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51 IS PUnijISHRtf' IVBEKt.Y BY . I' t 1 " - 'ig-'r;-KT GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTKIt, Uni.itcioC's. Tba fturLii quarterly P fl.o Hfnt r!,. ...!. ..4. uiruiiug ui i't" v"u'1"""' I Winchester commences Wednesday 1 night next, Trenchers fi'om achstaiiee are expected. . F. A. Kim en., Pastor. VAXAVID.V. To-morrow the eiti.f ns of our town will be called upon to vote a tax upon themselves ' for a. subscription to raise funds to build a school house in. Winchester. The proposition, as understood by us, is to raise live thousand dollars by taxation and pri vate subscription, and place it in the hands of the trustees of Carrick Acad 'any, to bo disposed of as they see (it, so that it is applied to the purposes des ignated, leaving it entirely lo their dis "cretionto determine what kind of a pchool they will have, and upon such plan as they think proper to adopt. All that wc have to say at present is, we hope if the tax is raised that they may have bettefluck in conducting the project than they have heretofore luid in regulating the fortunes of Carrick Academy. We hope th may be sure they are right; then go ahead. So far as we are concerned, we expect to hold off until the man1 appears more clearly to our vision than present pros pects afford. We are never ecstatic about novelties, nd do not leap fran tic into the dark at new tilings, but are just enough of an old fogie to require some satisfactory evidence that good may result frem our ac: on such sub jects. Wc wish to know why Carrick has1 proved n failure so far. lias it been for want of a belter building? If so how much is necessary to put up a suitable house? It occurs (o us that two thousand dollars is stiliioicnf. Is I'icra :;o ranch in the lands of the treas urer? or could it be raised by selling the old bui'iir:7 "e are net i lio.'tl rr sa!i.s.Ied Inat . . ... till: to'.vn ean tcxnsi'ii f cr;c ).i w. r- j:.patioiV;JUrpoifS. We just tlsrofi out these li!ii!.i tln.i llie .'-enit- may think uv'ibiv l: y v-tc i'ur the proposil ioji of tn.v.U'ji;, -ui-' ?rt j.'o headlung Mito an c!)t'.r;i which :;,vms to have some ol-ii't'-Uoiiiibh: feature'.'. Our opinion is shai sjoou taav.ii' tv will make good i .,eho'; vvh a parcjis wish t- educate l!icir (sous. 31:jry Wirp ('oliee. Despite the mean attempt ol' certain new.spypers not a thousandtniies from lure, to throw contempt upon this ir. stitution.the present session has open- 'd with larger classes than have eve" : :!ef.ie assembled within its walls. It ! now numbers about one hundred and j .xly students, and still thev come. ! We wild sav it. an.! care not for the o'- fence it may give to newspapers, it is j tub school of the South. Let those w ho think otherwise pay it an occasional visit, and they will learn something that i.::iy agreeably surprise thein,.provided tiiey are fViendsto education. The reeret of this young institution's fiucee's : ii the industry and skilll'ul mode adopted Ly President Graves.- Wc can be permitted to say that wc ; believe ho is tlue most laboring teacher j in this country, while Lis peculiar art i ol' teaching is approved by all. We have received Harper's and pu Craham's Magazines Tor October. Wos't Stick. Two of the Democrat Beth of the numbers are unusually in-i ic Electors in Virginia have declined. I TM. A.r rr! f n Ma tllAIW Mfi Of that A 1.1 Hunlr Icrestirur. Thev are excellent monttr- lic3 had' rather greet them than the nr-w moon giving more light, and raising tides our spirits higher, "W"e see it stated in some of our ex changes that ex-Gov. Reede r, of Kan" as ndtorictv, was killed a short time Ago in Indiana. The dilliculty arose out cf politics. The mccst thing we have seen in the -way of inventions lately is the '4,Patcnt India Rubber Pen and Pencil Case." Mr. L. I. Gildersleeve has a number of these beautiful cases ou hand, 6ome with, and some without, tne pen, and we take pleasure in rec ommending them as superior, in every respect j' to the common silver case, Jetaming as they do a beautiful glossy blactrpani being less susceptible ol' injur. We ve tested cm. The- Oid-Line Whigs of Maryland aro'for I iHriicr, utmost to a man. We take pleasure in" calling atterl- Lien of the public to the beautiful and ("Xtt-nsivc stock of . Fall and Winter I uiods-jttst retieiyJJiy pucclfiver and cntcrprjping young merchants, JJx.wiir i.v & if ENURHsoMt . XhV'r selection of tfoudii evinces much t.mte, and would . . t. ilo honor to older mid more exponent 0(; hcmls , ian th(lir3i Their storc ig always open, and they are ever in rcad- I mess to wait upon customers partie j ularly lady customers. ; They are both si. igln gentlemen, and although they d net beast over this fact, they main ?: in that, being without the responsi bility and expense of families, they are enabled to give better bargains than many of their neighbors, who are situ ated differently. The community will be further enlightened on this subject next week by an advertisement. It is authoritatively stated that ne groes are selling at high figures in the Suuth. G. A. Shook has, among other nice article?, a beautiful assortment of JJelts, for ladies. There is very little news in the pa pers now-adays of any kind, and as to local news, that' entirely out of the question. The course of lectures to the young men, by Rev. A. J. Raird, will bo com menced in a short time. Hon. John Hell will reach his home in Nashville to-day. lie hasaceepted a public dinner, tendered him by his friends, which promises to be a grand welcome. FOR THR Arpn'.M.. Mr. Editor: What lias become of youroM friend and correspondent, "Tur key Hunter"? Have )ou commissioned him to go out lo Kansas to shoot the Ab olitionists oftlia North? Or havo you suit hint to the Rocky Mountain to kill turkeys for t tie White Houeu? Or is he still m old trunk! in? IF gobling time is not over with him, I should like to hear i l linn goble a lew more times through your column.. I imagine that f can soothe oi l veteran hunter croucdied down in some hazel thicket, with his turkpy-caller inj full blast, and his long rusty looking rifle, j o ' o ' i rockol primed, ready to wreak out his , venxance on some poor old gray bear !e 1 ' Iriil Perhaps, this isSatur- . '. . . . . .. ... I ay evening, nnd the o.. Mellow is tiling I ini; on tne line dinner tie would like to, mva m', inn m rtri-Atx' anil nnrutna ho inc I told his "Betsy" that she should assist j in connection with the little turkey-hunt-I f n in demolishing the carcass of a wil l tujrkcy on the Lord's day. Hark ! a leaf , moves, a stick cracks, dick goes the old! rifle and off goes the old turkey goble r. Look at the old hero for a moment. His turkey-caller drops involuntarily from his extended mouth, while bis traitorous old rifle falls harmlessly by his side. tails harmlessly by Ins side. io no soin. n ueui:; mc om iruci ui storm of disappointment shrouds I Ll,":I '0"v.e'1 l,r ?'iJ ',aIilr0:''i , . i nvbv Caleb, W. ilallowell by dead bear visnge, while hejam.ly exclaims, ir;g jaQ oboul tie 18th of October, isr.n. key for dinner to-morrow." Ex- Tl.n snid Tract of Land will be sold to What a his dim "-Xo turkcy for Ji,ir'cr to-mornow il n 'luB' FOX Hi' NT Kit. While the democratic papers of the South are supporting Buchanan because nf his sympathy for Southern institutions, the Providence (R. I.) Post, in recom mending him to the fupport of freesoil ers, sa s : " Mr. Bjchanai never uttered a word in defence of shivery, or whispered asen- tenco in favor of its existence, or cast a vote which any honest man would con- struc into a wish to support the institu tions of slavery.' UD ".- ... u...v i is unsuun.i on tho slavery question. One of them supports Fillmore and Don elson. Died, On the 8th inst., in this county, Mrs. Nahcv Jajcb Drake, wife of Rev. Jno. H.Drake, in tho 25th year of her ago. Mrs. D. was a worthy member of the C. P. Church, and had lived an exempla ry and Christian life for thirteen years. Ilunttville Independent. ' ' VALUABLE NEGltOfcS FOll SALE. By virtue of a decree of the County Court of Franklin County, Tenrlessee, pronounced at its September term, I806, 1 will, on the 6th day of October next, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash at the court house door in the town of Winchester, the slaves Gabriel, s?cd about 20 years, and Duncan, ag ed about 15 yearn, of whom Thomas B. Trot man, died., seized and possessed. The bid dings for Gabriel to commence at $101)0, and Duncan to be started at $700. yVM. E. TAYLOR, Clk. Suit! SalC Salt ! A Urge stock just receiver and for sale by . Jnne7 - . . ). II. KVOX. JOflft & y. AU.GHAN, 1 . '(SUCCESSOR TO S. A. r.OCIU RT Wliolesuie A Ilctuii Ittatiurnrtiii-cr 'of Tiii, Kli4Mr0ir, CopiwHiWT Bras Wnres, una Dealer In " Cooking and Warming Kiovtt?, of every vnii ety and pattern, ' , Cnwtlnx : .,.; l'u;ij, Strut . Kefirs !! f ids. CofliiC .tKHi, Wagon Boxes, And in fuuf evt-iy vurioty of tho above des cription of iiricles, which will be manufac tured t" i d r on the shortest notice. Ro pairing, Tloofin,.f i utterinfj, &c, will be done iipou moderate terms. Having invested my entire cnpitol in the piirchnfe of the estnblinh in nt forn or'y owned, by S. A, Loekhnrt, I will be compelled to do u Cash BiisIiicmsj, thereby givintr belter bargains than a n be (riven upon the credit sysiem. All nccounts di e when made. Having hnd four years ex perience in the business, hone, and believe, liy clo-m opplii'uiion. to merit and receive a librrnl share of public palronnpe, fully nssur ed thot I can nnd will rive entire sa iffai'tion. Winchester, Sep'. 19, 'GO tf J. F. V. TO THIS PUBLIC. FROM the nbove it will bo seen that 1 have disposed of my emu establishment to Mr. John F. Vunghan, who is fully capable, willing and ftompelenl to discharge the duties ino'unbent upon u proprietor, nnd I earnestly solicit for him the confidence and support of ail my former patrons, and as uviny new ones as may find it to their interest to extend him a helping hand. All those indebted to me either by note.or account are notified nnd requested to come forward and make' iminediatp settle ment. I hope iho propriety of this will be recognized, and that thny will como instantly forward without puUinsr mo to the necessity of placing their accounts in the bunds of on officer. sa'l my sochl nnd business ties will soon close with this community, per Imps forever, and as I intend to make my home in a new community. I return my heartfelt thanks to those who hnve been si kind in encourag ing rny efforts, and rendering themselves FBir.NDj iPf:F.D, by fuvorinir. me with their putronngp. and performing sundry other little kindesscs that will always be remembered with feelings of pjitlu and ntisfaction. SAM'I. A. LOCKIIART. September, 19, 'ofl-tf niAUSHAis salt:. BV virtue of a ilenree of the Circuit Court of the United States for tlin Middle District ofTcnnessee, sitting in Chancery, which decree was rendered on the 4th doy nf May 1850, in a cnuse pending in said Court, wherein Caleb W. Hallowcll and Morris L. Hnllowell were complnin ants, and the Winchester Alabama Rail- road company, and John Fri.zell were defcmlnnta. 1 will expose to sale at ! . e i . catith hi the town of v nicnestcr, on AilJlv V", the ltllh day of October, 1850, on fa credit of 0, 12, and 38 months, all the j right, title, claim and interest of tlicsaid Winchester and Alabama Railroad com pany and of John Frizzoll, in and to the o owin? i escribed tract o lamJ. lvina in tne COUnty of Franklin, near tho town of WTinchester, and bounded as follows: Beiinnine at a hickory sprout, Spvkcr's coiner, standing on the East-side of the Railroad lead i n tr from Winchester lo iIuntsvile thcnce B,0?1, s.,;,i r08)1 : pol,;8 to a street, to JJr. Tannor's line, thence with said lino near the Orave Yard, thence with the line or linos of to line running South 31 degrees East, to Sladder's old line thence with bis line to several Post Oaks, tliuiico Souili at doirees, East' einht iiolcs to a s-ioa Black Jack, thence North 30 degrees West to n.,Stako near another corner of said Spykcr, thence with his line ornenr ly so, 120 poles to the beginning, con taining liltvetght acres, more or loss, ex cepting four ami half acres not intended to ho sold. It being the same tract of The said Tract of Land will be sold to sntisfy said decree, without tho mht of redemption. The purchaser will be re quired to give notes payable in Bank with good endorsers, and a lien retained on the premises, until the whole of the purchase money is paid. J. B. CLEMENTS. U. S. Marshal for the Middle District of Tennessee. SeptlO tf Land Sale. On the 1st Monday in November, 1850, at the Court-house door in Winchester, I will otfer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, the following tracts of parcels of lanJ lying nnd being in Franklin county, Tcnne.-see. in Dis'rict JVo. 15, on the waters of Big Hurri cane creek. Said land adjoins the lands 0'' J. W. Egierton, W. II. Anthony, Tho. Wil liams and others; contains seventy-three acros more or less to be sold as the property of Hiram Cloxton to satisfy an order of sale m my .ninds in tavor ot Kunnels & Co. L. W. GONCE, SherifT. Sept 13, 1856. Circuit Court, Franklin County, Tenn. Win. B. Buckner and Rich-1 mond T. Buckner, adm'r of I Petition to allot John Buckner and others 1 1 dower, divide VS. slaves and sell Eleanor Caroline, Nancy land. Eva line, Mary Catharine, and Sarah Wilson Buckner. At the office of the Clerk & Master of the Circuit Couit of Franklin County, Tenn., on the 9th day of September, 1S50. On motion of complainants, by their counsel iri the above cause, and it appearing to the natisfaction of tne Clerk & Master that the said defendants, Eleanor Caroline, Nancy Evaline, Mary Cath arine, and Sarah Wilson Buckner are non residents of the State of Tennessee so that the ordinary process of this Co'firt cannot be served on them; It is thereforo ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks in the Winchester Weekly Appeal," a news paper published in the town of Winchester, franklin County, Xennessee, requiring said non-resident defendant (6 appear at the next term of the Circuit Court for said county of Franklin on the 4th Monday in November', 1950, and plead answer or demur to said Peti tion, or the" same wilt be t-iken for confessed astoshem. and set for hearing; czriRTr; K?pt. 13 u N. FRIZZET.L, C. & V, - I . "EXCELSrOItV. C 0 E N A'N ' t 0 B k 1 jfj 1 1 ! TllK FARMING COMMUNITY, Imvinjrt. hVccmio gonornlly cohvihcod of the jrVeat ud vantage of grindinir Corn and Cob for !Wk, the only question to be considered is which is the best Mill for the purpose? In all the en st iron Mills heretofore otlbred, a very seri ous objection has existed, a wantof durability, or liability goon to wear out. In the "Excel sior" that objection is removed: The enndinjr l c.r..-. ut.r..i. nni.M i;..m n ivfluK t out. consistsof riiurs and casta aeoaraie from the mill, and when worn out can be removed nilrr,lrp,lnf1.,wt,,ftir..,l.,ilrn. Thi mill is strong, simple in construction, easily put up, and can he moved from place to place . ' ' -" i without dilliculty, and will crush 13 bushels per.- hour ofcoan and cob for stock, an ! grind meal for family use. The "Excelsior" whs awarded the highest premium ut the great tri al ot Agricuituial Inipieinents in JNusiivilloon i the 4th. Tub and Oil, of June. 185(3. nnd in a i contest with.be Improved "Little Giant" in i MB,vilin. A,.m,.t!t i,h ir.R. th....Pvf.i',f,rl was awarded a silver cup. This Mill is fur nished all complete with two pairs of grind ing rings w hich nmkesit equal to two mills, at the low price nf fifty dollars. This Mill stands upon legs, is put up in a short time by any ordinary farm hand, and unlike all other Corn Crushers discharges the meal from one point directly into a half bushel. ; Persons wanting-the above Mill, or wishing to pur chase County Rights will please address the undersigned, and obtain a circular with, full information. JAMES C. DALDWLW &. CO., 27. Col lege Street, Sept. 0 Om. Nashville, Tenn. AinilXISTItATOirS SALE, Va.iiab.'j'rnctof Land; nnd Svii Likely ,V-niis nnd oilier 1'i op rrty to -e Sold. On the first Mondav of November. 1850 before the door of the court house in Win- ciiestcr, Tenn., I will sell at public salo to the highest bidder, on a credit of one year, the purchaser giving bond with good and approved security to secure the payment of tho purchase money, seven likely negros, viz: Anna, n;n:d tib.'Ut thirty -nine years, and bur child Francis, ned about six months; Dick, ai;cl about thirty -seven years, u fair boot and shoe maker; Richard. H;ed about eighteen years, a fo l coarse shoe maker; Austin, ujied aboi.i, ihirty-two years, a pretty fair and han.ly ineflianic about a farm; Uaibee, ncd about eighteen years, u field band; Doctor lluckor, aged about thiiti an years, a house boy. And at the s:me time nnd dnee I will sell at public sale to tho Inch est bidder upon a credit of one, two ami three ycar the purchaser "ivni" bond and Cbod and opprove.1 ' Pecurily, and a lie. Sotainod on tho land to sco re the jnvnipnt of the purchase inoncv tb-reo- S tnKftldiStlo 'unrX in Tennc3ei', on Elk river, and about one hundred ami fifty yards M tho noor - est point fioru the bridge of the .Nashville and Chattanooga Kailrond, at Alisonia, ,.,.,,t;i r, n, Uv circov or,1: ,i,-r.. v,aii,., same more or less. This is the same irnct nf whirl, W'illiniii Dunriin r!7(.1 seized and possessed, and it is remarka ble for its beauty, fertility ami lienlih, and its charm in 4 and ncer -failing Spring of free-stone Water. The fences ( fin bit ro ma bi and arraniTi' l n.s to fumi-di water I. r stock in every field of the tract. The grave-yard of the family, situated upon tfu tract, and about forty feel square, will be exceptc 1 from the sale. And at the sainu tisin and place, and upon the same terms. 1 will sell a small ractol Land, lying West ol tho mouth ol Ro k Cre-sk, and across the fiver from the above described tract, and nbout n mile from the nearest point thero mi. 1 n .viouurv, uie z ;n 01 ppiem her, 1850, iU the lute residence of Mrs. Siirah D;inciin on tho tract above describ ed. I will sell at public sale to tin: high est bidder, upon a credit of one year, the purchaser idviitT bond and good and ap proved secuniy, to sue uro the payment o ; the purchase money, the residua of the! pcrsf mil estate of William Duncan, de-j co:isc.l, c-msis.tin? of horses, farming men- i sils, cattle, &c, cVc. 'I'l ..i 1- 1... .. . ' power vested in me by the will of Wil liam Duncan, deceased. J. G. McCUTCHEOiW Adm'r th bonis nan with . the will an nexed, of William Duncan, deceased. Sept. 0, 1850 tds EXECUTOR'S SALK OF LANDS! By vir i of iho will of John Turner, dc- cense I, f. it. J I'lirne,-, Executor ol'said will, will, on ! lir-t ,Mondav in October next, at Alonday in October next, at door in the townof Winches - the court ioiinu icr. FranHin Cmmty, Tenn., sell to the hie;h- est bidder, cn u credit of one and two years, all the Jniid that said John Turner died seiz ed and possessed of, as follows, to wilt illE HOMESTEAD, consisting of SOU acres, with good buildings, goou orcimriH and tne nesi or water. lnis tract, if thought advisable by the Executor, will bo divided into two or moro tracts. ! There will be several Lots laid otf adjoining the town of Winbhester, for sale. Also, a tract of Wood-Land, otl the North side of Elk river, of about 1,000 acres. This tract has fine timber upon it, and will be di vided into a nut, bcr of small tracts before the' gae I Also a tract of 150 acres, on the South side' ofElk river, on which Judith Oakley has lived for several years. . ' - Also 187J acres on Cumberland Mountain, ' and 100 acres lying on Brumbalo Creek, near me line 01 onee county. TER .MS OF SALE. Persons purchasing will be required to give bind with approved security, and a Jien will uu rniuuieu mi mu ijiinua umii lilt; JUrciiaao III V i J U pUIUl A bi-ticr chancefor investment In rcaf es tate does not olten occur. - - - These Lands will be shown to any -one de sirous purchasing. . - R, J. TURNER, Executor or Juhn Turner, dee'd.' Sept 6, '50 3t, c : . Flour t Flour 1 Large lot just received rind for sale by :v J.H.KNOX.- FOR SALE. A- good otie-horeb Csrri- of every kind, vrinted 00 fine paper, and for ago four.neate,.Arply arthis office.' - ' jfs ti. SI- M fjtjire. easiest tU Appeal ' , smg2 (tr,s' ; Am -iJuffie?- IHna' fvtttiai 'inV"Vp;ifertvH. waiuavte. Mrrope.rli:.; I wish to jell n.y knd, of aHout ova nunureii BoreH,, locaien lour .rquei nml a Jmlr from Deohrd Depot, Frnnitlirt Co., on the road to Hnckerville, Said lorid is woli timbered and watered there bein; thi ne or four, ncvor.failinjr vel'n of good water) be sides an excellent stock mini: tolerablv irood dwelling, wir) iho jiecessnry out-linusex; or' ""nwrninj a- goouir.m as can found in the county. ' J .. I. .1 '.. ... ' 1 ,. ,ho cl".red ' I'1'' ,ttf l' 21" ,? "l """ "m9' ,n1 'V, ? pUr? I UeS Tb '" PreK'lit CfOD Would be Mold, to- frothnp will, t.11 .1.-. -...-I. : ... .L- ...... ,,,, ull uln p.um uriuuif mif i( loo nr to jjiucc, conHiuii(T ot ogi, cattle, and slict'p. The land is in two trnct. and can be divided, if necessary,' to suit purchasers v TtRMs OuethirJ cu.hV and iho bu'.oncc in one uid ivVo years. . , ;, .... j, . . t a, U fi 'en' 7 . '-t' j. I r October . at in; reii- A LSO - ZT ft lPU6 ?u,.0 "W . '"-. i",oer wnn noiNeimia aim kitchen turftiture. If private sale for my land ami stock bo not had before ihen, I will sell thcui to the highest bidder on said dny. T1I0S. JI. WOODS. June 28, 10. UU NOTICE TO bl'TEA DENTS. John P. White, VS. - Original attachment Alfred Henderson, Peter S. Decherd. It appearing to mo in this caso that the defendants are non-residents of the State of Tennessee so that tin? o'rdinarv : mutes oi law cannoi ne served om u,em, itis thereforo considerod by me that all isfuction and to perfonn as stated. l!p;.rtv t further proceedings in thu case be stayed 'tfbo have Watches or Cocks rcn-. ' in ciaht months from this date, and that'the please send them ritj'n in iha he n.ay hnv plaintiff be required to make publication j evidonco of eiiffieirir,1. lysines, tnji.-.;i, . , in the Winchester Appeal, a weekly neWBj pernmnent location, which is liie inieuiron .i pnper, publish ed in the town of Winches-1 ter' Ieun: fr,1f six successive week?, so as to compel the uelenucnts to appearand answer the complaint ol the said John I'. White, or the same will be taken for ccn fesscd, and sr.t for hearing ex parlo as to them. Julv 28, 1856. JOHN T. SLATTER, J. P., Justice of the Peace. August 10, 1850Ow A DXINlSTlSATOirg hX le: OIS the 1st Monday of Novernber,185G, before the door of the Court House in ; Winchester, Tennessee, I will soil, at I'IKl.llJ. to the highest bidder, upon a credit of 12 ,,,,,,,1 , ,.i 1 , i I inoP hs, toe purchaser giving bond and good .security, a likely ne-M boy named llenry, about three yesrs. Also the un - divided half of a bay Stallion, named l-'enr?e. ounca ey v m. li. u. .viuse, d'?c, i and eor,:e W Sharp Esq., jointly. i On Friday, the lOth of October ,1856, ! Vl ,!iC h,, residence of Wni. 3, G. Muse, ! -V13,ni.a' 1 seM al Publ,c Salt;' 10 I - . 11 TIT r . 1 i 109 "!ne8t. Dl'lder' "P011 a cre(Jlt 0,12 "10r'tl,J. ino purchaser giv:ng bond with au"" u,ri n 'lJro0, secumy, me norses, ino cu i iw, ami time t n rtictes ot person, i i l property belonging toWm. B. G. Muse, J. v . JMAKi lM, A'l.-.i rwah the will annexed of W. B. G. Muse, dee'd Sept. TO, '?). Salt' of ,Y(groes; By viriue of ii decr c of tho Uci. Wiley Donsnn. J.ulgo nf the CoiiTi'y C urt of Frank lin county, pronounced on tho 4th of August, I'oli, in the cause of Win. C. Hnndly, adm'r of Hobcrcn idutlhows, dee'd, complainant, vs. L. L. Matthews, and ethers, defendants, will sell, at public sole to the highest bidder, boforo the door of the Court House in Win- . chnsur, Tennessee, onlho Sth of September, l'i, the following slaves, viz : Joe; llenrv; Charles; Dilceyj Lucinda and her child Geor- jf iuiin. Snid slaves will be sold upon a credit 1 aro disposed Can have a wide field for hunt nf t.velve nionihs, the purchaser giving' tiond I in?- There are at this time sufficient iin w.th g od nnd approveif sedurity. Said I provemnnts on the place to accomtnodute twi slaves ar-I, kely and desirable. j hundred boarders. The above sale is postponed to tho 1st I ALSO At same tiMe and place I will sell Monday of October. 1850. ns to the slaves ! 01,6 0l,,Rr .tr.act joininp above described Clinrlfi. I.,,,-!,.,!;,. ,,rl h,r rhilrlron n , . ,. .. i - 1 1 Ceorgcana u.id an in ant, on winch day SUIU Slaves Wll. lf SOICI in Bit Oilier res- peels as above advertised. W. C. HANJTLY, .Adm'r. n 11 '.'9 3w J'AMKS CAAlPBLvLL, Wit )l,i:sl II AND RKT.AIL UHOCBR, V; iirf:e,t'r, Tcnu., CC-NTINUli? the business formerly con ducted under the firm of James Campbell & Son, at thp old is: r.irl, where lie is prepared to accommodate custr iners. Ho is thankful for past patronage and very respectfully so licits n continuance. Call and examine his groceries beforo purchasing elsewhere. lie h;is now on hand, a fresh assortment ,iT Grocene, consistin? of all kinds of Smrar. Tea. Collce, Molasses, Flour, Bacon, a line , fresd lot nf Havana Cigars, Confectioneries, and everything usually kept in a Grocery Store. Call and examine. Winchester, August 'Si, 1353 tf. PHOTOGRAPHY. am now prepared to execute, in the best style of the ert, AUBHOTYFES, FlIOTOGBAPIIji, OR D A G V R II II E O T Y P E S , at my rooms, over Houghton & .Louth miller's drug store. . n., ... , , .i 1 .j.unuii-, ; . , Ambroiype 1 have recently intro - ud, and succeed for beyond my most sanguine expectations. They sre surely 8 great improveineu over the JJagueneo- type, both in beauty of appearance flnJ j lacinty 01 execution I Bring on your chihlren they can be taken before thevcan have timoto move, : Sotisfaction e . '. , Jjyffg ..1 :i7iniiiwvng J Y.J10CCHT0N, Winchester, Au. 10, 'COrtf. ' : 1 r r 'tmrocr vvvc 1 ' " 1 . ceivea a nne lot or . . ... . IiidUtKubltr,' Vai UoldeH, . ; dee'd. containing lwo"kcres,. more nMessfo with pen aiid pericill. 4 neat thinir, andpsr- be sold astha'property of Me-eribtrse losit ticularly nice for the ladies. Vour man: tj.iV nwun of In inV hsiid jn futot John ' do you .want to make S nice present I " i BLANKS I , - .- . Vi.I.'j ' - MCL . mi-;.;r: Rf"i e.':tfr'lv'.uiforiin tl.o cit i-cn: l.ii i'uhn'yi nnd the puL'-ic rl! ha just received u lafe s'. fc 1 boncht ,at ery ltw hck ii n , which Jjo wifl soli chru,- u j....Mii,,'' Thankful for past rntMnirrri' no n. solicits a cont.iiiUniice.ol' .' sn':ic; I ' I ! examine hi CiCtEAT fci. ,;.'.:'; Dry Gcodj, ConfectlotJirfi Ti. vailcties OCT. IIon'ic'riiale rlfrtli, &,;.!, JLc, in vxchaiigo for cheap diyp.ou , s lo U tdtf my uiliilii.ii , To my GooJi i(,nUi I fall . ',(,:!. i Junt7 ly A. h WATCHES, u r v j &w j, m.'t. ...-.4 a. . OV ALL lU.t, , ARE NOW REiWWEi) j i South-west Bide of the Squsire, j - j ri " - j the Appeal Oflice. ' WINCHESTER. TKNECSt'. In a manner not suYpasted in Mwdivdle, o-; i : her d ace. All u-n.k ,,.. t.iit,l f H'Ver' ajou i cjaii uu To those who valne lieir Sijh We would 6ay: If you find vour evo-rrKlit failing, or if you use spcctuclt;, &t. iuitdeio.' availing yourselves of the opport up ly of pro curing a pair of the .jusily celcbioted IJraziliian I'eLble Upcctutlb, adapted to vour eye, and selected by u or son who un'erataiiRti the business. Thry dc not tire the eye when reading and vi!!p c serve vision uniinpuir'ed for years longer xV.cn any other glass if properly sok-ctto to tiif. eye. There is no straining of lhe eje uuirig them, as in most other apeti'des. T'i" shape of the surtare, (concavo c iive. , large size and the fineness as.d clear ess of "'"k"? are ir'R con,'f V1" ? "" other glasses posses, and which i':i,.'.r iicoi st)DPrirr (0 uTotherS. Many pe.suns .nipht hnve gO0(l eve-sight for ten or fifteen rears . longer by us.ng theSe glnsf; thm the "com rrion fflnses wh:'ch ii( the end often do nicro l H.T. ' norm man goou. numrous tcaumoniaib can be produced frorn the best Citizens of f" ! GILDFRSr FFVP ' . Jt; J; GDEKEEVE,- Sonth-East cornerof the Nju.- I THE WINCHESTER &PJF.IKGE3 ran sale. By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court term, A. T. 150, in the Thom'.ia biit.it i Adin'r. of L. V. Sims, and versus lbe he.;rs and creditors uf said ims,' I will en first Mnr.uny in Novoinber next, before tho court Louse door in Winchester, Tenn., sell on a credit of one anif two years, a triet of laud cf fil.y I'our acres, on which is situated the Wincbn- iter springs, tormerty Kept Dyi,. v. sini.?,tivo 1 . 1 ... . ...... 1 .... iniics Aonnwesi 01 wincnesier, ana lour miles South of the Nashville & Chat tanoog i Railroad. This conld be made the niwta' tractive watering place in Tennessee ea- ot access from nil the bouth ond?nuthv,e?. There are in abundance White and Ked Sul phur, Clialybcate, Free aiid Liniestoue Wt ter situa'eil within a ruile and a quarter of Elk Ittver, which abounds in fish, and ci-ii-cially the trout, aflording amusement to a ma jority of those attending watering place; ju.-t on t,ie e"Se ' ,ne barrens, where thote wh trnct containing one hundred and sixteen .acres. A;,o, one otl hunjri!dand 8exentv A;o, one other tract containing two acres. Also, one other lrnr, nnntfiinincf nn hnnHr n,ttl,rB n,r6. the deeds for which will be shown on day of sale. I will, atfa.ft.': timfl, sell oa'n criidito'f twelve mouths, hat is called the Ward tracts, ono coiitf, fning ten and the other twwniy acres. Also, a small tract, called the Aldrich tract. Also a tract of land in Grundy county, talk! the Oorge Floyd tract. Thedee'ds" ui'id bounds arics to all of soid lands wifl be !tovinon d&y of sale. The purchasers will be required t ' give bond and good security and a lieu re?a:n od cn tho land unld purchase muncy ,?';ft 11L. ntANCTJ. C. & ?J. Sept. 0, ISoil Ids A SVtXMXU FACTO MY 1 A.:D WOO I. CARDISCi JIACIII.Vr; I'Oll SALE. By virtue of a decree of tho Chancery Court at Winclicsier, pronounced August term A. D. 1550. in the case Chester Lassell, vs. M ...... !.... v. . -1. 1 n, ) - iinrocivr ul. oiiiiuiuiis ob . BJ9. mm .Tj.j eiuy x Simmons vs. Lajiell and others; and 6. L. Rup1Iv.M I will, on the ISth dayof October next, bel'oro the court house doir in Winchester, sell for ready cash, a tract of land lying iu Franklin county, containing sixty acres, and bounded Souili by the lauds of Jeter Simmons. , on 1C ,esl(kby tiflf''Vi'' 'on the North and hut by the lands of W. ".hinirt Kich nUJoiiffStovt.il. upon wtiicA is gjtuttted a Cotton Spinning factory and Wool 1 Carding .Machine. Persons wishing t see tbe latnls and machinery will please cad on Thos. F. Wobeley nr ar Salern. J : FRANCIS, C. ii At. fp'- C, loO Us Land Kale. ' ll,e lModay if Noemb.rrlW0. at ine vouri-nouse unor,, in inciieaier, 1 win for ..!e , ,t1B hiirhMt bidder for coh. i (he followinff tract or parcel of land lyiojj hnd being in Fmaklin county, Tennewe'', in fc - , a . . " . . . civil disltict, o. IV, on the waterj 01 big 6 .,., r ......--. w.u:.- r.t.i.- j j. Crabtrer. L. W. OONCL, Sonl TH -1, .11 . - f',r w 'IT.! . CIQARS a&A Tqhaf ev(i frtshfot jualf;: cfivtd by ' J. I . J.M04. . Auj.