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n 10 u I, ti III 110ME JOURNAL. Ol'il MAILS. MAIL CL0HK8. South Kuril' .10:30 A. M. 2:M p. M. 12;S0 p.m. 4:UI p. M. vi:n.-, 1'. M. AKHIVEH. 'iifili--simiili-- I,KK I ItAILl!AI TMIE TAttLK I)K(.J!i:i:i).TKNX. NOIItlf. N. i -"" So. 4 " -.o.ti " Jfu. I l-cavc . a " fl.J.jp.ni 1 0.4 "i i. in 8.2.) a. in SOITII. 1 l.i7 II . III. 12.K a.m. 7.25 p. in. :i mill 4 run ilnilv. .m. tiM""tTvXUK, A,,,. A lirst-cluss lmnicss liorso fur sale by C'nrter Uro. .Services at Trinity Church ncxtSun (ny morning ftiul night. Prof A. Jourdiui has two hits fur sale and iv liouso to rent. Ann!)' .soon - n Good seed vrheut, nnd a cnr-lond of fertilizcre to bow with it, at Carter V lira's. Several coniniunicutions crowded nut lliia week. They will nppvnr in our jicxt issue. Tle Wiuehester Literary Society Vil meet at tlio residence of .M r M. U. Williams next Friday night at 8 o'clock. Mr. Fred. Ilcep, of Texas, who has Ki'ii visiting friends in this vicinity, left Jlmulay for Louisville, Ky. He will visit Ins friends here again Lefurc re turuing to his home. Tlitf Concert ly the Coleninn Boyu last .Saturday night was well patronized, and tlio boys acquitted iheniselves liaudittiiiiely. The receipts amounted to over 6-J ' The buys gave mi entertain ment at Tracy City Monday night. J. Wm Jones writes to one of nur citizens that Ho I Capers does not now, nnr did he whrii here, represent the (Southern I IiHtorical .Society. He I uu I ban discharged, and had no au thority to represent the Society. Tin! Prohibition Club is called to meet in Temperance Hall (basement of 1' I' Til 1 1 1 j. Ill V- liiirllt Sil.nl 1!!ih, 7J p. ill. This is no secret society. All temperance people are invited to be (irc.-oiit. linportnnt mailers will be cuiisiuered J. A. Cauxi:!!, Ch'nin. Mrs. Martha Moscley, aged about 80 vihi's died at the residence ol her son-in-law, (Mr. C. A. Coleman,) in this place, last Friday. She was aoud ivo iimn. I'Yr years before she became af Hided, she v.as noted for her kindness in uaiiing upon the sick. The IJ'uird of Mayor and Aldermen kre made arrangements with S'ucril!' Oakley to take care of violators ol the eirrmratiou laws one room in the wanty jail to be used for that purpose. Messrs. J. L. Hiuigh and I. C. (luriier are cnipuwered to sell the calaboose LuiMing. Mr. V. M. Loonev.of Jackson coun ty, Aln., accompanied by his wife and tliiM, al'K.T spending several weeks with friends nnd relatives in Winchester and ncmity, returned home to-day 1 ties . Air. Looney is a son-in-law of our Mecmed friend, Air John L. 1J Wil liams. NOTICE. AM i:irtics indebted to Filzpa'.rick it (ircfj- "7a e hereby untitled to conic forw ard mill tillf iinincdialclv, as llic bminexs'of the firm Jll-.t li t I'lnyml 1 'ill. -UK bi.l I li.iiii.iily II n ,11 III!.. 'Wclaiiuii will lie put in (lie hand of an olli- titur enl lection. J. 1. UKM.oin . Stpl . 1 1 , ( !ii Surviving partner. Mrs C. C. (iuilford, ( wife ofl'rof. C. '! (iiiill'ord, fonnerly a good citizen of "'irtown, and w ho had charge of the ll.t.v . . ff L.I 'luteal iJepnrtineni ai Aiary nnarp I.'ii!Ii"c. ) di.id iii ISoston recentlv. A t of friends in Wimdiester decnlv viiiniit lizo with l'rol. (fuilloril in lus 'iciuenient. Wc direct, attention to the announce- "ifiit made hyllmi. Hichard Warner in ""r paper this week that be will address iW'tienple nt Winchester on the 1st Monday in next mouth. Mr. Warner ifi IS n (liiv.ito.l fri.iii.l hi Ida fi.in.it i I llenlK 1il"l Ills liersomil worth ns n friend Sought to cull forth a large hearing as to ""stewardship. Our good Im)y friend, Mrs. Martha mini, was t ir iirst ncrson to nnv lax- :f" Wi, so our County Trustee, U. ' Smith infiirnia llu Mr. Klllilll msilntW T i " .i.. ".i ... Mati 11883 WW:; .hlato r. i L....I....I 'iv. r. ' i,.," v"uiiiv anil ociiooi in tor The total ntnoiint of the bonds is lJ'iO(,0. Tim following uro bis bonds- i1; JesseMcClure, Simeon West, W. fieynolds, I). S. Reynolds, John James Sisk, I. N. Martin nnd E. Elliott. Mr . "ednesdav. thn lost., is the f'y losiguniud ,y our town authorities I Cleail lll tlio .niiinlii'V' iifnimilu It "Patlier is nut uniliiMi. Ilm unrL- "uu mi me nexi ouv. ins ?tncly hoped that all who have rela- . . uureel in tlio cemetery will lend a The condi- m iL,t .i.. , - me grounds nre in now docs 'tsnpnb . 11 """ U every IOWU Ull oer lllO noim t,,r tbegood immeof ourlllgt mvc Sl,mctliing to do. Women i, , , - "wo uu cunnoi '"II. I ...I... . .. . go in person , 11 "'"J a hand. ornVtriliotn iihuipv 'Talmud. t Thursdav a coming to town with his sistcr nw and !,.. ..i.-.i.i i i i Irinlii V ' ins norso nccumc ,o'"ciicd nenr Mr. l,.i.t il iurid' I'Aul- 'e"cci and madn n dci i... it;.. i ..i tri1'ul.ll.ll Pities out. Mr Kich- l. ""'" n il I O . ..!.!.. I N M ii- i '""-r-iii-iuw , i who oi i'H"" on, a conductor on the imiTi.. 1Hllr'.'"d,) were badly though oil,.. Pr"!!? y The child was ' Tin Huh t..A i rfcTMe8e( nnd are do "WI. Aln l .. ..i. i , . "iiouviir Ii "'V,m,"s,""s niisoami ,nJ ..n. "U me liavott io nee , cut. "111 reiiinin hnfil i.t u..ui uu, who receivers. Sunday Thoughts, Sept. 9th. Every uow nnd then wo feel impelled, by mmihpif), to inflict a few Sunday thoughts upon the readers of the Jour nal, and whether they read these thoughts or not wc little euro, because our pleasure ceases as sunn e cease to write. In this rcsnect wo. nm liLn .,.,(, i i ... , .. Jn' , ltlm 'vgarc.iess ol consequences, nd the,, ,V.cnt ,, rfi. peiiiiwice conies too jute. In order toir""c to those who listen :aticnuy io enjoy a little hurried delight they email upon themselves lives of quiet grief, if not undying misery. Oh ! how many ttuiti .1 i . I ...vi. nun women, u mey could read i mini we nave already uttered, would call to mind some iiiomciitu.'v pleasure which has coft them vears of i .iin nm anxiety 1 How many arc to-dav in prison and disgraced j how many wo men are outcasts on account of Vmcl verdicts of public opinion all because 'bio tattle, unchristiou judgments all they chose some hurried delight, some H of this kind that afliict the persons short path to present gratification ! J tt''0 pray by night mid steal your char They did not Hop t ) reason that flowers jiieter from you by day would all these wither Hooii, but seeds bring forth for- could be put down by the seedmen as ever. And public opinion is a soil well fertilized, wherein the weeds of scundal and tattle do grow most luxuriantly, without cultivation J5ut our Sunday Thoughts, which wc have so often ushered into print, and which our Mr. Diiliu calls "mental vn- gurus," have sometimes met with kind-! respect for the devil this ugly day. All ly comment. One thing wc nre lirmlv the sin that is committed is laid on the persuaded to the aflirmaiive of if we I devil. A good man of the church, not said aught in confliet with religion;! ilon- long since in W inchester, said ho was mas, or piirilanisin in uny shape; if we hasty in saying something to us that said aught to displease the tyranny nf it )van the vwk uf the dv ril and not the public opinion, or the vr.nilv'nf men or;""'''1' "f Murfrr that actuated him. women whose "little learning" tuadej Well, wo thought afterwards id' how them quick to suspicion that wo Iiad j ,llll'b w I'dil upon the devil how lowered ourself enough to think id' fieiw mucli the devil had to bear for the while writing in a nobler s.'rain; we meanness ol 'men. lieally, the church were sure to find it out. And sineel ' putting too much on the devil. II (bids of this kind can be mollified with ' bad uur way wc would say to Chris foolish explanations, w e never found it j 'i"" : Vim shall not atleinpt to diflicnlt (n prevent n duel. If wc said i "shoulder oil'" your sins on the devil, something meritorious, perchance some! The devil has enough to bear, and ynu good friend, .w ho was competent to ap- ,1i",t cmne strictly up to the law of the predate, would tell us so, nnd w e al- church. If you have been forgiven you ways bad sense enough to feel momenta-' will do right under all circumstances, as ril v L'ood over it. Sometimes ilcsi-ruiii!' Christ did, and not nllow yourself to be men, or women, do try in this world to influenced by the dovil, for that is nd .. . . 1 J . .. .... .i . .i i . -i i .. find wrong where no wrong was intend ed, and it is fearful to think how often they succeed History tells us that ureal effect have followed slieht cniiscs. It tells ns that a basin of water spilt mi ! ""'' benrt was dead, ami our thoughts Mrs. Masham's gown deprived the Duke ' 'ar, what good ? Wc have looked sad id' Malboroiigh of his command and led ')' "l"'" faint premonition of Nature to the inglorious peace of Utrecht ; that "'at suinnier is past nnd we should "In v one of the most desolating wars ensued i ond mid coal. The little ycl beeausfl a minister of Louis XIV was low leaves that flutter awhile in the nettled at his finding fault with a w in- C'hl breeze and lhen go zigzagging to dow; that Helen lostTrov; that Lu.'earili sweet messengers they tell us cretin was the cause of the expulsion of j tllllt wo must prepare for winter. '1 hoy llio'l'iirniiiiw rn.rn.wl piiiisp. Imii-i.tnrV ledl us of death, also. Hut wc do not thai an insulted husband led the (iauls to Clusium nnd thence to Koine, 1 v- p - . . . I and so on, nnd so on. An order to make Cromwell disembark from the ship in which he intended to sail for this country resulted in the loss of Charles' head nnd the brilliant reign of the Protector. And it seems to us that everybody wants to be n Cromwell, but Nature did not give them sense enough. They want to make mountains out of molehills, but they engage in tuttle, which proves them at once to be fools, for no man or woman has ever yet uaineil, in the long run, by tattling or roonting, even, tho tattle of those poor creatures who are to he pitied for having no more sense than is gained from such novels as Ouida's, or the "Seaside Libra ry," both of which ought to be sup pressed under a law captioned : "Men's humanity to Women.' Hut this is the Dili of September, 1H.S:. It is Sunday. Up to this hour, 2 p. in., il has been n gloomy day, but . ... ,i . ! I r. ... .1 i- uow me sun is making a. iciiii snow oi his elfulgi nee, ns if he wanted to pnrt very soon in peace. Ke'nlly, wo have had a foretaste of winter. The whole forenoon has been distinguished by cool ness ami absence of sunshine, nnd we cannot help being depressed by n gloomy sky nnd damp atmosphere Sonic pro fessedly pious people covet days of this kind as an excuse to remain at home ami not go to church. If some of these same (ids had a chance to go in car riages to church, and there flaunt their fine apparel and jewelry, and the gold clasps (so-called) upon their prayer looks, they would do so, and then, it they tbougfit worthy of notice, would upbraid as for staying at home, where we sit now nnd gaze ever and anon up on the blue Cumberland mountain that curves so gracefully in the distance around Winchester, while the high in tervening hills seem to beckon us up to seethe works oftiod the untold mil lions of years gone by. Oh, it is most delightfid to live in such a country ns this. Il is a glorious climate at nil sensons of tho yen r. We saw nothing to equal it in our late trip to Mexico. Tho people here nre poor, but no one is starving Wealth is generally scat tered, nnd the little "style" put on, by those who nre uble, is not taken ns evi deuce that they arc any better morally "' liueliccinaiiy, or inai euey lire iuok it . ii . .. it . .. il.. rcnneil We put it all down to "good luck, since the results ot the war brought an upheaval in social matters and merit just as greiu convulsions in Nature have forced strains into posi tions where the geologist can discover very soon their value and normal posi tion. Society will soon regulate itself, excent as to the swinmng of the pendu 1 ti tn from one extreme, to another, ns we have it hero in Winchester nnd nil "well-reirulated" towns. We nre con dcinned one day we nre praised the next. Sonio local question divides us, and bitter worda are said, but soon all conic silently to know they nre fools, und all am-ee to unite. It is the same n pverv town all over tue worm iuon " .. .i , i t must ML It notlung else concerns them of a public nnture they will in dulge in ncttv scnndal, nnd we are glad of it. Wo do not want to see their minds stagnate, for it mny be they w ill have a change of heart after awhile and do better, and just then they will need energy. Unfortunately, however, most uf them lose energy just about tho time they nre no longer lit to do good for Well, it is a glo'"y 11 lins ., .u,.. fin- the rrons in the great CIMIIV t"' O"-'" ,1 - pi v..Mi.w wliero there is ft prospect et .i . i r.. nnituiiu. iii in - 'thinU of the corn cn. ."" , : !.,. x,,rn nli'padv however, timsc woo ,.- ' 1,. .. Ill mil io ( Oil 10 11 nil "-h 'i' ... ..... OUC to price so long as i" vu "-j starve, but, takiug our belief that corn will be valuable, will gmtly prens for all lici tan gel. And these arc Sunday Thoughts. We look from our wind.iw upon pear, peach, plum, apple mid other trees. 'I he pear tree, ,,w Illmiy ..t)mv ,.llV0li Te wild-goose plum shows red ones. We observe that summer is past. The trees say so. Tliev nre onlv whispering and nh ! if' we would only listen , and heed the whispers of vice when it whispers in the Ml-lhr it is fall all the such vli!ieriiigs We sec the decay ol nature already that is, we see the de cay of the flummery, the fashion, the Imiigs nnd .Mother tliilmards, the muck . . . . i up styles, in the decay oi i lie annual haves hcautihd in death, lliey were lyrrni lielorc, and death gives them res pect. ould to (jod that all the inler- nai hvpoensies, blind luillis, false perse culious, ridiculous superstitious, unjii-t eoniments, ignorant surmises, contempt M . ..... 1 !.!...: .. !.. I . I aunual Oh I we ought to have gone tochnrch to-day. 15ut, "Cui Uunol" Mr. Cur rey, what good ? Wc are so glad that we have churches nnd preachers, and a devil. If wc had no devil, your nccu- I lull Inn uniilil ho irnnn. YVi fei.l miiiu initting thnt the devil has more power than t.iod. ell, wc ought to have gone to church to-day, but if we, had gone and . . .i t i want to think id (lealh The majority of men aic slow to do wi. We do no' want to go to the dark valley, not even if it should lead to Paradise. As Pren tice said : "We do not want to go down in the ehimp graves, even with princes for bed-fellows." And Prentice alluded to tho beautiful dream of Ion, and that hope ol immortality so eloquently ut tered by the dotith devoted Creek.'" w hen about to yield his life as a sacrifice to iii te, and said iu reply to Cleniaiithe as to whether they should meet again: " I have asked that question of the hills that look eternal ; of tho clear streams that flow forever ; of tho stars among whose fields of azure my raised spirits have walked iu glorv; all are dumb Hut as I gaze on thy loving face I feel that there is something in love that mantles through its beauty that cannot wholly perish. We shall meet again. Clemaiithe." This was beautifully said by Pren tice, but we sit here this Sunday and wonder if Prentice the gifted poet wasn t writu e in ni fodi and not tx rinite. However, grief brings out our noblest virtues, just ns the fragrant arbor vitio yields Us virtue to cruel .prof sure. Just so it wos that the cruel ty of persecution of the Christian sect made hiimnnily relent in their favor, which redounded to the glorv of (Jod and tho establishment of His accredited sou, Jesus Christ, all over this land. And sitting here, lonely, this Sabbath day, with malice towards none, wchope our erratic Sunday Thoughts may nol unproiiiauty me space iney uoiniins week's Home Journal, for we nre sick and weary, nnd could not goto Church. And yet, tins dismal day wc aro put to thinking of the host of follies and sins we have to nnswer for ns many almost ns Dr. White, of the L( banou Herald but we would wipe away all tears from nil eyes and fill every henrt with sunshine and happiness. Such a fecl- injr must surely possess the nosom ol ev ery one who is irniy a Ltiristian, cise prolessiuiis ol Christianity aro talse ami utterly sintul Tho Event Will Occur Again on Oct. Oth. There was excitement through the land over the l-llliol August (the J0!)th Monthly) Drawing of The Louisiana Slate Lottery, lien Is u. 1. Uetiure gard, of La, and Julml A. Early, of Va . both of them used to hot weather. found it warm. Ah the Wheel of For tune revolved, il evolved this result Ticket No. 94,177 drew the first prize of $75,000, and placed with others aiiioi)!r the huppv purchasers of fifths ut SI each were Kev. Moses Zerovieh, of No. 548', South Cnnnl si., Chicago, III., and W. T. Muse, of Rocky Mount, N. C. No. Gl, 880 drew the second prize of 2o.0U0 so d in filths also nt 81 each, to Samuel Selig and Dr. J. M. Littlehnlo of Selmn, Ala., nnd (Justav lhiuman, of No. 40 W. Monroe st., rare of tho Preblo Machine Works Co., Chicago., III. No. 07,50.1 drew the third urine of 810,000 sold as a whole at 85 to Jack Graves, the driver of the Stockcll Fire Engine Co , of Nashville, Tenn. Nos. 75.779 nnd 70,119 drew the fourth two prizes of JO.OOO each, and were sold in fifths at $1 each, to Messrs Wm. E. Oaten. C. Willis, A. A. Prescott and llobt IVne, of Vickshurg, Miss.; Mr J V Voudorsmith, of 2029 Locust st., Philad'a.auda party in New Orleans, La., among others so on ad infinitum. It nil goes over npnin on tlio 'Jin day ot Wctoiier, ana an uuor niatinn can be had on upphcation (o M. A. Dauphin. New Orleans, La. Several new advertisements issue Head them. this From Alto. Wo mo glad that wc have uch ex cellent county papers. The Home Journal, for instaiu'c, is occasionally marked with some of the happy editor's sparkling humor, and ugiuu with his unerring logic, a sample of which was recently brought to bear in the article, "l'urilniiism Cnpurilied." A friend ol ours was convicted and happily convert ed (after a certain order of t'hinos) ,v this able confutation of u prcvuilin'' nonsense. The party ubove mentioned is convinced that the mere ohsi i vunce of the Sabbath, and the meeting id' per sonal obligations o oik:' rc,.,,:iii will not supplement that new hinh rec ommended by our great High l'liest whiht on rurtii. Our farmers are just now very busy preparing wheat laud, saving fodder, and so f.nth. A new industry in this section tiuit of brick-making is engaging a number of our workmen. Our estimable friend,' JJock rprnrs, is pushing tins work very vigorously Wc predict that his industry will win fur him success A protracted meeting al l'clhani, near this place, has resulted in about thirty conversions. Uivc us more of tho whys and where fores of matrimony. We need encour agement. We are all bachelors, except the maids, and there is a probability that they may bo bachelors themselves ifyou will do vour whole duly in this mutter. Oive us more of "preparing breakfast, for l'lipa," etc , and md too in mil "John, cover the lire, bring in the water, put out the dog, bring the laudanum, get a box n' suull', ludd I lie baby, cany me to Pa's, go to the mis chief vmi heartless wretch,' 'etc. "Old give him a Caiii t,. liud" is jeltuig in earnest send ol!'. Aim, Ti The great earthquake and volcanic eruption in Jiua, which occurred the 2ith of last yuoiith, and which caused the loss of uliout 7f,M)i) liven and im n. ( Use property, appears to he the most frightful since the destruction of Her eiihiiieuni and lWpcii. Wc rend that there U no one of the many volcanic mountains on the Island of' Java that does not alibi J sulphur, and from smne of then: it is obtained without dillicultv and in such n slate of purity r.s to re- quire no preparation lor market. ol llv Hie-way, the .Muilrecshoro .News of the 7th inst. tells us that a well has been bored to the depth of scveu.I hundred feet on the faun of W. Y. Jones in Iliitherl'ord county, and sulphur water of powerful strength obtained. Hi re iu Franklin county wc have innumerable sulphur springs, and who knows hut Ullllllt III' I 1 ...Ml il.. .. II.. .....I- I...... .. .....ml ......n. ... ,ni.x uiiir in; iii.i, iiiiu.i;i,.iii volcanic eruption in this county. .Major. sparks, C. & M. r.t Murfreesborn, had better he saving his pinvers. A little shake of tins kind would make him have a Worse lit than wedid at Estill Siirinu's. Fiorn it"ar.vvc;i. A protracted meeting just closed at. tho Walnut drove Church. Several conversions were made. La-t Saturday the annual protracted i meeting of the Haptist Church at this place lieyan Kev. Mr. Lramloii, oft Winchester, anil Eiders Chick, of Lin-1 coin county, nnd lieeson, of Seottsburo, ! Ala., conducting the services The new school-house has been ehris-, tened "Walnut 1 1 iii Institute." Prof j (jirber, of Cleveland, Ohio, will teach the school, w hich commences Sept 17.1 An elihrt will be made at the October! term of the County Cmirl to baveaj much-needed nnd established from a point a little south of here to the top of the mountain, so the valuable, tin titers: and limning lauds in that section can , be utilized. Ciiaiion. ! Oar Agents. The following named persons are no thoriz'id to receive mid receipt fur sub scriptions to Home Journal : John II Martin, Winchester. Ooorgo E. Hanks, Deehenl. D. S. Long, Hockeiville. L. . Snrtain, Cowan. W. 1 (iussnge, Estill Springs. I. X. Martin, Maxwell. O. P. P.ruee, Huntland. G. W. Howling, Maxwell. Masonic. Stated meetiii'' of Cum berland Lodge No. MS, next Saturday night, Sept. 15th, l.SN.'i. It is earn estly requested that there bo a full at tendance. J'iV order ol thu N.iM. II. II. Dn.ix, Secy. Mr. S. C. McMahan, 'of Wisconsin,! has purchased u farm from Esq 11. 11. j Powell in thu 'Mil district, and will take possession this week. Wc welcome him o our county. Puhlic speaking ! HON. RICHARD WARNER, Mchilier of CoiireHr fmin this Ilistriet, Will address the people at Winchester en the 1st Monday in October. For Safe'rcfieap, One l'urlv-linive imwcr laiuinc mid Hoilei'i ((mmI us new, Will vxeliHiiRc for liuulivr. IXJUillTY Ml'li. CO., seill2-tf Miirfrecsliiirn, Tenn. Non-Resident Notice. R. F. Drake vs. Williams tfc Peters. It DiiiH'iiriiitt tn tlie sutisftietioli (if IlieClerk & Master from tlic ulleiiiitions mill nllidiivil in com)) o inn it I V Kill in ubovc cniisc, Unit did nilii ills, WillinniK nnd l'fters, lire non-residents of the Stulu of .Tennessee, so thnt tlie ordinary prucrs of law fiinnot lie served upon thein. It is llu n fort' ordered thnt pnlilicntion he nimlc for four cniiMcutivc weeks in thu Home Journal, puhlWuil in WineluFter, Ti nil., re quiring su'ul lloii-resiileiit defelidi nis to HP penr ami iniike ilcfi nso tosiiid liiil.uu orlte ture the fifth Moiidny in Oetolier next, hefnri' (he Cliuiicery (.'aurt nt Wiiicliester, Krtinklin comity, Tenn., or the smuu will be I ii kill fur roiifiw'td and set fur Inuring tx iart(i as to them. Witness niv Innd, nt oflice in Winchester Tenn., this Si'pl.H, 18K. Ol.KM. AKLK1X3K, ('. AM. Ity John Ar'.t Jfe, Dep. C. & M. rpi!2-lw Dissolution- and New Firm,' Iluvint! I'ltrelniird tin" Interest of A. S. Kinliivy in the slock of (foods of F.mliroy liros. iV Co., timl huvinu talu'ii IIiikIi II. Kni lirey in as pnriiier the iirm will lur'al'tir U Wiley S, KiiihreyA Son. l'.'lK(Mfllllv, W lldvY'S. KMUltl'.Y. II:iviiiK sold my inUri'i-t in the tincl; nf Kiiiiils of r.inlii'e.V l.ios. &, Co., 1 clieclfiilly recommend my successors, W'ilev S. ICinliriy A: Sun, nnd liopciik for them n libera! paireii- IW, KcslK'Ctl'llllV, A. S. KMIiliKY. N. I5.--I have the noli and in iiiiIm nf I'.nihrey Ilios. .S;t)o. fur collect ion, ami will ak iroinpt fCllh iiunls A. S. 1, NEW ENERGY ! GASH SYSTEM ! c itru iiiitkiir' titilioiinl ol' prices for ti li'W tlny, prepara tory to removal to our NEW STORE! Any "'ood.s will he sold tit nlinobt your own price. Our Mr. AY. S. Emhrey will start lor rs'ew York and 1 Jos- ton in a lew days, and we wi open with THE LARGEST bTOCK OF GOODS EVER BROUGHT TO WINCHESTER. AVe: tlcsiri! iat rcMiM-o, nnd V 1 try to ik';isc ny iiolile1 :tlt Htlll mid close- pniTS. Our prices will be tlie lowest nd our terms STRICTLY CASH, from which we cannot deviate, li'i'spccl fully, Wilsy S. Erabrey & Son, Attune 'j'.i, iss,:;. lai THE Pile E.N IX, of llai'll'inil ; THH .ETNA, ol' llai'lliiril; Till: KXOXVILLE FII5H, of Klioxville, Trim. Three better Fire Insurance ConiMiiiicsl cannot be found. llepn si nted liv WM. J. SLATi'iat. Policies issued at once on nil ordinr.rv risks i p 2 3 O S-l C C a rr. 3 n P a. 3 c r't j. 3 Z " 01 o 'jr. tn w o 3 o ca tVJ P P o o p 8 re" 3 r2 W P n a c O z r C W - o d 1-1 crq -;. cd 3 E. e u 'Jl a 002 W S 69 - co 05 s ? o R o o t? o o E, o o ? o o 1,.,. 771.. iV.irff. Mr- "3 MMI ot o:n!in U0TCI Oil ULUUU IIUILL.) IO North Summer Street. Nashville, Tennessee. l'hi Hotel has recently been entirely rc ninislied, ni'd i now ready to entertain tran ient a" well us peraiiuieiit boarders. Tran ient, SlaiOperday. iiiiiy4-ll TO- WHEAT-GROW Acd Other Farmers. Carter & Ilro. Have on hand a big slock of the ce'e bra led Keller Rubbcr-fer d Grain Drills ALSO, The Willcughb; Rubber-fccd Drills, ! Cheap for CASH or (i()OI) NOTF. Will also furuih Metal-feed Drills, but do nol consider them near so good. sk us our reason. Agents for Franklin county for the National Fertilizer Company s Fertili zers, from a cheap Composting up to a l ure ISoiie Muul. A good stock of the Iiumiiigton Clip per, Haver l lulled and Avery riows constantly on hand. We also ha vn a few South 1'ieiid, Advance, and 'hatla noogn Chilled Flows, which we will sell from i'T.ol) toi?.S 00. If von want a good Sorghum Mill and Lvaporator, come to sec us. If you want lo clean or grade your wheat, get one of our Separators only S2".U0 or '2'i bushels of choice wheat. I'ig stock of Wagon and l'uggy mate rial, Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Car penters' Tools, Blacksmiths' Tools, Shoemakers' Hardware. Tools, and all kinds oi (hind stock of Orocorics nnd Queens ware. Kespectfully, CARTER & BRO. P ell, oil", S.- Agenls fi.r Pish liros., Milch Tennessee ami Old Hickory Wag and White Sewing Sewing Mn- (' liues. Engines from $240.00 up. Victor Clover Hullcrs and other ma chinery. Chancery Sales, For October 1st, 1 ;.'". . J. Cushion et. als, ami others. vs. Samuel Siiles I'v virtue of n dime nf the Chancery Cniirlol l'raiilJiii eiiiiniy, T iin., iiriainiiiietdj al iii .lime 'J'rrin, ISS.'I, in i.liove cause, 1 will, on Monday, Oct. 1st, 1S8.1, at the CotirlhoiiK1 dorr ill Winchester, Tcim., 1.1 1 1 HI III, llllll.'l I't'lllll, "il ... ....i ; .. n ... . i. .. i. :..i.... . I. :.t.i.. .....Ili i.f and two vniis, eM'ipt 10 pir cent, to he panl in ca.di on (I.t v i if miIi , the follow 'iiii; dtwnlK'il tract nf laitil silmileil in r ratiKim ceiinly, Tenn.. civil ilislnet Xe. 'J. i n the Imn i ol ll ll!l,,IWI llirilH t .11 , Klk river, lnriimin al the for i of I'.lk l iver, i iti.-t uliiivt' the mniitli of hw Creek, iiiiiiiini;' with the mad as it ran in is'ittiiii lurtie' stoiiuinir white oak t'oimrlo V. l Unman A ' inysellj tln'iiee in a straiKUl nneio awuue imk and walnut slmi'liii!! near llie nnrlheafl enrner of the ohl lLillnw ny u'm Iioiim tlunee tn a miiirwiMiilstiiiiiliniroii llieniullieii!-! of the fiirllieriiii.st stable oi'lhesiiiil llolloway (11.111 iheliniiM'; tin nee willi said path Io within llirif mds of tliespriiiK ; Iheiiee soulh In the line of said llnlluway and. II Murrell's north bniinilary line; tin iiee with Klk river to the hcKimiiujr, ami eniilaiiiiiif,' acres, niniv or less. Null's Willi two or nunc K"od and solvent, securities will be ieitu'reil ol the lirehnscr, mid a lull will be retaiiieil oil the lait.l until all of the purchase money is paid. Tliii-Spt. M, 1.S.VI. ci.i:.i. ai:i.i:i !!:,('. & M. I!y John Atlnb.'c, D. p. C.AM. seplll-tils W Ihinsom vs. W. M. O.-bornc et als Hv virtue of a deetve of the Chancery Cniirl of Franklin eniinly, 1 eniKTsee, pro-. noimeed al its .lime Ti-rm, 1SS1I, III tilinve cause, 1 will, on Monday, Oct. 1st, IfvS:., at the Ciiinthmisc door in Winehestir, Tenn., oiler inr sail, io die iuucm imhiu-i, mi I ' l lil I ll... Ip.l..t i.f lllllfl LtllllVII IIM llm On. ... t .. I .. .1... I. !..!... l.t.l.l.... ....I borne land, siluated in cm i ilislnci .No. 2 ot , util i'miiiii,' ni.iit' t In ( Kvl lliiltiiw tn satisfy u1 jiulumtni tlini W. KaiiMitn, obtained ntuiiHt . W. M. O.dinrne et ain, ill this Court on ihcl . . . . . ....... .... . -ii i.. 'Till diiv nf .lime. IS,S;l. The i-aiiie will lie mid willi therijdit of two vears' redemption This. Unjust 'JiUli, lSSil. CI. KM. AHI.l'.IHil'-, " llyjidni Arledfti',IA'l. CAM. seit.'l-lds B. H.STIEF, 101 Union St., Nashville. BARGAINS IN Ml ill Diamonds, Silver Ware, Etc. In fact, fvervthiiiij found in a lirst-elam Jewelry Store. Also Manufacturer nf PLAIN (101,1) UINCiS, which are made to order at ahnrt notice, and hiirhest nualitv ciiiirimUvd. t'H and be convinced ut THE CASH JEWELRY STORE 101 Union St., bet. College nnd MarM- 11. II. STIKF. niij22-ly THIS PAPER KILB AT UKO. f. .7T.:.L n..rr..i 110 Hl'KUCB JOHN F. ViHN, ViiiclicH!cr,Teiuie'Sst , Dealer in mid M.iniifuetim r of TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE. The Queen. ) 1 lone ihr cxulu-ive- riyht for tlic I. anu fact uro mill side, fertile coiinticF nf l'rio klin, Lincoln, Monro, Bedford und Cnfl'cc,n( tho lies! I 'i ill'ee Put i n c x i.-tciice . Trr one . Hits now on html a larnc awnrtim n to! I wlih- i lie proposes to sell Cheap, exclusively for CASE. Ihis also n full :i-sirliiiuiit nfjiii:i lined and I'lvsM-d Ware on hand, lusidcs Pumps and Pamp-TubiDg. t&f' U ioliiiK ami (iiUtering dune to ordi r, in l lie miwl upproved ylvlc. Jan. 11.187lMf If You Axe GOING Northwest, -Oli- Southwest, BE SURE Your Tickets Read via the NM G. & St. Louis Py THE McKENZlE ROUTE ! Tlio l'ir.-t- his and laniirraitt Psweagers' FAVORITE I W. T. ROCERS, l'nss. Agatt, ('hiittiuiio!ii, Ti mi. W. L. DANLEY, (icii. lVs.&Tkt Agent, Xi'slivll't', Tenn. S. CARTER, Ticket A'eiit, Wim-liestcr, Tviin. SCOTT llAVIS. JNU. 11. MAUTIH DAVIS & MARTtW, . , . x. HOI It UyS ill JjUWj Winchester, Tenn. Will nriii'liee ill tlie Cmii'tr of I'l iiliklin nnd -- I , , nnd iiiljiiiiiinKCinil.ties. iiio25 ' . . ' , 1II.MIV 1IAK.II. TOM. EM llli FY. BAUCH & EMEREY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WlNe HKSTTI!, TliX.N. Will practice in the Courts of Franklin and ailjoiiiinL' eoiiiities; also, in the Supriiiw Court nt NiiHhvilli'. ; Prompt attention given tn collections, j lebH-'M JOHN SIMMONS. P. K. (TI.U SIMMONS & CURTIS, Attorneys at Law Winchester, Tenn. Will practice in the roimtitxif Franklin Coflee and Mmrej also in Supreme Court at Nashville, rrompt iillciition given to eol leetioiw. novH ()llie(Miiiiili.siists'iU(iI VuWuSiiunre. Fi.ovn F.svii.i.. Matt. N.Whitakik ESTILL & WHITAKER, Ittorncys at Law, I s Winchester, Tenn. Will practice in the Courts of Franklin und iiiliniiiini; counties and in the ftiprrnie . . . w. i...:ii.. n.... ik. Court at Nashville junlT- LIVERY AND SALE STABLE Winchester, Tenn. New and eh Rani Top ami No-Top liuggi. S, nnd llrst-chiss Jianii'SH itiut Niiuuc jiorscs. Iliiiws Imiinled ov me year, nioinn nr unv, " ". i ri ..1...1 ... I... :il,f,.l Vl'rv low, '"( ni'li iiiiuiiiiu in ijriioiiisiniii. Hacks run nitht and day ironi i inelicstcr in Dee bei il. l'asseuiji re culled for in any pnrt if town. and lia;.0tl!;i'clieil;id. iiprl-tf Kl.I.tS l).. J. W. CRISARD, Physiciim Surecon, Oilers hiK urofessior.al wrvteea to tlie citi zens of Winciiester nud surrounding country. IrtJ Olhce In the buililtnc oocuvii'd Ly Judge .1 . W. Williams, west side of Square. Kealiteliet' I lie l-dcnrtiil noose, near ! Tom.OriRoryV. June S3, 7. T. C. MURRELL, Silicon Phvsicio", Winchester, Tmmy- grM..y.on(U,.dt ..l ca.la-iu.p-. -. cinlntry. ' ' JL--. ' BEST WHISKT Tl iibiec to git the Wnt bran.li of Old Whiskiee, Bii'l pure, hue old Amde rnd,w at No. 40 S. Suniuier t., near I nun. I limer luiuors and CiBars YrtM ,,n innd. J VM1 KI1.1.K1.V.A, ....-, NasliviHc.liim, iii 4 !! v Mr: 1 .1 .'V i,i: ,'t 1 m "!' n (! i in i I'll 1 -1 '3 4 'if ' I' ' i ' I: k ill 1 . 1 !!." I" - f't. ... it i ... if 'iV! i nil ii!