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I V. PARK, Agent.
XL II. DULIN, Local Emtor.
Read CoL J. D. Tillman's card ou the
second page. - v - -
- Cd the County Court Clerk' land-
txi uvcrtiscraetit. - - -
The Texas fever is on the increase in
some portions of our county. .
Zlr. Thomas N. Arledge has commen
ced work on his new residence
The rnshtaf advertisements is crowd
ing oar local space. We are glad of it.
jjet air the districts be represented
- at the County Convention next Aiou
Charlie Williams had the misfortune
to dislocate his shoulder-. last Saturday
toe appropriations by our County
Court -for the" year 1882 amount to
An immense quantity of sand has
been shipped from this place during the
post jew month.
Horse and mule drovers have com
menced moving South. We have seen
no extra fine stock pass through as yet.
Don't forget that Senator Harris
will . speak at the Courthouse in this
place next Tuesday, the 24th. Every
Mountain Council No. C96, American
Legion of Honor, meets to-morrow
(Thursday): night. ' The members are
requested to meet early.
Prof. J. v Terrill preached a now
erful discourse, to one of the largest con
gregations of the season, at the Metho
dist Church last Sunday. - v v
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There is a considerable demand for
rain in this - section at this time, but,
as we go to press, the indications are
that we will soon be supplied. . " ,
Mr. Wiley Embrey now has a full
corps of workmen on his Opera House,
J : : . :.l t ir
der if he won t light it with gas?
4 . a
A protracted meeting is in progress
at the .Baptist Church in this place
Services every night at 7 o'clock, by
xvct. iur. xeamiaie, oi xinoxvuie.
Yes, we are prepared to print tickets
for the coming election, but mud have
the mousy before we do the work. We
have lost some money on election work
in jour time, but "won't do so any
more." - ' x-
Mr. Joe A. Carter will leave on a bus-1
mess trip to Union City in a few days.
Services at Trinity Church Sunday
wuruiug unu evening next, oy jur.
Mrs. Scott Davis has returned from
a visit to relatives and friends in Mar
freesboro. 1 ;
Our Chancery Court Clerk has sev-
erai new aavtsenients in this issue.
About twenty Mary Sharp pupils;
chaperoned by Prof. Johnston, visited
Coosa Cnve last Saturday. v
. v' - r. e Mbit . " -
as B. Templeton Vas acting as my agent in W arc authorized to announce A L. Lan
fL ZuFZt ihf fin thia dav di&r., of Bedford county, as a candidate for
"v . r--"-" - 6'." .. ."-: . - I f Vmpresa . from this ftH. Rth
ceases. AH persons indebted
i 1 V. .41 "
IU UUU U1BB.B KHieUipui, Ul UH.J n. r,. o .,. t ... , . ,,
ceaiora anu Jttutucriora. Jfiicction. Tuesdav
their claims in the hands of an officer. - ,;
This October 13. 1882. " '
ocl8-dt ' A-P. 1X)WE.
For November 13th, 1882,
NSCV Valbte Mineral .Property
1 Messrs. G. Q.
Jenkins went to
attend the performance of a negro min
Hon. W. P. Tolley spoke to a small
audience in the Courthouse on Tuesday
nignioi last weeic. we arc sorry we
were not present.
An article appeared in last Monday's
Nashville American beaded "Slatter
and the Circus." It will receive due
attention from Mr. Slatter next week.
Masonic Stated meeting of Cum
berland Lodge No. 158, next Saturday
night, Oct. 21,- 1882. A full attend-!
ance requested. By order of the W.
M. H. H. Dtxrx. Sec'v.
W. Y. Elliott et. al.
et. aL :
vs. G. A. Pylant
We are authorised to aniitounce Hon. Rich
ard W arner as a candidate ' for re-election to
Congress from this, the- SUi, Congreesiona
To the Citizens of the Fifth Consrressiona
District : ii
HcFpcctfully I r" at myself as a candi
date to represent jrQa la the next U. S. Con
gress. Election, joT..7tn, 1882.
- - 11. T. CAKE.
Wincheeter, July Sth. 1882. 1
- e are authorised to announce lion. John
M. Bright, of Lincoln countv. as a candidate
forConirrebs from this, the 5th. Coni?retwonal
By virtue of a decree of the Chancer
Court of IVanklin county, Tennessee, pro
nounced at its October Adjourned Term, 1882,
in above cause, 1 will, on ,
Monday, November 13th, 1882,
- a. .1 n .i j r: l f Tn.
ai me vuunnuuac uuvr iu inuuimci) .
sell to the highest' bidder, on a credit of six
mouths, less 10 per cent, of the purchase mo
ney reauired in cash, the tract of land and'
Mineral Springs containing about 55 acres,
known as the Pylant Springs," situated in
Franklin county, about o miles from Tulla-
homa. Tenn. - J-
Ptote with approved security required ol tne
NOTICE Hereafter narties orderin? I purchaser, and a lien retained until the pur
m . litnsoa ninnAV ict nam
coal from as must pay the mono before
the coal u delivered. We wilt not de
viate from this rule. , V .
W. W. Garxer fe Co.
This October 14th. 1882.
- T. H. FINCH, C.
Fitzpatrick & Gregory, Soliciters.
For tho Legislature.
We are authorized to announce Dr. Lewis
Metcalfe a candidate to represent Franklin
county in the lower house of the next Gene
ral Assembly of Tennessee. Election firxt
luesday in jSoTcmber.
IIcst's Station. Franklin Co.. Tcnn.
Mr. W. J. Slatter. Editor HomeJonrn.il?
We, many voters, authorize vou to announce
v. A. laricin acaixliaatc to represent rank
lin county in the lower house of the next Gen
eral Asscmby of Ti-nne.ee. .
. '", , -Masy Votebs.
S. D. Mather, of Belxidere. is announced as
"v ikuuuijwu Hvuiuux ouuouiie vreaii can
didate to represent the - people of Franklin
county id the next General Assembly.
Capt. Tom. Gregory, of our town was
made Chairman of toe Congressional
Convention which met at Tullahoma
last week. Land is was dropped on the
James II. Davis, adm'r,
Mag. Estill et. al.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
9Hth rmlhtt TlrJirKf nritlilrAur Warn I Court of Franklin county. Tenn.. pronounced
was nominated. ' ; ' te eptmber Adjourned Term, 1882, in I the lower house of the next General Assembly
., . . i luure cause, x wiu,vu s , i ui xruuessee. XMceiion, iov. in.
Married. Near Carpenter's Station. I Monday, November 13th, 1882,
Ala., at tbe residence Of, the brides fat the Courthouse door in Winchester. Tenn.
We are authorized to announce Geo. W.
Bvrom a candidate tn renrvRpnt Vranlrlin
&C.j VS. Miss I county in the lower house of the next General
Assembly of Tennessee .
We are authorized to announce Ben. P. Hunt
a candidate to represent Franklin countv in
f taj&Bl Br; SDS5. aalfa Ais
OFFERS SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES IN
Latin and German,
History and- Literature,
' Musicand Art ;
Book-keeping, . r
. Penmanship, -
For State Senator.
We are authorized to announce Hon.
father, (Mr. R. L. Hembree,) Oct. sell to the highest bidder, on a credit of w'KrfS . afci
1 QOO V. T? T XT 1f.17.'. IT ! mntl, lfaa 10 rwr nL nf ih nnrrsP mrl iV',t?ele f dOrd County, aCandldate for
w 7. XW!T: " ' x2- fl4u' " "a -Z i "i, .1" S' Wa :".T 7; M" senator irom tlnsiienatorial district.
11. Wood to AIim AlaoviA J. Hpmhrm J .l " T" l""
.r . . oo . 1 Ir. Wiil'nm KjitilT riivM m the trrt r.f .nif
known as the "Acklen Springs" property, I
coniaininar aooui o acres, suuaicu in uieioin
Francis and J. B. Ashler, of our town. I civil district of said county. .
witnessed the tying of the nuptial knot. Kote with approval security required of
rr -iT i .i i i
nenry ana nis oriae nave our wisnes
for happiness and prosperity.
liams,.wr 11 close bis gallery on the 1st
of December. Until that time, he will
work only on Fridays and Saturdays of
each week. JJon t let the opportunity
slip to have your picture taken. .
Our editor's leading editorial for this
issue was handed to us rather late, and
must lav over till next week. You see.
we make no distinction in matters of
this kind. When people procrastinate
they must expect to get "left? some
times. " : : ' '
Our public school closed last Friday.
Short session. Several hundred dollars
were spent by the pupils for books, and
the Directors should see that tbe same
books bo used when tbe school opens.
This changing of .books at every session
is a great tax upon the people.
Mr. Henry C' Shanard, formerly of
jxieton, paiu a snort visit to nis parents
in . our . town last week. Henry is in
feeble' health, and was en rovte to San
Antonio, Texas, whither he was advised
to go by phrsiciang We hope the
change may be the means of restoring
him to health.
Hon. Jno. W. Steele, candidate for
State Senator, was in town yesterday.
By agreement between the Executive
Coczaittes of the counties composing
this Senatorial district, Bedford county
is entitled to the Senator the next term,
and of course Mr. Steele's election is a
certainty. : -See his announcement.
Rev.' Wm. Estill, lately of our coun
tv. but at present a citizen of Chatta
nooga, has kindly furnished us a list of
the officers and men or uompeny "ii.,
Third ; Regiiient of Tennessee Volun
teers, which left this place for Mexieo
ou ttb- hut day of September, ' 1847.
The list includes all who served in the
coropany from the : neginning to the
close of the war. As a matter of inter
est to our old residenters, we will print
the list jn our next issue.
Prof. E. 21. Gardner, of Mary Sharp
College, has a specimen of his painting
on exnitition ra Nashville which is con
tracting considerable attention. The
Morning World says "the excellence of
the painting has kept the side-walk
blocked with au appreciative crowd ev
esince it was first hung in Freeman's
1I1UOW. . a rut. uuuuct io uiui u
great fica as an artist. Besides teach
ing a els in -Mary Sharp College, he
has dcrlrj the past year, painted por
traits f:? parties in Virginia, Louisiana,
Miesupt and Alabama, and at this
time is painting portraits , for parties
abroecrand at home.'
CoV J. D. Tillman, candidate for
. Congress, addressed the citizens of Dec h
erd hut Saturday afternoon, and spoke
here at the. Courthouse at night. His
speecb vts well recei ved. He stands in
line Vrh th Nationa Democracy on all
great llatktnal questions, and insists
that tbi Ctat3 dtbt question is not and
ought cc.ta la the only one looked at
Conrc; v.r-i" this district. Col. Till
man reprc::. Isd Lincoln county in the
Legislature in .1871, and was Senator
from this" ard . ether counties in 1873.
He west iatxrt'Ja Confederate armv
when a mere boy' and returned to bis
hrne for the first time when the war
.ls over. . - ,
This October 14th, 18S2. '
T. IL FINCn, CAM.
octlS-tds 8' -
Fitzpatrick & Gregory, Solicitors. .
Revivor Notice to
'The subjoined " Oad " was written
for the Home Journal in the year 1858,
by a " fellow" living on the top of Cum
berland mountain. It will be remem-j James M. Darwin vs. B. B. Knight 1
bered that we bad a great comet that In this cause, at the September Adiourned
year, but not SO magnificent as the ce-Term, 1882, of the Chancery Court of Frank-
Whit Ransom vs-HC. Roberson
J. C. lieynolds ..i;i .
By virtue of an order of sale in my hands.' is
sued from the Circuit Court of Franklin
county, Tenn, in above cause,T will, on
Monday, November 6, 1882;
at the Courthouse door in "Winchester. Tenn
offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash.
! a tract of land containing 174 acres, more or
less, lyme and being in district .No. 3 of
Franklin county, Tenn- and bounded as foi
ls.. Asi...r TV..-. J ; a 1 ILrhwa. Hn tKa ..of f?wr1v l?rsK ' 1. m
....... ... . ... i im wumv. xt uu.. ait ifrutrr nascuiemi in i w.. ... j muwxi.
lestial Visitor WHICH may DO seen in the record suceestine and admitting the death of Janiea Woods and N. B. Smith, north bv J. L.
East JUSt now bv all who eet up a little defendant, B. B. Knight ; and that the cause I Uaker and i". Lu Myler, and south by Frestou
before day. This Oad IS a Jlttle Up- Knight : and that R. G. Conn and wifeSarah Levied upon and will be sold as the prop-
C. (xnn. Mrs. Winnefred Uonn. Joseph M. I erty oi n. u. lioberson, to satisty tins order
Knight, John Knight, A. P, Morris and wife I oi sale amounting to $600.20, and interest and
.This Cx:t. 9th, 1882. . ,
. , J. J. TLKNEK, Sheriff,
on the 8tyle of Ossian. The author, e V- J C. Conn, Mrs. Winnefred Uonn , Joseph
:j i j:j u l .11 Knight, John Knight, A. P. Morris and
iucuujt, uivi uui .uuw uuw ij eycn, uw Margaret Morris, James M. Brat ton and wife
had he much idea of poetical measure, j Tennessee Bratton, Amanda Knight, George
xiis verse is very DianK. xut ne naa f c; . " J i
uu amgui, mu ur inn minor unuarea oi
more Sense than some people we WOt Of James K. Knight, dec'd.whyse names are not
who ihtnk they know what poetry is.
Read what he said then of tbe comet :
Hail mity komit ! i kant see yon yet,
bat i knose you is kaumin, i knots -
you if a rppm and a rantin and . .
a rarin and a kovortin throo the
Ilevings at more an a 2 forty lick,
like one of them thar foxis whatsamsum '
tied a pine torch to the tail of and turned
into the corn fields uv the fillistines.
yes I knose you is thar, for them as knose -
wbats what sex so. How purty you is, with
a tale no lonirer nor a monkev's a .
s tree mi n out behind, and a strctchin '
acros the Ilevings, & all spattured with
leetle twinkun stars. 1 wunder ef yew
aint ashamed to keep a travelin throo the
hevings. a showin yer tail thata way
to evry body, i would be, i no.
lew aint got enny more density nur
some "swa deaent" political Jeeders
What i no. prodeius komit ! you is
runnin like a fkeered wolf, and know
mistake, i wunder ef yew is a gwine
to kum kern um up agin this muudein yeath
ana kuock it into nelltpizzerrnktums,
as sum folks say. i wunder ef j-ou aint
afrade uv gettin yer bed hurt, or havin
it jammed so far into the groun you kant
get it out enny more, maby you is
gwin to run rite tfaroo it; ef so, wunttew
send them fellers a krtin what lives Wnar
yew'll cum out at. yea, methinks i see em
now a kuttin sammenettsin are, wane
nur them surkis fellers. Krewel Komit !
known, James F. Hamilton and wife Martha
E. Hamilton, are all heirs at law of said B. B.
Knight, dee'd. and are non-residents of the
State of Tennessee : , It waa ordered that pub
lication be made as required bv law, which is
nerepy accoraingiy done, in tne Home Jour
nal, a newspaper published in Winchester.
Tenn, for four consecutive weeks, requiring
said non-resident heirs. &c to appear on or
before the fourth Monday in Januarv next.
before the Chancerv Court at Winchester.
L. Bryant A Co. vs. T. L. Cousier
and Gabriel Lewis. . ,. ,
By virtue of an order of sale in my hands.
iMied from the Circuit J Court of Franklin
county, Tenn., in above cause, I will, on
Monday, November 6, 1882, , V
at the Courthouse door in Winchester. Tenn
sell to the highest bidder for CASH, a tract
a tract oi land lying m district No. 2 of Fran-
Tenn.. and show cause.' if an v thev have, whv I klin county, Tenn bounded as follows : East
. U : l , l . ii .'i - , - il 1 Tl A f f . i . 1 1 T 1 1 1 1 .
niin cause kiiouju not in an imngs De revivea
against them as such, heirs at law of B. B,
itncss my hand, at office in Winchester.
franklin county, Tenn., this Oct. 14, 1882.
T. II. FINCH, C. & M.
Simmons A Curtis, Solicitors.
Mon-Rosident Revivor Notice
Ficldien Rice vs. William Sells. Jr..
and Fieldien Rice vs. Peter G. Sells,
by D A Kitchens, south by B Caldwellwest
by Clark, north by Fred Burt containing
65 acres, more or less.
Ijevied upon and will be sold as the proper
ty of T. L. Cousier to satisfy said order of
sale, amounting to !$lb9.26 and interest and
costs. ; - - '
This October 9th, 1882.
- J.J. TURNER, Sheriff,
R. C. Handley vs. ,E. M. Knight and
bcott Davis. . : -
By virtue of an order of sale in my hands,
issued from the Circuit Court of Franklin
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk I countv. Tenn in above ranae. T will, on .
and Master from the return of SheriffR. F.I ur xr u. a toon
Oakley, of Flank lin county, Tennessee, upon
scire r acias to revive the above causes against
me neira ai law oi wm. M. bolls, Sr., dee'd,
that Benjamin Sells, Jr., and James Sells, Jr.,
are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, so
that the ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon them.
Monday, November 6. 1882,
at the Courthouse door is .Winchester, Tenn.
sell to the highest bidder, ; for CASH a tract
of land situated in the 8th civil district of
Franklin county, Tenn., containing 80 acres
by survey, and bounded as follows : . On the
north by M L Scivally, east by Graves Pen-
VW aint a OTlnA mailr Ha all naallr a
ImI. .Lnri t.l. I... ...il... m ? - I It is thpaof ore tirAtreA tlint ntiKlinntSnn it I ninston. south bv Rate and Ben Knight.
oww ituui. wic iui auuviiur wuriu, IS , I , . " t . m , - , X
f . vow aint a . . I made for four successive weeks in the Home I levied upon and will be sold as the. prop-
I Journal, published in Winchester. Tenn.. re-1 erty of E M Knight, to satisfy said order of
.i . i . nnirincruiH nnn.miHan lifm4.tit.i .r.rui. sale, amonntin? to S104.20. and interest and
jmw uoi s niiw 10 1 p - . v. u.j-i i - r '
from itch others arms?
win out the purty leetle birds what sets
on the fense and sings, and thegooseberiea
ana nuclei oerrys, and au them things '
whats so good to et, is yoo ? i wood n't ef
i wus yew. i wish i noad ef vou i$ a
gwine to lite in this part of the yeath,
so as i cood klime a tree, or git in
a note, or mount a bull gine x niaik
miself akase about these diggins. it ni
onto gives me the gripes, & maiks my korns
nuniiHi mj uiina iivucn a caiamisiron.
Bootiful Komit ! i wish i wus yew.
so as t eood talk breckfast with neptun.
ete dinner with aatnm, stay all nite
witn venns, make a perlite bow to sol
in the mornin, and then go on mi way a
laffin amung the bright worlds what'ud be
garin in wonder at my ahinin tale.
Majestic Komit ! phair well, kick up yer
heles A show ver tale as much as vew nleese
out there in the skigha, but kepe, kepe
away from this pore mundain yeath, A let
ns tellers what doant do no harm aloan.
County Court Balos
For November 27th, 1882.
vs. P. Haynes and wife
A. J. Hines
Bv virtue of a decree of the Countv Cnnrt
of Franklin county, Tennessee, pronounced at
its October lerm, loo2, in above cause, I
Monday, November 27th, 1882,
offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Win
chester, Tenn, on a credit of six and twelve
monhts, except the nm of ten per cent, in cash
on day of (ale, three lota in district No. 10 of
aid county, being in tne town ol Uowan, and
described in the plan of said town as follows :
First lot, bounded on the sooth bytheJN-
C. &St. Louis Railway, west by Wetmore's
mill lot (Tomlinson's line) and east by land
formerly owned by Mitchel Cowan, dee d. .
Second lot, bounded by England street,
Chestnut lane, Tomlinson's line, and Cherry
Third lot, bounded by England street, Tom
linson's line, and Chestnut lane. Out of this
lot is excepted one-fourth of an acre conveyed
to Henry Vaughan by Anderson P. Vaughan,
and lies in the north-west corner of same.
Biddings for first lot to commence at $50.00;
second lot at $50,000; third lot at $40.00.
Two or more good and sumcient securities
required ef the purchasers, and a lien retain
ed until the purchase money is paid.
bale within lawful hours.
This Oct. 17, 1882.
WM. E. TAYLOR, Clerk.
octlS-tds 10 J ;
Ion or before the fourth Monday of Janua
ry next, before the Chancery Court at
t Winchester, Fanklin countv, Teon- and
show cause, li any they have, why these
causes should not be revised against them as
neirs at law ol Wm. Al. Sells. Sr dee'd.
Witness my hand at office in Winchester.
m . . .
I lenn., this Oct. 14,1882.
T. II. FINCH, C. & M.
Marks, Fitzpatrick & Gregory, Solicitors.
(Attachment and Injunction Bill.)
! J. R. Gunn vs. Mrs. B. Polk. " '
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk
& Master from the affidavit in complainant'
bill in above cause, that the defendant, Mrs.
B. Polk, is a non-resident of the. State of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law
cannot be served upon her: and that an at
tachment has been regularly issued and lev
ied upon defendant's property. - - -It
is therefore ordered that publication be
made for four consecutive weeks in the Home
Journal, published in Winchester, Tenn., re
quiring said non-resident defendant, to ap
pear and make defense to said Bill, on or be
fore the fourth Monday in January next,
before the Chancery Court at Winchester,
Franklin county, Tenn., or the same will be
taken for confessed and set for hearing ex-
parte as to her. .
Witness my hand, at office in Winchester
lenn., this Oct. a, ibbz.
T. H. FINCH, C. & M.
' Simmons & Curtis, Solicitors. ,
This October 9, 1882.
VioQliloy & Uarroii,
Manufacturers and Wholesale
. -- Retail Dealers in
Parlor, Chamber, Dining-room
Hall tmd Office r
M atressegr tic, , Gc.
OSice and Salesrooms, Noa. Hand 13 North
College Street, : i;- ! ' - : :
Factory, Nos. 317 to 322 South College StJj
CASH ARMNT !
YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND US
In ths had for Low Prices.
We will either sell you yonr goods, or make
some one else do it. VERY CHEAPLY. In
either case we will be some advantage to you.
If you have the money to pay for your goods,
don't buy from parties who do a credit busi
ness. They have to make -
L"ge to Make Tip for
; I Bad Debts.
They cell to Tom, Dick and Harry, all per
fectly good, (each one better than the other,)
but Hany will never pay; then 33J per cent,
of our sales are lout. Can we stand that?
Oh, no ! Tom and Dick must make that up
to us. But the credit merchant says to Tom
and Dick : We soil you goods cheaper than we
do to Harry who nev&--paya. But that will
hot do... We can't give .one-third of our goods
away and sell the other, two-thirds so very
cheaply.,: ' .. . . - -
Gentlemen, Stick to CASH ;
it will pay you to do it.
We will-always pay the highest market
price for barter in eash or merchandise.
CsT'All our Zeigler Bro.'s Shoes at COST,
to close them out. ;
... : . P. & S. LENEHAN,
..' r - ' Saccessors to Joe Leuchan. '
Dechcrd, Tenh Sept 27,1883. ly. -
All orders will
receive prompt atten
; : ocvl8-3m
ICW- DSEF MARKET.
We "have opened a beef market at our store
trathe Square, and' propose to furnish the
best beef at the lowest living prices. ' We so
licit a liberal share of the public patronage.
Highest market price paid for beef cattle,
sheep and hogs. -Sept.
20, '82. T. J. JACKSON & SON.
; Theory and Practice of Teaching.
v-';: - ' :' - .
THE FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION
Begins August 29, (Tuesday) 1882. The outlook for the future is full of prom
ise. The enrollment was 347 the past year. The growth from- the first La betn
. steady and healthy, and to-day the Normal is - the largest school of its age in
. Tenoexsee. - : - -- " - - -
A FULL FACULTY !
Of earnest, experienced, and successful teachers are employed. Besides the sev
en regular teachers, several awistant?, full of vigor and enthusiasm, render val
uable help. . .
Dr. Joseph Baldwin, author of School Management, says of the President, J.
. W. Terrill: "Asa teacher and manager, he has few equals. His school at
Huntsville impressed me as the be6t I had ever visited."
; Dr. W. KRothwell, of William Jewell College, Mon says: "Few men of his
age in Missouri, or the West, have won and sustained a higher- reputation as a
successful, practical teacher and College President than Mr. Terrill."
Prof. W. P. Nason, President of North Missouri Normal, says : to He is an
educator of the very first rank ; that as a presiding officer and teacher he has
very few equals.". . ... - . . ...
Prof. R. A. Clark is a native of Tennessee and a christian gentleman of the
highest type. lie has studied and taught for twelve years in the town of Win
chester, and his vrork and success in the class-room show him tonday one of the
most accomplished teachers in Tennessee. While he is a self-made man and
teacher, and no graduate, yet none of our college-bred teachers will dare qnes
. tion or test his ability and skill by competing, or comparing results, with him.
Free from the restraints of the old colleges he has readily, accepted natural, or
Miss Mattic Estill graduated in Mary Sharp College in 1875, and that insti
tution honored her with a position as teacher, giving to her work and scholar
ship much praise. ince then she has spent two yean in the Normal preparing
herself for the grand work of teaching. She is a lady of fine ability, and an in
defatigable student and worker. Her fine social qualities, her long training in
Theory and Art of teaching, her scholarship, and her experience in actual work
of the school-room, all combine to make hir a very superior teacher. Her fit
ness, both natural and acquired, will be admitted by those who witness her
work. - '
Mrs. Colie Terrill, Principal of Preparatory Department, has had an expe
rience of twelve years in teaching primary branches and little children. Only
aiier years oi aruuonssiuuy ana training did sue enter upon tins work. Since
tots i i . i. . z in: i . i?. rill i . . ii . . . i . i
joiu Mic uas iugui in i liicnesicr ; anu n win ne aamniea oy an maisne has
lifted Primary Teachiug to a higher plane of excellence, thus conferring lasting
benefits on our vouth and schools. In Primary Work she is without a near, not
' nnly in Winchester, but, we believe, in this portion of the State.
, j1 Miss Bessie Beauchamp,' of Texas, takes the place vacated by Prof. Wm.
Mcllheran. She has several veare' experience as a teacher. We assure our
atronsand students that no mistake has been made in her selection. She was
or years a student of President Terrill's in Missouri. ' '
Miss Lillie Bledsoe has taught the Music the past two years, and hcrsuccees
has warranted the Faculty in purchasing new instruments throughout for her
'work in future. In this Department she will compare favorably with teachers
of other schools. .
' Miss Mamie French takes charge of an Art School in the Normal. This is a
new and valuable feature to which we call especial attention. She is well quali
fied, and comes to make permanent and successful this Department of the
M'ss Maud Terrill, well known to the students and friends of the Normal, will
teach half her time in the various Departments, as may be needed.
Send for catalogue to -
JAMES W. TERRILL,
July 24th, 1882. - ' - - ' ' Winchester, Tenn.
Are closing out their stock of Dry Good, Boots, and Hats
x THE REASON WHY:
The most of the merchants having given up Hardware to us, we
are going out of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats, so we can keep
of Farming Implements, Wagons, Machinery, and Heavy and Shelf
Hardware. A pretty good stock on hand, and are going to ADD
LARGELY. Also, will keep a big stock of Groceries and Queenawafe.
i Bring us your barter and wheat, and buy your goods from us.
Respectfully, CARTER & BRO.
Winchester, Sept. 20, 1882. "
WINCHESTER WOOLEN WILLS,
MRS. M. GRIFFIN, . Proprietor,
ij ii ti io
Ft J. lillllllUlJUl - Ull UUIUI .iJllUUllllJ
J . ,- J
LADIES' BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
And all sizes and colors of STOCKING YARNS.
ji Pure all-wooL goods a specialty. "a -
. . - , . -, ,. ..
Will always have a cheaper grade of goods- on hand. Will receive harter,
such aa butter, eggs, vegetables, poultry, bacon and lard, in exchange for goods.
v . WOOL; . ORlDIISrGr.
We are now prepared to turn out Wool Rolls of the best quality. Our Wool
Card having been thoroughly overhauled and refitted, we challenge any to ex
cel us in the quality of rolls made. Price eight cents per pound-when deliv
ered at the Factory ; when shipped by railroad we pay freight one way and
charge ten cents. Will also card Wool on the tolL ,
- Arjscsx 7, 1882. I take pleasure in stating that thd wool I had carded at the
. Winchester Woolen Mills this season was done to my entire satisfaction, and
don't wish any better. ' NANNIE E. EMBREY,
- . , . r ! ; wife of Jesse W. Embrey.
, 8,A11 consignments, orders, Ac, will be promptly attended to. ,
' Aug. 16, 1882. , . .. . -y - f----- ' .
D. W. HUGHES. , . . , - , . , F. P. MABOJET.
, Mannlacturers and wholesale Dealers in
MORS SiSli RIIKM
Ut lUUllUl MlUllr UUlLWkJ)
: i J Cornices, Flooris;Weatier-BoardIpgrMaaUcPicces Brackets, 1c
Rough and Dressed Lumber of all Descriptions.
Shop Corner Cowart and Louisa.Streets,
Aug. 16,1832 6m CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
JOHN F. VAUO
Dealer in and Manufacturer 'of
COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WAEE. -
I have the exclusive richt for the manu
facture and sale, for the counties of Franklin,
Lincoln, Moorel Bedford and Coffee, of the
best Coffee Tot in existence. Try one.
Has now on hand a large assortment of
losking andHeaiisg Stoves,
which he proposes to sell
Cheap, exclusively for CASE.
Has also a full assortment nf Jiinnnnul atwl '
Pressed Ware on hand, besides . '
Pumps and Pump-Tubing.
4S Roofing and Gntterincr done to nrrW
in the mont approved style.
Jan. ii, isa-ii
In Circuit Court of Franklin county,
(Bill for Divorce.)
Alice Linville vs. James Liaville.
In this must it nrxri nr - tn tht nnAr-
signed, Clerk of said Court, from complain
ant's billjwhich. is sworn to, that the defend
ant, James Linville, is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary pro
cess of law cannot be served upon him.
It is therefore ordered that publication be
made for four consecutive weeks in the Home
Journal, a newspaper published at Winehci
ter,Tenn., requiring said non-resident defend
ant to appear on or before the fourth Monday
in November, 18S2, before the Circuit Court of
Franklin county, Tenn., at Winchester, and
Dlead. answer ' dtmnrnr nthnrwiuA mlrr At
I tense to said bill, or the same will be ta-
I u t. t i J . l ? .
tu iui vuuivsaeu uuu eei lor Hearing ex-paris
as to him. - .
Witness mv hand, at office in Winchester.
Tenn this September 25, 1882. "
Custom-maae uiothing House
J. W. Lindsey & Co.,
72 Church St, Berry Block, Nashville, Ttnn.
Make a specialty of Men's." Youths'. Bovs
and Children's FINEST CLOTHING.
Oar prices are marked in plain fiirurcs cn
i he citizens of Winchester and vicinity are
invited to call and inspect prices.
- J. W. JLLNDSxiY & CO.
Medicines and Chemicals,
FANCY & TOILET ARTICLES,
Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, tie.
Prescriptions carefully compounded with
accuracy and dispatch by competent persons,
at all hours of the day and night.
Mrs. Thoi. L. Marshall. Mrs. Iluoh IF. FritzcU.
ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
IO North Summer Street.
Nashville, : : : Tennessee.
Til . TT .11 . .
mis jioici nas recenuy ncen cnureiy rt
f urnished, and is now ready to entertain tran
sient as well as permanent boarders. Tran
sient, $1.50 per day. . may4-tf
Carpets, Oil Glotiis
No. 31 North Cherry Street,
Particular attention el ven to orders. Posi
tively no goods taken back, - .
dec21 lv -
Brannan Hunt &Thcmps on
-A-ttoriieys at Law,
Practice in the Courts of Franklin and ni
ioing counties, and in the Supreme Gourf at
Nashville. Prompt attention given to all
business entrusted to them. inay20, 'SO.
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in the Courts of Franklin ami
adjoining counties, and in the United States
Courts and Supreme Courts at Nashville
scott r. ns.
DAV13 & MARTI fi.
Attorneys ot Liitt,
Will practice in the CourCr. of Frftskiia srd
and adjoiningcounties. 'v uiaySo
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