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sac is muLimiRi) WEKKi.r nr. f ueoTe. PUBV13 an6 wm."j7slati'er. Brno ivun r lurmn is uuiy uuwior- ? tn iikI ni Airnnl fnr fh ITnm Innrnal --.. t r ti .1..!.. ....i ia mtya Anjtrftjintnf Fr nVmiklnllnnii UC.i vxv. f I The Tiiespuni op Winchester. -On " Inst Saturday night our town was en tertained by the performances of a no cicty of young men, who have lately landed themselves together a9 a Thes plan Society. This was their first per- 'formance before a public audience. f ;They acted two farces Who Speaks pFirst? and Grimshaiv, Bagshrw and. I Bradshaw, j'itj We have seen older and more prac ticed actors than theso fall behind some oight. Indeed, without any reflection upon others, we think that some parts in the exhibition were perfect as na ture, and showed considerable dramat ic taste and talent in those who acted -'them. There is, however, a necessity for a small outlay for scenery, &c, and -ijfrom the numbers which crowded the ' house on the above occasion, which 'Was given gratuitously by the Society, 'Ve predict that means can easily be ' procured in a few exhibitions, from the gale of tickets at 25 or 50 cents each, nuflicient to supply the Society with ' nil such necessaries. . ,j Their object is not to . make money, but improvement. We have no doubt ; but that aspleqtion'of chuste autltask! ; ful plays will be encournged and pat ' ronized by even the most scrupulous Vits have not heard, and do not expect lo hear a word of murmur against the t enterprise so long as it 1 is conducted by the present members of the organ- ixa'ion. All the young men are of the most moral and respectful class in our country. We therefore hope that a liberal community will exten 1 to them fhat encouragement which they de serve. Lt no one try to check a dis . position in the young to advance them? wives. Then there will be loss cause . jo cermire the indolent and vicious. Half of the evil in the country springs from nelccting attempted goo:l, and upprcsed emulation. I Then let not this Society be con temned or neglected. It becomes all . good citizens to encourage, it. We dis like to see a censorious person always ready to rebuke young men for idle ness and dissipation, but ncv r dipr s cd to aid them when they attempt 'I anything meritorious. Removal. Monsieur Jonrdan h:is removed his Dry Goods and Variety Store to the old Wilson house, on the Karft corner of the square. In our iimhulations yesterday we had occa sion for calling in, nnd must acknowl edge we were surprised to see what a Khow his "Dry Goods, Confectionarios, Toys nnd Varieties" make, and all so neatly and economically arranged. No one could tell what he had while in the little ; room he formerly occu pied, but now he space enough at his present location to display what before was hid in boxes, barrels, &c. Vive le Jourdan. Early Arrival. By referring to their advertisement, in another col umn, it will be seen that Messrs. N. U. Martin & Son are receiving their I stock of Spring Goods. They have j taken time by the forelock, and pre 1 pared for the wants of their custom 1 ers. The stock was laid in by Mr. N. 1 R. Martin, who informs us that he ;i used his utmost to select the kind of t-:-U'U 4l La ' .ij l guuus wiimii lie wiuugiik wouiu ui'si please the people in general, and asks them to give them a call before pur chasing elsewhere. Mr. Martin has been engaged in the business of his line for many years, and we know he ought to able to select a number one lot of Dry .Goods. ; Their purchases have been made mostly for the Spring trade. OCT" We cannot give any late com mercial newB this Week on account of the failure in the arrival of our mail. ' .' We understand that the cars run oft" the. track, and into the river, some where between Decherd and Nash ville, killing the fireman, engineer, and two brakemen. We fear, that th6 damage i even worso thnn report ed. More in oar itrxt. LOCUST HILL FEMALE SEMI nary, Located two iniloaSouth-East of Sulem, Fit INKUN COUNTT, TlINNKSSEK. Tlio Trustees of thia Institution tako pleas uro in calling tlio ottontion of the public to it, cause of Wm. H. & R. T. Bucknef edminis believing that thore are advantage! i offered, trators mid othors complainants, and .1. M. equal to any in the country, for obtaining all the element! of a good Ktisrlish and Clnssical tuucouon, ai mo sumo nine aiiunnng inoso from a distance a comfortable and cheap home. The filiation ia pleauant and healthy, and in ono of tlio most moral and refined neighborhoods in Tennessee. In addition to the present means of accom modating pupils, a two story building, thirty Hi by forty-eight feet, has been commenced, and will be completed in a few months. Effort is also being nvido to secure a complete set of philosophical apparatus by the opening of the next session. Tho Principal, Prof. N. B. Smith, having for several years occupied the chair of Math ematics in Franklin College, TenncfjHoc, the Trustees feel confident that .ho will he ablo to give complete satisfaction. ' ( Miss Lucy E. I'aunes, a regular graduate of Franklin Cullcgo, Tcnn., has chargo of tho Musical Department, ond will give lessons in the French language, &c. TERMS,' Boarding, per week, 4 1 5t Boarding and Tuition, from Monday to Friday evening, per session of .20 weeks, SO 00 Spelling, Reading, Writing ond Men tal Arithmetic , 7 00 Geography, (Jrammar and Arithmetic, 0 00 Natural Sciences, ond the higher branches of Mathematics,. .' 12 00 Lemons on the I'm no, 20 00 Lessons in tho French Language,. . . 10 00 A Male Department has been organized, and preparation will be innde to board a few small boys. Pupils cornm;' from a distance SXa in the neighborhood with whom they can h.,i board The next Session will commence March 1st, 1857. , ' , . " TRUSTEES. Joseph L. Hulifr, Geo. W. Hunt, Jefferson Estill, Thomas Mosely, David Lipscomb, William Damron, E. Torrent, Wm. C. HmiJIev, Chnirinan. Feb ly : v Quit drinking Poisonous Liquors. patent iMraovEn piiocrs j For making - - j All kinds of IJtjnors ami Vij?"Tar, i INSTANTLY HY THE Us? Ii OF j LAC'OUlt'sS . ESSENTIAL OILS. ! These Oils are obtained by Distillation at the Chemical Laboratory, Parish of JelTers-on, of Pierre Lneour, author of Lacour's Chemi cal Analysis, Lacour's Chemical Manipula tions, Lacouron tho Manufacture of Liquor'. &c, &c. Purchaser are particularly requested to return the flasks and obtain their money, if i he Oil does not give perfect satisfaction. Lacour's Oil of Cognac converts neutral spirit to a superior imitation of Imported Brandies, viz: Otnrd. tSazerac, Marott Co?- nac, Poultney, Seignotte, United Vineyard Proprietors, Castilian and London Dock Bron-. ilina Tlirn l'niuirs will hnvo u full tVnitu dies, fhoso Fquors will have a full fruity flavor nnd a tieantitiil, sparkling color. Com mon reclined Whisky will bo changed by the u?e of tho Oil of Cognac to New York Dran- dy, Pine Apple Brandy, Common Cognac Brandy, &c. Lacour's Oil of Rye changes Rectified Wh'sky to Mon.mgahela Rye Whisky, Old Virginia Malt Whisky, Rourbon WhMty, &c. Od of Cedrat changes common Rectified Whisky to Old Ir sh Malt Whisky, and a su perior article of Scotch Whisky. Uif ot 1'oarh changes common Whisky to Virgiira Peach Brandy, &e. Oil of Peach and Oil of Connae will convert common whis ky to Apple Brand v. Oil of Gin converts the poorest Whisky to Holland Gin, Scheidarn Schnapps, Rose Gin, Swan Gin, English Gin, &e. Lacour's Concentrated Acid will, in five hours after boirig mixed, change fivo gallons of good Vinegar ond twenty-five gallon? of water to thirty gallons of the most acid Vine gar that can be found in the market. By the u-e of Lacour's Concentrated Acid, vinegar can bo inado for one dollar and sixty cents per barrel. For moklng Liquors, Lacour's Oils require no preparation -niy pour the oil into the whisky ond shake well. The liquors thus made will have a fine natural aroma, a full, rich, oily taste; a beautiful transpareut color and a fine bead. Lacour's oils exert throe distinct properties in converting common whisky to brandy, gin, &,c. The first prop erty combines with and subsides in the form of fioculent particles the whole of the grain oil, (Amylic Alcohol.) The whisky is thus deprived of that peculiar irritating and burn insr taste, and becomes a neutral spirit : the second properly consists in an oily inucillag' inous taste imparted to the liquor, which ren ders it mellow, ond imparts an appearance of great age; the th.rd property is exhibited in the rich vinous nutty odor that is imparted to the liquor, which renders distinction from tho i. Inn. i j ; :ki . genuine brands impossible. - 1 h.3ua Aila nra nnf n 1 1, inapt flnala 1 dip h flask contains surhcient oil for making three ! l j i, i" ,: . t. ,, , I iijnnres gallons 01 liquor, run ami compre- hcnsive directions accompany the bottles. Price, ft2 per bottle. For sale at the corner of St. Cliarles nnd Poydras streets. One box of the.-e oils, five in number, will he securely packed and shipped, with bill of lading, tn any part of the country, upon the receipt of to the address of P. LACOUR, New Oilcans. Purchasers are requested, as a guarantee time we will display a more complete assort of good fith to furnish us the name of any rnent of DRY GOODSthan wo have ever house in New Orleans and we will ship then done at any season heretofore, a package of the Oils. If they do not per- Our Stuck will embrace all the latest styles form all that ia claimed for them, they will of Domestic and Fokf.igs mt nnihiniT I Ktartlo cinH TTnTI 017 flnnAa J0118, '57 ly : S.WJG OF .4 CGRO ItOY. We will, on the first Monday of March, 1S57, oner at puoiic caic, on a.creuitm xwcmvo months, a likely negro boy named JOHN, for.nprlv nwnnd hv Wm. L. Jones, deceased, aged about Yi or 14 years. : The purchaser will be required to eive bond and approved security and a lien retained on the boy until purchase money is paid. . : FeWJ . 0w . . Jmt rccetTcd a.OOO papers of ns - ortrd ,8ed, nt A. JOIJRDA'S. . Feb 11 in! lm , , SALES Lain! For Sale, In pursuance of a decreo of the Circuit Court for Franklin County, Tennessee, pro liouneud at I ho Nnvnmtinr Inrm. Infill, in the Bennettt, Samuel Holland and others Defend ants, I will, on Saturday the 7th day of March 1807, upon tho promises, offer for sale to tho highest bidder, upon a credit of one, two and throo years, tho tract of land of which John Bucknordied seized and possessed' (loss the widow's dower) lying upon tho road lend ing from Winchester to llockerville, contain ing about three hundred acres the bidding for said land lo commence at four dollars per acre. Bond ond security required of the pur chaser, ond alien retained upon the land un til tho purchase money is paid. N. FKIZZELL, Clerk Lc. Jan 20, 1657. tdn Sheriff Sale. On the fourth Monday, being the 23d doy February, 1857, at the Court House door in Winchester, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, a noro hoy named Georgo, mulatto, aged nine years, levied upon as the property of John G. Bruzelton lo satisfy a li. fa. in my hands for collection, in fovor of J. M. Goponhnvcr ond against Haid Brszel ton, issued by the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Franklin County, Tcnn. I will sell till the right, title ami interest that said Urozelton has in and to snid George. L. W. GONCJE, Shff. Jan. 22, 1857. 3t Sheriff's Sale. On Saturday, the 21st day of February, 1857, at tho Court Housu door, I will of fer for bitle to the Inchest bidder for cash, l'n coun'y' rfc"".-TJ',oa 111 2' 8,0nP Iho waters of hlk Kiver. baid tract oi land lies adjoining the land of John W. D. Stamper on the North, and formerly; known as the James Dardis tract of land, , rv 'vmi ,ia hid ' containing two 'hundred acres more or, less, levied upon as tho property of W. II. Mor'an, to satisfy a ft. fa. in my band ' for collection, in favor ot (J. b. hdmon. J son, issued by order oftho Clerk and Mas ; ter of the Chancery Court at Winches tor, Tennessee: L. W. GONCE. January 22, 1852. 'J'nsi ?;).'. On Saturday the iMih of February, 1357, at Al.soiiia, m l ranklm County, lennessee, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, all iho riL'ht title, interest and claim of jarnen . A. Deery. William 13. Deery, Robert E. Dee ry, and Elizabeth Deery in ond to the fol lowing slaves: Martin, Nace, Rose, und her two children Charlotte and George, Dinah and Kate. Also one fumily carriage and harness-, one top buggy, three horses, threo mules, one two-horse wagon, one marble-top table, one hat rack, five carpets for rooms, one stair carpet, one oil cloih for passage, and one carpet for passage; in fact all the property conveyed to mo as irusiee lor ineaoovc men tinned person?, by deed dated October 2, 1M), ,ind registered in the Register's office, in I?.-., 1.1 ,., p,,, T.,.m Franklin County, Tennesse. M. W. GARNER, Jan 28. 1857. Trustee, &c, Valuable Town Property for Rale. I wish to sell at private sale the comforta- bio Frame Dwelling, on Jefferson street, in! tho town of Winchester, now occupied by James Estill, Esq. TERMS Twenty-three hundred dollars, on one and two jears credit, with bond nnd approved security, and a lien returned upon the property until the purchase money is paid. Persons wishing to purchase will call on tne or my agents, Messrs. S. W. Houghton and F. A. Lougbrniller, Winchester. Call soon. Tan. 2!). '"7. tf I. P.. ACKLEN. Notice. Sell'ng off at Cost I MONSIEUR JOURDAN informs the peo ple of Winchester and vicinity that he wish es to dispose of his present stock of goods and will sell them off at Cost ! Pry ioods, Conl'ectionariee, Toys and Varieties all going at cost ! Cull soon. .FebCO lin Laud for Sr.Ic. By virtue of a decree c.f the County Court of Franklin County, in Tennessee, pronounc ed at its February Term, 1357, in the cause of Jesse S. JMcClure aud others against James J. McClure and others, I will on Friday the 20th day of March, 1857, offer for sale on the premises, to the highest bidder, on a credit of one, two and three years, the lands of which Jcsseo McClure died seized and possessed, lying in District No. 3, of Franklin County; one tract containing acres, to bo started at . not airo' fhA nti.ar Inn ft ontnininn 111 i tcr"' l" "'.?- V , 1 "T i , ! Purchasers w II be required to give bond and ceres, to be started ot $1 per acre. The i'l'"'u " " e i on the land -until all the purchose money is .. w P' TAVr.nn nfc 1 ' Tebl3 3w : s d. MORGAN, .M.AJ1..C.J. chest... st. c.. oo! - SPRING IMPORTATIONS ! ! MOKGAN & CO., No.' 49, Public Square, NASHVILLE. We are now receiving and opening our usual Spring Purchases, which will bo readv ' for inspection by the 23th, inst-, and at which nd to it will be added all the NOVELTIES, ' as they appear in the Eastern citiej. " Jn addition to the large Mid generally as erled Stock we have been ia the habit of, . "cii"iiB' "D "U,D uuu"u 11,0 ''"bbhu , grades of 1 i KE.4DV-.1IADL CLOTHING. I' - We shall be pleased to exhibit our assort mel't to our old friends and the Trade gener ally, as we feel confident that from our long experience ami the edvanuagea wo possess, we aro aoie to oner maucemcnuio all. , Nashville, Feb. 1?, I37. ADAM HANCOCK ' ' I IPrilPrn I'll arinitrm , iLlbtNofcU A UlllUNfctn.1 L iuiir3ir.u, icnntasLi.. f Will .ttend ornmDtl tn all hn.in... in k;.! . lino with which he mav be entrusted. i Winchester. October 10, EXCELSIOR caiiN & COBM ILL. J THE FARMING COMMUNITY, having become generally convinced of the groit ad vantage of grinding Corn and Cob for Stock, the only qiH'Btion lo be considered is which U tho bout Al ill for tho purpo.-.e! In all the cast, iron Mills heretofore offered, ti very seri ous objection has existed, a wautofdurubility, or liability soon to wear out. In tlio 'Excel sior" that objection is removed: The grinding surface, u hich is the only part liable to wear out, consists of rings and custs separate from the mill, and when worn out can bo removed and replaced ut a cost of threo dollars. This mill is blriiiig, sim)lo in construction, easily put up, and can bo moved from place to pluce without difficulty, nnd will cr.nxh 15 bushels per hour of ecu a and cob for stock, an 1 grind j meal for family ubj. Tho "Excelsior" was avardod the highest premium nt the great tri MAXNV'S CO.UMIJiED : miim Aim mmn. and cicuaud ii. pease's exleliiuh JlUllbLj lUlt lAi AIM) J i Lik Loll LU t.wethek with tub Excelsior aim Mill and I'm. Mill, AND OTIIEH FA KM I NO IMl'LESIENTS. jravinp bf!0()mn tIl0 I(,gujnP g(,nt for the nbovo Machines, I offer them with confidence .t0 t)e citizens of Franklin and surroundinL' I . ... it... ...... I, ; use, having taken the E'JtEJIirjI at almost all tho Agriculiural Fairs in the United Smtes; and Munny's Combined Reaper and Mower with Wood's Improvement, took the medal at tho World's Fair in Paris. Durinfftho year 18o0 I sold between sov- eniy and eighty of the above Threshers, with the be w tQke tiem back .f ,hnv M pot f()rm well N()t Qm h(1H been rettirnel, . , ,,. ,..,. , , . ,. mund. Early orders will bo most likely to bo fill ed. Address MICHAEL SHOFFXER, Jan 22. Gm PhclbyviKc, Tcnn. Wheeler, Molick& Co. JUANUFACTl IJEIIS OF Wheeler's Patent Ruiiorn Chain Horse Power and Overshot Thresher, Combined Thresher and Winnower, Pennsylvania Straw Cutter, Clover Ilullcr, and Sam Mill. I offl-T the above machines to the' farmers ! 0f Franklin, nnd would sav that I offer them the best Thresher und Power manufactured in the L ruled Mates, and in prool ot tl.at tact the above machines have taken premiums al all iho State Fairs except New York. I war rant those machines to give entire satisfac tion, cl:-e returned at my expense. Dr. H. W. HOUGHTON is my authorized agent for this county, and Iip holdn himself in readiness to make all explanations neces sary lo the satisfaction of these desiring to purchase. CERTIFICATES. This is to certify that we have used Whee ler, Aleclick & Co.'s Threshers ond they have given entire satisfaction, and we believe they aret! e best Threshers in use. Dr. W. P. Temple, W. S. Walters, R. II. Temple, G. W. Pell. II. C. Hurst, James O. GlovP, Win. Hoover, Esq., Alfred Elliott, Maj. C. P. Houston, John Knott, Jessey Phillips & Ganbrcl. JO 1 1 IV 15 A It T, AfcOKt, fc'helbyville, Bedford Co., Tor.n. hn20 6m ClUEAT I.'UL'EMEiTT? OITEKKU TO CASH CUSTOMERS! j. u. n Minis, Bogs leave to inform the people of Franklin County that he has purchased of John II. Knox his stock of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES, at the old stand formerly occupied by James i .liarn' w"cro 's ,uw " ,;K'V"' : Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Hardware, Queensware, Boo 8, Shoes, Hats, &.c.,&c. As I am necessarily compelled to do an ENTIRE CASII BUSINESS, I am confident 1 lhat i off0r my Eood ot SL'C.'l LOW PRICES thlU when you examine ai you examine ant price them, you will be prepared to appreciate the dinerence between cash and time purchases. The LADIES are particularly invited to call and examine my stock of Dress fronds Trimmiugs, Ribbons. Collars, Uundcrslceves, Hosiery, Gloves, Jewelry, Perfumery, &.c&.c. frr Jeans, Linsey, Socks, Feathers, Wool, Gengsang. Beeswax, Tallow, Dried Fruit, Sec, : lBn '? c,'JD8e ,or Goods. - - 0cl-l tf J. R. HARRIS. A. W. HUSSEY, MANUFACTURER OF ALL KI3DS OF IIAKINESS. Main street, nearly opposite Mountain House, wntairsTEii, tens , . Manufactures to order, aud keeps on hand, a general assortment of Harness, such as extra tine L-oacn, liarrouf lie, Buggy, i rotting and Common Harness. Carriage Makers will find it to their ad vantage to purchase of. mo in preference lo manufacturing. Orders respoctfully uolicited Janis-tf a . w.russev. - , COLYAK & FRizzri.i.. I ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS A f LAW ' al of Agricultural Implements in Nashville rm the 4lh, fjtli and Oih of Juno. Irtijfl.und in a contest with tlio Improved "Liulo (riant'' in Nashville, August IlOih, 18.")0. the Kxcolsior" was awarded a silver cup. This Mill is fur nished all complete with two puirs of grind, ing rings which makes it equal lo two mills, at tho Imv price of fifty dollars. This Mill stands upon le;s, is put up in a short tirno by any ordinary farm hand, and unliko all other Com Crushers discharges the meal from one point direct Ir into a half bushel." Persons warning the above Mill, or wishing to pur chase County Rights will please address ths undersigned, and obtain a circular with full information. JAMES C. BALDWIN, &. CO., 37 College Street, Sept. C Gm. Nashville, Tcnn. . JOHN F. V AUGIIAN, (SUCCESSOR. To S. A.' LOCIIAM ) Wliolcsnle & Kct.tif MattiifsictHrcr of Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper,': nd ItrsiMs Wares, and Dealer in Cooking' und Warinin Stoves, of every vari ety and pattern, Castings, Pumps liras Kettle, ld Lids. Coflce IUills, Wagou Boxes, And in fact every variety of the above des cription of articles, which will bo manufac tured to order on tho shortest notice. Rek pairing, Roofing, Guttering, &c, will be done upon moderate terms. Having invested my entire enpital in the purchase oftho establish ment formerly owned by S. A, Locklmrt, I will bo compelled to do a Casii Justness, thereby giving better bargains than can be given upon the credit system. All accounts di;e when made. Having had four years ex perience in the business, I hope, and believe, by closo application, to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage, fully assur ed that I can and will give entire satisfaction, Winchester, Sept, 19, 70 -tf J. F. V. IVoticc. On the 4th Monday, being the 23d day of Marrh, 18.V7, at the Court House door in Win chester, Term, we or either of us will sell to tho highi'st bidder for cadi a negro boy named Lawis, copper color, oged live yeurs, levied upon as the property of M. Cuslci, and to be sold to satisfy two fi fus, one in favor of Har ris & Williams and ofrainst M. Custer ond others, issued from the Circuit Court of Frank lin County, ''JVnnes,ei, and the oilier in favor of John C. Bruzelton, against 'M. Custer and others, issued by Thos. Finch, J. P. Given under our hands nnd seals. JAS. MASON, Dept. ShrT., Fch'20 JOilNP II EFFNER, Const. State of Tennessee. District Courtof Chancery at Winchester Clerk's Office, Jan.' 21, 1857. Margaret Newman vs. Benjamin Decherd", On motion of complainant nnd it ap pearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk nnd Master that defendant, .Benjamin Decherd, is a non-resident if the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary" pro cess of law cannot be served on him. It is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Homo Journal, a newspa per published in tho town of Winchester, Tennessee, for three successive weeks re quiring said non-resident defcmlarit to make his personal appearance herein oil or before Wednesday after third Monday of rebruary, A. D., 185 1, and plead, an swer, or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken lor confessed and set forheniing exparto ns to him. A copy attest. Jan22 3t IIU. FRANCIS, C- & M. SALE. As I expect to emigrate in the future 1 pro pose, on the dWh Monday hi March next, selling to the highest bidder, on aoredit of ono and two years, my new two-story BRICK STOKE HOOM, situated on tho Sout'.i side of public square Winchester, Tennessee, one door from the o'd bank corner ; the best stand, besides being tho only honso conveniently arranged for sell ing dry goods in tho place, having an open front above and befriw, aud running sixty feel back, builtof brick, with tin roof bo as to be fire-proof, substantial and durable. ALSO,. A HOUSE AND LOT, situated opposite and near Mary Sharp Col lege, a (rood twc-Jtorv building, and an acre of ground, with all tho necessary outfit to make it a desinblc residence or toarding house, having a Kitchen, fc-mokfc House, fcti-blo, Well and Cistern, ver garden, beautiful bhadn. Vegetable and fl and all other ne i ssary conveniences too le- dioustn luen'.ii'j E. IIOP.TOX. Ids FebG.h, H7 CASHIEHK GOATt kkm SALF, I w 11, on Mk. bday the 10th of March, rn the Publii! Squire in Winchester, iffor for Mile a fine ti of (5oMs. consisting of a 'avhmerp Jtnck, hbnut Firteeu ItoarMiful HaIf.ZSrcds uhaut trc;it)'-Qvc Weal thy Ewes of the Commm Stock, on a credit of twelve B nrL"in 1-. u'.. . iipuiiiii.-. w- i ibLi'i pv lircnr. ,. . b. f. Mrnr.itLi-: ' Adam Jlincck, Auci'yr. . - NEW ORLEANS STORE. Mono i -'Quick ivl rmall rnnr.it." I'VBUIC nQURr, .VV'I.N'CHESTKB.. 'TENNLSSPF. ' Respectfully Inform tl.e cilizena of fron I'm County, and the puh'ic generally, tl at In has just received a In-gesiock of Try Good, bought at very low prices at suction, and which lis will sell cheap nt pea Jble forcarh. Thankful for past potronsp, ho t9ipecifiilly solicits a continuance of the same. Call and examine his GREAT KAKGAHVf. Dry Goods, Confectionartes, Toys and . VarictieB ; tor f.i,v. car A r nut c.&ii. Kr blue and brown jrnnn, wliitti Vnt?t liomc-mnde rlotfi, fockh. jrinceng, beemnx. ni,d feathers token in exchange for cheap dry goodi Ti rtl liarsaum In niv iv.t-.lttpn Ti my fJoua again j call rourUmlon. Jiin..O ly A. JOURDAN, .TI riH1' A K K C5, AT HIS OLD STAND, SOUTH T. AST C0n.SK OP THE IsQlMttr, Winchester. esSJj? Tr.nmsxcc. Very thankfttl for ine liberal patronapi? herelol'oro extended to him, keeps on hand and will furnish any article in cabinet furni ture at the shortest notice, either of his own manufacture or f factory work. Ho is dc tenniiKid that r.oonoshnfl undersell him or pivc more inducements for custom. Any article of his own make that does not prey to be such as he soils it for may bo returueii on his hands. COFFINS FURNISHED nt r.!l times as cheap as any other person wvM furnish them, and on the shortest notice, und sent to any portion oftho country without extra' charge. His horse that he keeps for such purposes is well known and cannot bo surpassed in point of gentleness in any country. July 13, 1330. ly State of Tennessee, District Chancery Court at Manchester. January Rules, 1857. C. C. Starnes, Andrew Maxwell, nnd -William Waterson, Executors of Wm. P. Wnrterson, deceased, and William II. McCabc, . vj Thomes H. Lord, William Lord, Jere miah Lord, James Lord, William R. Cotb ran, and wife Mary; Jack Todd and wife Rebecca; James Elders ond wife Nancy non-residents 'and others. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk nnd Master, from the allegations set forth in complainant's bill, which is sworn to, that the defendants above men tioned are non-residents of tlie State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary proresi of the law cannot be served on tlicm, It is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Home Journal, a newspaper published in the town of- Winchester, Tennessee, for three successive weeks, requiring said non-resident defendants K appear at the next term of the Chancery Court for Coffee County, Tennessee, to bo held at the Court House in the town of Manchester, on the third Monday in February 1857, and plead, answer, or demur to a bill filed by complainants, or the same will be taken for confessed bj to them, and stand for hearing at iho next term of the Court. J. L. THOMPSON, Jan22 3t Clerk and Master. PHOTOGRAPHY. I am now prepared to eiccute, in tin best style of the art, AMBISOTYFFS, PIffOTOCRAFHS, OR DAGUERREOTYPES, at my rooms, over Houchton & Loucb miller's dru'' store. Those wishing miniatures, please call and examine specimens. 1 he Anibrotype 1 have recently intro- luced, and succeod far beyond iny most sanguine expectations. J hey are surely a great improvement over the Dagueneo type, both in beauty of appearance and facility of execuiion. I3rii7 on your children they can be taken beforo they cen have, time to move. Satisfaction in all casea guaranteed or no ar;;e. J. W. UOUG'IITO.N. Winchester, Aug. lO.'oC-tf. State of TcunvsKve, Fraukliu Co. County Court, February Term, 157. Lewis Anderson and wife) Petition to yell Charlotte and others, against Land Warrdiit. Abrum Moore and others. S It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendants in this case W. C. John son ond wife Nonicia, James Bell and wife Nancy, Samuel Bell and wife Mildred, Lively and wife Pheba, Jasper Chapman and wile Nancy, Wm. Moore, George Moore, nnd Ma ry Moore, Joseph Moore, Thomas P. Rogan, Coleman and wife India are non-residents cf the Slate of Tennessee, Ii is therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made for three successive weeks in tho Homo Journal." a nev.spapsr published in the town of Winchester, Tenn., requiring the said non-resident defendauts ti appear at the next term of this Court, to t holden nt the Court House in Winchester on tho first Monday in March, 157, and ploail answer or demur to tho petition of comp'.ain-aiit-s or tho same will bo taken lor confessed a:id set down for hearing cxparte as to them. Attest, W. E. TAYLOR. Clk. of eaid County Court. Febl3 - Zv CUSTEIl HOUSE, Tf. CX'S'ITJS. I'roprictor, wtxt-iicsrea, tbnkussu:. The uh?criber ro'icits a share ifjclron age frmn the trfcTellirtir ptibl.c, and the pcop'e of WJnchesler aud Franklin comity. His accommodations arc (food, and charge moil- : crate, tall ftivJ ec ltr vour'elres. M. CU.VTEK. -"I run a good hack d i!y between I;cl.sri and Winchester, nd charge un'v 'S-rn' per paven.'cr. ' M. CUSTER. Febla " . . . ti i.r.wi .titrrrAi.riv ATTORNEY &. COUNSELOR AT LAW . WISCUESIER, TCNtrr.r . Will giw prompt atienti'-n ill rh"v'-tr-rvds Wtir.. - i '