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n I HOME JOURNAL. WM. J.SL.UTLK, Kmroii. Tj.kmn: ONE DOLLAR PER ANN 5JM. Wednesday, Oct. O, IB'.W. dkmocratic: tick i:t. ri: .-!'.! s r. GROVER CLEVELAND, FoH YKK-mllr.NT. THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Ol INDIANA. i ion i:i-rjiL- inn Tin: 7.vrv. it i.i;ii. J. 1 1. C. Atkin-. of H.-i.rv. I; ibi-rt I.. T-vlur, oi'A':. -l.ii ;;' n ...: i.iii:i. t i t :irri;-, 1. H.ibi rt I'm row , i.f 'arli r. ''. S (i. Ii. i-k.-ll, i.f Kie-v. ::. I olutiibu. M..r. hlui.ks. I White. 4. M.S. Klkin.i.f Su.emr. o. Krtwut Pillow. of M.irdmll. C. J. W.Juilil.nf K U-rt.,n. T. I.. 1. Padjrc'.t.oi M iiav. h. u. I, coic, of limn, y lo. J. lL.rv.-v M.:tl,.,Vf si,, lb... .or i;oV:BNoi:, W.M. D.UATi:, ..f .,u f- t.'l.N li.ll i:II.KOAD ruMVi-l.'Ni J VS. J. KIUIAI:!"N. fleoroia went iK-tneoratic last week, without opposition. The Ohio and Wist Virginia .lec tions, occur on Tuesdav of next week- - 14th itiKt. Of the seventy (Senium nepiiK-i-s in Ill'mois, only three nupworl lJlaine and Lo(;:in. The first railroad train arrived at fSpartn, Ten 11., lust week, and the citi zens, of that town arc happy. Supreme Court Judije Kobert Md'ar- 1.....I ,t;...i .. i i. ;u ..o ;.i, M. , . i v .v ........ v ; i the 'J.I inst. Sam Ii.in.iall clai.i.s and ii.si.-ls that I'ei.usylvania will give her thirty elec toral vo'cs to Cleveland and Hendricks. The people of Tennessee are haing more Ppeech-mukiiig this year than I hey had Ixfore no Presidential . an vass excepted. C. C. Tillman, Ieputv Itevenne Cd -! lector, was fired upon one morning last week by some one concealed in the bushes by tho road.sidc near Kaglcville, Twin. John I-'. Ingalls, of Na.-!. .i.e, died maidenly a few days since. He had jut finihhed his dinner, lighted his pipe, .,,IL-,..I ....I ;.i... ,...i .....i .1..."... i " J"'u " "'"I'l"" .t'llO. Pot-tnmslcr (Jeneinl (ircslmm l.as been npjioinlcd Secretary of the Tresis ury i.y rrcsiuent irmur. iiaiton i.e i-nmcs chief pro. tern, of the Postoliin department. John K. Helms has retired from the Morristuwu Gazette. His sons leased the office, and will con tin no to make thu (iazetto what it has always been, a newsy paper. Mr James Hill, foreman of the yard of the aslivillo it Chattanooga Jinil jond, was run over by a car in the yard at Nashville u few days since and crushed to death. The Tennessee Conference of the M. E. Church, South, meets in Nashville to-day. The railroads chnrgo four cents per mile for round trip tickets for all members and visitors. Tho people of Coffee county will give an old-fashioned free barbecue nt Munchcttcr next (Saturday. Thu can didates for Congress and other distin guished orators will bo present. Randall Cole, "rof7d. K. W Vole, was run over by a freight train nt .Autioch, on thcN. A C. liailmad, n Tuesday of last week. Ho was Inkcu to N.-udivilln, where ho died the next day. " It is predicted by the editor of the Athens Post that there will lie no per manent advance in tho price of wheat nor marked revival in tho business of .tho country it u til ufter tho ensuing Presidential election, if then. An exehango nunnunecs that Mrs. Helvu Lock wmhI, candidate- for Presi dent, iutends to biivc her Cabinet made a la Pompadour, cut bias, with seven row of knifo-plcating down the front, and a jalmt of Spanish luce, with i-uchings of Scotch mull and piuk bows ii round the neck. The proliibiiioui.,N of Tunnessco have completed thuir ticket. Jl is an follows : Presidential electors John R. Dean, of Chattanooga, and C 8. McKlnnejr, of Ripley. . - District electors 1st district, J. R. Anderson ; 2d, Louis Tillman ; 3d, Geo. II. (Jurthj ; 4tli, A. E. Garrett ; Bib, J. C Kay J 6th, George W. Kem per 7th, Wm. T. Galloway; 8th, Jesse Fulfihum ; 9th, A. A. Davidson ; JOlh, J. H. Beattie. John S l'Aoe, lrooist, lonimiUe.l ituiei.le in Xushville, n low days u'o, by John M :--' .li uli, tliu great actor and Irni .linn, has become diiuented, and hi tii:icni"iits I,:ik been Cancelled. .I:ike i who i iMtl. il llip !l :is v iH tt Li.lisli'.utc of Janics (.. I'.l.iil.o, livis III ' X-.i-hville II.- ) u f II. ;IV- he VIS t' ..live IV '.rvin hot :r t "ii- r :ili!i'-r':l 1 1 1 : 1 : : -1 f Nils :irrc-trd I'm- (iisim hi i : public lie !?. Iii" '.' mpcr in a wran- ;!:. . tl.. wir-iii. 111 I .,!S C'l I ct-1. Tin .I.iil' ii Tribune' auil Suit says tin' Woman's lights candidal-for Pus iii'iii.t i.s nut expected lo straddle the ! tmiii'ipic-tioti j ll.li. Thoio:c A. Jleiidriek si j twenty tlw'.:sii;.l people- a! the i lit- L-.-po-.Uion hoc ilay l.i-l ll.Jll't IIR'lltioll J' 'liti'. ,l.e 1 Louis- ii,;,,! Chitt l! i el. iii. i- '.'.rv. .-!n n-n vuli ; i U' I'lltillLlI to l.M .1,..; i , l ... . ! of I'illll c:!ic." Klevt II ; within tl.ivf y ai - a i fii.i !!-: 1. !.;,, ( in oil -tarlr.l ..! v'...ht of th.'in ! IT 'lit A I ' :o. ( la! I .' 'rr-.mi rite- : Mil hin.i duv.u :i th u- s! r.ii:" a- it may ' ; , I. .,. ,.. ,.! . I I Li- ' an " V a r i n I' : 1 ).'lll"l'l aiil' sl.i.'j I I. ),l- I l.i.'ll 1 liiii in o.i'iii , (l l'l or? Mr. Cl.nr.-:. I loo..i',jii.-.in Jlx il . ve, euiivc ..i ::,e ..r,i;ia, C. li.iiiittoe, has . ! 1 I'... 1. p. 1. e,l ilj Nashvii:.'. 11 hea I j iarte:-- at d that he l.a one '',1,1.'.. lo i X-eli'l in pa!.lie;ii! party in I " . ii ;,, 1. ;, 01, -and Iii, ndi the irtenst of the i t. lil.( -e. :,t t. in' eue... I.. A Hib-erip'.i n i- plirpoM- of ereetoio ben j ra:.-.ei' for the ' I I , i . 1 1 , 11 H i ' I . t to the Ii. . i . . i , . i : i . w.. i i.onii...Taie . :ui ui .-ii.e u. m C Lope i i !:,t' 1 1 - v ( -1 1 1 -1 1 1 w iii i:i( et will, sun-ess.; i.-iine te.,tiiii uiail should be made m b .in-., ha.-o "bleaclu d under ihe s.inn of noar'y quarter of a century.'' The (.'..il tin Kxiiininer, in a I.-nirt h v . . , , . ., aiii.ie .ui iae low price m iWi.ai, ions ie low price oj w li' a! !..,... . .1 .. e. - . c r .... ! la;!; : ;., t In- larnn rs o i. iiiiei-ie It they r.-ally ,i..h to ruin themselves elhetuall'.-, ll.ey hav,; i.alv to cli.iniic i their wars 1 1 - . i maniilucinics and I vci -lii.-.l I:,!, .r, aiel iijioii I rent canv r. and I'Mi'ii i tioii, and a I. n and I larms, and lai.-e inor." ;. railroads, the ; us of ei iha uhhn their ;,in than t In-v can euisunie or I reach a di pth of Tie ii- I'H M-nt p i s-il. mil they v. ill p'iv. : ; v s.iiv e-e.'.ih. lit nail id'-i'.s v. ii! I.rnio- Ih.-ir wh.-nt down to y ti ve eeuis a .-iioiild ahi'ire bushel or nothing 'fh1 the I'i.Im' teaehin.'s oi b ad. is and lllink lor ! lew years. l.el l'lesi. tin ir political hem-eiv.-s t'.r a 1. nt ii akin.' and ioveni'.r inakiii'' atom and rely upon ll:einel e, I'.r a sea-fai What we really in- d now i.-: lariu.-r-. more maiiiuii.-tiirii s, ! railioad.-, and, as a ceiiaiii n j fever' more ' ...!.. a ' , T'."'1' onie mar t for what we taiso. We are no pi- pied e il in giving our opinion that tnc tanners oi .mcri ea have received the last dollar per bushel that they ever uiil yet. That lay Im- passed oe, i .. reiurii. Tiio royr'M-ic Lr.v. The Circuit 'ooM of Mai'!'-county rende.e I a ih ei-i. n, recently, ni.i 'o. il sustained, will ivnd.-r in p.-r-.ti e ih. I'Hir mile US le; OlMI . of thu Slide. The s! vie of the ej'.se was, "Stale vs. S. S. been selling liquor four miles of an Craig." Craig had' at Cii'le I.a, within iuf-'cporatcd -eho I. .... v l 'ii ii . 1 1 i 1 he Nashville flitaiier luiai.s lie o. .iv-; 1 ing concerning the c.i. c ; , " The main ground- of il. fen-e v,.tv j that Culieoka wa.-i not now an ii rpo-' rand town, and that the Webb i'.ioih- ers' school was ma an incorporated! school. On the first ground the conn chargul the law against the defendant, bill on '.he si lid ground the charge . was in favor of the defendant, and ti'ii-i der this the jury decided in his la v..r ' .J . ami l.roiiohl in ;i verdict ot m t uuil: v. , It seems that the. Webb si-ho .l had been incorporated, and a legal. ir hoard of director el. ctu.l, but insiea I of con. ducting the m-hiiol ibeaiselvc-s i!u: di- rec-mrs niw ui to ease lie l.ropittv t. ii- M. i. ,i ,. ii, ,. 1 1 '.i Wcl.li I.ioiliers ami let i.iein run ho , i i ., i n .. ... kuuooi .it.,. iei., -1,1: mi uie piolll e inoiion me iiireenrs Kepi up their or ganization and had a regular contract, with Webb iii-othcrs for the running ol' .i ... . . . tlie sclioni, tinier tins stale ot lacls the court said that the school being con ducted was not an incorporated school Tim New York Sun admits that, since it bolted the ticket and went oil' idler Htttler il has lost I'.D.OOO subscribers to its, weekly edition. Do nol (iy to make your home like heaven, but try to make your home such that m lie ti you tnink of heaven you Will i.e icuiiiiiteil ol your iio:iic. Tho Creat Industrial Exposi tion at Now 0.lean3 Is ntti-iictiug attcutioti nil over (he world, lt will present in the ordinary life- of out! of the largest and most iii llueiitial centres of thu world, there mil bo Been many strange nnd curious things constantly occurring. None Strang r, iiei-haim. than the (irnml Monthly iJrawingof The World-Kainc.l Louisiana Stub; L ittery Co.. w lliel. ll ill . flftlfc ni.pt.l I.!n.l- on 'i'.ir.u.l.. I I....!..... mu,, f which nil information can be of M. A Dauphin, New Orleans, La.. on application Beware lest resting turn into rusting. Thej shade into each other sometimes before you know- it. . Thought should bo free, and md boiio'ii (,r sold, if only to dissipate the (thought of what they omit to do for us TME LITTLE THREE. Tho Divine Right of 'Scratch- ing' Savage fit Co. If you oppose the railroad commission icl. rin, fcrittL'ti thu mimcaol i"avaj;e, lurh-y nml (ii id 'ii, tluit appear on the li iii,K!rjiiiu lickrt. 'I heir dcli-nt will indicate! to tho Legislature that thu peo ple want ii. i in,, re nonsense of thin kind, an. I cwu llurir i-li-cliwll I iy a ikci't'aduiJ iiiaj'iily uill lie a strung hint in that liiiTti 'ii. Il'tlie i-fnililican .i;.iiliilati ..r (.'iiii!iiiMiiini:i'fi am eleetoil, lla; ir lati.ri.1 will ivjical the law rmiiin tin- t;.ltl mir-.-i-ttl - II ,t hillljilv liL'MtiMM! tilfV aiv ivHilil:niii., hut Ihi'iium; sin:li a if piilt mil Im- an iiKiii'ittiiiii tlnit I lie ii)'.al ui' tliu la id (li'iiriiiilcJ. Tliu li'lit i nut hctwecn the lmcrHt nml n iiu'ili caiM, ai t'i wiiich jiarty will cNvt its lainililatii' ti iiHiou, Lilt to ti-e iftlw ic"li! i!l fial'ir-c tin- t'oiniiii;ioii c!.r!ne, an. I i'x,iri'.-9 tlit-ir illiiiin.-.s iliat tiiat .-latr; shall ontiini' to ,einion Mirs. Suvayi: A Co. at fli.OOU r mi nimi. liven if tliri'' was any party princi invi.i'.cit in ti.v malli'i', we would !oj.pi.-e Hie cii'ciion .luim ii. iiiva'f. ! . i.t-rs in in t he Slate could !e more obi. I'tioiial.le for ll.e nllice ofrailr-'itil J . . . 1 1 i i , c..i;.n.i.-M'iH r tliau i.e is. lie lias lonj: been noted for his hostile attitude to ' railroads, niol he now construes the du - tii- of his oiliee t . be "to make war on ra.lr nil- till they nro broii-.-ht to tonus.'' i soi'eehrs'r.bound in false etatcments, The otfi, e of railroad coiiwiirsioiicr is a j mu ii1(.l)ri,..s ami (leniaL'oical appeals I.. I ,.... ., ,...rt:,i,l 'I4li,.f.ts 'Kill it i.SI... l..l... r.. innil J I I i. ant tnat toe commiHsiiiner shoulil ' m. hate between tiie r.ads and their pa irons. In 11, is view ot tue ease it Is e-i-y to s,.f that Savage is not (it for the p .-itioii. , Uut parly principles have ii. 'ii. in;: to do with the commission ijiks lion and cut no figure in the election o c uaiiii.-.-ioiiers. The dogdaw question, or the ho-fci.ee question, could not be i.iade party measures, and all ell'oi t to dra the parly lines on the railroad i'oMiriti" i"ii question is equally lis futile liememlier w hat we soul in tho outsell . f this article. If vuii don't favor a railroad commis.-ioii, don't vote for the democ-raltc caiiiluiaics. lor commissiou- ers. Their defeat will call for the law'n ' I . l r . . i. i . ... repeal in sue,. uuiuisuiKiiuie nines in.u . me . i e I'L' s in1 win hoc in nee.i u. ....... . . i- -i . l. . i :. .. " . . a.-i your voie ior every nemociauc " , ,, ..t;,;,. u: i- . idi nlial to r ini sentatives in the hafis latiiro Je sure you vole lor Governor lhite. We want to we his maioritv in- i crea'.ed because the republicans have. buiisted thai thev will carry Tennessee i 1)1,1 1 . '""' il. conn s io inc- ranroau commissioners aim .-cratch Vin." Clarksville Chronicle. Setting cn Cloveland. The New York World publishes the lollowing betting statistics ou the IYesi- denlial llectioli 1 One thousand dollars even Cleveland ean iis New York by .".0,011') majority. One ihousaud to j.'jOif Cleveland car-lie- New York by 10.000 maioiitv. One thousand even that he carries O'aiu j Trt.-utydive hundred to 87,500 he ,-.H l,,wa. One thousand tu $100 he carries Mew Jersey. Five thousand to $3,000 he will be elected. This, munov. 81 1 .500 in nil. is now mi deposit with lieorgc Uuckert, No. b.j Downy. 'ciy respectfully. I IIi'.Mtv Ouiuxdi:, ; Atur-iTr.-i liniimsia, I Lush (.'l ln lH i' S H: ts v. ill be arranged by Mr. (.'. r.e iiiickert in small amounts, and ; iliq. ..-lied with any responsible party of iu-.ti.ti.ii.il named by letters Mr. James Patterson, 2if) .Seventh avenue, corner lVcnly-sccnd street, New York city, olf-rs, tin gh the press of that city, to make the follow in'' I li-is, or any of them, on the election : One thousand dollars against 8700 :,.1:it Cleveland ciirries the St..- of New ',iL .,..,, , . , on,: u.-aiii! dollars even iiiiit iieve- , , .., , ., ...... , ... land wid have oO.OoO plurality. 0... ( lt. :lti.l to SI, 700 that he car- .i 's O ii . ,)"' thousand even that lie carries lo laimi- ' hie thousand to SC.OO that he carries j -N,'w dersey. i Twenly-livc htimlred dollars even he " ;1, t'hrU'it. e thousand even that Huiler will I"'11 12,000 v tcs in the county of v ... V .... ' o ion. Memphis Ledger : The happiest hit. of the season Wits made by n lady nt w.,.. i , .- i . i r"i " avei-ly tin! day C.v. Jinte and Judge i;,i ul1i. ,i, " ti... f.. i i i tii'i't spoue lucre. 1 lie. Judiru became I very nervous at tho crying of a baby, j ami asked if it could not be mnde'io stui. crying. Its mother pacified the I child, and it was still awhile, bin it be j gnu crying again, and the Judge said : "Let the child be taken out ; it has no business at a public speaking." The mother promptly said : ".Sir, my child is crying to hear Oov. llato apeak." I he Judge looked an unutterable look, as if I.e wished ho were n baby, nnd a "girl'' baby at that, as an old cotifed. said when he was about to go into a fight. Experience tells us that each man I most keenly and unerringly detects in others tin! vice with which he is most familiar himself. . V Our Agents. The following iinmcd persons are nil thofi.'.'d to receive and receipt for sub sct iptioiis to I Ionic lourual : John II Martin, Winchester. George K. Banks, Dcoherd. I). . Long, llockeiville. L. It. Sartain, Cowan. V. B (Jossngo, Estill Springs. I. N Martin, Maxwell. O. P. Bruce, Huntlnud. (5. W. liowlinp, Maxwell. G W Byrom, Await. ' Two Organs, New nnd warranted splendid in tone and elegant in finish. You can have your choice. Will sell one only, at very low price. W. J. Slattkr. Charged with Cowardice. A Wiicliiijgtuu gpeciiil tu the Loui ille Couricr-Juiirnul ayn : If Gov Cleveland i Ix-atcu llie fault will lii witli the prohibilionints wll control tlie 'ii'iuocnitic niiiiotiul execu tive coininittecii. From lle start ni the cun.paiVn to the present time these two commit let s have c.war.lly iloiled ll.o queMi.,.. of tariir reform, and not- uiti.ita.,r.,.K that red,of .M.el - l'r..iii all parts of the country have come hei-etind to New York for leche f Carlisle mid Morrison and other jrivM reveti'ie rvlorm lindi'ts. not one nM'ul has '.ncii granted. The (lemocratic i I'oniiiiitiocs have not printed or circula ted a sinpie hpctcli of any dislingiitJihiil or thorough rcvvinio ivt'orm aiivocaie. A few days since a western democratic candidate for Coujrrei came here ttii'l had l,tnKi copies of Carlisle' spewh iinnte.l at his own expense In conver sation with your eorresXindeiit he de nounced i!,e cowardice of the national committee in refimisiL' to circulate those snieeiuii in the Mroiitiest terms. He wid that the tariir issue was the only one in his district, and if he was beaten it would he been use his people were ig norant f the ipiestioii. On the other hand vour c. rr,s)"ndeiit Inn reliable in formation that the republican commis- Pi,Jllt.ri( mVe circulated 1,')0U,0UI copies , ( ti, .lrjj H..i.L.h. s f JuJb'fc Keliey. , .i,.!vi,,l,.. 11,,,1-k and oihers. These 01 1,11. Id".., r,i:ii,' ill, lino, 11 ivMo.ofv... to jrii uncontradicted will undoubtedly have gieul ilfect upon the voting cle ment. nashvilTe'market. IJaciii clear sides, lljc, packed. I lams-C. C C, W:. Lard -(-'noMilak'.', in krgs, lifts Country lar.l, Mc K'L's Trom lirst hands, 12c l-Yaihers- Prime ecsc, l"5o : mixed, including duck, l.)(.i.odc Ka-s,?l.tiO per 100 lbs. Co i ii, shelled, 5"). Wheat New, dry and in milling condition, 7oa80c. Corn meal, per bu.-hej, TOfTSc live, new, from wagon, BOc. Hav Sl.Vi.SHperton. Hogs, nvc-rairing '-'-" poituds and up ward. 34UUa4.7o. Cattle, extra good shipping $3.1o(a II (So. For tho Legislature. We are authorized to snnoiuioe Thomas A Keith, Sr., of tin- loth district, n eandidiitc-to represent 1-rioiklin county in the low branch of the in xl ( ieneral Assembly. Wo art- autliori.-d to iinnoiuice John M Kellev.Ksii.. of tin- 12' h civil district, a can didaleto represent Franklin county in the Lower House of the next (inieral Anenibly of Teiuu -M e riibju t to a Convention, i.lec tion, Nov. -III.. We are authorized to announce W. (iordoi. a eandiilati. to represent Franklin ciiinlv m tbe lower house ol tilt-next (eii ,"iil A.-'emblv of T-nni'sst-c. We are auth.iri.vil to announce Mr. Floyd ltill a i-aiidbliite to represent hrauklin i in the lower branch of lilt' next tit-n end A.-si-nibly. For StateSonator. We are authorized to aiinonncc Dr. Lewis Metealie a candidate for Suite Senator from the counties of Franklin, lW-dford and Moore at the ensiiinp Novernbt-r election. We are authorized to iiniinlllicf Hon. II It. M -o. of Franklin county, as a can diilate for Slate Senator from tin- counties of Franklin, lleilford and Moore, at the ensuing November election. JOHN F. VAUGHAN Windiest! r. reimcSKct-, IValt-r in nnd Maiiufactiirri of TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WAR The Queen. I have the exclusive riht for the manu facture and mile, for the counties of Franklin. Lincoln, Moore, lledford nnd t'ofli-e,of the best Cotli-e Pol in existence. Try one. Has now on hand a lure a.-wortnif ntof I which he proposes to sell Cheap, exclusively for CASH. lias also a full a-w.rtinuiit of Japanned nnd rrcsvii v are on Hand, bcsnUs Pumps and Pump-TubiDg. lurry itooliiiK ii lid (inttering done to order m tlie most approved stvle. Jan. 11,187'J-tf PATENTS n7NN A CO., of the Bcnf ,-Ttno Amtoii-.w mm. Amskican OIBm!. t,; Oruauwajr, New VorS. i UAivjtjji; FouNnr.v, tlH Tins S'.rrtt, ijinrlhltrtti, Ohio, AaiSOH.SibTd 4J0:iN30N. 'th' '.v:w "' wiiieb ihu pi.r Is pruned I from in aiuvu juuuurj. Kt. THIS PAPER MAY BuFOt'SDOS HI K AT UKO, P. bnuri-l.t a a tm l .w.r.l-, WUKKH AO VKRrisivo t ovi sac rs toU uiailu lor it iu etmmiHitMuvwiusif. NywiVl TYPE I1E17Y0.1IL CAPITAL PRIZE, S70,0CO J Tickets only $5. Shares In proportion. . , oi. T Mrxr 'LOUlSiaLa btate hQlKTJ Ut. i Ve do hi reby pi-rtify tl.nl v huih tvik. the nrr,,........ for 1 the I Jy J . "lal vimtroi tl,(-drai'iipMluniM'lv,und tbnt tin' suae arc I'lJlMiicii'ii no.. n',ni.-r., and in Rood failh toward nil juirtie, nnd we i.. ilw. l i.nuiaiiv in iiM this eertilifiite, ... .. I I.. fn.i'tii.iw with fiuimilisol oiir'nigniitun, atliii liul.in its crtisvuiellts. Commimoncrt. Incorporated in 18(18 for 25 yonrs by the x-eisluii.ic lor Kdiicutiunnl and Char, table purpoNvs with a canitiil of $l,0(Kl,Ono to wliieli n reserve fund ot over $o(KJ,.,i00 has since bull added. Iiv tin iivernheliniiie 'jnpulur vote llffrnn hise wu tni.lie n part i.f the present Slate Constitution adopted IX-c. Sit, A. 1. 1S,U. BO.TIii'inlv I.tti-rv ever voted on and endorsed by the people of any State. It iifirr scucs or jioefyiowd. Its Crand Single Number Drawings take place Monthly A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE. TKNTII (iKAXD UUAWLNti, CLASS K, in the Aeaik-n.y of Music, NEW OK LEAN'S, Tuesday. Oct. 14. 1 884-1 73d Monthly Druwint'. Capital Prize, S7E,CG0. ICO,000 Tickets at $5 each. l-'ractioiis, in Fifth, in proportion. j M.Vf OF 1'ltlZlCS I 1 CAPITAL 1TMZE $7.r.,0fi(.t , 1 du do a'l.lHIO, 1 di. do 1U,0(KI i PHIZES of $,(XIU 12,(100! " du 2,(HX) 10,000 ; 10 dr. 1,000 lo.oooj 20 do .r.ll(l 10,0001 100 do 200 20,000 j 300 do 100... HO.OOO 500 do 00 'J'i.IKKJ, 1000 do 25 25,000 Approxiii.atiun Prizes. 0 Approximation prizes of $750 0,750 it do do 500 4.5(10 ! do do 250.... 2,502 l!t(7 Prizes, cnionntinf to $'Jti5,.VK) Appliea.tion for rules to clulm hhoiihl bs mailt- only to tliu otlicc-of Die Company in Ac i irleiiiiM. For I'urtliei infornialinn write clearly, j;iv inrf full address. Make P. O. Monev or ders payable and nddri-is Registered Ix-tter to M.W OKI.KANS NATIONAL HANK, Ne Orleans. La. POSTAL NOT ICS nnd ordinary letters by Mail or Kx.ress (all sums of livv'dollnrs anil upwiirils Iiv 1.x pn ss at our expense) to M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, Ln., or .yi. A. i.u i'iu., (i()7 Seventh St.,Wusliiiijton, D.C. J. L. BAUGH'S Is Headquarters for Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Boots, 8Iioes, Groceries. Tocf ZeiIer Tiros' Warranted Shoes a specialty. Sewing Machines, Trunks, etc. Bf&- A full line of School Books. BPS. All kinds of Barter taken in ex change for goods. XpTT DAVIS. jno. II. MARTIN DAVIS & MARTIN, Attorneys at Low Winchester. Tenn. Will priieiiecin the Colirli of Frnnklinand nnd ailjoiiiintieounties. inayS5 Marks, Gregory & Embrey, A.ttorneys at Xmw, Winchester, Tenn. Will nruetiee in the Court! of Frank Iii noil ndjoiniiiK counties, nnd in the I'nitcd Slates! umrts mill tMipremc Courts nt Nashville leiinessce. II. C. LINCK. 24 N. flurry St., Nashville, Tenn., (3d door (north of Maxwell House,) DURANG9 SALOON. The best of Wines, Lupiors, ('ip. nnd """'"'t1"- ti'inel8. Wagon and Carriage Shop. -KISSLINC & STUDER, Wis(iixr:n, Trx.v., Arc nrenarid lo do llic Ust. cbi m st and iion jmuiipi nora. humous unu jiugKiiH al ways on hand. All kinds of Hlarksmilhiiu? promptly at, lendtd to. Horse-shoving specialty. i'ur26-v . 1. 1 1 ' , ., . u.i simmomi. r. a. cii.iis SIMMONS It CURTIS, Attorney at Law Winchester, Tenn. Will prsetire in the coimtitfof Franklin CofTesndMoorcj also in Supreme Court st Nashville. Prompt attention given to col lect mns. . novl4 Or.ee loeUl-saslsidrnf PubliiSqiiare. USE Forsah-hv .1. M. If itc'.ins, WineliL-ster ; and (ie... C.'lti, Deehird. For Everything that Desirable Gun, the j& REMINGTON FIREARMSJ ARE UNEQUALED. XC W7VSr Vlr y WESTERN OfFICE, O. H. LAMBERSON & CO., 73 STATE STREET. CHICAGO. ILL. Art will completer chang the blood la tho entire Byitem la thrre monlbi. Aaj prwa who will tmke 1 PU1 each night from 1 to 1 weeks, my bn rcatoted lo hu4 health. If toch Utinf be possible. For Female ComplalnU these Fills have as tiul rhysletaaa use them for the cure of LIVER and KIDNEV dUrasc. Sold everrwhsN, or seat by mall for SSe. to stamps. Circulars free. I. 8. JOU.SSQS & CO.. Bciion, Him JOHNSON 'S ANODYNE' LINIMENT i'lia:s in!i;ior., l-.l-i-Siw at . Runs. irt Wtou,u lib llm,iilc liunu-j-a. loi.-nu rv. i in.u-r.-i Mmuji. K'noy .tuaU,us "1 sffivirywlKro. Circular, frw. I. S. JOII.SS0S Jt CO.. !!....,. Maij. TiMl. n&rliiiic C'.rflff IiUums of Hi Spins. S-.1U ovtrywli. ro. It la swell-known fart that moiloftli IlorM snil ( 111 l-.iwU. r .U in dm .-m. Irrl. worllik-ni ll.al f lu-riibn'. Cnndil to pjwar It abwltlrli purr and vrrvvMluai.i. Nothing on Earth trill innke hru) 1dlll. UkMpi.lttff.'afnnititiilA lJoir- dar.wUo, on. upn.'K.;ul io c!i pi ai of IVJU. I. .11 lw poiitimlv tirnvrot Birl oavc I i r. I S1,1 rn Ik I KcH 0119. USnA. ! CHICKEN i U! I rc-spi.-clfiilly announce Io the public thai I have moved my slock of Leather (ioodV. sui l. its HARNESS, COLLARS BRIDLES, SADDLE3, Boots, Shoes, k and othi room's kept in my line, to the old stand tormerly oeenpie.l ,y J. U liauyl.,ea corner ol ruolie Siiare. Also will ktepoii hand ut store n stock of TJpperand Sole-Leather. I also have, in the saint- buildine. a n a a Msga WRUh Hi H it", 11 U 1U u u general repair shop! Sheriffs Sale ..... . ror the above goods. SOLlI.dcs and Tallow wmittdat the above Nianu. r Will continue the Tanning litis-:. Hy virtue of :.n order c.f s.dt in no; rf, iness at the old (Porter) lanyard, n! A of"" usiiol Resitectliilly, I . 1 I Monilnv, October l-'5ili, 14, r. r. TETTY. j:ui23-tf - DO! 4ttl1 rt KJ . VUlTlw Will remaiu in Winchester for several inonths, and will Tune, or repair. Pianos and Or - gans at Moderate Rates, and gnurantec his work for He is also ugcii STKICTLY FIRST-CLAfS PIANOS AND ORGANS. Anv one wisliinir to purchase can corres pond with or call on him, at Winchester, v. I ..- lenn febti-ti J. A. Gaines, Corner of Ransom Building and Public Square. My constantly Inen a-iiu; trail, h is whet ted my nppctilt for still more custom, and I intend to lJ--I-:i;Vi: IT. ll.avc Increased my stock AUCURUINCLT, elK'cialIy in the way of VERY LATEST STYLLS OF DRESSGOODS, A good line of (iKNTS' SHIRTS and COLL A HS ; CLOTHING, HATS, CLOTHS. UliOCKHIBS of the U-sl quality, Bucon. Lard, Fine Canvaised Hams, Can ned (ioods, Toilet Articles iu fact, a gincral stock, and the BEST FLOUR in the WORLD. Ilemember, Js As CAXIfSSa GIVE ME A TRIAL. ladies ni m kept 10 Patty & Shook, Cuwan; P.S.Moslc-v ll..n.i i ' goes to make a no KtVULYERS, .VO-X RIFLE CAWP(! FIREARtfSforHUNTINC and TA5TC.ET 5HOOTINQ, SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.-, LftPaBhKSUri, rUnmArl & CO., SOLE ACENT8 ISCWINCTON 6PORTINC CO0DI, 281 (St 283 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. ' 9 PURGATIVE Croap, AsUin,, Bronchitis, Krant. rl.t, Ithvuinutlsm. JollSso.vs Alia. iY S t LIS I MK vr ( lor Inltnalmi Iriinj t'l.) will iiiBlantant-uu.l.ir rtllevt ilttw unlUt dl.uaa.:-. suil "Iii P'Mitlvi.y curr DIM OH. cut cf Isn. InrcnruUbii tl.At w.ll ur. mu Uvn. .cut froo l.ymil. noii'tOvUvaejuatab rrtvi-mlen i. Inner ll.au cuie. uct ra f, 2 -A iV-l i. fa IIiiiCliltAo. S.-.'dtvorrtkrrc.'wrsnt t-nuulforBf.il Miim;.9. r-i.ruur-m l,,':.r-.-. e.'.rnri-H Cf.; t null. II R CiMuUti li. 1- i- JollNSo;, & u Uaiiju. Iii . H.STEIF, 101 Unicn Et.f NaBtvaia BARCAir S in " Pi ( I ft AiT nut iDiamondr, Silver Vare, Etc. In fact, t'Verythii'.j; found in a tr.-l-cli Jewelrv Store. B, Also MMiiiilaetnrer .1 II..'.!:: (Tlfl I;lNliS, which nrv ni.de to er,i ild.irt n. li.-.-,Mliil high. -I (j-,i;,iiti- j.u:ir;iii!uil. Uil - t lt. convinced lit - THE CASH JVCl uY S7CF.E 1(1 I'nion St., Int. Ci-litre nnd Vrrkit. tiK22-Jy r. H.STIi-K. 1 or Cflcl.t'i' , IwL ' ' F. M. II 111 it Co vs. I'ikL.'itil Grant, co.ori-d. ,'at the-C.u.r:k.;ii t dot r in AVijobcM r.Tinn, Ist-ll lo the bi 'h.st 1-i.M.r t'.r CASH, a 'bouse and bit sitiMtnl ii: tiie I t eiviii.lU'i' h.-f I':.nkliiici.univ,T,,;n.. ;.i,.il.,M:mhV.iifi';l- dow: On tbeiiortli bv .1: p. Milb.r. on tiie 'enst bvpraveviird, nib bv (H-. r.-i' .MeM' ?'' T L:'kv "lrin )' l"-vi!Vnpen i-r.d will l-i-seld i.stlii- l-r r1" jri SX 'iXi cYtiiilof Mi.lilij villi intuest and eo'tf a del. This Sept. 12'.h, 1.-K4. C. A. MA-KUIS, Sheriff. . fep17-tiN LIVERY AND SALE LT ELE Winchester, Tenn. New and eltjrinil Top nnd N'o-Teji Vvftfit, ami I'.rst-clie-r Ihiruin and Siidillc Hoiks. - Horse, boarded by the yinr, l.uuitli erdaji very low, mid will allindtu in bv faillinil lrronllMIlHtl. Hacks run inht and .lav from n iikIicfuf to Decherd. I'lissi-neeri calb d for in ."!' Prt oltmvii.i.iiil l.aifrjnti eliccl.id. aprl-tl KLLIS J. W. CRiSAIU FhvHioinn zr Hmrcon, , Oilers his nrofessioi ii! stric tetlicfi'1' Izeiisof Wincliestii nml sum. innin g count'!'' siitnee in tin- huiblinp ecciipl.a ud(;e .1. W. Willi.-nis. west side of Spurt. jiesi.lei.ee 1 lie Cochran In .iw.iif.iri'r''' foin. (irrirorj-'s. jui.i 23.''"- The University cf the Scuth is located nt SKWANKK, TENN., n- 'J CniulN-rliind l'laleau, 2,000 feet al e V1' sea level. This Seboc.l, under the MKl'"' patronaec of the bishops of the ProUrtiiiit Episcopal ( hirreh in the Smith nml west, otl'crs the healthiest residence mid ui best advantages, both moral ami cducntiinal, in its Grammar Schools nml its Collrg".'? and Theological Js-parliiienls. For- I"4 special claims of this Cniversity for l'lj'"In" aire, applv for iloeunii ills to the KeV. Tt-''" FAIH H'OIIliSON, I). D., Vice Clianrello'i Si-wnnci-.Tenn. fectS-lT Fi.ovi. Estiu.. - Matt.N.AVihtak'1 ' ESTILL & WHITAKEE, A ttorneys at Law. Winchester, Tenn. , AVill ..r., .;,.o in il,.. Courts of Frank1'11 and ndjoinlnif counties and in llif "V' a.urtat Nashville.tr..- jnpL- T. C. MURnELL, Surjreon 55 T'bvsiinn Winchester, Tern.. Isrendy to attend to all calis-ifl to ' m nnm i av Y& 8 111 U4 SI iB 5?? I 'Wsyragsasiay.sjpsssTsj ryypasfrftjfriMfis oonntry.