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HOME JOURNAL. We have never kuown a corn crop to look more promising than the crop uow gruwing- tm Quarterly meeting ut the Methodist ' ' . . C! 1.... 'PI I fjliiircli next ouniw;. win ucnu fviccs at tho C. 1. Church. A.' friend requests lis to say that d orn is a grent donl of "ceunilalous lulk" liercabimtH. We won't do any uch thing-let him sity it himself. 'e umlertiud from Major Lnnilis that lie will not go lid'oro tlio Tultalio- nm con ven i I'Hi, which mis uceu ciitieu fir August 12. The Rlnjor's reasons aro thai tho coiivuntion has been called l(0 goon. Sliulbyvillo Gazette. . Elder John Murerom will preach nt fCiiwnn next Sunday, (3d Lord's Day,) a.m., and ut night. And on foturday before the4th Lord's Day Mr. jlnreroni will negiii a protraoted iiut'ting 'lt Hollow ; Bervices jt 10 u. m. We call especial intention to Captain Tulley'a card in this issue, lie certain y lias reasonable grounds to comjilain about the other candidates failing to join him in discussion,'-but nets wisely iu agreeing to submit his cluitmi before (lit convention, even if it was, ns ho t!uuks, called too soon. Capt. 'Pulley iaJ withdrawn his appointments i'r tins county, but will address our people at the Courthouse ou tho 4lh Monday in this mouth. - m m A party of capitalists, of which Mr. A. E. Uaird, of Nashville, is the heud, luic purchased a tract of 5,000 acres of timbered land iu the lGth district of lh in county, and luivo conimoucod the erection of a large saw-mill, with nil the ktet improvements, on the land. We uodcr."tuud there is a large amount of line ccdnron the land, as well as poplar, oak, nsli, hickory, and other valuable limber. A switch will be put in the niilruuil southwest of this place, on the lauds of Mr. John Knsermaii, and the Junilior shipped from that point This enterprise will give employment to quite a number of our people and trains, and will distribute, a great deal of money iu the county. Mr. Uaird has mnple capital to carry on the business, hisuppoiutod Messrs. Wiley S. Emlnvy Ji.Snu financial agents. We feel sure that the people of Franklin county will join us in wishing the enterprise abund ant success. Frcrn tho Otii District. Td tin; Hume Journal : On last Wednesdey, Dili iust., there was considerable excitement in our vi tality, caused by a difficulty that oc curred petween old man Powell and Pill lMet and wile. Tho facts of the ease, ts we have been ablo to gather them, are that Picket (who was cropping with IWoll,) had left his crop, and Powell was having it plowed. Picket returned home, went into the field with his wife and found old man Powell sitting on the I'ciioe, when a few words were passed about working the crop, Pieket telling IWuli that one of them had to die rglit there. A bum the same time Pick et and his wife jumped on Powell, Pick et 1 8'ng his knife and Mrs. Picket using i hoe, but Powell manaired to cut loose from i hem. Uoth Pieket and Powell arehadly hurt. Dr. Cherry has chariro f both patients. Pickets have been ar rested and will have a hearing before Hesse v on the 21th just. William Winford and Paul Uourris and wife havo returned from Georeiu. and think they will settle wkh us. ttu understand that on the first Sun I'V eveniiiir of this mouth thoro were lli roc (supposed) pistol shots fired on ilic road near Thomas Cassey's, and ilueo young gentlemen, immediately af ter the shooting, were seen ucor the )laee. If this shooting had occurred in the wilds of the far Westthcre would mil havo been anything thought about nut hero wo expect the Sabbath laws observed. In defence of our vi cinity, we will say that tho supposi.d guilty parties do not live in our district. !ut that they euiuo from the direction of Ueclicnl. July 14, 1883. Ousekvkh. mm John Poe Makes an. Attempt to Escape. Quite a sensation was created iu the penitentiary a iW nights ago by the 'liscovcry that John Poe, tho Franklin caunty desperado, who is serving out a mo sentence tor murder, had nearly wade his escape. He has bceu confined fir sometime past in one of the strong est culls of tho prison, No. 14, on the Mtoiu tier, iu wing Ho. 3, with Dave Amlcrsun as his cell-mato or "partuer." One of tho night watchmen who was lssing by his cell and hearing a slight "io Hashed tho light of u dark lantern ' through t the grating and saw Poe trundled on the floo, trying to hide iamsclf from view. The wntchinau nat tily suspected that all was not right, d investigated tho state of afliiirs. He '"'aid that Poo had been working a hole ilirough the Hugging, which he had suc 'iltd in getting large enough for a man's body to pass through. IV had bceu working with a cold 1 chisel and mallet that ho had taken fun tho workshop where he is engaged 'Jriiig the day, and had adroitly con kal in his clothing and taken to his fc" He had wrapped rags carefully round tho head of the chisel and also "round the mallet, so as to completely Wen thesouud of blows dealt by him "en at work. This was always done Juri')g the night, and next morning he 'd take the chippings and dirt away 111 h8 bucket when be went out to ,,rK. He mannged this so well that te almost succeeded in making good his jP' His object was, on getting "fugb the flagstone flooring, to bur y under ground to the outside wall 'lj thence to freedom, and he would ul,tles8 havo accomplished this dosper- Wtempt had not tlie watchman, aiici tli h; almost, discovered him. The """8 vera into,. r..... i.!.., o.l lio' iiunvii U ) nj l&Vlll lllllif removed to another coll tor tlie Pfut.Nttsllvilo Anic,.it.ftlli 12th. ' A. 8. Embrey'8 Will. The following is the last will and tes- uimcut ot tlie late Alexander 8. E,. brey as filed with tho County Court Clerk for probation : Kuow all men by these presents That I, A. 8. Embrov nNi of Franklin and bta.ojf Tenner, do -..... r a mis my jut il and tes I anient, hereby revoking all other wills by mo at any time nmde : iirst-It is my will mid desire that all my just debts be paid, ineluding my funeral expenses, and a tombst ,.!, us my executors hereinafter named may select. All of this t() be done ..r any monies I may have on hand at the lime ot my death, or the first ,uoiw "iiiou may come to their hands. Soeond-I v ill and bequeath to me son, 1 nomas A. K llllii'oi, .in1 I,:.. ...:i ,, .... , ; " nue, 1'uuuio Embrey, the following proper ty, and with the restrictions hereinafter named, to-wit : The house and lot iu which I now live, and lot No. '2 f ,i.,. purchase by me of the Stuwiirt and adjoining my homo place, together nun me eusniiui oi lot o. 1 of said purchase, and upon which a new house is uow in course of erection : nUi. tl. place or tract of laud purchased bv me f rom Daniel J5rsi.elton's estate, a.'ljoin. ing the town id' Winchester, und known as tho Daniel Urazelton place j also, the storehouse and lot on the north corner oi tno 1 ublic Njuarc in Winchester, Tenn., purchased by me from M. AJ.' Henderson, and beiii'' the same now n... cupied by J. L. Uuugli in tho mercan tile business : also, the storehouse lot adjoining tho new storehouse of Wi ley S. Emlirey. and beiiiL' the sunu ,,: chased by mo from Samuel Smith, and now occupied liy Eliott m Williams in uiu uumiicss oi, or sale oi dry goods ami groceries; also, a tract of land of about seventy-nine ncroa ndjoinimr the .uiu.-, oi jiiuinii u. r.murey, jr., John, aigvui, lyiiiiiuii , jra.enon, mid known us a part of the llayden March and Green Uiazelton hinds. Now, if my sou.T. A. Embrey, should die with out issue and his wife Fannie be living, the above-described property I give and bequeath to her during her naturul life, and at her death it is to go to my brothers and sisters, or their representa- uves, snare and sliare alike. Hie lueamiiL' of this bequest is. thatifmv son Thus. A. Embrey should die witli out issue, and his wife Fannie die with out issue from my said sou, then this property is to go as above to my brotlw ersand sisters; but iu case both die with issue, then it is to go to such issue of the two. Third I will and bequeath to my nephew, Willie Sims, now of Fort Worth, Texas, and to James Tanner, the nephew of my wife, the sum of five hundred dollars each to be paid in cush out of tlie money 1 have on deposit in the American National Pank of .Nash ville, Tenn. Fourth I will and bequeath to my nephew, Wiley S. Embrey, jr., (liliiul) and son of Merrill D. Embrey, jr., the one-half undivided interest 1 own iu the tract of hind upon which his father, Morrill D Embrey, jr., now lives ; but should be die without issue, then said oue-Iiult undivided interest I will mid bequeath to my son, Thomas A Em brey. Fifth I will and bequeath unto my niece, Alline Embrey, daughter of niv brother, Wiley S. Embrey, all of my interest (Jicing a jne-eiglirh undivided interest) iu and ton tract of land con veyed to my mother, C. E. Embrey, by Thomas Oakley, lying in district 2s'o. 8, Franklin county, Tenn. Sixth I will and bequeath all of the balance of my estute, real, personal and mixed, chores and actions, notes and accounts, interest mid partnership in tins or any other estate, and ot every character, to my son, Thomas A. Em brey. Put this last bequeath is to be charged with the sum ot leu dollars to be paid by him every two months to my father, Merrill D. Embrey, sr., during his life. Seventh I hereby appoint my broth er, Wiley S. Embrey, and my sou, Thos. A. Embrey, my" executors to car ry out the intent and purposes of this my last will and testament; audi ex pressly excuse them from giving any boifd or surety for their faithful per formance of the same, having full confi dence in their honesty and integrity. In testimony whereof, 1 hereunto sign my name, &c , this 2!lth day of May, 1884 A. S. KMBPEV. Signed and published in our presence, and witnessed by us at the request of the testator, and acknowledged bv him iu our presence, this May2!lth, 1884. T. 1). Grkuoky, Wm. N. Tayi.uk. School Fund. Tho following amounts of school funds stand to the credit of each dis trict in the county, and will be paid to tho proper persons on application : 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. 81,0.12 90 703 50 GO!) 501 S47 12 125 65 204 79 122 25 3G 40 503 70 135 GO 10. 11 244 37 12.... K51 05 13... 35 00 14 234 0(i 15 16 17 18 339 80 250 30 83 80 453 95 Total. 80,784 55 P. G. SMITH, Trustee. July 12, 1884. S3rA good supply of BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS just received at J. A. Gaines'. Call and get a Fashion Plate and select to suit yourself. Also, on hand, pure Linen Lawns, and various other articles usually kept in a first class store. Mountain Council No. 094, American Lcgiou of Honor, meets to-morrow Thursday-night, July 17. County Court Proceedings. Jl'LY TERM, 1884. Prcsent-.T. W. Williams, .TudKe, ami iiio following Magist rates; J U ufii, i ooa rusu r. r . aj im iimn, H V Alexander, U K Powell, J T L'iniiiiey. Win Delzell, John Thurmaii, Mtr.irncr, U FCImmpimi. It A Overbv. W H Phillip?, L D i'arsons and G U unueri. AJXoWAM'KH. B A Crisnmn, boards for jail-. 8 C II Maynard.coflin for Victor Urown Thus Foster, jr., holding impiest over Mrs Church.. X Francis, express on records.. 3 90 00 00 To 00 00 00 00 John Wilder, colli n for George Ellis.... John Hill, colliu for Pen Smith 1' W enger, colHn forchild F Wcnger, coffin for Mary Davis F Wengor, lumber for j'uil..i. F W'cnger, coffin for pauper Marshall A Uniec, for ftfouuty Kecords 00 00 2 71 25 10G 25 2 15 0 00 25 00 12 50 3!) !)5 00 T W & W M 1 ltd t. acei.unt for kecniiiL' Door house J S Miller, repairing courthouse gates Jacob Weidnian, two coffins for Tom Sharp's children 1! F Oakley, ox-oflicio services. H h Taylor, cx-otlicio services VV 10 Taylor, service April term W E Taylor, express on records WICTavlor. miikinir tux books for!l 2.j0 oo E Jaylor, tax aggicgati's for county mill school funds J F ViuiL'han, iirlieles fur iail- Sam Holder, col., colliu for Ike I'aul Caroline Uauiniontree, pauper, one year J A unities, goods for jail. 15 ID! Lay to n Cooper, fox ami cut sculps Thos Foster, sr., 2 fox sculps.. liieh Shasteen, 1 fox scalp li li Williams, 7 fox scalps." 50' 01)1 50 1 50 1 tax hi:u:askh. The Com l made the following rc eascB : Willis Holder, on 2,500 iieres of mountain land, assessed iu 13th and loth districts. Mrs Mary Gregory, tax on land in 2d district having been assessed twice. Smith & Carr, 13 acres of land in 2d district assessed twice. A K Elkins, tax ou land in 1st dis trict, and the same assessed to proper owner. P li Curtis, tax on house and lot in Snlem.and the same assessed to Dr J M Anderson. John F Anderson, tax on 2.500 acres of land in 13th district. Mrs M Jourdiin, S1.50 tax on house and lot in Winchester. Samuel Bobo, tax o:i laud iu 17th district over assessed. John T F iuney, Jas T Skid more und W II Pakcr were appointed a commit tee to havo the bridges at Mann's Ford on Plk river, and Polling Fork, repair ed, and report to tho next term of the Court. VK.MIfi:. The Court appoiuted tho following venire for the July term of Circuit Court : 1st district V W Martin, P P Tur man, S W Houghton and Fllis Days. 2d (jeorgo Weddington ai.d W P Young. 3d No appointment made. 4ih M N Perry and W J P .gers. 5th M N Pobiusou and Albert Fos ter. Gtb Henry Weaver and W L Puker. 7th Fred Poss, sr., and Jim Holder. 8th W P Nevillsnnd V D Anderson. 9th John 11 llendloy and Wit Fin ucy. 10th Muchesncy Moore and W A Shook. 11th John F Holder aud I It Hud dlestoii. 12th J M Kelley and Morcditli Gar ner. 13th Joseph Champion and Jaoob Sparks. 1 4th Win iMcUlum and y A Staf ford. 15th John W Holt and Sam II Staf ford. 10th A J little and Warren Clark. 17th John A Holt and FJbert Pules. 18th No appointment made. Constables John C Finney and W L JsiisH rerc apiiointud to wuit on the Court. "To Do Coodand Distribute Forget Not." In the fierce licat of noonday, at New Orleans, La., on Tuesday, Juno 17, as usual, Ucu'ls If. T rcaurejjnad, of La., and Jubal A. Early, of Vu., met to aid that most meritorious institution the ancient "Charity Hospital" by giving away at tho (Jruud Golden Drawing (the Ki'Jth monthly) of the Louisiana Stato Lottery. The wheel whirled around and scattered over a liulf half a million of dollars right aud left. With out particularizing too many of the win ners to become tedious, wo report that Tickot Mo. HG,41'J drew the First Capi- . !.. li Aim rwm . ..' mi i rr.c oi crou.uuo. it was sold in halves, one of winch fell to a lucky New Yorker who has not allowed his. name to be used. Ticket No. 5.'1,770 drew the (Second L'upitul of SJoO.OUO, one-half of which was held by h W. Kothschild, a merchant ot JSo. 2ii Church st., New York city Ticket No. 27,870 drew tho Third Capital of $20,000; ii was sold iu tooths, one to Air u (Jeo Hen kcls, a well known citizen of Philadel phia, l a.; another to Air Cluis Clarke, of the Hitinc city ; another to A P Bud lain, collected through Wells, Fargo & Co'b Bunk of San Francisco, (Jul.; an other to l'hil O Cruber, Milwaukee, Wis. Nos. 11,181 and 31,309 drew the Fourth Capital of 810,000 each ; sold iu fractions, one-fifth to Wm Boyd, 3 122 School street, St. Louis, Mo Nos. 17, 202, 60,114, 73.8G0, 80,861, drew S5,- 000 each; and so it went ou. The next drawing (171st) will occur on Tuesday, August Jz, of which full information ciin lio lm! from M A JJiopliiti, .ew Orleans, Lu. jf2(i.),5()U will he mm tier ed to holders of tickets costing $0 each. Do not delay tho opportunity. A CARD FROM CAPT. W. P. TOLLEY. To the r)Liocraoy . ii n ul I)intiiet: of On- Tilth Cougres- Tho convention for the nomination of a candidate for Congress Inn ing been called, premuturely, us I conceive, I deem it proper to make known to yo,. tne uiiitude 1 have thus (r occupied this canvssj. At tlie outset I begun ngnaio tne matter ot a nint so that the people might know the views oi me culminates on tlie important is sues ueioro tne country mid have the oeneiii oi tne light mm mi,,lt JU Hu.(1 ovsiieh discussion on those issue aiso made Known inv opposition to an early convention. '!. this end I wrote to each of the candidates nt home. naming a time and place fr meeting, to mniiigan programme ,. the can vims. snid programme to bo submitted to M IV i. , mi hit in Musiiingion. i-ailing in this, 1 made uuothur clliiit about a joint discussion. 1 published a earn announcing an appointment to speak at Manchester the 1st Monduv in tins month, in which 1 invited the can didates to a division of time, and again mere was no meeting of the euiididnies, inoiign there was a good luru-out of the people. It lines seem there was a studied pur pose ill all this. This does not apply to Air. Warner, who was still dutuiiied in Washington, nor to Major Liimlis, who was known, to favor it joint discussion and a postponement of the convention to the usual time. Mr. Alexanders were not known. views I Buj lhi call for the convention m 27 Oo'0arl,T IH ""xt month pre- 10 0lV"",', ll"Mi')',i,.v j"'"1 canvas, "(especially in view 'of the unusually laic difficult to conceive of anything like 50 uJcomr""'"K I'ublie reason 'fur this curly ii i noi mimiiii io mini VXl'gll, It any, the wishes of candidate iulluciici-,1 the committee. It U known two of the candidates fa vorwl an early eonvcnlion and weie op posed to u joint canvas. There bus never betm so early a call for a conven tion in this district since 170. Yh this haste now? Why not a joint can vass, us hits been tho universal rule in this district heretofore when theie were opposing candidates? Is there about to mi instituted a new rule in the polities of ibis eountrj-? Has it come to the point that the manipulation of conven tions is to bo the rule amonr politicians' rather than thcdevelopmuti.f a l.e.ilthv public sentiment that should control such matter? However milch I disapprove this manifest unfairness, unfairness toward the people ns well as some of tlie candi dates, particularly those of us who pro posed to rely n huiu upon a fair expres sion of the will of the people lather than the artful tricks of the, politician. I shall submit to it till and even more, and go before the convention, trusting that the people will rebuke this notion. It is a matter of more concern to them than it can possibly bo to me. Unless more fairness is observed iu conventions the rcsf.lt will ho that all respect anions t1(. people for party organization will be forfeited. The purpose of this statement is that it may lie known that I am In no wise responsible for whatever unfairness or injustice may have been done any of the parties concerned. I am respectfully &c. , Wm. P. Thi.i.i y. July 11, 1884. Cone;ressiniin W'urner Ii:ih uipointi;d a 8oi of (len. Kirhr Smith, of Scivanoe, as n cadet to Wwt'l'uint from this dis trict. Election Notice. WM. B BATH, ( 5 ) VERXOll ( tV Til 1 SI A I K OF TKNNKSSKK-V'a nil vim mm ficsf jtrcjie ut., arreting; TVlmri'im, n veimevuxit.i in the nllicc of Chancellor of the Fourth Chancery Division, canml liy the ileslh of the H.,11. John V. llurton : Xon-, thiucfoiv, I. Wm. J!. Ikitp. (lovei iier ofthcSlat! of 'JViinntsuv, hv vi-rt f tlie power unit iillioiily VeHteil iu mi liy the vunMiluiiuii mid Laws, llmhv imrrr i clir-l nun io in: iiviii wiiuin inw limns in owl Fourth C'hiuioory iJiviniou, on Thursday, tlio Tth day of August, 1.88-1, to fill iMii vniiuicy, mid thShiri(1s niul other uuluvni uiiU-initetl hy law-with Mich iltirii'n in i: . i.. i.. i i .. '.i .1 . . mini Fourth l'kaiury DivMiou will, im mod (lay, pniivsj to oyon mul hohl uniil eh rl inn at nil tli varum preamiXa and votiiitf iU wituin liiiyr rwpecrivf cnirmes, mul one re turn nuke, us jiti.Vulvd hy Imw. in vesiiiiionv wiivrem, 1 iiereuntu ect niv ihauil, and hnveeaiisi-il the lirenl Seal )sr.AI..(of the Stale to lie allucil at .Na. livtlle, w, 'this 2d ilav of.Inlv, ISSl. WM. l!."l!ATi:, (liivemor. D. A. N'l'NN, SeereturT of State. jyM-tde Election Notice. Ill compliance with the ehelion law nt JeimesHei', 1 will,on ' Thursday, the 7th day of August, 1884, open und hold an election at the i'ilmI.ii' votinu places in each civil district of l'Vank- i 1 ii County, tor the luirpnse ol elect inj; A CliHiieellor for the Fourth (. haneerv t:..: .! i ... iSMisiiili, iiiiiiii im.il ui WIC COUIIIK'H Ol nr- ren, (.'ollee, ( iinnoii, ( iriuiily, l!i-tlf(.i' I'rank llli, Lincoln, liiltlierford mul Moore; A Sherill' fur Fiamklin county ; A Trustee" u,r I'Vanklin ooiintv ; helinol Diivetors for the several distrielsol' 1-raiiKiin coiiHty ; also, (.oiuitahlH und Ma. istrntes where vacancies c. ist. The following named persons are uptmint. eil !Siecliil Deputies to hold muiiI lection und innkc uue ri'liiriiHaeciirilinu to Ihw : 1st nistctj Wl'wlfr T X Aril-dp. I Deuherd W W Martin Id District 3d tlistrict l-l lialier Joel V anzant 4th District .r)th Distrivt (till Itistriet Ttli District.... 8th District , O 1' lime Thos Foster. .Fr llenrv Weaver J M Holder It IWell lHli Disfrict .. ...1) H Lmjt 10th Districtj Uth District., lath District.. , A j J lines Orot'iiliaw Wm Delnell - John Tli iirnmii Meredith Garner l.'ll h District. -W E Ilolde 14th Difitnet Mieiiiiili f'lnrb 15th District -William Maim " District Ii D Parsons 17th District Z W B llossmn. lMtl' District j K(J..m, Thin Jiinu W, IH84. J. 1 WKDDL(JTOX," juu23 Coroner Fruuklin County. capital'prixe; 67e,G00 1 . Tickets only S3. Shines in proportion. HI Louidaia State Lottery Co. "We do liiiihy certify lliut wcMiirviKe I lie nn iinp'iiu'iiix (or nil tin- Mi.ninU- iukI Si-iiii-aiiiiiiiil 1 1:1 w hj'H of llir l.oiii-iioii: Sinn i . i :.. i.uiotv nminuv, loiu iii jk i-Miii ii!iti.it;-e nm; c-i hi li-if l,t Iil. ilruu iiii:k tin inn Ivc -, Mii'l ihul Ik sanie uiv comliieteil with lieiuMy, uinicss :inl in koihI faith lowin-il all ioiii, niul vt illlthnrixv tin- t'olnpiiny to iim llii, ci-ililieiile, wiili f in Mimi 1 h ol on r sij;ii:uiiii;K nllm l.iil,ir, its ' i-rli.-i-iiitiili;." Cnmmif.i'wiinrn. Ini-i,rioriitecl In 1M1N f.,r 2.1 ri-nr l,v tin f.(-tisntiii-, for l-liliic-alionril und ( l:o i'lahh piirmw - wiih n i-n,ii;i of I, (loi 1,1100.. ii, which a rt'M-rvc fninl of i.nr -:.mio.'.mi since hii'ii mldcd. I'.y an uvcrwlu lining lepnlur vote ilsfran- rinse as main-a i.ait il I In- presc nl SlaU CciiHlitiitii.il :uli.it...l liie.a.l, A. Ii. iKT'.l. to-iO'Iie oiilv I.i.tii-i-v i-vir voinl on mul ciidoi'M'il hv 111.- iH-oiile of M i v Slati-. Jt never nettle or poionen. Its Crond Single Numhnr Drawings tako iacc Month! v A SPIENDID OPrfiRTl-MlYY TO WIN A FORTUNE. ronnii ;kam miawim;. ci. ..; H, i In- Acsdi-inv ot' Mn.i,. i;vy oi:. Tuenduy, August 12, 8B4 -I7lt -M 1. 1 v In 'mini:. Capital Ptlzo, 1370,COO. 100,000 Tickets at 5 oach. l- rn.'linii in I'ifil, i,, ,,.,.,.i,, LIST OI' ';i::i.n. i caI'ITai. ri:ii-: 7.',niin H'i.iioo )O,(ll0 I-' I (10 I llo do . i'l,1 ii io. J.noo. 1,000 iOO. "no. i in . "id fi;;.Ks .1 .lo lo.iioo ! to "O ll'll . HI loo K" III ll-l i 0,1 II o ln.coo '.'o.ih in :tn,i mo INi.HMI '",( MiU .to Appri xiinatii.il Prim-s. f Approxiinalioii niii ul sT'o. Ci,7."i(l -l.-IOll -..'.(rj !l .In .'mil.. J.'iO . (In H'liT I'l , i-iiii. inning to . Aiilie:iUi.n f,.- :;,!, .w made only In tin- ollin New I irli :ms. In eltili, I ll.e ( ,-ImiiI.I Ii.i i'iiip:my in l'.'l- Tut"! 1 1 . I irfi i ii!.' lull a,Mt, si ll, i-.-p-va'.il, a i.! n;:v tu:i.i;A iiio.tiui wii:,- eli vr! m i i . . . . civ ..l.il.e r. il. Ai,ilii di'iv-s i: ii i- i.-ii i.ii'i i . I. NS . ':!c.AI. I.ANK. , . N.'ivlM.aiH. I.a. lDAl..NirilS .-ni.I I'liiiniirv I, t! is l.v Mail orKx.r,sMali miiiis I. v," . ! . . 1 1 :.i - itiui iijiv.ai.ls I,. Kmoi -- a' i.i:r ,i .1 i.. ...i.-. .1 1 1-1 . A. M. A. IIAI I'IIINV New (irli i.n-, .a., Ii07 Sev. lilli Si W .l-1.il ii, ll.e. if. 1 Sharp Mi 1 V!rCKF.5TES, 72Kf! Titt: ri:i.it:xr Vl.vk 'nil: iVoi-r l'nos- ri.i Sin i: -tin: Wai;. li'ri'i;is ul !miT-lit J'.:lki, !t ii. n l'.i ul I'lllllll-e mi,) aliilpv, see II' N. A. S. MAl;i; l-.s I iovi rnnr i. T. line, .ml to It vulhoiit a pat-alli 1 in ihi.- eiii.nlrv. llnN. A. s. coi.Yai:. i I kn-iw ef n liwlit'ilit n fur .,!,:, ii tt li. ri the .-e!mlai:hii of the r-nliial. s can C"iii.;i;-i ivi:h thai ot the .'railiiales i.l M:irv Shall Coli-e.. H. W. .lAUMAN. I.I.'. !.. 'i.oniian ol I'.iciiilv f..ii,lii-i .uiu Ve;-,.i;. in- I llie of tin an 1. 'I'liiM villi! m llli !l very heil ('iillnres h'. have ila'ielili of mil- h.ih V t" ei;n ale 1 1. 1 ! In in r . ee. ni;v lV.-tm I-: I, r. ;. .it im '.s. 1 1 i 'ii. I it ii a h, N..ihv I Kijiiii! I.i any chool. fr i"ii:, n. in A.'iu r hi, (i. W. (iHll FI.N. D. D. 1 ham imvi -n-tn its sinierinr. DMV. Till IS. C. TiiASiUl.IC.D.'D. I know of im lustiliitii.il that surpasses it, and in r.intse, it stai.'ls mih.i.VW. nr:v. t. t. i:ti in, n. j. I'n.-tnr Walnut St. ( Iiin-eh, Louisville, Ky. im of the must complete school.., for jjirls :leairiuK I" Iveinne woiiii n of hiijh cullmi: S. II. l'Olili, . I)., Kdiloi t'hriitian Iti-iiii-iti.iy, St. Louis. Its locution is udiniialih in one of the healthiest and (ileasanltst towns, nt the most! delightful and salul.iii.iiH portions id Ten-i ncsKcc. HKV. T. (1. .lO.M'D. D. j fi-iV" For cutiiloi'uc or information.! address A. T. BARRETT, Sieretarv of Facultv. Fell. 'JO, 1SK I. AND Flouring Mills, Located in Owl Hollow, five miles west of Winchester, Are in first -class repair, aud any amount of splendid Jeans and Superfine Flour ou hand mid will he sold wholesale or retail. At hisstorein Winchester, where Mr. X. H Martin will he found ready to wait upon cus tomers, he kcepsa select line of Dry ( loods, (iroccries, Dnols and Shoes, Hardware, (Jueinswarc, Confections, Tobacco, Cutlery, !..,.! Cash paid fr Wool delivered either at the Stun, or Mill. Wool ltollscardcd, and delivered at cither place. inv2K-ly I01IN SIMMON'S. r. H. Ct'Ii'll SIMMONS & CURTIS, Attorneys at Ij a "w Winchester, Tenn. Will practice in the eoni.ticKif Finnlilin CuHi c and Moore: also In Supreme Court at Nashville Prompt attention given to col lections. novl4 Oi'iccsoiitli-bustrtuk'of PlihhiSnuaic. BRADFORD NICHOL, . t AN!) MATTKESSES, .Ni. V . t'ollit;c Stnit, Mvrcliiiuts Ulmk, Nashville, Tenn. All (fnoils lir.l-clnss. nmi-iifl-ly MAX ROSENHEIM. Johlier of f'ino Cf SAHS & TOBACCO, Xo. II North C'hi-rrv Street, Nashville, Tenn. "Cliinv l.ips," "I.iiAfiienna," mid "Clnli Ifolifc" I'iiiHi-s. mai(!-lv Ti-ii 1 T. K. Wiiisteml. H.o. Wiiistcml. Maxwell House Shoe Store. T. E. WIN3TEAD& CO. I), ah rs in SOOTS, B$ZC&&, t!!jij)rrK mul 1'uibnUn, No. Ml t'lniivli Street, lieiry Ulock, mar'Jli-ly NAS1IY11.1.K, TKXX. CHAS. MITCHELL, Jr., WhoU-sale ami K,-iu! Baker & Car.dy Manufacturer, Pis I'liiini St., Nalivi!le, Tenn. lIOMK-.MAliK CAXliJ.X A Sl'KC'IAI.TV, Send for n linx. Doll rs for Weddings and I'm ties IVoinpllv Ml.-il. Lm.-irti-ly " .1. J. Vkxaiim;, .Vnil;ir. J'ri'jit'ii t'n AX'S Restaurant, No. 7 North Clu rrv Street, Nr.shvlllo, : SHf" Meals si I'Vell llli iuar'Jli-1 v Tenn. ut all hours. CROSTHWAIT & CO., ampl goom, .'ID A'orfi Vhemj Street, (lpiosite MeliaviH'k Muck,) Naohvillo, : : Tennessee. Hist of AVines, lnpiois h.ivs Oil liullll. ami Cigars al- ll'el.l.) zr v. is"? it- r. H ri r r. P "Tl "r- a C Tj (I'M c w c H O w CO CO w c c W L. s - e- v. i a K 2 o o o O O o o o o COO C C0 7s 5 o - o o o The place to et the hesl lirands ol Old Whiskies, und pure, tineohl Apple llrandy.is at No, 111 X.Siiinnier si., near Union. Choice l.iiUors mul Cigars and Tohaeeo cmistautlv onhauil. JAMKS Kll.LKLFA, net'J'i Nashville, Tenn. OriZUSSn J7"XX HJNT on 'ASHV1LLF, TKNN. Lurnest and cheapest limine ill the South. Instill incuts sold on monthly or quarterly payments, Virile linn lielole piireliiising, iipr.'tn-ly WARREN BROS., . Nasiivii.i.k, Tknn., Dealers in PAINTS OF ALL KINDS, ila.edSiish, Vnriiishes, ils, Doom, lilinds, Hru-'heH, Corks, Artists' (imuls, Window Glass all sixes, Stencil inks, Wax and Paper Flower material. AkciiIs Hailroad Colors. uprSO-ly m i ..-..----------.-.'. RIDDLE & COMPANY, Manufacturer of Sasb; Doors, Winds, Glazed Windows, Dealers in Paints, Oils,(ilass, Vnrnishes,&c. No. Oil Church street, above College, bpr3()-ly NASHV1I.I.K, TKN.V. B. POOLE, Photographer, Corner Union and Cherry St., NASHVILLE, f i ' ' TENN. BEST WHISKY WEST, f HWlLSfll Winchester, Tenn., i. ;-. ' : . IK sires the people of 1'rniiklin cumily to know his j nets on t -.t Dry Goods, Clothing, NOTIONS, :-AND GRCGEEIES. lie liascoimcuiciil liiislness in tliv htiild liiK uneil fi r a l'osti llice last ytar, next il,(,r to lOlliotl & Williams', whrrc'cusinim-rs can Ki t n No. 1 article of nimiU. We will lie (;lai to liave a lilitial lHlrou ;;e.. We lire K-lliiift l ajiiilly. Goods are comirff in daily, ami we iiniliTtiili'tn sav tloit (outs lire lieii.K sold, mid will I. ho1,, jM vi(l,ei.,r hh i-lieap ns tiny ean possildv iK Loiiijlit iu any market. ' - ' Ir-i?" (ii ve iii a trial. W. H. WILSON. M iieli 211, ls1. JOHN F. VAUGHAN WflK'lmSf I ,roilll(HM'C. Iicah r in ami Mamifacturrr of HK, COPPER AND SflEET- IRON WARi The Queen. 1 have the exclusive rit;ht for the iiiiimi. liiclmi and sale, fertile coiiiiticsof Knuiklin, LiiKHiiti. .lonrc, IVdlnrd und Collcc.of the hest (.'ull'ce I'ot in existence. Trv nm. Il.ininw on hand n lai-'t iissortiiii nlof mm he proiiosi s to sell Cheap, exclusively for CASH. Has also a full Ksortmuiit of Japunm-d and l'ri -ed Ware mi hand, hcs'ules Pumps and Pump-Tubing. f .ITRoolinK and Cluttering dune to order, in the most approved stvlc. Jan.ll,lS7!t-lf IM) fi STATE Agricultural and Mechanical Knoxvillo, : Tennessee. Next Sewimi lie-ins Sejit. 4th, 1884. Tlx re arc course,! in Agriculture, Scienee, l'.ninei rim; the ('lassies, under thirteen Professors mul Iitruclors. Two years of preparatiiry instruwimi are provided, Discipline reusonalileund faithful. Facilities fur moral and religious traininj;. The Military orKani.atioii secures regularity, precision and proinptiicss in all thei xcrcises. Hitnation, healthlul ; sjirroiuulinus, lieuuli ful ; ct i inn If, superior. Tuition is free to students appointed liy nieinliers of the Legislature, and hv Slate, ( Viinty ami t'ity Slipi i-inlenilinls of 'Schools. Xcccssiiry expi uses ii hou I!? 170. Fur Catalogues, c.. nililnsn KODKH MASSIF, jmilS Chaiiuiau of the Faeulty. If You Are Northwest, tSo uth west, BE SUEE I ' Vnni Tiririito TioaH ma thn NitCftSUouisRY; THE McKNZlE ROUTE I The First-class and Emigrant Passengcra' FAVORITE W. T. ROCERS, Pass. Agent, Chattanooga, Tcim. W. L. DAN LEY, - lien. Puss. A Tk Agent, " Ka.Iiviile, .', J. S. CARTER ". Tieki4 Agent, Winchester, Tnn.,. Fi.ori. torn. - Wait. X. Wi.imki r ESTILL & WHITAKER, ' Attorneys at Law, Winchester, Tenn. Will urnetiee in the Courta of Frahklial and adioinimr counties ami in the Supiw Court at Nashville. Ijann-'W, 11 Mi H'lllcl 1 1 1 I v. A . l!i ; 4 i.I It: 'v ' ! it i - a t 'ii