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- I ' V' jlOME JOURNAL RAILROAD TIME TA1JLE. PEC1IKUD. TEN'S. Nontn. v.. (l Ixnvcn 8.25 p.m No; 4 " lo.ou a. in V.. 1 I.1-IIV0H- ll.fll 11.111. N,l " 7 .'JO a.m. v it " -- 4 'J'ip.in ',,n- Nos. 1, 2, II and 4 run dailv, Nos. Bund 'I" not run Sundays. I., i I .uirv, ;ecni oun MAILS. fvllltll - Js'urlli-- North fjulltll M.Mii 'i.'i:.t. 10:30 a.m ;(;00 l'. M. 12: p.m. fi:(lll p. a I.u: L. Avi:hm, I'. M. court CIIANCKKY ('UI'HT. lion. K. ! ": ncnek Chancellor. Citpl. Chin Arleditc, Clerk uml Master. Sessions, four) li Miiiulu v in Jaiiiiurv and In in1. CIIItLIT COUIST. If. n. J.J. Williams, Jii'lt-'f. A. 11. Woodard, Attorney (iciicriil. Nathan Francis, Clerk. Sessions, fniirlli Monday in Miirc-li, July A 11,1 November. COr. NT Y COl KT. Juliii W. WiHiaiiis.JmlKc. Win. K. Tavh.r, Clerk. J. R. Adilev, Heisler. ' )t. .Smith, Trustee. K. I'. Oiikliy.SlieiilV. County SuK'rinteiili ii'Ih olliec vacant, ow ing to lli'i' ileiiih of V. 1.. Cherry. I'lie Coun ty Cniirt, will lill the vacancy. ' Julin 1'. WcddiiiKton, Coroner. J. V. Kyler, Survivor. Wm.il. Kiifwy, Uanu'cr. J.J. Martin, Notary 1'iiblie. Every communily is cursed bv tho presence of a clusa of poople who make it their luHiness to attcnj to everybody's business but their own. Such people ure tho meanest spoeimens of depraved iiuiiiLjr niiicn an nll-wiso Providence permit, to exist on thw s!n cursed earili. It is well known tlmt ulmost every .er son is goinewlmt disposed to speak evil of others : and lUttlilKF in II win fn.in which very few ran chtim to lie. exempt Hut llio ohjeet of this article, is to nptuk of that distinct ciuss of luttlers who make liilu-licuiiiiL' thecoiislunt business ol their live. Thev pry into tho pri vale ulluir of every 'family in the neighborhood; they know the exact slnteol'one neighbor'ij fcelint,' toward another: they understand everybody' faults, and no little blunder or misde ineanor ever escapes their vigilant watchfulness. They aro particularly well posted upon cverythihir connected with courtship and matrimony know wlui are going to marry, to whom, and can nucss the exact time when it will take place. They wulch every move incut of parlies suspected of matrimonial intentions, and if there is the slightest eliance to create u disturbance, excile jealousy, or "break up" a match, they take immediate advantage of it, nud do all in their power tnj;eep people in a vexation. They glide quietly from gentleman to lady, from nioihcr to daughter, from father to son, mid in the ears of all they Eleventh District. The explanatory card that appeared in tho Journal of tho 13th inst., from the Eleventh District, does not explain things just as they were. Tis true the Commissioners did employ Jerry Wil liams ns principal of said school. And whv did thev do this T Sinmlv because they found him worthy and well qualified io take charge of same, lie Hem a first-class eernlieatu from the County Huperinteinlciit ami a good recommen dation from Pruf. 'IVrrill ; and, there being no other applicant for the situa tion, thy employed him. The Commissioner were not aware that It was necessary to first consult L. S. .Matthews before they acted, as be was no Commissioner. They were then, and are now, of the opinion that they had a right to employ any one they saw lit, if worthy and quulilied. From the reading of the explanatory curd, any one would think, who did not know things to the contrary, that ut most evcrv one in the district was op posed to .furry, when the facts are that 14 out of 120 voters were opposed to him. The law says that the people have a voice in all meetings pertaining to schools L. S. M. seems to think that no one has a right to a voice except (those who have children large enough In send to school. , tor one, luivo no children largo enough to attend school, vet 1 have lie Decherd Items. Pccliei d is getting dry and dusty. Since the election all has been quiet. There is no boom in the wheat mar ket, and business is rather languid. Quite a dumber of young ladies from our town enjoyed a pleasant tr'p to Monlci''lo one day last week. Mrs. Sparks, Miss May Harrow and Miss lie- tin llhelt, from Heme, d'n., with Miss Annie I'urks, Miss Annie Martin, Miss l-oreuii Swan, accompatiied by two gal lant youni: gentlemen J W. Brown, jr , ami Oscar Mason all say they en joyed the trip very pleasantly. Mrs. J. W. Brown and .Mrs. W. W. Martin al so accompanied the young folks, to see thai they did not go aslrav. Mr Joshua Ball, the Quaker, deli v. ered quite an interesting lecture at llic Presbyterian Church yesterday, on the manners and customs of the Quakers, lie had a fair audience, who were well entertained. On the wind up of bis lec ture he took in the subject of temper ance, which he handled admirably. We can certainly endorse nil he said, uml cheerfully recommend him to till wherev er he may travel. lie has been lectur ing for six years in tho Southern Slates. Mr. Hubert T. Miller and wife, fur- CAPITAL PRIZE, 875.0CC ! Tickets only 85. Shares In proportion. School commences at Mary Sharp College next Monday. Mr. Tom. Arledge is an applicant for the office of Jailer. Well, the show 1ms come and gone. It wasn't much. Mr. J. Y. (Tidk) Keck, of Normandy, was in town last Friday. Prof Joe G. Estill, f Manchester College, was in town last Saturday. Congressman Warner was on our streets last Friday and Saturday. Dr. E. C. Marks, of Tracy City, was in town last Saturday. Mr O.C. Logan is running a travel ing dairy. Col. Goo. W. White, of Nashville, is Tisitmg relatives and friends here. Sweet potatoes (this year's crop) are selling here ut Vo cents per hnshel Tim discord that exists bet w.-cii the l.ooplo here will eventually ruin the town. ;:eii paving taxes lor l.i I'.i.ii. l.i ..liinol.. r.ll.i.i.t,....i.l.i'd f.liil.l..,i. . i,.inifiiiii.tiii-PllM-iviiirii:cviitltMt , ,. . , therefore the law says I have as much m"rl.v tlw ilco. now ol l.irn.mghaui. right to a voice in school matters as the Ala., are upon a vi-.it to friends and person who has a dozen children to' relatives. send. It is not right to have taxation j ) .lt Thursday, in the 8th distiict, without representation. However, wc.m.. w:n i "... p ,,... . ... I 1.11. .. .1. .ii'i.xe NIH. . . .11111 I .mi . Moore and Miss Iilcllu Powell, dmiL'h- Wcll, the meeting of the people, or . ter of Mr. John Powell, were united m Lev. J. L. Puyiiu performed to. Their black mid nauseous pills of " majority : This meeting was not miptj.,l ceremony, slandernre sugar-coated with smiles and 'jcallw Commissioners, nor was it M s . M fi , , . , , ... ! called bv the people. It was called by 1 .,, . . . homed words ol fr.endsbip. . L s A"lnllliJH, ui.d the call was I lit' "u Kl.etl.w.ll return to then- home Tattlers are confined to no particular ispomlod to by a few ; at least be had a' in Koine, Ga., next Thursday. Mrs class of sociely. They belong to all 1 liit with the names of I I attached, j L V. I'm k will accompany them on a classes and operate in all. They arc J wo v".u'' n our full strength in ( brief visit. i line jjictl'liiu, vini.n. ii if ill I. i r. fi i li ' i...ni-d,-k. I.li.,.,. i,i...i..-. PJ 1.... m.i ii once in leniiessce, wnen hrown-, . , , 'low i,as (iovernor. ami at the same lime pretend to be the I Wnii ii. ..: v..' ... i .... ....... 7 " . . . 1 .. 1 i '. I "si niuci-ie iricnii oi inose iney iinu ni least 1 4 ol iiiein, which l-. claims, man niye. Louisiaia State Lottery Co. "We do hereby cwtify ilnit wi-supervise I lie nrraiKn'nirnu lur till the Menieiv uml Hciiil-nuuinii iliuwinirs ut' the l.iiiiiidinui Stiitt Isilterv Coinpiniv, uml in iiernin niiin:i(;e uml iu'II rol,l lie lira wings i iieniK'ives, linn H.nl nil same ure eniiilueni! villi Imr.eMv, faiiness uml in kooiI faith (owaid till pnrties, uml we :iul!iori.e the Company to in-eihis eerlilieiue, Willi lae-xiiioli sol our ni(:iialuri s utlai l.i e, in its ll ' erlixeliients." BRADFORD N1CH0L, P V J T V T5 22 M ATT K ESSES, Xo. 9 X. ('iille(e Street, Merehnnts Uloik, Nashville, Tcnn. All (foods lirstVliis. uiiii'-'fi-ly Will Winchester, Tenn., MAX ROSENHEIM, Jobber of Kine CISARS & TOBACCO, No. I Nuilli Cherry Street, Nashville, : : : Tenn. "Cherry Lips," "I.aAfiieiiiia," uml "Club O.sires the pieple iA I'luiikliil ci.lintr" d know his prices on Dry Goods, Clothing, NOTIONS, ' r,0OTSr::-SllOF.V::-llATS, -:-AND GROCEEIIS.-:- IIiiiih'" Cigars. niar'Jti-ly Coininii'i'itmrr. I rpnrateil in 1M8 for 2." yen rs by the I-crislanin for Kilueuliomd mid Chiirilalih piirposniili n eupiliil of . 1 ,000,000 - to uhieh a rem-rvi- fiinil ut over ."i(Ki,.')00 !ia si iii-ii heeii milled. Ily an iivi'rttlieliiiiiiir'.nipular vote lis fraii eliise was iiiahe a pari id the present St uu Consliiuiiiiii udopled Iiic.'Jil, A. I). 1S7,I. B'l?.. The imly Lottery ever voted on mid cmlorH-d hy the people of any Slate. li lirvi r triilin or jinnljimir. Its Crand Single Number Drawlngstake place Monthly A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE. ninth ;i:ani hiiawinii. class I, ill the Aeadeiny of .Miede, NIAV ll- i.lans, Tuesday, Sept. 9. 1084 171st -Monthly Jiruwinc. Capital Prize, y7D,OCO. 100,000 Tickets at S5 each. 2oih. X. iiijrsand bruised hearts of their victims. I tic, and then .1. C. Williams produced ill ,,, , 1101iU. y,.u, , i i ii-i , i . i , , . i i i n, . ! .- ,i .otner articles Usually Kept in Ifcnuless old maids and childless matrons pawr siirned by 21 voters stutuiL' that , ' cluss store. ...I... 1 1 I I . n,.,,, une ., .run aim !esS mijri,v 2(l, t!M. L. S. is right ; , . . ; ? . I" y"'" ' Vr'"t' .. .. fJTA frooilsiq.lyolPil lTKKK'K-S other people's private business, t. retail The Chair d.d.led that the m-et-l ,Al 1 )n "l . ,, , . inir wis illeL'iil And us In that motion 'tonnes . Call and L'ct a fashion 1 late i scandal to their ncmbliors, nud exult in . " , . r J ,, , ' " inouoii . " i .. ,. i . . , , ne claims the (, hair would not let come; and select lo suit vnursell. Also, on " ' I ",u "" ib,- .re t he ions.! it was debated a it-'l I I 1 1 ......... ..,! ..,-;... ii ... . it.-jf. par signed uy make the most the world. Thev seem to """ , 1 p , " ,, !;':., .p1 Organ for Sale. taken tattling irom the promptings nt a ,,!,! Vl)l, ,iH. Matthews had 14 natural instinct, and thev prosecute it Williams 21. Kiirht theie and then! Anyone wishing a new organ, war with an ener honor to the ofDarkness himself. Our contempt tiling which are Cupar's." Winchester, Tenn It cost 82011, and tattlers knows no bounds, and we can I 'I lib Commissioners were sworn to do can Ik-bought for ? 100. iiue,!! lit :...t ...i.:..i. A A.. :i il.i.iH.lntt. tl... lu.ct ..r tlu.tr ..l.ilii lion uu I... iii in iiiuii hi .TAifiunn no ...... ... " ... .tw ... ...... ........j. , lA.rfl ..... .. . ... . . , .mi . i ii i i:i i A good cook, male or female, white 1 i in-1 i . i ii-, in l'ifihh, in priipoi'tii.u. list or pihi:h. 1 CAPITAL I'ltlZK fTo.ooo I do do L'.'i.OOO I do do 10,000 J l'l;l.i;s of sntmo Inoo do ,000 ... 10,0110 10 il-i 1,000 lll.llliO 'll do ."lOO.-. 10.000 100 do '.'00 'Jll.tllill ;;oo do uo. :ni,uoo odll do oO Jj.l.'OO 10110 do J" '.!' ,UI ill T. K. Winxtead. lt.O. Winsteud. Maxwell House Shoe Store. T. E. WINSTEAD & CO. iK-id.-rs in iS'i'yiyw's ami Umlrt'Uu, No. lot Church Street, Heiry liloek, mar'Jtl-ly NAS11V1LLK, TK.NN. CIIAS. MITCHELL, Jr., Whol. sale nud IMail Baker & Candy Manufacturer, l.'JH I'nioii Si., Nashville, Trim. IKJMi:-.MAlK CANMIX A SPECIALTY. Send lor u l!o.. ( i-i.-rs for Weddings nud Parlies Promptly Pilled. inai:!li-ly He line eeiiiiueiieed l usiiips in the build' ill)! used for n Pit flier ho t year, in (t dceri to Kllmtt & iIIiiiiiih', where eiieii u.ers cmi Ket ll No. 1 nrliele of (roods. We will he Kind lo linve n liiierni puirtui ng'. We are selliiiK ri4illy. Gocds are ccmiug in daily, and we tinderluketo sav thai lmo'Is nra. being sold, and will he sold, in Wineheslir is cheap ns they eun pnsriniy lie lioiifclil in any market. '; . SfeiT t!ivc us a trial. W. H. WILSON. Ma reli 211, 1SS1. T Via' tin v I Mu ttu if' r. r. r. Newman, Vruiwirtitr, Restaurant, No. 7 North Cherry Street, Nashville, : : Tenn. tie" M.-nls -rved up al nil hours, iiuir'Jli-1 v st accomplished scandal-! ll,,'J' wrre '" ,liv,,r d" Jerry tcacTiinir ; ... j, ri.. . iaud J. (!. W. pioposed that it Jlat e w..r Id. 1 bey seem to iH ,ip from the promptings of a jW(,( Vl)l, ,iH. Matthews had 14 r-y that would do infernal Matthews withdrew his motion, and this, mtlul fr five years, and in sp endul ,;?r i b, b... i l..;.... I'm hy it did not conic before the house. !"rK procure it very cheap hy in - mi t-reat leader-thelrince ,,nw, S.J. W., care II o .Journal, l.t.n..,.lf ....... C..H . . . V. . .ll'' ..... . 'I 1. ..... O.lllll I Approximation Prizes, 0 Approximation prizes of JT'iO-.. 11," "ill II do do o00.-..4.-")0) ll do do ':... . infinity. What puishmcnt they deserve VVilt, t:"'y ll'.Vd the teacher they ' ,i . , n . i ... did not know, nor do they know vet, we cannot know but God knows, and ,, . , ' . .. . .'. , ' ... that a aiL'o minority was airainst bun. assure ns Jlis eternal justtco reigns, : jf 14 jg ,nnjoriiy of 120 L S. is right, or cdnred, can secure a perinaneiit sit- they will receive retribution 111 propor- As to tho cut and dried part "you ( ual 1011 at unusual rates r pay, by ap tiontothe ma-nitude of their olfcnees g for my son, and I will go for your . plying ; at the Home .Journal ollice. Pay- brother these views are too narrow 1 nirni ny uie wcck or mom 11. unicr for libiiral-iiiinded men. The idea of ami fuel very convenient, and labor P.Mi" Prizes, einolinlint; lo S-Jli-Vi1'1 ApplieiOioll for rules to elul s i-hmild h- made only lo the ntheeuf the Company in New Orleans. l-'.ii- fiirllr.rinforiiialioii write clearly, Kiv ilii; full address. Make P. O. Money oi lers navalile and address II.-Ki-lereil letters In NKW OULKANS NATIONAL I'.ANK, New I i leaiii., La. I'IKTll Vll'l'l.'vi .m.l ,,r.i;.,..rv 1.0 ti'l'U llV Mail or Kxim-ss I all sums of live dollars ami upwards hy L'.pr": al our expense I to HI. A. DAUPHIN, New I Menus, La., or M. A. DACPIIIN. Iill7 Seventh Si. .Washington, !.('. against the laws of ests of humanity. (iuil and the iuter- Our newly-elected county oflicers will qualify and enter upon their dulies next Monday. Mr. John 15urrough, and bis nephew Willie, arc visiting relatives and friends in our town. Mr. Albert Lefebcr, of Cincinnati, is visiting his brother, Mr Ceo. F. Iefe- ber of our town. mm It is thought that com, as soon as the new crop conies in, will drop down to $1.25 pir barrel. Remember, that tho candidates for (lovcrnor will address our people next Friday. We anticipate a large crowd. . We have given both sides a hearing on the school question in the 11th dis trict, and anything further niUBt be paid for. Tho parties who were damaged by the lute fire have bad their claims satisfac torily ndjusted by the Insurance Companies. Tho Coleman Hoys will give a Con cert at Marv Sharp College on l'ndny uisilit of next week. We bespeak for them a large audience. . m. i,M K .Tones. Secretary, bus our I'll. v. w " , . thanks for an invitation to attend a bar becue ut Flintville, Sept. 3d, in the in terest of the North Alabama Railroad A tooth-doctor, claiming to be an In (lian doctor, was in town yesterday, and pulled a fireat many teeth, besides sell in' a considerable quantity of medicine MAUitiKD.-Sunday, August 24tJi 1884, at the residence of Mr Luke Kel ler, near Winchester, by Lsqr. John Lawinir. Arthur Counts to Margaret Hall. Masonic Stated meeting of Cum berland Lodiro No. ld, next Saturday iiirrbt.Amr.no. 1884. A full attend ance requested. ; Uy order of the W. M. II. II. Dvus, Sec'y Our ofRco was favored with a line call, lust Thursday, from Mr. Uutler. of Nashville, and w ho will b pleasantly remembered by all of the Tennessee Tress Association who were of our two lastauuual excursions. Mr. Butler lettersfroin North Carolina this year to the Favetteville Observer were full of interest and beautiful descriptions We ask careful perusal this week of (he supplement which goes with the Home Journal. J5y an oversight the letter id acceptance of Gov. Cleveland appears in the supplement as well as in 0111 regular issue, but it is short and de serves double publication. We desire especial attention to the comments of the press upon that not on ly useless but unconstitutional humbiiLr called a liaib'oad Commission that is, three men, at salaries of 82,000 each, to dictate and interfere in chartered lights of railroads. It is a dangerous prece dent. The Legislature might, with just as much reason and justice, have created a Commission to regulate the charges of wholesale merchants, and of manufacturers. The Courts have de cided the law unconstitutional, and it needs no repeal, but we urge its repeal as an evidence that the next Legislature may have tho credit of having more sense than the one that enacted the thing. We war.t more railroads, and compe tition will bring cheap rales. As to any wrong committed by railroads, let them bo punished in tho courts accord ing to law, but not by three men clothed with all power, and who, if they had the requisite capacity, ns the Clarksvllle Chronicle says, to manage one railroad could com niand five times tho salaries they get for managing all tho railroads in the State. Let th'iso who rcmenilier what a " children's party" was in tho days of their childhood coutrast it with the "ju code parties" of the present day. In tho old time we went happily to tea by daylight; there was a good romp; "hunt the slipper was not vulgar; ami we were all dreaming of the past scenes before eleven o'clock. How differently is it all contrived now ! They come late and go latc-tho boys aro young gentle incu, stiff and round coiiiircu. a is 1101 a pretty child that now enters your drawinu room halt shy ami nil happy it is a very little woman, Bounced to the waist, aud perhaps with her locks a lit tlo dishevelled 11 fact that the poor, nrcttv little wretch 'will account for by a languid apologetical reference to the circumstance f her having been out Into "four nights ruuuing." It is these late hours that aro making rare what was onco tho most beautiful sight in creation a blooming, happy, honest, unsophisticated English girl in her teens. holding a man responsible for the acts of light. his brother is ridiculous. lie it said to the chagriu opjioneiit, that he and Miss Cowan tcacliuiL' a most excellent sciiuoi, 111 which can be verified by parties who have visited the school. K. li. Williams, Writer. Jam. T. f kidmoiik, W. M. Cowan, W. J. 1W.K1.S..K, Directors. iary Sharp College WINCHESTER, TENN. To the Voters of County. Franklin Tin: PitLnusr Yi:.vi: Tin; Mosr feint's. Sixci; Tin: Wak. Plto i)rriiIIS of I'lllillrlll Jiulgi'S lis l-'aelilv in culture uml ahilitv, second lo HON. A. S. M AliKS, Kx-t iovernor of Tennessee, It is without 11 parallel in this eoiiulrv. HON. A. S. COl.VAIt. I know of no Institution for women when the scholarship of the (iradiiales can compare In reply to a pcr. oiial appeal made to J. M. Kelly, and also to a private letter received by him. signed by Floyd r.still and James Icfeher, soliciting him to agree that a certain number of men se lect a candidato to run against W. W . Gordon for Kepreseutalive, we hereby express our opinion that the people of,illi thai of the paduates ,of Mary Sharp ' , ,. , ., . . 'College. ( I. V. J AliM AN, LL. U, franklin county have the exclusive, ( i,,,!,.,,,-,,, f j--,u.lv South-Wcstcrn I'm- right to say at the ballot-box who shall jvemiiy. represent them 111 iheiieiieral Assembly. o,, of ihe verv 11 Coll.nes of our wind J. M. Kellv is willillir to submit Ids land. Those who have da'uditers lo educate claims to them and abide their decision. We have known Mr. Kelly since his boyhood, and say to the people of Franklin county that he is a true Dem ocrat and an clhcictit olbcer, ami il lected will fill the office with honor to himself and credit to tho people. We know that ho is competent for the posi tion to which he aspires, and w ill be a true servant of tho people All he asks is a fair race. Ho will submit cheerful ly to the voice of the people al the ballot-box in November next. could wild llieiu to no belter place, lil'.V. T. (i. .IONKS. I. r. Pastor 1st Itaptist Church, Nashville. John I lousier, John r . Anderson, I'm. Harnett, Ilenrv lionee, lames Marlnw, John I), (jiimer, Uolman Perry, Tho. I). Johns, Taylor (lariter, K 1). ltrown, W. T. Ives, Lurking (iaruer, Calvin (lamer, J. II. Prince, W. T. Collins, Win. Stephens, J. 1 Lynch, I. K. Iluddleslon, jr., II. II. Smith. l'oual toauv chool.for women, in Amer ien, (i. W. (iHlrUN, I. 1. I have never si-en its superior. KKV. TUOS. C. U.ASHALl'., I. 0. I know of no Institution that surpasses it unci in Tennessee, it stands unrinillnl. KKV. T. I . I'.ATON, tl, li. Pustor Walnut Si. Church, Louisville, K One of the must complete school for (,'irls. lesirini' lo become women ol mA runuf. S. U, KOUl), LL. P., Kditor Christian Kcpusitoiy, St. Louis. Il location is iidiniiahU in one uf the heiilthiesl and plensnntest tow ns, of the most ;lt-l i tr 1 1 1 f ii I and salulu ioiis portions of Ten nessee. KKV. T. O. JONKS,l. 1). teff For catalogue or information, address A. T. BARRETT, Secretary of faculty. Feb. 20, 1H84. Settle Up. I nHetfuIly ask till owing mo. in call im mediately and settle in the next tenduvs. 1 u-lul. to M-tilf books. Corn or wheat will Im- tnken ut Klk Mills j or, call on Kmhrey A Son, who will receipt you. Snr IWt lnrRct the COLT SHOW the 1st Monday in wentcmiier. riiosc who liuvu Iransferred property should settle at once, us U is due. ungM-'Ji J. K. DAVIS. FOH SALE. One brood mare, one voiin" horse, one milch cow with young ' . . . . . .1 . e .1..'..... ralf, anil ten or itiicen neim m sueup, n. it. i'owixl. augO-'it Ucchcrd, Tcnn, We pity the man the Southern Democrat, espeeially-who can see any ,-eason for supporting B. F. Butler for President. We tliiuk we would prefer Blaine, for Butler is tho more corrupt. H. C. LITsTCK, 21 N. dicrrv St., Nashville, Venn., (.'hi doer (north of Maxwell Ifoii'e,) DU3ANG3 SALOOHi The best of Wines, Limion., Ciifars im.l Tohacco. I"'"-'18' CROSTHWAIT & CO., 30 Xorth Cherry Street , (Opposite MeOavock liloek,) Nashville, : : Tennessee. JOHN F. VAUGHAN Windiest l ,TeniicHHr-, IVab r in anil Muiinfacturf r of TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WAR ',. The Queen. liest of Wines, I.iipiors and wn.vs 1111 hand. Cifiai's al-Ifehl.'! ?? mm? 3 n C5 'j. 5 ? 1 z.. o P e- 1; " 2 7. o K S-l H 5c o 5. ' I have the exclusive right for the nmnii I act ure anil sale, for the counties of Frank I'm, Lincoln, Moore, l'edford nml Coflie, of th best Colli e Pol in existence. Try one. Has now onhand a larjjc nssortniMitof , which he propose to sell Cheap, exclusively for CASH. Has also n (nil ussortmviil of Japanned and Pressed Wareon hand, besides Pumps and Pump-TubiDg.. I-arll'iolinirnnil (iiitlcring done to onb r, in the inosl approved stvle, Jan. ll.lS7!-tf C3 OF ALL KINDS JlEATLY jlXECUTED 2 c' a 3 c tr C 1 o a S3 C c 3 3! n M n MO -8 Cfq VV. RANSOM'S Z v. V. l-s c J. G9 N3 CJ1 S O O 15 OO S o o e o o DO .0 0 700 AND Flouring Milk, Located in Owl Hollow, five miles west of Winchester, rc in lirst-elassretiair. and nnv amount ol splendid Jeans and Superfine Flour on bund ami will liesoiu noiesaie or n-iaii. ' Al bis store in Winchester, where Mr. X. It Martin will he found ready to wait uponcus tinners, he keeps 11 select line of Iry (mhxIh, (Iroeeries, Hoots and Shoe. Hardware, liieeusware, Confection, Tobacco, Cutlery, e.. &V Cash paid for Wool delivered either St the Store or Mill. Wool discarded, Slid delivered uf cilhcrplnee. fmy28-ly Excutor's Notice. All persct.i' are hereby notified to present their claim against thu' estate of Mrs. Helen Coley, late of said county, deceased, wilhiu 1... ,j..nvilu.il l.v l.tu- ..tll.i.rhv nmil nr ill person lo (ieo. It. 1-uirlinnks, one nl ino lCxeeiitors of said estate, at Sewnnee, l'riink- III I'm count v, Tenn., or in default thereof this f .1. . ... . ... . . .. I R ... ..-.II .... ........ .,,1. Ill, 1. Ltd. ..in .Mil' L ... WH'-n1 l' KI H SK Y lull persons indented to said estate Ure nulilleii SlJ JUXJKJX ?t AliWii to make sAllkmeiit thereof to IhesanHieo. K. I l-aiibanks. W. C. WILLIAMS, ll. K. FA1RHAXKS, l'.x'rs ot tbe eslnte of llelcu Coley, dee'd Auk. 4, ISSt. 0-t , AT THIS OFFICE. Non-Rcsidont Notice. In County Court of Franklin County, Tennessee. B. F. Champion et. nls. vs. James Yeats et ills. In this cause, it appearing to the under siL'iicil.t'li ik of said Court, from complain mils' bill, w hich is sworn to, that James and Jane Yeats, and the heirs at law ol' Solomon Sparks and wife Cynthia, are non-residents of 1 lie Slate of Tt iincssve, so that the ordi nary process of law cannot be served upon them. It Is therefore ordered fhnt publication he made for four oonserutive weeks in the Home Journal, a newspaper published- at Winches ter. Tenn., reouirinL'suid nun-resident defend ants to nppear on or before the 20th day ojj September, 1881, before the County Court of Kranklin county. Tenn.. at Wincfu-iiici. 11 ml plead, answer, demur or otherwise make de fense to said bill, or the sanio will be ta ken for confessed and set for hearing ex-parte as to them. Witness my hand, lit olhee in Winchester AiiL'iist Lith, 1HH4. W. K. TAYI.OH, Cltrk. niiK2-4w Davis, Martin and Taylor, Solicitors. PlYE JJs A JRJAL, J3 Call in and sec sneci inieim and list of prices. THIS PAPER MAY UK FOTTXD ON KILK AT VKU. P. HOH'F.LL . 4'O'S l.u.n.ntr Advertising Bureau (10 Branca Stbhkti, wiikkk Ai- jCa YfllSIf LTv'lu'uiadotor'it lu MEW lUlill The ldaee to Ret the last brands of Old WlilsLli s. am nitre. Iineold Amde liraudv.is ............... . . ; t . at No. 40 N.Siiniiuer si., iiciii- 1 num. i.noiee Liniiorsand Clours and Tobacco eoiistatitly unhand. JA.M1.S K 1 1, 1.1.1. 1'. , nel25 Xashvillefenn. PIANOS AND (iliGM J.Sll ll.i.l'', ir'"' -1 .....1 ,.1,1,1111 si house in the South. t . .' u u..l,l i. iiiimlhlv or Olllirtel'ly JIIS.I llllll .tin " ' . payments, Write him before nn 1 lia.-ing. apnto-iy 11 1 -r mm WARREN BROS., Xasiivii.i.k, Ttuxs., Dealers ill PAINTS OF ALL KINDS, iliincdSash, Varnishes, nils, noors. iiiinus, Itrushcs, Corks, Artists' (loods, Window lilass all sizes, Stencil inks, Wax and Paper Flower material. Agents Kailmud Colors. apr.'W-lr RIDDLE & COMPANY, Mamifactiirers of Doors, lilinda, Glazed "Windows, Dealers in Paints, Oils.Oluss, ViirnUhes.&c. Xo. 00 Church street, above CulIrRe, nprliO-ly XASHVH.LK.TKXy. Fi.ovu Kstiu.. JIatt.X.Whiiakkh ESTILL & WHITAKEB, Jlforueys at Law,. Winchester, Tenn. will ..mcii.i. Iii the Courts of Franklin f and udjoiniiiK counties and in the Siiprem ,V Court al Xashvrile. janli-'83. .HIV SIMMONS. 1". ' IVI.II SIMMONS & CURTIS, Attorneys at LaWAS Winchester, Tenn. W ! 1 1 iiinintw'O ill tlm pnnntiesnf Vrttllklin Cullee and Moore; also in Supreme Court at ,J Nashville, rrniupi aucnuou gum iv. i lections. novU Ull'ciMoi"h-nsisiileof PubliiSctuare. R. POOLE, ' Photographer, Corner Union and Cherry Sta., NASHVILLE. : TEKN. Utt PAvif. JKo.n.HAirriK DAVIS & MARTIN, Attorneys "i Winchester. Term wilt orarllcrin I. thfCourtfof FranVlirandl Marks, Gregory & Embrey, j Attorneys- at. Law, uiNAhAetAr. Tonrt. 1 Will practice in theCourtf of Frnklmmi tdjoiniiiK counties and i lh. v i ! Curls ami S U'rcnm CoUiU at hv.1 u4 Tennessee. . i i 1 of scenery.