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rk i limit mi" millii ike :: n r.'i mp'i (i- iriw' rtir c rid niirS HOME JOURNAL out Mails. mail clowes. 10:30 A.m. 2:30 p. m. A mil v 12:30 p. m. 4:30 P. m. Lkk L. Ayeus, P. M. fvltll 1 North Noit Ji smith KAILKOAD TAJIK TABLE. DKCHF.KD.TKNN. Wllll'lt. . 2 1-ciives .4.j.m No. 4 lO.-li) p. in No. t) " -- 8.25 u. in No. 1 Leaves ll.fiT ii.ni No. 3 " 12. IT) n. in No. 5 " . 7.2' p. in Xii'K. 1. 2, A mill 4 run Uiiilv. Nob, li mid (J ilo nut run hiindavs. L. V. TA1UC, Ajjcnt. COin'OUATIONoWIXCIILSTiai. Mayor Jiilin A. Lit win;;. Aldermen M. M. Headers. n, O. O. I'hil lijis, J. 1.. JIhiikIi nnil l.C. (iuriiiT. Marshal John O. iirazcltnti, Jr. (.'.jipuratinn Magistrate J. M. AkIiK-v. OtlANCKKY court. Hon. John V. llurtnn, t'liiiiicelltir. (apt. Clem Arlcdi;e, Clerk mill Muster. Lilni Arledee. Ilclilltv. Sessions, fourth Moiuhiy in January and June. C'IKCX'IT COl'KT. Hon. J. J. Williams, Jiiilc. A. li. Wooiliinl, Attorney Ocncritl. Nullum Francis, Clerk. Sessions, fourth Monday in March, July and November. COUNTY COl'KT. John W. Willi iiuiH, Jinl(,'c. Win. li. Taylor, Clerk, Hop. 'J'. Taylor, IVimtv. J. It. Ahlev, Ilcj,'istcr. H. ( i. Smilli, Trustee. It. F. Oakley.Sherill'. W. 1.. ( berry, t'niiiily Siipt'i-i uU iuli nl. Jidui I'. U'l'ddinliiii, Ciu'oiicr. J. W. Sylcr, Surveyor. Win. M. Uussey, Hauler. J. J. Martin, Notary I'ulilic. Rem I the new t'iiuncory Sale notices iu this issue. A communication from V. A. Lar kin will appear in our next issue. " A n I i-Ti-a in p ," C ; i a n , Tenn. Vnur coituuudealioii will tijipcur next week M.titi:ii-:i. In Tullulmiim, Nov. 7tli, 51 r. J. I). Unlit to Miss Alum Ilickt i- 011. Mr. Williiiin Willioito (Ilea at Ills i i i W ii, il, 5.1. ,liKt,.:,.. ... i.,.. IliL'ht. Mm. Sliaiber. wile of 5Ir. fitrtin filiaiber, who lives a few miles below i t'ltfii, died last Saturday. . The Winchester Literary Society will meet at the residence of Mrs. F. T Ksiill next Thursday night. Uiiul the adcerlisement of Jtill Jims. Their mill is now one of the best equipped in the Slate. - - m m . . Vrssrs. John I5iit(erworlh and Ilenrv IJiingli left, last Monday, for Florida, with a view of loeatiii'Mii that Slate. This week bus been digitated bv the International C'ominitlce of the Y. 51. C. Association as a week of prayer for yuiiiig men. Ucv. J. T. Curry will preach a ser mon specially to young men next Suii- diiy nt the .Methodist Church. All are cordially invited. A tribute of resnect to Col. J. W. Davis, adopted bv the Masons of Win- S Chester last Saturday night, will appear sin next week's paper. The. School Directorship war is drift ing into personalities. Wo will not publish as communications articles of a lersonal nature without charging there. Mr. Mrs C. A. Scott, of New Orleans, IMM spent the Slimmer here, the "Uent o her nephew, the editor of the Journal. I 'ft lust week on a visit to a daughter in Piiciigo. iV cross mark after the address on Jwr paper is to notify you that you are J" arrears tor subscription, ami must do iiuctliuig jor 8. if yon can t pay all, i)' ft fart. Rev. II. C. Tucker, of W.irtrnee. (reaclieil at the Methodist Cbureh last '""lay morning and night in place f the new Presiding Lhler, who cnuld i "II Ins anpointincnt on account of iressing business matters. E'lwin, son of Prof. Iv M. C.iirdner. 'MillNiishvilln hint W ful.i.iuili. v niirht f1" rCtlllllnfl wnrn liemilrlit Imfn mill ill. rin the Winchester Cemetery on ri'luv. 'I lm ,.o,,;L. CM... ui,.,..V..i. . - ,i,(riin oi .iiai jf . 'inn i vo o marched to the crave in unices- I'm don't ;f . i. - in fii. oil ifsi i lui I n K,nS "'Iier papers, but would like to what kind of Christianity you II t fill n n..... ... I.n .!..!. t nii.ii in ne, in iiuut 101 live J1" years' subscription to ono paper '1 t in. ,.s :. ,i. . .. -...i ,i e. 4. it nun ii nun iii iini ioi "Klier lln .mi. '"-v I. '';lj' J. L. lhtuch will not move to r'v stand (Kmbreys' old stand) bo- Nnnuary 1st. lie is reiulv to wait N the i.oi.i;.. i.: i S. - i'muiiu nt. ma pieseuii Miiuii, R'nirnnlces to give satisfaction to all ') lavor him with tbeir patron- , moil lit nig uirge siock oi r po.1u t.. . i I'm i iiisi-cuiss siore ne T "Ho have the finest assortment of T and evor brotiL'htto. this T'IRCt. r. ... I .. .in. a call. "'UUKU. 1 a,i 'l'.....l - .1... Baur e .utBiuiy "c nun uie Inv nl iU"'!r,illK l,,e ,u,l,,i"1 cu,'e- fck, 1W' lor life, Mr. P. O. rk,HlUl. of Win: . ' . . t-ij, '. : "oonmsoti count r, ami jne Ayres, daughter of Mr. and Wot Winchester, 'll.ecere J nert..r.i,,l i... r...i.. ...... v. inn y r inner vuivin, !.,, .j moist pleiwuut 'fic.'iiU if ",u?1"' gxl number ' "llll III I . .! . n i ben. i " " 'TPi eounie shall "'"4 ii,!::'",,"8 'V'1!;!- elegant s'leisr ' , ,f,)''H never know a s,S. l,mt 8Uch '""i-10 i A CARD. I hope that all th0 renders of H w M. ournnuiave seen and rend the ......u OUUHBIICll IU UK, JV0Hg of tl,0 Ht., over the sigmilure, "A nti-ti amp, alms Dan. Lone hm. n. ....:.. i 1 ' v. mio iituo uuiiu III JA'C'lit'l'iJ Daniel 8ay8 that the article which up- pcarcd , ust week'H Journal was a lill sir.c.1 photograph 0f myself. I would mt there is any si,.e to it I can'tfind ..my appear to Daniel assume hinp of immense tna-.iitn.lo. ll( luHbtlc-H.it does when he thinks of how li caused inc. to shudder at the tl,,,,,,,!., hmv he, expected to handle me in Vl.o "'ox elect,,,,,. Ah, I);,icl, I mll ,.,, . . 1 nn ""t candi- i i ii i milium ever lie, I will ,e --ru, ni upon me pnyic, and ut Dan "euciiuu. pnety of your giving your mime You lee noi iiaye any fears l.t that my promise will he verified ih ......, i ... charity will cover all vonr fault. I tonyl'iil to know that I am n servant of uie people, and not of Dan. Lenehan. And now, as I do not expect to wadr any more of my time liy trying to reply to such frivolous articles as those writ ten liy Dan. Lenehun et nl. I ..J; ii. Rood, I'ifrlit.thiukiiijr p(M,pt, 0f t, ,.. ty to take into consideration ii, r..n.... 'K facts, vis : In the, firt place, the men who have been raising such a howl iigninst me arc men who have opposed me mi every undertakinc They have iioi iniseii tins h.iwl lieeause thev .., ....J injiixiicc nmi ueen done i nein, or because I had done siiniethiii"' tnai 1 nail no right to do. The reason why they haveaeied thus, and the pur- ...v., ii in in v. im ouvioiih io till : I., P . rn . . . ' uierciore, l ii say iiotlmy nbotit their design. Daniel, you need not think that (he people of I'Yniiklin county are fools. 1'hey know what you mean. The way you have acted in this controversy snows '.hat you are not willing to d,. uiu inir iniiig, ii you , ,, been von woui.l liave "come out' likeagenia iiKin i ..' i.. i i ii "I".', in luiMiig iii nai'K places ami acting the part of a biishwhaeker. Hut this, I believe, is the style of "ring" leaders, rings, cliques, elc. Yes, the people dinUlisl ringH H,d cliques, ami if jou exjieei me people to "snule appro vingly' upon yon, you had betler resign your position. With this I bid you ailieu. I shall say noibiiig more. V. L. t'llKKIIY. T 1L. ...Ml i. r i here .... was no insinuation auoui ii linn a positive statement v., : i .ii i .. .i ..i , ' J" -''iyu-niBiine miner wrote ami the son signed ? Or, did vou say "Probably it was written by one professing to be a teacher of the religion of Christ " Now, this is simply ridicu lous the idea of a man w riting newspa per articles who does not know the dif ference between a positive assertion ami a false insinuation. No, sir, I claim no honor for having written such articles as you have forced me to wrile. In stead of claiming honor, I am heartily ashamed of having given away not to passion, but to cuiiosity so much ' pny intention ' to your ridiculous articles as to reply to them. If the good people of Franklin county will forgive me, I'll do so no more. And now, , I will make the same suggestion to you that I did to "Aunty tramp" alias Uncle Dan. Just come to the front ami let the people know who you are, ami I am satislied .'hat the mantle will be thrown over . Ho ping you will profit by the suggestion, I am, as ever, independent of ring rule. W. L.C notIce! Overseers of public roads will please report to meat my ofh'ce in Winchester immediately the amount of tax commu ted for in work mi their respective roads for the ye.jr 188:1. II. ( Smith, Trustee Confirmation and Mass. Sr. Joiin'b C'atiioi.ic Ctit'ia ti. ) Winchester, Nov. 25' '83. ) Confirmation will be given by l.isbop Itiideniaclier, of Nashville, Tcnn., after 10 o'clock Mass on Sunday. Nov. 25lh. Karly Mass at 8 a. m. The liisbop will be assisted by Father (iavin Sermon by the Uishop before the Sacrament of Confirmation. We would be glad to have our corres pondents send iu their favors eai Iier, so that we could put them on the second page. We prefer to fill most of the space on the third jingo with small local items Now is the time for "wood subscri bers" to bring in their wood. Don't wait for bad roads. Estill Bro.'s. Have overhauled their Mills from the ground to the tail race put in III And Other New Machinery. They are now started up, and are able to do work Faster than they Ever Did. So, come one and nil we can iiecon, modatc you till. We expect to sliuul w lure we have always stood nt the '" Head of the Milling Interest. To prove this is is only to look nt our large custom we have always carried. tt We sincerely thank the people for their liberal patronage, and hope they will continue. ESTILL BRO.'S. Nov. 14, 1883. Ninth District. ic To the Home Journal: I notice that the "slars," bv whose kind oflices the pages of the News have been rendered so brilliant for some weeks past, Urns rendered a very gen erous decision with regard to my com munication in the Journnl of the 31st ultimo. Ho tlui.ks it probable that I m uie author, both of the articles "purporting" to be from the Ulh dis li'iet, and also of the. letter of'Superin tendeiit Cherry. He bus also the kiml ness to guess me one who "professes" to ne a teacher of the religion ot Uirist. 1 am truly glad that the gentleman has such an exalted opinion of me, but beg to be excused from ministerial hon ors, inasmuch ns those who know me better do not claim such hi mors for me, nor have I assumed any such tide. The author's intention, however, is obvious, I will say for your benelit, tir, that I wrote the article signed ns tins one is signed no other. I wrote it. believimr iu the first place that the appointment was i ne oincml duty of .Mr t herry ; secondly, from the spirit of your caustic criticism 1 judged you to be ono of those iniporinut "leading spirils" who desire everything to move as they dic tate. That the criticism is a "linn" alniir is evident. Dr. Marks does not see what the appointment has to do with the prohibition qiKstiou. I feel quite confident that I do. At least, as guessing is the present order of busi ness, I will make a "rough guess," viz: As I have learned from WV comniuni- catioiis, the race appears to have been obibitian r Anli-I'mhibilioii. The appointment was thought by the Prohi bition faction to be an Anti'Prohibiiion indignity, which Mr. C. informs us is not true, and which we 'believe is not consistent with his view of the much agitated question. In consequence of the above opinion, mi i loooiiuoM ingiio wiisnci io grin ning in a minor key, to affect by its medley of sharps ami Irebles an ill-cou-eeived design that injuring individ uals for l lie promotion of Prohibition, which is equaled only by the assault up ou the Home Journal in the interest of the News. If you wish to prohibit the manufac ture and sale of intoxicants in . l'nj. led Stales, attempt it by fair means and able arguments, such ns those of W. A Liirhin. Dr. Murks ct. ills. Men will not suffer coercion. Now, Mr. '!"!, J hope that the sun of just judgment inn v beam forth upon yon to the cntisiiiniitiiin of the nebular which you mistake for primary so that you may be better qualilied both to criticise and to guess. Amici's. Alto, Tcnn., Nov. II, 188,'l 5foun(ain Council No. IJ'.M. American Legion of Honor, ineels to-morrow Thursday night, Nov. 15. Chancery Sales, For DcccidIkm- 10th, 18S:i. T. J. Cushion et. it Is. and others VS. Samuel Stiles;"' Ill obedience to n Court of franklin i cause, I will, on decree of the ( haueerv ' iiinly, Til in., in iilmve Monday, December !0tb, 188:5, nt the Oourlliolise door in Winchester, Teiin,, sell to the highest bidder, nil n credit of one I mid two years, except 10 per cent, to he paid ill cash on dav of sah , the followiin; deserihul tract of liniil silualeil iu Krauklin counlv, Tcnn., civil district No. '1, tn-wii: ltc(;iniiiii(,' nt a w hile oa'- K 1 1 liohius' ' corner and runs hoiiiIi lili" east with Rollins' line 118 poles to n red ouk; thence south IS" east 48 poles to n sassafras his corner ; thence south (i'JJ0 west I I pules to u dogwood K I Robins' and 7. II Mum li's corner, ou ' Iheside of Ihe mad; thence north 7(1 west ' 41 poles to a hickory slump; tlience south SH west 110 poles hv the fence ; thence south ! .li wesl poleloii slake ill Murrell's line : ihence north i poles In (lie spring path, and with the saini! north (.7 east L'.'tJ pole to u dogwood ; thence north H.V east ;ll poles Ion soiirwood, north !!7 poles to a w hite oak nnd hick walnut - li,.,,. nl, -o" Iiuil1. l . ,' . ' . '""3 pons in uie ocKiiiiiiuc -cnmaiuiiijr in acres, iiioreerleis. BfU Notes wilh (fond nnd iinnroved Hl'l'll rl I li 'S 11111 l,. . ..Hill, r. ,.. II... i. . ....... i . ",. .:, , 'i -;-'- ,. nun a inn win ne reiaiiiiu ou ine au.l null all of the i.ureha.e monev i- m.i.l. I This Nov. io, ik;i. ci.km. Ai!i.i:i)(;i:,( M. novll-lds W. M. Osborne et. ids. vs. J. II. ()s Home. Ily virtue of adicne of the Chancery Court of Krauklin canty, Ti nn., linuioiinecil al id October Adjourn. 1 Tt iti, IS;!, in above cause, 1 w ill, on Monday, December lOlb, 188;, at the Courthouse door iu the tow n of Win chester, Tcnn.. oiler for sale Io the liicjicst bidder, on a credit of one and two years, ex cept ten per cent, to he paid ill casli, the fol low inj; described lands : The tract cut oil' by Klk river from Il.e homestead, contniniiu; l!!t acres and US poles. llie Island tract, cuutummjr lil acres, II roods and '2 poles. The trael known as part of the liuttcrworth tract, containing 2'i iicrin. .i so, uie reinaimier iiucre.i in llie lionie- stciiil mid dower. Said land is silualeil at nnd lust below the mouth "f I!i? Hurricane, on Klk river, iu dis tricts Nos, 0 and I I of said counlv. W'N'otcs, w ith ood and solvent sei nriliis will he required of the piirehas. r for the credit payments, and a lien letniiud until all the purchase inoncv is paid. This Nov. in, lss;i. ' CI.KM. AIM.KIHIH, C.AM. novM-tdri Jos. L. Jtlaiiton, adm'r, Illiuiton el. als. vs. Jas. C. Ily virtue of n decree of llie Chancerv Coui'l of Krauklin coiinly, Teiin,, pronounced at its October Adjourned Term, INN,'), in above cause, 1 will, ns C. it M. mid Special Gnniniissiiilicr, oil Monday, Dcccmlicr 10th, 188:5, nt the Courthouse door in the town of Win chester, Tcnn., idler for sale Io llie hijilust bidder, the remainder interest in Iu, mislead mid dower in said cause. The Homestead lot contains 12 acres, 'i mods nnil 7 poles, nnd shunted in Kaleiii in said county. . The (lower tract is sitiuitul in Pistricl No. :t, nnd iidjoiiiinft the Matlock Iracl and (he Franklin Mill Iracl, contains 117 inns, 2 roods und 4 poles, nnd is known us the Vuti z.int tract. Said lands w ill be sold on u credit of one mid two years, with ten percent, in cash on iluv of sale, fisl.The purchaser w ill lie reipiircd to irive (join) und sol vi m security, und u lien will lie r.itaiiH il until all the purchase i icv is paid. This Nov. 10, m. CLKM. ARLF.IXiK,C. AM. und Special Coininissioner. nuvU-'.dn KASHVILLE MARKET. Hacon clear sides, 8a9c, paikcd. Horns tfugnr-cui'cd, ."c, Lard Hnowflukc, in kees. llcts Country lard, ttpSte. Dried Friiit-Apples, Tic. Kvnin.ro led apples, 8c. Eggs From first hands, 21c. Feathers-l'i'imo g flc . lJxcJ including duck, l.i.'Jile, (iinseng, $1.4()(i l.r,ii. Hags, 81. 75 iier IW) 'ls, Com, shelled, ,"iUe. Wheat, plum;), M(1(T( -; dry red pump , nut-feel; dry Meilitenanean. cl (" 1 .02. Corn meal, per bushel, (',:. Oats in bulk, toe ; in ail 1.,2.1 C;oc iidviince. live, new, from wagon, COe. I lay, S 1 (Vr . 1 4 plT (,,, I logs, 225 lbs. average, $:j.8.1(.i 4.(10. Cai tie, extra good shipping, fc:;.2."n o o0 READ CAREFULLY ! The Most Delicate of all Our Members is the Eye. At lili,, ill lO veainof up it calls for lull, in Hie form of M'l'.l TA( I.KS. ( all on me ami I will select classes thai will NOT IN- Jl lIK YOU; sh; I it. I luive sp.nl many years in the slmlv of lll 1. 1, ii i, jilli t i an In !p Vol,. I liav, lh, liiu-t iii irinoi ills fur n-liii" the and MA'I.I; MAKK M1;TA Is I-.S. " l.'eiin lulu r, your ev.s an' verv luveinus !""' ''" ,-'o t iitli'i'l to li-k thi ii ruin liv llie Use of iriq el l', el (;l:is.-e. . A very lnre slock of llie l ivl in the world now ready ; also, Cmpiilies, Mm ! id ..ml Idue lor weak ami soiveyis. A I.AIil.i: SI'Dl K OK The Latest Styles of Jewelry and Silvciwar, OK TlIK HXKST (l Al.lTY. t-tf" Walelies and Jewelry repaired in (lie hesl iiiiiiiin r. C. S. CRANE, Iplieian ami Jeweler, Al lriiK Sin re of J. M. HuieliiiK oelin-tjanl II. Successor to Petty & Garner, Ilayini; purclinsed the enliie interest of V. W.Oarn. r and wife in the Tammy prop erly known as "Poller's Tanyiml," li'elnr with sloek of all kinds - Ii alia r and iiiann- llaeliirnl L'ooils-I will eoii'inuu the lui-lni-.s lanninu and dsn iiiaiiufacturiiipit' liiiiliir (,'omis, stu n as HARNESS, COLLARS, BRIDLES, SADDLE3, Boots, Shoes, fa, For Franklin County. 1111 " ICS ol I tic li rill of i i . .ii i! i ... IVtlVlVU, rarncr, and am alone iiutlioi i.ed n ii'ccive nnd receipt for nil debts due the said linn. M.- M. r.l . ,1 . fc.ii iiiiiiiKing ine penph I banking the people for their ... .i ... i.e ., l"'""S oe om nnil, 1 will emlcav ;o to the old hnn, I o. in iiicru uie same u, tiic lutiire. jr. i. Ijaul riri'Tv Oct. 17, 18s;i. 1 y. A o o k I si -, 3 5 o a; o C CO a 'L. tO - t- tn d2 r -4 a El tn CO CO E3 c o a ? 3 X. CD -3 P Z 15 a 3 9 ! 5" A ft r CD Z 7s ft x & c 05U1 o; ! O 38 COO 2 o o o o OUR FALL STOCK COMPLETE. I will I'IM.KJ call intention of the TIIAIONti to our Large Stock cf Fall 115! New Eccidy for Inspection, ('oilsillil'K 1. idii Ire:: (mods. Ca..l mens, anil other w, li n I M i ss 1 1, i (U; Slmwl ( loiilis, I )i ! in :; lis ; la. ket -ii;.lit and I leadiiii! colors i f 'elv ehise-liliiec Walking luavy w-i l-los: 1 1 .,, ,,. . 1 1 . We are in receipt in a large sioeii 01 dure ;.;i .oil.- .,.m lin-iem linirkels. ,!so, a lull lineol' Notions, Ladies' aniHiciils' luderwear, .Ve. A I a rite I'loek of iellts' ( lolkilic Shirts, Zeijjler A llros'eele- liniled Siiois ami Hoots ; we 11I.0 carry oilur Kaelory llools and Shoes thai we ;uaY;;ntcc. liovs' nice llools ami Shoes. The well-tr'ml iinestie ami Siirimli Siii(;i r Maeliiue, A law slock of Slaple I ioods, Oil('arii t iiiL', dilliienl kinds of Window ( n :l; ,,K and Sl.ades, Hals, l';iw, e.,aiul inanv arli eles loo iiniiiy to liiiiiliiui, all of which will he sold Cheap for Cash or Country Produce. All kinds of School I'.. ml,, and Slalionerv, CnV Kemen.l er, we move soon, nnd will doyoii g,H,d if you will try us. I-i: See our new style Cjoaks and Jackets when you visit our town. sepll'.l-l y W. 15. MAN II HI, nnn P. On Nashvi'le, Tcnn. We lake plea une iu aniiouneiiu; o our reader- thai our old liiiud, Mr. W. II. Man uel, who is well and 1'av.ualdv known in (his 1 lily, has lately relumed io his old st-iinl al ('has. Tiiuinian iVCo.'s, the popular Nashville Clothing House, where he will li..;lad to s.-e and w ait upon hi.- li ii ml- fri'tii l'liinklin c iiinlv. This Icii.c lias one ol il.e laa-,,1 ami lu -t Mdeeled s',,, j . ,.;tVi rouipri-ine, nui'iiic oilier lliiio, a rare a-'-nr!in, nl ol 'r, m h, Knyli-h and Sintch Siiiliu;, in ( ' i-fit,i. ii ( In viols and Woisiead-. No more deservedly popular h,. use can be found any wlurs. Th'.-y haie. u Moid v. r 4.C00 Varieties of Cloths from which to which ihcv make OIVK. I1IM A selul ( u liun-lnade Suil I -pu i.illv. I .M.I.. ' Ijiinl INSOLVENCY. The insolvency of the i ..i .i i i i , slate of Jess .MiriiRi', mrii, ikimuiiiiii slli;estei m sllj;i;e.-lci l.ie ( oiinty l oiivt ol Kiankiii inly, Tcnn.. all person having claims auaiu-l said eslali are hereby imlilieil Io lilt- lln in with II. 1'. Slewart, Special ( 'oiniuissiouer. in the Chan cery ( unit at incliesier, dulv nutheiilicalcil anil iu llie manner prescribed by law, on or In lore llie 1st ilav ol .laiiuarv, !SN. This Oct. :nh, i.SS,'!. II. P. STKWAI oellO Special ( 'iilllllli-HolliT. R. POOLE, r'ssotograpjicr, Conn r Cuioii ami (1 NASIIV1LLH, Tl'.NN. .iis. rim. i.. Mrhn. J. iii,h ir. iv-u ST. 01.000 HOTEL, IO North Summer Street. Nashville. : : : Tennessee. Ibis Until has recent I v been cnlirelv re- ii in i - in l , and is now ready to entertain trim ieut as well ns pennant lit boarders. Tr an ient, Sl.oO perday. miiy l-il HENRY BAUCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WlNCIIKFTKK, TkNX. Will practice in the Courts of Franklin nnd iidjoininitcounliis; also, in the Supreme Court at Nashville. Promt attention niven to collections. pKV" Olliee over Mi's. Kiiiinn llrazeltiin's Mil linerv Store. "'ll A. Bargain! About !!() acres of land, half cleared and bnlf weil-timliered.oiily a mile from Winchester. Apply to W. J. .Sl.ATTKIt. i'tri)iiv, 10H l iar kiwi, I iiirlniiiitl, 01,1m. ALLISON, S'illT.1 L J0HKS0N. Ths type nn vhli-h Uil pnpvr I. prlutsd 1 rrom tbtt abu'vtt tuiliiary. S.i. . . and winter Goods M BARGAINS IN Fine Sold Silver Watches, TYPE V.l''1'."'' w.... I TO arsrfiT-RFsfiW.Q I iiiici d uny o tail' And Other Farmers. Waiter c& 15ro. Have nn hand a big stock of the cele brated i XTnl 1 nv TJ nV.Vi.n- f,A r' . T..!il . i.iuuuiji-ii,iu WldlU JJIUJS A LSI I, The Willoughb Rubber-feed Drills, Cheap for CASH or COOI) NOTK. Will also furnish Melal-fced Drills, but do not consider them near so good. Ask us our reason. Agents for Franklin counlv for the National l'ertili.er Company's Pcrtili .crs, from a cheap Coniposiing up to a Pur.; Hme Meal. I ,,.:Sc.ul. ("iislantlv on hand. We also have a lew i.ulh llcinl, Advance, an.lCluitla imoga Chilled Plows, which we will se! from fc".5() to $8 (ID. If von waul a good Sor-d mm Mill and Iv. npoiator, come to see us. If you wan I wheat, gel one to clean if our S', or grade your pa rutins only ff25.dll or '.'5 bushels of choice wheat P.ig stock of Wagon nnd Pmggv male rial, I leavv and Shell' Hardware, Cur pollers' 'fools, lilacksinilhs' Tools, MioemaUcrs 1 oi,m, and all kinds of Hardware. i .tun 1 sloek of C.rocerics and Queens- ware Itcspeetfullv, CARTER & BRO. p, S, Al'ciiIs fir I'i, i 15n s , iMitch Hickiiry Wag- eil, Tennessee and ( l. mis. nmi iuli. S. vrting N'Wing Ma- chinos. Lii'ii, u s from 8'JIH (Ml up. Victor Clou r Hollers ami oilu chitierv. B. H. STIEF, 101 Union St., Nashv.lh Diamonds, Silver Ware, Etc. Iu fact, evirv tiling found in a first-class Jewelry Store. Al-o Manufacturer of PLAIN ;!. ltlNUS, which are made Io order at short iinlieo, Mini IukIu-i ipiality unaranteed. ( all and be conviiienl nl THE CASH JEWELRY STORE 1 01 t'nion S., b, . College and .Market. ""K-'-ly 1!. II. S'flKK. FANNING & ARLEDCE, At I. like Ivcllcy'sOld Sl.iinl, l'CI!I.ICS(KA;i:, : : WINCUKSTKI! - Have for sale the Purest, Best and Oldest Liquors to be found in any Saloon. Tobaecos, Ci(;aiV and. Tie best of Wine, mar'Jl 11' Snul'i', Ovsli l.eeruu.1 Ale The University of the South is located at SI.W ANKK, TK.N.V, upon the Cuiiihei liind I'lateau, '2,000 ,-i t above the sen level. This School, under the special painiiiiie of the I'.i.-ln.ps of the I'ri.t'esliiul l'.piseopal ( lunch in die Soulli and South west, oilers the healthiest residence nnd the hesl advantages, limli moral ami educational in lis uraiiimar sieliools ami Its ( olleKlalc ami I lieoloiical Departments. for the spicial claims of (Ins I iiivcrsily for patron iijtc, apply for iloeuineiils to the lcv. TIOL r .-t i ii in.niiMi.x, ii.ii., Mcu rtiaucciinr, .Vwanee, lenil. ocl.l-ly im Uwii Mm AND CLOD CRUSHER. If you want the hist and most ilnral.li Hairow, huv the ".U'MK." Made of steel nnd iron. Does better work than unv Tooth- Harrow prcpm-ini; wheat and iiora laud, llet tcr than any implement made, Come and milt. Try it und vou will buv it. 1-orsule by 8. W. HonillTON, oct.l WineliesKr.Tenii For Sale, Cheap. One Fortv-le.rso .wer K.iitlne im.J Hdler Kod as new. Will eV;.",'",,t'V V lKiirilHTY MF.I. tt)., - Miirfriiiil T- Windiest i .Tot!iicKsr-, Dealir in and Manufacturer of TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE. The Queen. WJJ A I have the cxcIuhIvo right for the muni faeliireniiilsale, for the countiesuf l'rnnklin, Lincoln, Moore, lieilfor.l iin.l C'otTie.of the hint Collee Pot in existent e. Try one. If.is now on hand a lartte assorlini nlo! I I TV M if which he proposes to sill exclusively for CASH. .. . . " ii is aiso a inn ass.irtniuiil ol Japnuiu il und I1--S1U ii nreoii nailil, l.eslili'H Pumps ind Pump-Tubing, f'.y 11 iiiliui! and (iullciini; dune to ordi r , iu the most approved slvle. J in. II, IST'.l-lf If You Are GOIXCr - OPi- BE SURE Your Tickets Rer.il via the N..G.& St. Louis t?y THE McKENZlE ROUTE! The Kii el. .ss anil l'nii;raiil Passenprs' FAVORITE W. T. ROGERS, Pass. A(.'iiil, ( hattannocii, Timi. V. L. DANLCY, (ii ii. Pass. A Tl,t ,A(;i nt, Nasln ille Ti mi. J. S. CARTER, Ti. ki I Ap nl, Wiiu -In-: ti r,Ti nn. siorr D.w is. J NO. II. MAII'ilN davis & wartif;, Attoniovs ti t Jifiw, Winchester, Tenn. Will practice in llie Com li of Kranklic nnd audailjoiniuccoiintiis. nnil".") Io, IN MMMI.XS. p. H. cl'i.'. i SIMMCKS 3; CURTIS, Attovnovs ii t, Tjjiw Winchester, Tcnn. Will practice iu the coiilili.sof 1'iaiil.lin Colli e and Moor. ; also in Supn nn Coin t nt Nashillc. rroinpt iilteiilion givt n to eoU lections. not 1-1 Olliec oio'li-sas, Wik of Piildi. .Sijunre. I'l.oVI) Ksrll.l.. M.MT. N. WlllTAKkR ESTILL & WHITAKER, Attorasoys at JLaw, Winchester, Tcnn. Will pracliee in the Courts of Krauklin ami niljiiinini; counties and in the Supn ice Court ul Nashville. janl7-'8!. LIVERY AKD SALE LT.EIE Winchester, Tcnn. New anil clcnanl Top nnd No-Top Vv.fU. lis, and first-class Harness nnd Saddle Horses. Horses bonrdid by the year, iiioiilh i r dm , very low, and well attuiihd to by I'ailhli.l ifi'ni iinsiueii. Hacks run night nnd day from Winchest. r to Heehcrd. l'lisKeiip rs called for in liny j'ui t of town, and biurciiijc eieekiif. ninl-lf KI.L18DAYS. J. W. CRISARD, Plivsicitm bnrscon, in tuns of Winchester nnd Biirroiindiii( country. BaSrOfliiv In the Imililinit neeiiiml l.y Jud(!e J. W. Williinns, wist side of Sipuire. ltesiilcucc Hit l cell lull Iioiik', near ( net. Tom. On Kry s. I jiine 2::, '7il. T. C. MURRELL, Suvyjooii ." lhvsicittii, Winchester, Tenn., Is read v to iitleud to all culls in mwii or country. BEST WHISKY Uonorj u..d Cigars KlM.KLKA, onlin.l. . '.r' Nslrville.Te..i.. 0 A ' ' MARKS & GREGORY, Attorneys at Law, Winchester, Tenn. Will nrnetiee in theCourtt ol FrunVlin ami idioinimr eoimties, nmi in the Vnitu! States (Quirts und Supreme CuurU nl Nashvill C(i(ilfiniP!i.tiJIIi!fll!i!iiii!lflWB winjaiH? KiiNUtfUyiii? NiMH I I V i -! in St 'I? ? s 1 ii m 11 !V i II ii: hi I 1.1 : a 1 V i M ! II i" !! IT! li IC - Hi !1 111 in?' ii V y I s. I, j si f f t .i 1 : .