins as a candidate- for Sheriff of Monroo county, at the ensuing spring election fcb.lO td FOR TAX COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce E. C, Harris as a candidate for Tax Collector of Monroe couu ty at the ensuing spring elections. fcb.lO td Wo are authorized to announce J. L. Carson an a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing March election. jan20 Jjy" The following persons are authorized to receive and receipt for subscription to the Es tebjt s': Dr. Elwin Hull, Hopewell Springs, Tenn. E. V.. Griffith, Mndisonvillc, Tenn. J. IT. Sams, Loudon, Tenn. J. N. Wilsox, Waco, Texas. The M Mark. Those of our subscribers who receive their pa pers with a Cross Murk on the margin, arc noti fied that their subscri...

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. — 24 March 1870

! - Spring uiul Summer IMPORTATION 18 7 0. It 1 11 13 O IV S , ' Millinery and Straw Goods. ARMSTRONMATOR & CO. IMl'OltTKItS AN D JOHHIIItS OP Runnel, Trimming cy Velvet Ribbons, RonnetSilks.Satins ami Velvets, Blonds, Xetts, Crapes, Hucheii, Flowers, Feathers, Ornaments, Straw Bonnets and Ladies' Hats, TrimuicJ and Uiitrinimed, Shaker Hoods, itc. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE PTRF.F.T, 1J ALXIMOltliJ, 3II. Offer the largest Stock to bo found ia this Country, and unequalled in choice variety and cheapness, ci'inprifcint; the latest Parisian novel tics. Orders solicited, and jirompt attention given. febI7-2ni. GTCTVUmiS I3IPOHTED NORWAY OATS. SAMPLES SENT FRKE TO FARMERS. TROMlOOto 130 bushels prow to the acre, J: Weighs from II) to -I j pounds to th.c bushel. This I'ats ban been grown on every variety of Boil, and in every tate of the Union, with the moot perfect success. The grain is rrry large plump and hamhome, hut) a remarkable thin li'i.sk, and ripens earlier than the common variet...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 31 March 1870

rip la !: "'"DID v .' re n'tiM j'0.:20.- i i-. t 7ini.(tl3 TOL. III. SWEETWATEB, TEN., TlfUJiSMY, MARCH 31, 1870. . SWEETWATER INTJE i ' . ............ 1 : THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, ",.,A.t two Dollura u Year, Tnynllo 1 1 Vilvu neo. F 11 ANK BOG A K T, M. 1). SWEETWATER, TENN., "WTILL devote his cntiro attention to " the practice of medicine in its various departments. nov30 '07 9 tf. BAEXiOW & KEY, PHilartelpliin, Tcnn. DEALERS IX DRY GOODS, TIAUDWA UE, QITEEXSWARE, Boots ami Shoes, U-.U, and Hcmly-maile Clothing. Keeps constantly on hand, ono of t!ic largest stocks ton ml in the country, nil of which they sell cheaper than the cheapest. They pay the HIGHEST Cash pi-ice for nil kinds of Pro duce. Cull ami ciaiuino our stock, ami wo v ill not fail to unike it to your interest to jrive us your trade, our motto is, short proi'its nrJ quick gale, . febl7-ly W. n. 8TALKT, T. K. II. vYltoHKKY, : Kingston, Teun. Madisouville, Tcnn. ' ST ALE Y & M'GRSKEYi lAttovuey'...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 31 March 1870

JTIIL GNTEIiPRISE. WMIWArElC THURSDAY, MAR. 3l7 fc,Tb election is over, and tho ro tarusjrom Middle anJ West Tennessee, to far, indicate the ratification of tho New Constitution and tho success of tho Con erntivt ticket in nearly every county. Kut Tennessee will probably give a small majority for the old constitution. While this may be the case in this part of tho State we navo no fears but that when tho votfhoncst l'.e?l,l. have of voting as they please, U counted throughout the State, tho New Constitution will receive a majority of from 30,00 to 40,00. Wo now foci that we have accomplished our ends, and havo become free and independent citizens of Tennessee and of the United States; lot us go to work and ufe evory effort possible to build up and encourage home institu tions, build up the agricultural interests of our State, put down lawlessness and thereby convince tho powers that be that we dosire poaco, and if let alone by that power, the pooplo of Tennessee, will rise to tbat p...

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. — 31 March 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. r-SWEETWATER: -; Thursday, Mar. 31, 1870. Local and other Matters. :, EST The following persons are authorized to receive nnd receipt for subscription to the Ex tcrprimk: - 5rUE ,win n"11' Hopewell Springs. Tenn. ' E. E. QriHith, Madisonville, Tcnu. '. J. II. Sams, Loudon, Tenn. '. J,. N. Wn.sox, Waco, Texas. The H Mark. Thou of our subscribers who receive their pn pers with a Cross Mark on tho margin, nre noti fied that their subscription has expired ami arc . requested to renew at once. Don't delay. 'Attention Farmers! '"'You nro all requested to bo in Sweet water, on Saturday nest. C. W. Charl ton, Editor of tho Knoxville Whig, and Prof. Nicholson will ho hero, as has been previously announced, and will address you on tho suljoot of agriculture. After which a Funnel's Club will bo organized. Don't Btay away if you can possibly attend. All those who feel interested in tho agri cultural cause ot our county and State, are urgor.tly requested to bo in attendance. Farm...

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. — 31 March 1870

J yjj4pjrlh and Summer IMPORTATION 18 7 0. y. ii A ijiBiJoNSi ' ' t Milfiucry 'and Straw Goods. 5 IttHSTROHMATOa & CO, ' i 1' IMl'anlKRS AXD JnBBKHH OF 'Jlnnel, TrifANit $ Feee Ribbons, V Bonnet SilkBntiun ami Vol veis, Blonds, Xetts, Grepes, Ruches, llowcrs, Feathers, Ornaments, 8trw Bonnets ami Ladies' Hats, Trimmed and Unt rimmed, Shaker lloo lj, &c. '" .237 and 239 BALTIMORE STREET, 7r BALTIMORE, AID. 6ffr the larjiret St-k to lev fuunil in this Country, mi 4 muualled j:i choicevvariety and theapnesSjomprising the lati'.-t Parisian novol- liM. ' Orders solicited, and prompl uttcntion riven. febl7-S!ui. Pj.,t ; - 'genuine i3ironTi:D f- NORWAY OATS. ' SAMPLES SEST FREE TO FAUMERS. TIROM 100 to 130 bushels crow to tho acre. f Weiirhs from 40 to 13 pounds to tho bushel. This Data has been growu on every variety of oil, and in every State of tho Union, with tho sioet perfect success. '-" The grain is very Inrije. plump and handsome, bxi a reaiarkable thin Aiwfc, and ripens ea...

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. — 7 April 1870

; - . i - v . . - I 1 t i ,U .Hlv.) HOf. I I i - 3 I . , ,., ,. a ., ., ., 1 1. .1 ,.l i v i -," " THE ENTERPRISE.' ' - PUBLISHED EVERY 'THURSDAY, I' "PaH-ulf loin' Atlvnncwti n ,V. ... , ( ..,,.,.,,, . .... -II I" R'AIN'K'D O G AR T,-Mi D. -SWEETWATER, TENN.,. ' I 1 I..V! ''1. 1 , ! t . I . f ILL devote his entire- attention to 'the practice of medicine In its various aepartmenta.' '. bov30 '67 ' 1 -tin tr, '& ''KE'T,: "'rHlladeliIa, Tenu. , V ' ''- DEALERS IN 1 "' ' ,"; TVftY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENSWAttE, XI Boot and Shoes, Hutu, and Heady-made Clothing. Keeps constantly on hand, one or (lie largest stocks found in the country, all of which the; oell cheaper than the cheapest. They pay the HIGHEST Cash price for nil kinds of Pro duce. Call nd examine our tttock, and we will not fail to make it to your interest to give- us your trade, our motto is, short prollita and quick eale;;i.; ., fobl7-ly, . W. B. BTAI.KT, T. K. H. M'cilOftKEY, : Kingston, Tenn. Madittonville, Tenn. ' STA...

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. — 7 April 1870

.THE GNTERPRISE. IWEETWATER, THURSDAY, APRIL, 7, 1870 The Supreme Bench. ' Sinew the ratitjoution of the New Con stitution, in this State, we tee the names of several gentlemen spoken of for seat on the Supreme Bench. As olJ Monroe done her duty in pari, we foel that we have the right to say who we prefer. We weuld willingly support any worthy gentleman in Knoxville or above there, but we a-k and shall insist that one of the candidates for the position be chosen from some county South of Knox, lion. T. Nixon Vandyke, of MoMinn, is one of the oldest k Lawyers in East Ten. nessce, and we feel certain that he will give general satisfaction, in lower, throughout Middle and West, and all over East Teuncsse. We have in Major D. M. Key, of Chattanooga, a lawyer well quali fied for the same position. Therefore, let upper, and lower East Tonuessee, compro mise the matter, by placing one candidate from each section, before the people, for election to tho position. We of this aeo tion wish to ...

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. — 7 April 1870

. ENTEKPRISE. , ,,; SWEETWATER: rr" V' Thnraday, Apr. 7, 1870. Local and other Matters. ' ANNOUNCEMENT, i: We are tuthorixod to announce J. M. Lee m a Candidate for Count Court Clerk, at the election in August next. . fa? The following persons are authorised to receive and receipt for subscription to the En tiupbihk: Dr. E Iwin Hall, Hopewell Springs, Tenn. E. E. Griffith, Madisonville, Tenn. ' J. II. Sams, Loudon, Tenn. ' .J. KvWqsw, Waeo, Texas. The M Hark. - 1 Those 'of oar subscriber who recel ve their pa pert with a Cross Mark on the margin, are noti fied that their subscription has expired and are re(uei(ted to renew at once. Don't delay. ' Particular attention is directed to the adver tintntnt of Hock for the Million MARRIAGE GUIDE in another column. It should be read by all. ks. The Meeting Last Saturday. ' But a few of our farming friends were in at tendance on the meeting lost Saturday owing to the early hour at which it waa called. Howev er, the citiiens assembled at the ...

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. — 7 April 1870

geisuine Imported ,'. . NORWAY OATS. ' ' 8AMPLr3 SENT FREB TO FARMERS. FROM 100 (o 130 bushels 'grow to the sere, Weigh: iroin It) Co 45 pound to the bushel. Thl i hit hn bees grow a on every variety of oil, and in every Htato of the Union, with Ike moet perfect success. . , ', The grain U wry large plnmp anil handnom, haa a remarkable ik'm Aitxfc, and ripen arsur tlinn the common Tarietiea The straw U bright, clear, stout, and not lia ble to lodge, is perfectly clear cf wslj and grow from 4 to t fvt high, " We have both the White and Blm.lt Norway, both the same price and evilly productive. We will send one quart oftlie above oats to any address wit paid fur... ..i $1.00 Two quarts, post paid 2 00 One peikseut by express or freight.... S.00 Half bushel, 20 pounds One bushel, 41) pound.... 10.00 CAUTION. ' JgyWe wih it dint)nctly under tood thikt thisisiiotalifilitonts, weighing 28 to32 lbs. raised in New KdgUnd, and Hold under the name of Norway, but imported Seed, every bush el gu...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 14 April 1870

r T : x JLLil VOL. III. SWEETWATER, TENN., THUriSDAY, APRIL 14, 1870. NO. 22; k3 If JjMl WiilJIljjri N I JUjlil IMkjJUiilv:. . .THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, At two Tollars ti Year, "Payable lu Advance. FRANK BOG ART, M.D. SWEETWATER, TENN., WILL devote his entire attention to the practice of medicine in its variouB department. nov30 '67 9 tf. N. I.MAYES, DENTIST, SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE. 5-?atronuge Solicited.riJ Dr. J. Harvey Johnston, SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE. 'lit. W THE FUTURE DEVOTE HIS AT- tentiou to the practicoof medicine. Prompt ttontion given b culls nt nil hours, umco ai me Store of Johnson & Russell. mar3-tf. Philmlelplila, Tenu. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, BootB and Shoes, Huts, and Ueudy-made Clothing. Keeps constantly on hand, one of the largCBt stocks found in the couutry, all of which thev sell cheaper thau the cheapoiit. They pay tho'lliailEST Cash prioo for all kinds of Pro duce. C':ill and examine our stock, and we will not fail to mak...

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. — 14 April 1870

Tilt ENTERPRISE. - -iTWATVttVTi"iuiusr,n'ArRit,u",ts;Q Supreme Judges. ; ' -V We notice in the Knoxvillc Whig, the unsuncement of lion. T. A. R. Selson, and Janies W. IVadrick, as candidates for Suprenio Judges aud C. K. Young, as a candidate for Circuit Judge of tho 3rd Judicial Circuit, at the election to take place the first Thursday in August next. Knox county and upper Kist Tonnessce teem tube determined to have things their own way. However, wo shall support Hon. T. A. R. Xelsou, and do all we can to secure his election, if he continues the race. We are not personally acquaint ed with Mr. Nelson, but we feel snfo in giving him our support. As to "Mr. Deadrick wo know but little nbout him, however, we learn that he is r. high toned honorable and worthy gentlemau, in every way qualified for the position. The name of T. Nixon Vandyke, will, we understand, be announced' in all the papers iu tho State, in a few days. Aud as we were the first to mention him as a suitable person to f...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 14 April 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER: Thursday, Apr. 14, 1870. ' Local and other Matters. ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce J. M. Lee as a Candidate for County Court Clerk, at the election in August next. T),o fnllnwinir neMoni are authorized tu receive aud receipt for subscription to the Ex tkaprisb: t)r. Elwln Hall, Hopewell Springs, Tenn. E. E. Griffith, Madisonville, Tcnni ' J. H. Sams, Loudon, Tenn. J. N. Wilsos, Waco, Texas. - New Advertisements. , Attention is directed to the new advei tlsemenls in this issue, from the Clerk ani Master, and also from the cheriff. . Notices inserted in the local columns of the Enterprise, will be charged for at the rata of 10 cents per line, each insertion. , The Farmer's Meeting. It will be remenibefed that tho Farm ers mooting, for permanent organization is to take place next Saturday, t'rof. JN ien oison, of tho Agricultural College, will be in attendance and deliver an address on the subject of Agriculture. Mr. Charl ton, editor of the Whi...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 14 April 1870

"GEPiiniSK IMPOUTED "TTOKWAY OATS. . SAifPLESSEXT RKE TO FARMERS. XlBO' 100 t. ISO boieW grow t Hie acre, 1 J! W.igh. from 40 W4A pounds t the bushel. ' Thi 0L hoe grown on every variety of voil, tod hi every Stat, of the Union, with the mo! perfect tui-oeM. " " . The- grain is wj targt putnp and handsomt, 'lu remarkable fin Mile, aut ripens earitr lh the eoinmou varieties j,' The etraw is bright, clear, stout, ami not lia bit U, lodge, U perfectly cltctr of rust ; and ' grows from 4 to i feet high. We have bvth the White anJ BWk Norway, both the name price aud equally productive. ) . We will eeuil (m quart of the above oat to any addree post paid for . 91 .00 'Twe.e,uartt, poet paU 2 00 One peckicnt by eiprese or freight 3.00 -Half bushel, 10 pounds 6.00 Om bushel, 40 pounds 10.00 CAUTION. joT We wish it distinctly under stood that this is iioialightoata, weighing 28 to 32 lbs. raised in New Edmund, and sold under the ante of Norway, but imported Seed, every bush l ruf.rant.ed to w...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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