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GRP. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN APVANCE, $ 2 0 MTHl.N SIX MONTHS 2 50 , TWELVE MONTHS 3 00 ' ' " INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. rubric Speaking. It will bo borno in mind that Messrs. Wiscnor and Thomas, electors for this district, will address tho citizens of Win chester and Franklin county at this place on Monday next. As it is the commence ment of Circuit Court, a largo crowd may bo expected. On Wednesday tho electors for tho Stato at largo will be here. Let every body turn out and hoar them. Wo hear, from best authorities, of num bers of democrats in this county who can't go tho Cincinnati nominee, and will vote for Fillmore and Donelson. C. M. Farmer tenders his services to tho people of Winchester and Franklin county to fill all orders for Furniture. Mr. F'b'. work is wide and favorably known, and we bespeak for him a liberal share of public patronage. Soma person has boon telling it about, that Jourdan steals his goods. He says that is one reason why ho con sell c heap er than everybody else. Try him. Thcro will bo n grand mass meeting and barbecue at Knoxvillo on the 4th of September. The arrangements being made will insure a jolly time. Tho whole Stato is invited. Hurrah for East Ten nessee! Judge Shortridge, of Alabama, who has been claimed as a supportcrofBuchanan, is announced to speak io support of Fill more, in the Huntsvillo American. The Fillmoro men in Alabama arc entering upon the labors of the canvass with en thusiastic zeal, and will exhibit enduring trophies of their powers in November. The same may bo said, indeed, of every State in the Union. Massaciiusets. Tho "solid men of Boston," and of the Bay State, are moving for Fillmore. A meeting is pro posed to be held soon at Fanceil Hall to start the ball. A new Fillmore daily pa per is to be started immediately, and the State is to be carried for Fillmore, sure. M. & H. Nassauer have on bond a splendid assortment of Hats, Boots and Shoes, which they offer cheap. "Tho Winchester Weekly Appeal" is before us. We should like to see n copy of the Daily. Pulaski True American Citizen. We would send it to you but fear you would then demand the Hourly, and so on. The " True American Citizen"' is before us. We would like to sec a copy of the false one. We sco from Brownlow's Whig that his new book is ready for distribution, and those desiring copies can be supplied by addressing him at Knoxvillo, or any of his agencies. The title page runs as fol lows: "Americanism contrasted with Foreign ism, Romanism, and Bogus Democracy, in tho Light of Reason, History and Scrip ture; in which certain Demagogues in Tennessee, and elsewhere, are shown up in their true colors." Retailprice of tho book 75 cents. Lib eral discount will be made to wholesale dealers. We have just received the August No. of Godey. The ladies consider Godey a special favorite. His fashion plates arc beautiful. DEMOCRATS TO OLD LINE WHIGS, filtEETIMi. The Richmond Enquirer, tho leading organ of the Southern Democracy, talks "right out inmeetin" to Old Line Whigs, as follows: "We invite no man of Whig principles to join the Democratic party. Such an overture would bo as insulting to him as nnjust to our party. A person with Whig eonvictions cannot bo admitted into the Democratic organization, without to some extent corrupting its integrity and de bauching its principles. We invite no Whigto come into the Democratic party unless he chooses voluntarily and from convictions to objure his ancient faith and to profess allegiance to Our peculiar platform-" Commenting on this, the Richmond Whig says: "After this we are sure that no Whig not already a dog at heart can unite with the Democracy in the coming election." Letters from Mr. Fillmore in IMS. In refutation ofono of tho many mis representations now circulating through the opposition pross of tho South in re lation to Mr. Filmon position touching tho subjoct of slavery old slanders of 18 IS now ro-ossurtod wo publish tho follow ing letter by which tho misrepresentation to which it relates was then oxplodcd: Albany, Sopt. 13, 1858. Dear Sin: I returned this morning from tho Wost, and havo yours of tho 0ih, in which you say it has been churn ed in the Richmond Enquirer that I hold it to bo within tho power of Congress to interfere with or break off tho transporta tion, removal or disposal of norsons held (as slaves from one slave-holding Stato to another. Iam nware that this question has ever been discussed in Congress, or was ever prosented for the consideration of the Su preme Court of tho United Slates before 1841. In that yoar tho celebrated case from Mississippi was decided, and Mr Justice McLean gavo an eluborate opin ion on this point; in which tho Chief Jus tice concurred, Ho camo to the conclu sion that tho constitutional power over this matter was vest in the several Stales, and not in Congress. So for as my knowledge extends, this opinion carped conviction to every unprejudiced mind, and the question was considered settled. At any rate, this was my opinion then, and I have seen no cau.so to change it since. Should I do so, I shall not hesi tate to declare it. You will, therefore, perceive that you did me no injustice io representing to your friend that these were my senti ments. I wrilo in haste, amid tho pressure of official duties, but remain Truly yours, MILLARD FILLMORE. James Brooks, Esi Alba.mv.N, Y., July 31, 1S48. Hon. John Gavi.e Dear Sir: I have your letter of the llitli instant, but my of ficial duties have boon so pressing that I have been compelled to neg'ect my pri vate correspondence. I had also deter mined to write no Jettcs for publication bearing upon the contest in the ap proaching canvass. But as you desire some information for your own gratifica tion in regard to the charges brought against me from thoSouth, on tho Slave ry question, I have concluded to state briefly my position. While I was in Congress, there was much agitation on iho right to petition. My votes will doubtless be found recorded in favor of it. The rule upon which I acted was, that every citizen presenting a respectful petition to the body that by the Constitution had power to grant or refuse tho prayer of it, waseniitled to be heard, and thcreforo tho petition ought to be received and considered. If not right ami reasonable the prayer of it should bo lenied. I think all my voles, whether on the reception of petitions or the consid eration of resolutions, will bo found con sistent with this rule. I have none of my Congressional doc uments here, they being at my former res idence in Buffalo, nor have I access to any papers or memoranda to refresh my re collection; but I think that some time while in Congress I took occasion tostate in substance my views on the subject of slavery in the States. Whether the re marks were reported or not, I run unable to say, but tho substance was that I re garded slavery as an evil, but ono with which tho national government has noth ingtorlo. That by the constiiution of the United States the whole power over that question was vested in tho several states whero the institution was tolerated If they regard it as a blessing, they had a constitutional right to enjoy it, and if they regard it as an evil, they had the power, and knew best how to apply the remedy. I did not conceive that Con gross had any power over it or was in any way responsible for its continuance In the several States where it existed. I have entertained no other sentiments on this subject, since 1 examined sufficiently to form an opinion, and I doubt not that all my acts, public and private, will bo found in accordance with this. I have thehon or to be your obedient servant. MILLARD FILLMORE. the Tim: titk.ed. The New York Tribune, a short lime ago; affected tobciieve the chances of Air. Fillmoie's success too insignificant to merit notice. It ha? now changed its tone. It begins to sec that ho is tho dan gerous competitor of its favorite. In a late issue it says: "The South American party at present evinces moro vitality and vigor in our State than does that which enjoys the sympathies of by far tho larger share of the Missouri border ruffians." Thi New Y. Herald ha also changed its tone. It rogards Mr. Fillmoro's pros pects as greatly improved, whilst Mr. Buchanan's are growing dark. Of tho lat ter it says: "Mr. Buchanan, on tho other hand, is already slackening his goit very porcoptN bly. His papers aro deserting him horc ami there, and his most octivo drummors socin to bo laboring in vain to get up n litllo onlhusiasm. Tho stuff of which popular enthusiusm is made, however, is not in him, and cannot bo brought out of him. Through his wbolo life ho has boon a cold nnd timid man, following in tho wuko of other men. We don't hear any thing of lato of Mr. Buchanun. Hud the Presidential election taken placotheday or tho wook after tho Cincinnati Conven tion ho would hardly have had a show of resistance; but ho has beon losing ground ever since. Even Captain Ryndcrs, with his well-drilled Empire Club, and his faithful six-pounder, con hardly make noise enough for the democratic candidate to be heard beyond tho iron railings of the Park. TIium, then, they stand: Fremont ahead all over the North; Fillmore bristling up in the South, Buchanan losing ground. At tliis role, where will the democracy bo in November?" Graham's Magazine, Godey 's Lady's Hook, and Harper's Monthly. Having made arrangements with the Publish ers we are enabled to make the follow ing oiler: For one copy of the Appeal and a copy of any one of the above excellent periodicals, one year, $3 2", This is only twenty-fice cents more than tho regular subscription price of tdther of the magazines. Where are the la dies. 07" Everybody in town, and in tho coun try, so far as it is known that G'uilderslcevo is in town, who has a watch or clock that was ever mado to run, whether it is worn out or spoiled by travelling tinkers, is now having it made' to keep lime as well as when new. Every thing of the kind is warranted, and if it does not perform satisfactorily, it costs you nothing. So if you want to have your watch es and clocks made to keep correct time, bring tboiii right in, and wo assure you, you will get the worth of your money. Mr. (JiMersleevo wishes it understood tha t he is not a travelling watch-fixer, like many who sxaiit out IVoin a gunsmith shop to pick the people's pocket) by pretending to repair their clocks and watches, but a regular workman, having done a largo portion of tho work sent from hero to Nashville lately, although not gone rally known to tho people. Nei her would we forgot those celebrated Brazilian Pcbblo Spectacles for sale by Mr. Gildcrslccvo. If j-ou wish to preserve your eye and read with case, throw away your common glasses and procure a pair of the Bra zil! ians. COMMERCIAL. Union and American Office, N asiivim.k, July 24, ISjG. GROCERIES Remoin nt former quo tations, with an upward tendency. WHEAT TOufO, firm. Foreign news favorable. J. II. VABSJUMS, AT IMS OLD STAND, SOUTH -F. AST CORNER OF THE LLthi-J SliUARK, Winchester, rJT-Cfe Tennessee. Very thankful for llie liberal patronaire heretofore extended to him, keens on hand nnd will furnish any article in cabinet furni ture at the shortest notice, either of his own manufacture or of factory work. Ho is de termined ihat no one shall undersell him or give more inducements for custom. Any article of his own make that docs not prove to bo sue l as ho sells it lor may dc returned on his hand. COFFINS FURNISHED at all times as cheap as any other person will furnish them, and on tho shortest notice, and sent to any portion of the country without extra charge. His horse f,iat ho kccp3 for such purposes is well known nnd ennnot be surpassed in point of gentleness in any country. July 12, 13,'(5. ly IV o. 40 PI ULIC 8UVAKK, NASHVILLE, IMTORTEBS AMD PEALF.BS 1.1 FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Salt! Salt! Sail! A largo stock just received and tor gale by June 7 J. II. KXOX. r i'ua i t t it i; i l r or. J O If .V l.f TT11 It S O ,1 No. 10, College, .St., NASHVILLE. TENN. 03" All kinds of Furniture, Clocks, Lamps, always on hand and for sale Wholesale and Itct-'il (Marl' ly P'FI ftliwSS? its. MeMinnville Inn, W. W, NIJNNELY, PROPRIETOR, UAST SIDI3 OP TI1R SQIMIU:, McMiuuinllc, Tcnn. This hniiHo has been thoroughly rclilloil and contains largo nnd comfortable rooms. Good accommodations fur horses, and persons convoyed tonny point they may desiro. Clinrgog moderate. Jy5 y STATU OF TUKMlSSuil Chancery Court for Franklin County, Clerk's Office, June 30, 1050. Wm. Austell, adm'r of Amos Austoll, dee'd vs. Litliebury Austell, ct. uln. On motion of complaint! ut, nnd it appearing to tliesiiliNliiction of tho Clerk & Muster tliul said defendant, Littehury Austell, is a non resident of tho Sfrito of Tennessee, bo that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on him, it is therefore ordered that publica tion bo mado in the Winchester AnDenl. a newspaper published in tho town of Winches ter, for three successive weeks, requiring said non-resident defendant to make his per"- a i-t -i fi 1 n rthnn an nnn 1. ' t t tar sonal appearance herein on or beforo Wed-Icvcry variety of Tin Wares,. and can niniiu nesday after the third Monday in August next ttt',ure to or(,-'r. all manner of Shed Iron and plead answer or (lemur io complainant. Wares. Guttoriny, Roofing, ice., dune on bill or the same will bo taken for confessed ' reasonable terms. . and set forbearing exparte as to him. ' W'H !l'iC in exchange for tlio above goods Acopyalto.it. llu. FRANCIS, C.&. M. July 5. !5w STATE OV TENNESSEE. Chancery Court fur Franklin County , Clerk's Office, July 3d, 1850. On motion of comnhiinanls. and it rumour ing to Iho satisfaction of tho Clerk &. Master that all tho above named defendants aro non residents of the Stato of Tennesson so that tho ordinary process of law cannot be scrvd on thorn, it is thcreforo ordered that pub ica- i.n .1.. : . t. ur: i.-.. . . ruM ,ms m.,u non-rc.oom c.cienuants to mnkn tnnir nnrsmvil nnnniirnni.ii mi-nm n, "r w 7 " 1 ,-. " T , . "V, ", . ' ui;kuu iv utniosiiuy u no r mo uiiru mommy in August next, and nlead answer or demur to' complainants' bill or the same will bo taken .ui iwinuRBuii "iiu e-ct uir Hearing cxpario as to them. A copy attest. IIU. FRANCIS, C.&.M. July 5 yw silk or Valuable 1'ropcrlij. I wish to sell my land, consisting of about five hundred acres, located four miles and n half from Dechord Depot, Franklin Co., on the road to UocUcrvillo, Said land is well timbered and watered there being three or four never-failing wells of good wnicr; be sides an excellent slock pond; tolerably yood dwelling, with ill c necessary out-bouses; good orchards, containing as good fruit as can bo found in tho county. All the cleared land is in a high slate of cultivation at this lime, and if tho purchaser desires, the present crop would bo sold, to gether with all the slock belonging to tho place, consisting of bog.-:, cattle, and sheep. Tho land is in two IracU, and can be divided, if ncccsHary, to suit purchasers. Tr.ii.vs One-uv d cash, and the balance in one and two yearn. ALSO On tho fld of October next, at my resi dence, I will sell, nt public sale, all my farm ing utensils, together willi household and kitchen furniture. If privaio sale for mv land and slock bo not bad before then, I will sell them to the highest bidder on said day. THUS. JJ. WUUUS. Juno 23, 185(5. Slate of Tennessee. District Court of Chancery at Winchester, franklin bounty, July Oth, lSolj. Sophia Eaxel, ") VS. Bill for Divorce. Joseph Damant, alias Joseph Sleiibenraiich. J On motion of complainant, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk & Master that the above defendant is a uon-rcsidont of the State of Tennessee so that tho ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served on him, it is therefore ordered that publication bo made in the Winchester Appeal, a newspaper publish ed in tho town of Winchester, Tennessee, requiring said non-resident to make bis per sonal appearance herein on or before Wednes day after the third Monday in August next, or the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing cxparlo as to them. A copy attest. 11 U. FRANCIS, C. & AI. Julyl-2 w .Slate oJ" Tennessee. Chancm Court for Franklin County. Clerk's Office, July 7, 185(1. Daniel Wells VS. Barbara Wells. On motion of complainant, and it appearing to tho satisfaction of the Clerk & Master that defendant Barbara Wells is a non-resident of the Slate of Tennessee so that the ordinary process of law cannot bo served on her, it is therefore ordered that publication bo mado in tho Winchester Appeal, a newspaper publish ed in the town of Winchester, Tennessee, for three successive wooks, requiring said non resident to make her personal appearance herein on or beforo Wednesday after the ad Monday in August next, and plead answer or demur to coniplninant's bill or the same will bo taken for confessed, and set for hear ing exparic as to her. A copy attest. July 1-2 IIU. FRANCIS, C. &. M. Slate oi Tennessee. COUNTY COUIIT Fiunklin County, Julv Term, 1S5G. Goo. W. Bowling, adm'r &.c., VS. Sarah C. Trotm.m, Rob- Petition tosoll ert B. Trotman, and Fcrdi- land, nand Trotman. It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, from the pctiiion which is sworn to, that tin? defendants are non-residents of the State of Tennessco so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on them, it w ihereroro ordered that publication, for three successive weeks, be made in the Winchester Appeal, a newspaper published in the town of Winches ter, Tennessee, requiring said defendants to appear at the next term of this Court, to be lioldon for the county of Franklin at the Court II0118O in Winchester, on the first Monday in August next, and plead answer or demur Io said petition or the same will bo taken for con fessed and set for hearing rxparto. Julyl2 W. E.TAYLOR, CTk. MEDICAL NOTICE. Dr. A. . Clonton bavin? permanently located in Winchester offers bis professional services to the citizens of the county. Office on Slain street, ono door above J. II. Kno.x'g family grocery ; residence, one for merly occupied by F. T. Estill, Esq. MarW Iv 8. A. LOCK II AIM", WHOLESALE DEALER IN STOVES AND SIANUFACTCIircil OK SHEET J RON WARES, Wiii:In;st-r Tcniu'sweo. I AM now receiving a largo ami vnried assortment of fine Stoves, Brass Kettles, Odd Lids, Pumps, Castings, &c, und have on 'mud i01" copper, brass, pewter, nun loan, dccswiix, feathers, tallow, jeans, and all articles cum ing under tho bend of barter. The market price will always bo allowed. T. J. I.ockbiirt is my authorized ngont, nnd can always lie found at the old business stand. Mar 15, 1850, tf S A LOCK HART. FISH'S MKTALIC BII1SIAI, CASES. porcbasc can ho supplied at the shortest notice 1 . .. I I "'' and on reasonable terms. FublQ tf S. A. LOCKlIAni. John T. Woottoii M. C. Hollowav. WOOTTON & IIOLMUYAY, Commission Merchants and Produce Dealers, COTTON AVENUE, ITIacoi), fin, WJLL pay strict attention to all Consign ments from Northern Georgia and Tcniics.'cc. And if prompt attention and quick returns deserve any credit, wo hopo to share a liberal portion of tho public patronage. Also wc will make liberal advances on goods in store. REFERENCE. Any person who has made us ono shipment. RAT III A SALOON ANI BAKKEIJ SIIOI. Henry, the Rarbcr, calls the attention of the citi.ens of Winchester and vicinity to his EXCELLENT BATH ROOMS ho has just fitted up in connection with his BARBER SHOP. Those Rooms arc supplied with water from two of iho host Cisterns to be found anywhere, holding near four hundred barreU. Warm, Cold, Shower and Pouring baths, also an As cending Douche, very convenient. Ho feels eonfiileiii that hotter i'acilitics for bathing can not ho bund anywhere Norili or Soulh Ami ns Aio cleansing of the body is 11 !bing conducive :o heallh and pleasure, tie dattcrs himself thai lio will receive liberal patron age. Shaving and hair-dressing also contin ued as usual, after tin? most approved tyles. A supply ol tlic UtK'sl it::ji" always on land. HENRY", tho Uarbcr. Jlar (1m s i :r & u h h CAIJIM3T MAKERS, Wiiiclicstcr, Tcnm'ism-c. THANKFUL for past favors, beg leave to inform thoir friends and the public jrnnrilly, that they still continue tho Cabinet Business at their now house, South-east side of the Public Square, Winchester, Tcnn. ri i:itj ia: Constantly on band, or mado to order. So fas and Chairs rc-upholstcred, and old furni ture repaired. Mattresses mado to order on short notice. Collins made and conveyed to any part of tho county without extra charge. ROBINSON & HALL. February 10, '50 ly. STATU OF TEiilSEE. Chancery Court for Franklin County. Clerk's Office, June !30, 1S50. S. W. Houghton vs. Ben & J. II. Dechcrd. On motion of complainant, and il appearing to tho satisfaction of the Clerk & Blaster that said defendants aro non-residents of the State of Tennessee so that tho ordinary processof law cannot be wervod on them, it is tbcrcloro ordered that publication be mado in tho Win chester Appeal, a newspaper published in the town of Winchester, Teun., requiring said non-resident defendants to make llieir per sonal appoarancehcreinon or before Wednes day alter tho third Monday in August next, and plead answer or demur to complainant's bill or the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing exparte as to llicm. A copy attest. July 5 IIU. FRANCIS, C.&M. State of Tennessee. Chancery Court nt Winchester for Frank lin County. June 30, 185(. Daniel Russell, Ex'r &c, VS. Benjamin Vomer and wife, et. als. On motion of complainant, nnd it appearing to tho satisfaction of the Clerk & Master that defendants Helijainin Verner and wife Nancy are non-residents of the State of Tennessee so that the ordinary procnHs of law cannot bo served on them, is is therefore ordered that publication bo made fur three Miccessivo weeks in tlio Winchester Appeal, a newspa per published in the to.vn of Wim:he.-ter, Tennessee, requiring said nui-rosident de fondants to make their personnl appearance herein oil or beforo Wednesday after third Monday in August next and plead answer or demur to complai nun's bill or the same will bo taken for confessed and set for hearing exparte as to them. A copy attesi. Julyl IIU. FR ANCIS, C. Sc M. SADDLE FOR SALE! A No. 1 gciit!.;inniV r-aJdlt. new. v at this cilice. NEW ORLEANS ST8RE. Mv .Mono M "Quick union nnl mrall proffif s A. JOURDAN, PUllLIC . -'li; HE, WINCHESTER TENNESSEE. Respectfully informs il,o cilizcnr of Frniil. in County, nnd the ri'U'ic generally, that l.o umjtiHt received a large .-orl; ofl'lry Gum's, boiic. it at very low prices at nliction, nnd which bo will noil cheap rs ps8iM frcnsb. Ihnnklul r pant titreni.e-p, . rcM.eci.'iillV .olicils ti coiitii.niiiK-o of iho kiiiiio. Call and 'xamimi his UH5I2AT IJ.liUJALYw. Dry Goods, Confccticnaries, Toys anil Varieties l ott s.w.r. i iir.AP cash. rr"r- II mi ii, . iici; in exchnn;.;.. for cheap dry.rooik 'w!; &c, taken J"nt'' Jy A. Jul1 Pi DAN. WATCHES. VI.OVUH V TMlK-riRt'i:., OK ALL KINDS, ARE NO W Jl EPA III E JJ BY South side of tho Square, corner Custer IIou;:e, WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, In a manner not surpassed in Nat hviloor nuv other place. All work warranted Io givo sat faction and to perform ns staled. I'ersur.s who have Watches or Clocks to repair will please send ihom right in that he may have evidence of sufficient buriincs.s u justify u permanent location, which is his iuieution if there should be sufficient business. Jewelry also rcpairad. To thoso who value their Sight Wo would say: If you f1Md your eye-sight failing, or if you use spectacles, do not delay availing yourselves of the opportunity of pro curing ft pair of tho justly celebrated Braziliian Pdblc Spectacles, adapted to your eye, and selected by a per son who understands the business. Thev do mi- u.u uyu noon reaumgand will pre serve vision unimpaired for years Ion"cr than any oiner gmss il properly selected to suit tho eye. I hero is no straining of the eye while using them, ns in most other spclaclos. The shape of the surface, (concavo convex) the i.uyu oi.o mill me nnciicss and clearness of the glass are tho combined qualities which no other glasses possess, and which render them superior to all others. Many persons mMit have good eye-sight for tenor lifteen years longer by using these glasses than the com mon passes which in the end often do moro harm than good. Nuuirous testimonials can bo produced from the best citizens of Nash ville. For sale by L. J. OILDEKSLEEVE, Sou lli-East corner of the Squaro' JAMES II. YOlTSd, (Successor to Walker &- Yoitnr) SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, Wi isolator, ssjf. Temipssoe. Keeps constantly on tfm hand and arc pre pared tomaiiiifao r"- tore all kinds of Saddles, IIi i;i, SUi Martinsals, and every doscription'of W A G ON HA R NESS in the neatest and tho most durable manner, whic.i they are offering on the most rensona- iwe terms lor cash, or to punctual dealers on tho usual lime. Shoo on the cast side of the puh he square, next door to Esq. Finch's oilicc. JM. is. Evcrv kind of nrnihuT. inUn change for work, such aa corn, meal, wheat, lium, nacon, porit, lard, plank, boards, fciin-gle.-', &c, &c. March lo, I-s.Ki. Insolvent Notice. Having suggested tho insolvency of the cs ato of R.Q. Taylor, dee'd. to tho thority, all persons holding claims aaint said estate aro requested to file them with the clerk of iho Counly Court by Iho liUlh day of No vember, ISjO, to bo dealt with according to law. ADAM TAN(Tif:k MnyiU tf Adm'r R.Q.Taylor, dee'd. cheap KAi:Ais t'oi; cash : : J. H. KNOX, At the corner formerly occupied by Jus, Harris, opposite the Post Office, CALLS tho altcntion of tho citizens of Win chester and I ranklin county to his slock of Groceries ond Pry Goods, wliicli he will sell cnr.Ar For. cash, and hopes by so doing to sell the more. Go and examine his prices and stock beforo purchasing elsewhere- may 11), l-i.Hi. tf J U. KNOX. Flour! FI0111-!- -Largo lot just received J. II. KNOX. and for salo bv HV.iiv of Tennessee. Chancery Court nt Winchester, Tcnn. Clerk's Odicc, July 18, 1850. B. L. Russell VS. L. E. Tucker, Chester Tnssell. On motion ol complainant, and it ap pearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk & Master that said defendants are non residents of the Stato of Tennessee so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on them, it is therefore ordered that publication be mode in the Winches ter Appeal, a newspaper published in tho town of Winchester, Tennessee, for threo successive weeks, requiring said non-resident defendants to make their personal appearance herein, on or before Wednes day after the third Monday in August next, and plead nnsweror demur to com plainant's bill, or tlii! same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ep:tit. n. to tliein. A i npv nttert. Julr. III'. FRANCLi, U.fc M. vaym:!. Six good and rxperiencrd ILARNKM MAK.FAtS can find neadv (::p!i.yii.ei, at la r w a gen, by applying in Liviiitmi Jt .Mr Claii.'. ViiicIiOft-r, 'iVi.nes.oee. Ni:e hi.t uoi.ti workmen need apply. CO" Cincinnati L'junii.erfial cupv daily one 1110111I1, and send account ! tills t.:Vc. Winchester, June IsV'1. .oTici: I HAVE this iliiy sngc.-tcd the i'i. olv n cy of ih estate of A. U. Gordon, dec eiscd. to the Clerk of iho Coun'y Court of Fp.if'in county. All per.-ons having claims n;rint said estate v. ill file them with the Clerk f the Ciun'v Court oil or belii.-eihe'J'.Mdnv ol ''cto Kr. l'Crf. tl.WPKN MARCH. r.pr I'.'li-:'-. , I n :i . .