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110MK JOUItXAL " Wv j .su rrr.i:, vmwu. One Mar, "'. (viiti'. Six l.lol.ilH, ... - 1" cc.lt.. 'i'hr c iiii.iiiIik, -- -: ti ill'- Wln-il scut out nf the county, tin- il i;i ('2-r, ccnli- hit :i 1:11.1 ii-mldid In iili'ne nil'.'. Wednci-doy, Nov. 14, lill The I,oiiisiilIe Lv"i:;!lo!l clonal hist Satur.hiy. I'n.liiliiii'iii clubs I"'' bciito nr-janiM-u in ilili.-re.ut j h j r-( 1 1 ) i of the Stale. ,1 " iiinl In death. .!: The win III i'hIii t " emu" to mi (ii'. lust TliU.fc-luy, a jirc-ilicled. At least tliis irti'iii i'i' il didn't. Our ('(iiiiiiiirhiniur (if Agriculture--(Y.pl. M- Wl.iitiT - is tn-iii hihlycoiii i.liimnicil ii-r cfli.-icncy hy llllJ Kx I'llildl ."tiltHi llllt'T 'MlOlllSIS I Ihnulolph ilinl suddenly lit liii- rccniciicf in Trenton, New .Jersey, n fe-v dr.y- l"'"'L'' t n 1 Tin-re in ail unit-mil lar": n iihIa i- il ! i:i(iriil, iiii'l In: m t : Jii'pM tiii yciir, mi'l it is tli'inlit tliul j.ork will In: che.ipcr tlnin ul smy lime t-i i.c' 'lie war. An i-x-OiiilL'iltniii! soldier f I-uun-m mil v, S. -',, 2 vents old, wlio wuh llnce lime si-riously wounded in battle. anil whose rrojK rt v lit tin: 1 omnium;,' ci tl.c wnr mis worth S'iO.OOO, f.dlo'ved the plo.v all hist summer fur his daily lir ml, and otherwise, worked hard fur n living. It ii. siid tliat (ion. Sh.-niimi lias re ceived houses and other presents worth .J.j(),li((J nincu he bei-itme General of the armv, exclusive of tin; l'.,)).) wurili ol .Ihiinoiids given liy thu Khedive to Mrs. Fitch, and much divide! among me Ceuornl's diiut-litcrs. I'""1 (In: ii't 15 voin I,.' hue been paid 6I7.5DO a year, hi.-, kd-.irv n:itil hi.- A Judge Who Lc&lclatcs. The nu.-diciil men o Ti-ov.n:villi: have 1 1. fii indict, 'J iv the ''lliml pirv, iimlcr tin: instruct! s of the Circuit Court -1 1 1 ,1 ri . (',! I'ivill! till .Jrl llltlollS lor ipiir'.i of v. Iii. l;y t-i p:-r.-"LM thev wanted it. i r sh-hm . f.0Ji!3 of the South. who Sllll t From tin: Knixvillc Chronicle. The nnc gnat need of t!ic South is killed labor. Whenever tin iron furnace is built, the mechanics must he brought from the North Whenever 11 great factory is built, tho builders must be brought from the North. Whenever a eitton mill is to ha built the architect must be brought IVoin the North. Whenever some grf lit work of engi neerin' hi to he coliMructcil, the en L'ineer.s must be brought from liie North Indeed, a very larc proportion of the .-killed tncehii'iiieiil indiK-trii s of the You'll lire ojicrate I by men from the North. The Southern youth who in ambition;-, of fame and fortune, etudles law or med icine, theology or eiliiciilioiial lilenitun:. The mechanical art fci'u looked 011 with di.-liivor 'I he result is the Southland in run ning; over with lawyers, doctors, teach ers and iteni'!iers, w bile there is a sud dearth of mechanical and mining engi- neers. fou-ihiiic: Mirvcvors, aiemiec Lold-i that the i!iMciaiir nei d tin: s : 1 1 f i 1. reim liagii' , niui-i see tlic that he or t-hc bofori: they can .-is "d a . 1. - - .11. m n nt..,-.1!rori' Schemo. i'miii the AmerL':iii Koiristt-r. The uttetnjit lo make a now political ii-sue out of the recent ilicision of the Siiprcinu Court has signally faded. 1 ho country is not willing to reopen the agitation ok-er the nuirru. The war set- lli'd whatever was dehiitable and unset tled on the negro question, and there is no farther need of vexing the country with this aggravating problem. The negro was not only enianuipaled, but for pnrliMin purposes wan clothed with the ballot nirl has all the rh'iitfl which are given to an American citi.cn all the political rights which can be given him bv law. Inasmuch, then, as he stands forth with all the privileges the federal Government can give mm, it would teem as if the nation had at charged all the dulies incumbent upon it. ami there was 110 luriiier iiccessny fir diseussiiiL' the case. Tho action of the .Simcme Court of the United States in setting aside an act of Congress found tube uncon.'titutioiiiil, cannot re- ,, 1 tin. nucstioii of the rights ol the iiii-ro, for no constitutional right has . - . 1 , 'I'l ' -nu li en (lellli.il llllll. 1 '" u vohj;i.:i-j, III iti '. . 0,i the lir.-t of this m nilh lhere were tixly-oii'.: lodges of Knights ( f Honor in Tcnney-.ee, and a membership of.'i.'J.'io in t'ood standing. In 1WJ there were thirly-one 1,'epub licau li'H'i rtiors in the I 'niled Slates. It now slands tivealv-.-ix iJeniocratiainl ; I .wive l;eiub!ieiius. Till! C'.iuttilUOo'M oil liie fiiindatioti of the M or- Hible tity in that city will c oi.iim w.t n'.iotit the lir.-t of next January. Another weather prophet has turned lip. lb' predicis t' :it winter will set iii in eanie-it 011 I'c I, and continue iron, fleel, brass, copper, silver and tin; which was set iido was an attempt to workers, furnace-builders, cabiiiet-ina- do Miinelhini; for which there was no kers. wood and .-tone carvers, bridge- warrant. It was cutiiely unnecessary, builders, book-binders. carriaL'o-iiinkers, and the lic'-ro is belter olf with the act !,.,.i,i',.t;,,i,.-iw , .,,111,11 will nod woolen-'iiiiniilleil. SeheiniiiL' politicians have uiill onenitoi. lini.-hers of fine leather, eiideavoied to lake advantage ui thif :i: it 'iiiiii t of whi.-kv t.,,,1 ciiilerv-iiiaki'is. boiler-makers, ; decision of the court to raise an issue 1 bv the Judge g'ass workers, plumliers and gas-htteis,;wliieli might give a ueeajing pan) harness, Kiddle and trunk-makers, piano something to tight lor, mil me ueuei iiii.l i,i-.f.iii.niMkcr,i. inaeliiiiisls. lianer-' sense of the ColllllrV has pill lis loot mill inieratives. bh'achers and dvers. ! dow 11 upon such nonsense and the at . ' ... 1 1 " . 11 . i- :i 'I' i cnli- s. ai olS. s iiioiiniKcrs. nouse- u iii 11 is 11 nai laiiiin-. builders, painters, Ireseoers, wateh-ina-kers, preserip'.ioiiii-ts, ami 11 hundred other oeeupatioii'sts reijiiiring tkillci! Iiniids and inielligent Ik-mIs. It is true we have native Southerners winning respectable fortunes in inanv : pi.-eiihe. io w here 11 11111:1 wa prc-vition, is regan u- iii'lleiiil. Growth of Railroads. 'I he growth of Soul hern railioinls since Jaiiuarv, 171), is reiniu liable, fully S-';"0,"(.il,l'l:0 to the coli-truet! II having neeii ui 111 of new bin s. I )il- rinif 1 he tn.st f lir years . I ,-.ale n - 1 r:.. ... 1. j ... 1-1 ii a. Li tn.-iaiiit and li xa.-havei I IK .1 Lll 1 1 1 l.O ,1 - i, ,. , ' " " . . .. , f 1 I 1.1. Culver their mileage. l-,v laig-i lias m i-u un increase in m In r labli- will show : The white ele incut bus a k iii 1! v feeling for the negro Thev do fiiiestioii the wisdom of the men' w ho forced him into the duties o citizenship, unprepared as he was for such a position, but they do not lav the upon him. blame lie is now an im i;. steadily until I he last of Man -tales tl.e 1' llov.ine I he liinigii departments of educated la- portant factor in the politic of the Imr. but after all liie maiorilv of the' country, and instead of tempting him to skilled laborers of the highest grades are demand more, the men who claim to be eitliir from elsewhere or have ' Indued by tl,o-" from elsewhere. Ajabamii Arkansas --- Florida ( leorgia '1 Ik: knkliix are giving the citizens of Kentucky.-. some porlious of (ieorg',11 much trouble,! I'ouisiana. . . . 1 : 1 .. '. .. ' Mi.-i---:ppi snipping ui.i. ou.crni.-e i.-no, ...,. N(li ( aroliua . .-. 1 .ItHO I .1.1.1 I 111! .If Vl.liU it 1-1. 411 I II lil I 1 I V III' Mileage Oct. l.s-Sli. ...2,lil)5 ...1,571 ...I.im:! .. 2,li 12 01)1 1) .. -U l' ...l,7H2 .Mi ihage been ' his friends should strive to pmperlv in 'struct him in the high duties In which We rejoice, however, to note the fact 'he has been admitted. Hut they ignore j.,,, iyi, I that the South is alive to the importance this very iieees.-ary duty and seek to ...'ot the .'lulleil imiiistries. wur young put 111 lis steau a ciaiuor lor tniniiioiiai '-'w' 1 1111:11 are looking with more favor on privileges. This is not done because .'llho-e pursuits rcipiiring skilled heads they think lie needs more privileges, i and skilled hands Our parents are 1 hut" because they think such professions Itpprclichd them. 1 niitcrs iia.eiti.-: iiioc journal 1 fin I- Iry to build themselves nji by i l.iiming siijicriorily over other joiiriinlh are a ili.-gracu to the profession, and are (.cm rally short lili d. . The (jovernor i,f 'I'cxa.-. says that an army of filly (hou-aml men could not put a stop le the catling of f, iu i , steal ing of sheep inn! shooting of negroes in tiial Slate. Terrible i-tutc of ali'air. l'ostal Inspector Ames 1'. rosier, of Texas, bus been ilistiiifsed f,,r "know ingly reiiih riiig to the de ai tuieiit lalse and fraud, dent, iiecmnits uml iherebv oblainiiig money to which he was not entitled." Of the 21), 7i; I, HOD people in the Coi led Slate jivrr Iheage of ti n years, iilimit 5,(1(10 cannot rend, and over I!, -(11111,000 cannot write. Those w ho en li mit write arc pretty eipially divided be tween the blacks uml w hites. Judge MeCrary, of the Coiled Stale Circuit Court, has recently decided that a S;ato cannot fix freight charge on a load pns iiig from one Slate into anoth er ; that this right belongs exclusively to I lie Congress of the United Slates. The New York Sun pny the, follow ing compliment to the Radical parly : "Seventeen months of good stealing still remain before the linal departiirt of the grand old parly. The manager will make the most of their last eppor- I'llllllCS. nut ii ( ' 'lol'uai-- 1 ,ol7 Teiiue.-e ...2,11111 Texas Virginia Tola o.Vi'iO ..2,5(1') 2ti,M!l 'r., 'pondering over the problem of eduea-'of friend-hip will stay the tendency of '''.7... ' ting their sons to become "glittering the negro to cut loose from his past po- 1 t.ie generalities or substantial specialties. , htical nssoeiatioiis anil hohl him last to And the day is dawning when the nui-lllu: Hepublicaii parly. The negro is, 7' ' chanical iirts and sciences, the tiiaelicul however, w ise enough to see that these . r i:r.. ,1 ....1: i ,1., 1 , 1 J. 1,;,., C. I l.,.v,,,l If I' l ' lll.lPlU'lien 'HUM. ,11 , 1- ULieillil,-i injnt.-i, 11111, jw, ,,,... w.,.. J' ' sau and the triumphs of skilled hands, proper limits is a delusion and a snare w ill be deemed more glorious and as aid cannot lie accomplished. 2, 12H 2,12X1 He Ta'rviagc on tho Ballot. Mr. Talmagc, in a late sermon, ikeiied the A in 1 ieau ballot box to the more valuable than the Icuordc main of , the leaders among them look coldly 111 .-,,....! tin: legal shyster, the quackery of'thc on the hypocritical pretensions of their I ' ,-'i" 1 i- .1 i-...... 1 ,1... 1...1,. 1. 1:... . c ,1... '.ii ... 1:. :....i ..11:,., 1 llieiiiiiii iiiiiid, liii: 11:11 1 iiiiiiicuij ,11 1111- net ,iiin leui allien iiiniuii: in'L iv.iiiij in ill educated preacher or the misiulorina- deiuaud more than the law gives them. lion of the iioii-cdiiented toucher. The paramount duly of I he white race In vain have Hie better class ol law- j in this country is not to hold out del 11 vers, doctors, preachers and teachers sue holies to the colored race, but t( struggled In keep out of their hotiora-! inake liiem worthy of the privilege! 'i.i,, ..,.,.r... .;.,,,. ii.,..,. ., i,.. i',h.i 1. !i.;. . 1. ,i. ..1 1,. ,...,,.. 'i t, l..,n,,i , ,. 1 . , , a -, I . 1 ! ill'. ,1, -I'll, lll'ir," .'11'. ,,' ,1,11, VI,,, v., ,, 1,11 , ,,111,1,1, i,i'.-r, nn. a ill. .... lie, ,k of the ( ovenant, and described tl'.o.,.,,, 1,., (iH )(,t,n (l ,,,,,,,; 1 ,,,ls ,,. rmy ,, ,,,',.,, ml .lisgraced iocs wiiicn t.esei 11. v 111 1 icii 111 11 0111 01 ( 0weruig ol t he tone of Hie profession by the iiildilioii of a mass ol ignorance the Nation, it hail ollcii cau.-etl Hie wa-; in consequence ol the niliisioii ol lulc-jlo its voting power, uml the highest du ter.i of Irouble lo part befure il, and had ri"'' material, ami the ill-maiini i'id com- ty of patriotism is to endeavor to make served as a relief nf popular feeling, ami , l,",,on "'T""'1""" . ;'-l'tK ameiuls or this evil l.y measures calci.. ,,1, siriiggic lor a iiveiiuooii in uiesu over thus prevented :i revolution by the vMh ni() sword, lis fate would decide the fate ( )iir Soiithcrn young men must be on- of the Nation. Ignorance is one ol ils , coiiraged by the public good w ill to pre- mi::hiiest foes. A property oualilica-! 11 '' career ol an iniicpciuiii.i, nr.-i li n fir cili.' tiship would never answer n.r many ol inc. nri-i.ic 1 ami n.esi 111- .,iV,lcn r tttci,r ,. u.lic.r. Public lelligent men never owned properly , 1 opinii.n l,ns niuc'.i to do in shaping' the while some of those who owned most of , course of young men in life. it were most i"iioraiit. No mini should And, in conclusion, wo will say that .of the negro care little nr nothing for 1 ,, , , . 1 ,, , Jyoiing ladies have lunch to do in sha- the protection of the ballot. All they oeaiiowe,, ,,, mm,, u..v ....... . . ... , lh(i mn ()). . Ull) as Uili.t is t.. ...nii.Utiii political poweraml uie i.ieiic.ui consul... mi., I....:.......- j,,,,,, .lH voiiiil? ladies worship at the nl- they care little how that is (lone, ihe the interest on the public debt, and Icll . tars of lawyers, doctors, preachers and 1 negro may well cry aloud tube spared 1 class, remunerative, skilled ineeliani 1,. ,i,.,, ,.r .. c..., ,.ii, .,11,.,.,,,,,. ,1.11111 t, llllll. HI il IllU 1 l ll-l ,11,1 1111"! II. ), luted to lessen its dangers. These mens' tin s are the education of the negro, the placing before him of proper examples ami such advice as he needs lor the jus fullillineiit of his mission as a voter. To do these thing w ell docs not need sense less airilatiotis nor the promise of fur ther privileges and benefits Hut the men who, with great ostentation, put themselves forw ard as the special friends the difference between a monarchical 1 teachers, and desert the allars erected n.,,1 a republican form of govcrnu.cn!. nkille.! i.mi.1 and hands-ns long as ,,, . , ,, , 1 .! young ladies prefer to struggle with res- Lducation should he , ipulsory, ami , ,,Vt-, t y as the wife of a pn.fi if a mail refuse il he should bo detiii d 1 t,iun., , to' becoming tho honored the ballot Sourious volinir was aiiolb-' mistress of a home of comfort as the er great foe. It is a crime, an attempt lo assassinate, the Republic. lie who lays unholy hands on the American bal-loi-box deserves extermination. Li I i' (U : A sjniiig of magic wafer that not only cures ill tho discuses of (he flesh, hut minister to 11 nil..,) .l.'w,.,ia,,,l lu I,.,,,.. i j! diseovered at Toyiih, 'IVxas. The use lUiiiM,i 1 ,v"l,r is lvl""'lll !" have com pletely cured a inn n who was siij.p, scd lo he hopelessly ii.Hiuc. Memphis Scimitar: "In Memphis work is plentiful, nml good carpenters, l.ricklavers and workmen of all kinds net irom SH.oO to 84 ami $0 u .luy There is any amount of work in Mem phis, mid good wages can always be. earned by good, competent workmen " Lord Hacoti wrote much relating lo life nml longevity His signs of short life arc quick jrrnuf.li, iiir, soft skin, noI, fine ,nir, early corpulence, In rite Jn'inl. siorl neck, smiJ mouth, ill ear, biile, seirrnted feefi. Some of I.i , 1 1 1 " nK,iH of long J;,,, (l.c jil.m. A,rou ,( jm1j ; . i 1 .' 1 , . . The Vcrbiago of tho Courts. lourse Imir, rough, freckled skin, (lcc "I was in Court a few day ago," said a lime-worn litigant, "when a young lawyer arguing before Judge Itnriiard, read from onu of the papers in the case including the verbiage Judi'C sug'rcs!ed a In ieft T slateineiit on the point, probably believing w ilh the Judge of the Sitpremii Court in the an ecdote, that Justices may be presumed to know something of the forms of law. The young man then staled his point in plain and condensed English. The idea then struck inn when would it be possi ble to relieve the law of all the lluinmery of thu verbiage now employed. In ac tual proceedings before a Magistrate ibis verbiage, 'h discarded as absolutely unnecessary 111 argument ; yet it is re ligiously maintained in all matters of pleading ami in all orders, injunctions, etc., granted bv the courts. Half the delays grow out of this use of verbiage Hub" Ihe quibbles by which some 1111 scrupulous lawyers make their living 1 ii 11 ro ua.-eu upon mis liccillcss use o tin wife 0 fa skilled artisan, so long will the professions be overcrowded, and so long will Hie .South have to look to Lurnpi and the North for its skilled labor. Tho Women of tho South, M.l.i.ni.l, in Helroll IV. e Press. Whenever iheih'iniigogiie of northern politics grows weary of kuklux ill the South, he assails Southern women. He claims flint they were enthusiastic over secession, encouraged rebellion, and 10 that (hey still hale the "Yankee" with a billiTticss almost personally danger ous. The first part of the charge is true Ihe latter an outrageous slander. Modern history cannot name a war in which the wives and daughters of an army were more enthusiastic and self- saerilicing. lo thu men of the South the war was the solution of a political problem. To the women it seemed an iitlcmpt of tho North to conquer and desolate ttio country, they firmly and I J Tin-rows in the oreheail, inn fleh with necessary words." A lawver ,vl V.l veins lying high, wide nostrils, lurge mouth, hard, gristly our, strong, con tigiiiiiw teclli. lie adds that early gray hair is not significant, as mime of the longest liver have turned gray in early lit'o. pi?: i'l. I V V ,1 t';i! Democratic majority being listiinated at . . -, -. 1 ,i rt11 I 1 III.IMII OU,VUI, Tho Lato Elections. The elections lust week resulted a I follows ; iMahonc was defeated in Virginia, the 1. t'i ill IJuilei was (lefenteil in iMassachiisetls by about 10,000. Tim Democrat!) carried Xew Jersey 1 . , . in.. m ny 1100111 j ,ut;. i. 1 v v .i. a t ... 1 , O'M' ' 11 14 "eiu iiepiini icnil. OA t Coniieelit'iit, rennsylvaiiiu. .Mii.neso' ; i in, Kansas, unit uliraska, all went lie 1 piiblienn. Maryland and Mississinni went I),.... r.l . 1 ....iinriii.n 3 ltli-.-;...-iqa. , ..... ..... 10 was 1 present ciJiild yivo him no encourag incut to look for a speedy relorm ; on the contrary ho irreverently said that I lie verbiage of the law was as necessary to tho existence of a lawyer as the lluininery of some religions w.'is to the success of its advocates and ministers. -K". Mia Wlfo Was Ma7fiod. "Are you married?" asked ilm .T,.u. ticoof u man who had been arrested lor vagrancy. " No, I am not married, but my wife is. ' " No inling with the court." " Hen veil bless us I 1 nm not tri lling with tho court. I w,w married, hut got a divorce. My wife ot nmr- ried again, hut Idiiln't; so 1 am mn married, but 111 v wife is." Savannah, (in , had a million dollar fire recently. nrncstly believed that the South had long been oppressed, and that the war was to further abridge rights and liber tics. Relieving thus, it may he safely asserted that nineteen out of every twenty women in the South were Tro jans in their courage, Spartans in their fortitude, and Uoninim in their faith mid sclf-sacrilice. Husbands and fathers and brothers were made ready for war and given a woman's blessing, and even had the Confederate conscription act been less stringent, the able-bodied man who shirked military service could not have lived at home for the taunts of the Women. THE J'lKKNIX, of Jliil'U'old; TIIK .ETNA, of Hartford; Tin: knox Yin,; fihe, of Kim.xvilJc, 'JVnn. Three better Eire Insu.nnce Companies cannot be loujil. Represented b WM. J. SLATTKK, Policies issued at once on all ordinnry risks from such friendship, for it bodes him no good and ultimately would do him L'reat harm. Let the negro seek wise counsels and be gjverued by what wi secure him ihe greatest amount of res' peel from w hite men irrespective of the designs of men who would use him for their own ends. This is wisdom, nml if they follow this course they will not lack lriemls nor inlluence. Our Agonts. The follow ing named persons arc au thorized to receive and receipt for sub scriptions to Home Journal : John 11 Martin, Winchester. (leorge K. Hanks, iJccher.l 1). S. Long, llockei villi:. L. Iv. Sarlain, Cowan. W. II (iossnge, Ksiill Springs. I. N Martin, Maxwell. O. V. Hrtice, lluntland. ti. W. Howling, Maxwell. Our p'rii'i's lor Jol Work niul ailvi'ilisino- arc as low as as those of any oll'ice in the Mate. 1 ry us. Mr. Dhiiiic gels from tho publishers f his new book $75,000 cash down and a royalty of l.j cents a volume. There are advance orders fr 1(M),0()() copies, and it is expected that fully 300,000 will l,u sjKI Mips, Mid & C:, ius.2i 5. 2(J Cnllc-e Stnct. NASHVILLE. : : : TENN. STOVES, TIKT-WAHE, rlaiD and Jaoamicd Stamped Ware, jflantles an.) Grates, WOODEN-WARE, k). Wk send our sqss a.nd daughters ? English, Mathematics, Natural Science, Philosophy, Primary Studies, OFl'EKS .SUl'KKIOK ADVAXTAOES IN Latin and German, History and Literature, Music and Art, Book-keeping, Penmanship, 'i:w Oiim:aXHi Aiigimt 1, Theory and Practice of Teaching. THE SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION IWins Auitil 7, (T.i. h.I.iv) 1HSI1. The outlook for the future full of prem iK... Tin .nrolliiieiit n :M7 Ihe li' year. The Krotli fn.m the liM ha- Ik. n Hleaily nml luiiltliy, mid lo-day the Norinid Ihe lurgiht sdinulol lis iifet' 111 Tvlliieiwit'. A FULL FACULTY Of cnrn..i.t, cxiierii need, mid smwwfnl teaelu-rn are iiniiloyid. Pssi.lis tin sev en n.iilnr teachers, iwviiral BMsislunts, lull of vior uml iiiIIiumumii, it ndir Mil lllllllf hclii. . , T I)r. Jo ,h Iliililwin.niillior of School MnnuKi nmil, snvs nf Hie I r.su ( nl, J. W. Terrill: "Ana teuclier and mniiiiui-r, he Iiiik few t.jmils. His seheel lit Iliuit-iville Inipn-wc'd mens tin- best I I11.1l ever vicileil." fir. W. It. ltolhwcll, of Williiini Jewell foll((,'e, Mo., save: " Kw 1111 n of Ins ane ill Missouri, or the Went, have won and siihtnimd a higher ruHilnlien as n hin-eewfnl, r:u'tici.l teiielur anil Culleev Presiilint thnii Mr. Terrill." I'mf. W. P. XiiHiii, I'lcsident of North Missouri Noneiil, nivn "He u nil ciliiiMilor of the very fust rank ; tluit as 11 prisidinj; ofliet r uml teai lu rhc has very few eiiiuls." .... , , I'ltoK. H. A. Cl.AliK is a native nf Tennessee ami a eiu ii-liiin m nil. n nil of ti e highest type. He Ir.i. stiiili. il nml taii(,'lit for twelve yrnis iii tlx- town ( f Win (lu ster, i'iiiiI liu work nml siu eess in ihe cliiss-rooin sli(w him li-(ly ( in 1 f ll.e most iiei-oinplislieil teiu-lierH in Tennessee. While lie is a si ll'-niiule 1111111 aril teacher, anil no tjmrfuiitr, yet iiniie of our cnUcKc-lind liii. h. rs will ih.ri .C.f lion or test Ids aliilily anil skill l.y I'liiiipetiiij,', or ci iiipniinK r. mils, with liini. 1' ret-from Ihe restraiiits of llieohl' colleges lie litis readily nec(l'l((l 1.11I11111I, or Nnriiuil, inelliii.ls. Miss Mattie Kslill Krailiuiled in Mary Sharp Collide in 1ST"., nml that iwn tiitioii honored her with a iositi..n as ti ai her, k'ivmik to licr work ri d schnhir ship iniit-li iraise. Since then she lias spent nio ymr in the Nnriiud yt pm ii K herself for the urinal work of teiieliiiiR. She is 11 lady of line nhilily, ini.j rn in-ili-faliiralile slu.leiil anil worker, ll.-r fun- social oiiiilitiis, In r limu' liiiiiiii'K in Theory and Art of teaching, her scholarship, and In r cxp( ru r.re in aetei l wolk of tlie'scliool-ro(iiii,iillcoiiiliiiie tu iiiakt- h.r 11 very nip. rior lcnclur. I'ir f.t iiess, both natiiriil and a.-iuire.l, will he iiilndllid lylliose who uili.osl.ir work. Mis. Colie Terrill, Principal of Piepariitury I. i.rln i lit, tins l.nl rn x j -rii iu-e of twelve years in tciiiliinjj priinnry brain his nml little cliil.lr. 11. I lily after years of iir.luo.is sl.i.ly and traiiiiri! ili.l she int. r up. 11 this work. Sine 1S7H she lias taught in Winehester; and it will he inbuilt. .1 by all llitit she 1 as lil'leil Prii.iary TeacliiiiK to 11 higher nliine of exc 11. me, thus eonf. -rrii'.ff lnslii ( Ih-iii Ills mi our youth and schools. In Primary Work slie is willmiil 11 pur, not only in Winchester, but, we believe, in this portion of the State. Miss l'essie Iteiiiichai.ip, of Texas, takes the place vacntiil hy Prof. Win. Mcllheri.n. She has several years' experience as n teacher. We assure our patioiis and stmleiils that no mistake has been made in her selection. Sin- was lor years 11 student of President Terrill's ill Missouri. Miss I .il lit- lilcilsoe has taught the Music the past two years, nml I er si:m,s has warranted the faculty in purcliiisiiiK tr instriinn nls 1 lironlmii I for I.i r work in future. In thin 1). partincnt she will compare favornMy with I. in I t rs of iiihc rschiHils. Miss '. Mamie I'reiieh takes chnr.'c of an Art School in the Normal. This is n new and valuable feature to which wccallcspcc ial attention. She is w. II iiiali-1'n-il, and conns to make permanent and successful this llcpartim nt of the school. M!ss Maud Terrill, well known to the students and fricmls of the Normal, will teach half her time in the various Departments, as may helieciletl. W Send for catalogue to JAMES W. TKItUILL, Winclnler, Tilin. TO THE PUBLTnV Investigate for Your8e rostinaster-Oen,.-,.! 1 . 0V6! Iisl.eil 11 wilful IU mHM . ""mj H iiird to the eliaracar of TI,,. u I'Slfe. '' it v uipii'hiiv. inn t,l ,i.:... , ""BNiu oti.epi)iie.i,pr(,v, arceiiLoiaei in a f 1.., nt. il.. 1.. 1 ... 1 . "'iiiuiii ,,,.1 . ue 1111 su itini iiii-(i ; --"iiimi Amount of prims pai.l l,vTuT . Mate Lottery Company fnWj,,. JfJS 10 prem-iiiuiue: 1 ',ie,j Iaiil to the Southern pw . f. New (Means, T.M.VS' Manierer . I'alil to Iioiiisiiuin NntioniiYiiViri," v f,'x, Jos. ll.llK'lesliy, l'resideiu. 1 Pai.l to Suite National liank"'!,' 11. Kennedy, 1'ro.hh.,,! Paid lo New Orleans Nalionul'lVk A. l!:.l.lwi,i,lVesi.lu,i..'k' I'aiit to 1 mini iNiitioiiul Utinlc u Cli:ir!aroii, Cashier ' Paid to Citizens' Hunk, K. L (:,.V riere, President Paid to (it ii.iiiiiia Nutioiiariiliiik Julius Cassard, President... ' Paid to Hihcrnia Niiliotml "fianV ('has. Paln-cy, Cashier ' Paid to Canal Jlank, l-jf 'I'VhV Cashier ' Paid to Mutual National ThauY Jos. Mitchell, Cashier ' 13,11, T..I..I ....!.! ... ... I llll.ll Jlillll US UIIIIVC. ll)., . I Paid in sums of umli r svi'iuw.""". '"-j-"3,K. I the various oflieisof tin ( i.n,,,,,. 11 V ihrilllL'll.lllt lliu full. .1 c. . ... u 'aiis Sjj, l,lui 1 h? 1"-- l-or the truth of tin' above fuel, the oiiblie lo the. Hi., rf .1 .. ... "I roi-oorations. i.nd fi.s 1 1:... . V1! ni(t to (he Mayor nml OH'.vrs., tl- flit New Orleans, to tin- Stale iui!l,(,ritj(j,fL' I iniin, and also to the V. S. :fliciaU uf L iami. Weelaim to he h ,1, IuuIm idh? reet 111 nil oiirtramiieiioii,.,f inu,, ro a l...si,nssinll,ec.,iMt,,y yM,,ikf .-((led l.y id who w in-,...;, '., lock has for years bein s.il.1 at our'ltoard I jin.n.in, n,,M, y Imniv ol bUt W I 1. 11.1 11 -11 11 11 I., .a M. A. DAI PIIIN-.Trci CAPITAL PRIZE, S70,OCO TiCKcu crily D. Shares In proportion. July 2lih,lSS2 BRADPIELD'S Bradfleld's Female Regulator Is n Siccial Ki im-ily fur all diseases pertain ioK to TIIK V .M I!, and any inli llip nl wo man can cure herself by followini; the direc tions. It isespecially ctticacious in rases of tuMiftnutl nr iimiiW VimiiiiiiVim, r.i! U7iin, ami jsmiw rn(ii;iM. It Htlnr.ls iiniiieiliate relief, mid .H-niiaiielitly restores the Menstrual l-'iiiicliiius. As a remedy to he used ilnrini; thai critical perioil known iis"('ooi- nf Lift," tins invaluable preparation lias no rival! HOLMES' LINIMENT Isau IMXi'I.MAlil.KHOON to nil child heariiiK Woineii; a real blessing toBiiu'erim; leiiuiles ; n true MOTHER'S FRIEND. Win 11 aiudied a few weeks In-fore roiilineiiient it will 1 1 1 1 ill lice a nuiek and kale ili-liii-rv eoiitrnl pain, and alleviate the usual dread, noiii.ui sullerinu, iK'yonil the power nl Ian Kiiage loexpress 1 PRYOR'S OINTMENT Is n sure anil speedy cure for YiYonf or .Meal ini Viltf, Sores, rieersfiiiuors, l-'intula, lliirns Corns, l-'eloiis, Sure Nipples, etc. Its ell'icls are simply marvelous, and il is an iuexpressi hle Idcssiiiit to all atllieteil with eitlu r of the above complaints, Try ill firiy For circulars, testimonials, and full particulars, address Sole Piopriitor and Maniifaeturcr of these tiihkk (iKKAT i:i:.Mi:iii:s! J. BRADFIELD, No. 108 Siuith-Pryor SI., Atlanta, lln. MaylMv Ice-cre m Freezers oi I lie most unproved pattern, ALWAYS ON HAND. fend us your orders. Thev sha have prompt and Itmmt tiUriitmu. When visiiiiif; um my can nml see us. fetf" Remember the plnco : Nos. 24 & 26 College Street, Nashville, Tonn. Cheap Rea Estate ! .Seven or eight valuable lots in Win Chester, six of which nro well improved and suitable for residences, can bo hud at much less than cost. Apply nt tho Home Journal oflicc, or, to W. J. Sl.ATTKH. NOTICE. All imriioH intlt ltd .1 in s. ory ase l.n l,y t,tKd to c.mc forwi.r.1 aii.1 -c t e ,,,,,, ,c,l,alelv, as the business of the lira, u.st heclosi . s,nl,m,.nIlri.mH,), lln claims, wil he nut in it,., i .1 m ii . ' - iiiin.in 11. HI. UIII cer Inr collection. T. 1). iilll-iiiii;Y . Vpt, 11, '(t:t. Gm Surviving partner. IF ADDITION To a Lnrjic and Select Stock of -iGROCERIES,:- Canned Goods, &c, J. A. Gaines, At Iiowe !t Teinpleton's old stand, (Hansom's Illoek,) Has a splendid assortment of Roots and Shoes, Dry (Joints, Confectioneries, tic. WQ. Call and nee how low they will 1)0 8i .III. I pay cash for goods, mid sell strictly f(,r e.isn. i-iisr.iveiy nogoooseiiaieil. inaylU Louidaia State Lottery Ct "We do hirel.y cirliiv that wou:nn:.l (he arraiiKiini nts for all tin- Mi,nmt,i. I Sciiii-aunuid drawing of the Ixiiiidnnahj-.l l.ntti rv Company, anil in k Mm nimiave n A control Ilieiirav, in; tin iu-i !ves,ainl llmil-l same aie conducted with ln,iiity, jin I ami in Kiio.1 liiHti lowa.il all partus, ami ,, authorize the C. iiiIimiiv to UM-tl.is ri rlihv w ith fac-siiiiilisol our siiiatim iitlatlml ; Its ii irtlsi mi nls Manufacturer uml iluiler in ALL STYLES OF FURNITURE Prices as low ns the same can he boiicht in Nashville. His luriiili:r. is nil haiid-iiiade. and will stand the test nf any reasonable iisajjc. Picliir.s.Cl.i'Klin s.Ae., li'eiitly fn:ii:i.l. A lot on hand fur sale very h,w. All sorts ol Moulding for sab- cheap. ' If v. n want suits in your mini, . hairs, come inu! get (iardnirV l'ati lit :i-ply Venn r seats. All kindsof l'p hoist, rv, A.-., doi'e promptly, ( '( d'l-TNS iiiailc to nr.li r.'aud a fully supply nf the nicest on hand, of any sire, til h s thnii they can he hough! fur any w hi r ebe. lie i ib deliver ihein in a NICK I IK A KM-; inany an of thecoiliity. He keeps en liiind an lissnrl- men! oi METALLIC CASES, as cheap, or cheaper than ihe same can hi hough! in Nashville. He has nil kimlsof lumh. r for sale, nt the lowest price ; anil, as he has a saw-mill of hi. i wn,can lill iiny order nt short notice. aug'.:! Oiiioiii'wMfri, lueorporalul in 1M.S i, i Z, yc,rr Iv lit I U-gislatiire for Kiliientii mil ami (Will' iiurposiswilh a e.ipital nf t;l,liKill-i: which a reserve fund nt evir jvl'0,510 li since U-eii add. .1. I!y an overwheli.iing popular vole iis fr.:-1 cliic was mane a part .,1 the prtsvntMn Constitution ailoiit. i! P.e. iM, A.Ii. lffii. BP)i. The only I.ottn v . vi r vntiil m tu I (li.lorstd hy the piople oil l.y Stiitc. ( iicrrr ffois or j.oittjMin. Its Crand Single Numbe: Drawings take piece Wcnthlj A SPLENDID OPFCRTUNITt TO WIN A FORTUNE. KI.KVKNTII liHANP l i:.VI.N(i,('I..W L, ai nkw oim.kans. Tuesday, No. 13, I383-I02nd Mi,' Irawing. Capital Prize, S"6,CC0. IOO,CCO;Tickcts at $6 each. Fraclioiis, in Kil'ihs, in iruK,rliuii. list of vr.mv. JOE ARLEDGB, At the house lately .iccupiul hy Kanuing Sin, Public Siiarc", WINCH KSTKH, TKNN., Proposes to furnish, l.tap for cash, nml o the best brands a-nl quality, WHISKIES, CRAKDIES, WINES, CORDIALS, BEER, ALE, OYSTERS, SARDINFS, CRACKERS, Cigars, Tobaccos and Snuff. His liar will he supi riuli n.lul by Mr. Tom. Arle.lgc, and he guiiiaiil. e thai Hie 11 nfnHM only will be sold. Hot drinks lor Winter, and cool ones for Humim r. Hive him a trial. janll-tf Elk Riyer Mills. Headquarters for the Milling Public of Franklin and Adjoining Counties. These Mills (known as Ilinton Mills,) are situated on Klk river, three miles north of Winchester, and three mihs west of Deeherd. Thev arc given mi to have lln- I'.l-Vr M 1. CHINKKY of any Custom Mills in thccoiu-,- in . Having every t lung newly htted up Irom wheels In Imlts, and having' three runs on wheat and one on corn, enables us to always be up with our work, with plenty of water to span., oii always get your grinding no waiting until to-morrow. Our accommoda tions are ciuiilcd by no Mills in thci ntrv. With Mr. Win. M. Tn ft as miller, our Mills turn out I'loiirmid Meal excelled bv nnn.. Our merchant work is cijiial to that' of imv Mill. Orders for Flour and Meal prnmpil'v filled. We thank Ihe public for a liberal paironnge since starting, nml hope to be able to merit a more liberal one ns we do the work. iiOOLK & DAVIS. nnvl-tjanl 1 CAPITAL riUZK.. 1 do do I do do . 2 PKIKS of Sti.Olld. o 10 ill inn :;uo "lllll HHKI n ti i J75M Ji.l.O i,iM J,K(I U,lM IWi lu.iw ai,M ;:,ju) :',M .In 2,('0n.. do J , cm In ;,no dn 2nd .1.. inn.... do .'(I.... do "i.... Approjimatii n l'riww. Aiiiiriixiiiiation prizisof f'if ,1 ,!o I'.MiT Prir..s,eiiiounliiig I Application for rales I., rlulw inuM iiiadc only to the (filicf tlic CompaiiT m New Orleans. For further information write clearly, P' ing full aihlriss. Make I'. J',mv dcrs payable anil address licgist.wl U'll; NKW OKLKANS NATIoNAb ItAH, Or!i:inn,I.- POSTAL NOTKS niul nr.lin.iiy kiuri'.' Mail or Kxpress (all sums of live il..lhir3il upwards bv Kxpress nl our exn e) tn M. A. DAUtKlN; Kiw()rkiiii,b,i or M. A. DAITIIIX. (107 Seventh Sl.,Wiisliiiig'..ni, I'.t. STEW Wagon and Carriage Shop. THIS PAPER MAYB':FOfD0N ru.r. j r uko. P. ItOWKI... s, n,M dwipipn Advartlaln B.irrai. I III ripiinca S-.HKKTi, wiikhk Aim IIP... ii ar.. VIRTISINQ I ONIHIC-S EjS. VJ VllDE ui-v bo uuiito tor it iii If fall lUBliV. Cheapest and Best. I have the county riuht tn lln. .,.,,1 cheaK-st feneeever invented. It is wind and water proof, mill by using it l,r,()0 rails are saved toevcry mile nf fence. Some of the best fanners in the enmity have purclmsed farm rights, and pronounce it the hist fence thev ever saw. Farm fin! district rights for sale, dive me a call when yon come lotimn. jnl.vl 1-tt DK K TAYLOR. Brannan & Thompaoc, - Attorneys at Ln-w, Winchester, Tenn. Pneiiee in IheC-nrtsnf Frnnklin nml ml- mingeiinnlies. ami in the Supreme (,ourt nt Nasliville. Promnt nit, -mi, n !,.,.. i ,.n hlisini-HMentrilsttd to them. r.,.nvn nn L I Wn lifi,n in ii.ni.it n W.iiiiin tinil Carri nt Knappci's old slimil in ll,,'lu. j, and propose In do all kinds of n. our line us n. ally and dimply as can nnvwbcre. Stiicl nllcnlioii will 'lfKlv,n.. repairing. We have a first-class bl"' ''1 who, in addition toother work, will specially of horsc-sliocilig. . , j All kinds of machinery repaiM ' "M Jan. 31, 1H88. . JOHN M. HUTCHINS. WIXtiIKKl'KH.TKN'.i IIKAI.eil IM HS il CHEMICALS Stanrlnrrl Pntrnt MfdiciDf?' PainlK, Oils, Varnislus, Dye-Sliiffs, Hi ' Tooth Hrushrs, Toilet Articl.s, I' J; Soaps, Shoulder Urnecs, Truss. s, . and all v.rrietiis of IVupgists' Siirdii; gars, Pure Win.s and Li.juors for MeUH' purposes. Physicians' nrrserintii rs rnn 'i.ny pounilcd, iindiirihrsiinswcri.1. with ,,,,r g dispatch.