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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 5 July 1856

l J I THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY " A P P E A l" A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MGC1LVNISH, EDUCATION -INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 185G. NUMBER 21. lif$0iiifl)fsierenl IS PUBLISHED WEEKLV BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM, J. BLATTER TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . TWKLVB MONTHS, $ a oo 3 CO 3 OO INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con trary, are considered as wishing to continue tLcir sub' script ions. 11 subscribers order the discontinuenco of their papers, the publisher may continue to send thcin until til arreara ges are paid. If subscribers remove toother places without informing the publisher, and the paper is ont to the former direction, tlicy are held responsible. Nkwspapku Law. To Postmasters. Post Masters are responsibl...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 5 July 1856

LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. $$5 FOR PRESIDENT $M MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW VORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. WINCHESTER; SATURDAY, JULY 6TH, 1850. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, IOtt THE STATE, Hon. NEILL S. BROWN, of DnvMson. HORACE MAYNAR1), of Knox. FOR THE DISTRICTS, 1st Dlst.-N. R. TAYI.OII, of Curler, Shi. " MOSIiS WIIITB, of Kno.v. 3d. " HKKsKlt. HIIAISOS. of Ifdiriiltoi). 4th. " W. 1'. IllCKKIiSON, uf Coffee, nth. " KOJIT. H ITTO.V, of Wilson. 6th. " W. II. WJSKNKR, oriinlforil. 7th. " f. C. CKOWK of Giles, f.th. " J. M, QUA Itl.RS, of .UontROmcry. Oth, " ISAAC . HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10th. " J H. It. MOSliY, of Fayette. The Contrast. uuchanas. nM.Mona 1810. Mr. Buch anan recognizes the right of Congress to exclude slavery from territories, anrl recommends it in tho Missouri Com promise. 1820. Mr. Buch anan declared sla very to be a great moral ond political evil, and tlionkcd Cod that lie was born in a free State. 1844. Mr. Buch 1838...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 5 July 1856

'jjf'Eliiifjfijir5lijifnl IS rUBMSHED WE13KLV BY GEO. E. TURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. JN APVANCE J J 00 WITHIN MX MONTHS, j 80 TWKLVJS MONTHS 8 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $i5 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. There will be divine service at the Jlcthodist Church this morning at half past 10 o'clock. Preaching will con tinue for several days. A Certain Remedy for tug Potato Bug. As this insect is becoming trou blesome in many places, whatever pro poses to destroy them should command the consideration of the public. Dr. II. G. Blanton, of Salem, assures us that lime sifted over the potato vine tyhett wet with the morning dews, will 'entirely destroy or drive away this des 'tructive plague. It is a cheap exper iment, and the suggestion coming from the Dr. deserves a trial. V. W. Nunneley, at McMinnville, presents tho claims of his hotel to tho traveling public, and respectfully so licits a liberal patronage. Having the pleasure of an acquaintance with this gentl...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 5 July 1856

I , .1 1,1 LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER; SATURDAY, JULY CTII, 1850. jriiss Swectbrler's Courtship. A BALLAD. There stood, wlien happened some summers ago The events of tho following story, A largo stone hotel, as many folks know, At the ciul of Nalmnl's promontory; Ami when they could'nt endure the boat Then all tho world and his daughter, Some of whom aro 'cl'ito,' but some very effete Would start for tho salt sea water. What bevies of feminine beauties rare, Such as seen in a poet's droum are, Going down to Nahant for the bracing air, Have 1 seen in that little steamer; And I thought itawaroof its precious freight And endowed with human sonsation, Tor every p'ank seemed very elate And gave an extra vibration. Now of all tho charmers who visited there, To look at tho broad Atluntic, A few years since, was one who was fair, Surpassingly fair, and romantic: But as tho story that I shall tell Is a very veracious history, Tlio nomo of "la plusbcllo des belles" t Must remain forev...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 12 July 1856

THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY APPEAL. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECiTANISM, EDUCATION- INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 185G. NUMBER 22, IS PUBLISHED WEEKLV BY GEO- E. PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. "terms of subscription. IS ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS, TWELVE MONTHS, t S 00 2 CO 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con trary, are eousldered as wishing to continue their sub' ''ll 'subscribers order the iliscontinuence of their papers, the publisher may continue to send tlicin until all an cara- IfYuhscrihers remove to other places without Informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the furmer direction, they are held responsible. Nbwspai-hii Law, To Postmaster. Post Masters are responsible for the subscription of a newspaper or magazine as Io...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 12 July 1856

LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMOHE, or NEW VOHK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, TOR THE STATE, How. NEILLS. BROWN, of Davidson. IIOIUCE MAYNARD, of Knox. FOR THE DISTRICTS, tit Dlm.-N. 0. TAYLOR, of Carter. Sd. " MOSES WIIITK, of Knox. 3d. " HUESKH. HltAHSON. or IliiiiJUon. th. ' W. P. 1IICK.KKK0.V, of Coffee. 6th. " ItOHT. HATTON, of WIUoii. th. " W. II, WlSKNEIt, of Iledford. 1th. " C. C. CKOWE. of Giles. 6th. " J. M, QtMIILES, of JWontsomerjr. Oth, " JSAAC R. HAWKINS, of Carroll. lOtti. " J )?. R. M0S1IV, of Fayette. WINCHESTER: SATURDAY, JULY 12TII, 1850. THE CICIE LET TEH. As this letter has never been analy- zed, and believing there is nothing ob jectionable in the position assumed by Mr. Fillmore in the letter, we feel that it is nothing but right to examine it ac cording to the true construction which the language of it admits. It is some what surprising that some defence has never...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 12 July 1856

IS rUBLISIIBD WEUKLV BY nTETPURVIS AND VVM. J. SLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . . a l-WULVU MONTHS,. $2 00 S 60 t 00 INDUCEMENTS TO' CLUBS. S copies 85 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Death of Hon. J. W. Carter. This estimable gentleman died at his residence in this place yesterday mor ning about O o'clock. His loss will be severely felt by this community, but by no one more than his distressed la dy. We tender our sympathies, and those of the whole community. Mr. Carter has filled his seat in the State Senate for two terms, and was our representative at the last session. He had also attained eminence as a ju rist. His friends and acquaintances are requested to attend his funeral services at his late residence, by Rev. A. J. Baird, this morning at half past 7 o'clock. He will be interred at the burial ground of Mrs. Sharp, near this place, with the ceremonies of the Masonic order. Refreshing. A. Jourdan has some of the finest o...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 12 July 1856

LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT And I havcsocn young women, too, who have bound themselves by a giU ded chain to u ponderous ball. AVhon 1 seo a young woman, bright in all the loveliness of virgin prime, spending her timo and consuming her intellect in chasing the fictions of the novel or mo tollies ot the romance, oh found itself out of placo in our ranks. An address to the people of the Uni ted States was also adopted, and the following resolutions in addition to the above: Waefbas, A IVational Club for the city of New York was formed for the MILLARD FILLMORE ?ar J,855' and ft nian b tho narno of how ffhd,y MOUltl 1 ha- uo chain or new vo7K Vun UlPpr Wfts elcctcd for tho time which binds her to the ball! OF KLW YORK, tininnr iti lWuMnnt. (.nl 71 T . . FOR VICE PRESIDENT. XV.. - Z A. , "',.. c . " . Af.CI)?.Vg mi?" ro AND'W J. DONELSON, lub' ,ngi,l8t"allthe wartJsin tllc shoul(1 bc a Httlo paradise of bliss, and or Tennessee. i J i "" uiru.iuiiig- me...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 19 July 1856

THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY AI 3 D A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Mm, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATIONINDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS VOLUME 1, WINCHESTER, TENN,, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1850. E AL jifSittrlifskMl IS rUBUSHED WEEKLY BY GEOE. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER.' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. S ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . TWELVE MONTHS, 8 a oo t so I oo INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies 15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con trary, are considered as wishing to continue their sub icriptions. If subscribers order the discontinuance of thnlr rapers, the pub'isher may continue to send them until all arreara ges are paid. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. Nkwspai'eh Law. To Postmasters. Post Masters are responsible fcr the subscription of a new...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 19 July 1856

jlr$niri0f?r$ijmu LEWI3 METCALFE, EDITOR. winchest.l:k: SATURDAY, JUlVioTII," IfifiO. nvnanwrnmi NATIONAL AMERICAN7 TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FJf.LMOUE, OF NEW VOIIK, rnn vice riii-siin:NT. ANirWJ. PONELSON, OK Tr.NNKSSr.F.. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, tor Tin: statu, Hon-. NEILLS. BROWN, of Davidson. HORACE MAYNARD, of Knox. FOB T1IU DISTRICTS, Jit IHhI.-N. . TAYI.OII, of C&ilpr. 21. " MOSItt WIDTH, of Knox, wl. " KKKSHIl. HHAIISOJf. of Jf.iiiiiltnn. 1th. " W. P. IIICKKHS'ON, of Coffee, fill. liOHT. HATTOM, of Wilson. Clli. ' W. It. WISRNKR, of lidford. Tih. " f.CCKOWK. of Giles, mil. " J. M, QUAHMiS, of Montfiomcry. 0!h, " IKAACR. HAWKINS, of Carroll. JOth. " 1 )H. II. MOSHV, of 1'uyelte. OBITIAltV. We had hardly limn in last week's issue to notice briefly the death of Hon. J s. W. Cartcr before our paper went to press, but being intimately acquain ted wilh him for several venrs, we feel flic loss of a friend still pressing sadly upon in, and which calls for something more ...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 19 July 1856

fopil IS 1'UULiailF.P WBHIUA IIV SojTpUR VIS AND WrTsuffE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. N ADVANCE v J200 WITHIN SIX MONTHS, 8 &0 . TWELVK MONTHS, 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLl'DS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; copies 20 00. Winchester Female Academy. Tho attention of our readers is call cltoan advertisement in this morn ing's paper of an examination ol the pupils of the above Institute. We would like to sec everybody tlicrc. Encouragement should always be giv en to education, and nothing is more cheering to both teachers and pupils than to sec tho patrons and friends of education manifest interest in their examination. We bespeak quite an entertainment to all who have a taste for literary pursuits. As the Democratic party in this county arc without an organ, -wo ten der them our columns for the publica tion of calls for public meetings, speak ing, &c, and such printing as may be deemed necessary to make their move ments public. Wc do this from the fact that wc are supp...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 19 July 1856

iliiiifjfsffr i ii ii nil LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WINailESTEIt: SATURDAY, jVly'iOTH, l50. From llii! .New OricmiH lii'lln. ill It. Jil IIAIVA M FOS1TIOJV OS the slavery ti estion. On tlio 27 tti of December, lb37, Mr. Calhoun f-uljiniltcl to ihe Sonn'u tlmt relelirated Kurius of resolutions tlio grcnt ohjocts of which were to r-c.t forth with pruc'iMO.'i mil force tin; constituliontil rights of the ."I jvchol liii' Sunns; nnd to attract to their support nn enlightened jin'ilic opinion ageing tlio attacks of Northern fanaticism. Tlio second roso- liuion va.s in tli:!Si: wor ls: Lallioun a Vior!, voluni'j 8, pau 140 : 'Resolved, Thai in delegating a por tion of their power to In; exercised ly tlio Federal (iovernnjont, the .Stales retained, severally, the exclusivo and sole rii;ht over their own domestic institution nnd police, an 1 arc alone responsible for ihein, and that any intermeddling of any one or more Slates or a combination of their citizens, with the domestic institti lions...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 26 July 1856

THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY APPEAL. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER -DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATfON" INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS, VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, JULY 2G, 185G. NUMBER 24 SOPHIA NORTON'S WAY OP HEADING A CONSPIRACY AGAINST HER rEACE, BY GRACE GREENWOOD. The sex to which I have the honor of belonging, has, from timo immemorial, been accused of being poculiarly subject to that compound of love and hate, of fol ly and fury that Lear of passions, the weak, mad dupe of his own creations Jealousy. In the name of the sisterhood, I deny the charge, I fling it back on our accusers; for the lordly sex it is, who yield to the 'green-eyed monster' the most loy al and ready obedience. Does any one doubt the truth of this position? let him eeat himself, with becoming resignation, listen to my proof, and riso up convinced. A rare girl was my schoolmate, Sophie Norton, a charming, beautiful riddle. She was a blonde, of the most...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 26 July 1856

l)eliiirj)5ffrfnl LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. W I NCHKST.K U : SATURDAY, JULY 2GTH, 1850. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR VR ESI DENT MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW VORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. ElECfORAL TICI(Et7 roa TIIH STATU, Hon. NE1LLS. DROWN, of Davidson. HORACE iMAYMARJ), of Knox. IOn THE IMSTRKTS, 1't iiist.-x. f;, TAVi.on.ort mirr. 5.1. " MOSHS WIIITK, of Kimiv. Sit. " IfKKKKH. llHAIISON. r II nullum. it 1 1. " w. i inciu'.RsiiN. cii t fiiric. f.lli. " KOIIT. II UION', of WilK.in. Mil. " W. If, WlS'KNKIf, ill lYilfuiil. 7lli. 11 V. f. OI.'OWK. of fiilcs. Rlh. " J. M. QU. HM'N, f ) f .Monl "oiiipi-'. ntii, " Isaac: H. iiawkins, m Cun oil. Mill, " J'lH. fl. MOSIiY, of l;J'Hlo. A I( H' ruhlh-.'if ion. "Retribution A Tale of Pnssion," is tit c title of n new work 1 y Mrs. K. D E. N. Soiitliworth, now in press, mid will be ready for side ICili of August. It will lie comjilulo in one larirc duodecimo vol ume; nently hound in cloth for otio dol hi r and twenty fi...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 26 July 1856

is runumiED wcuklv uv 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 bo...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 26 July 1856

tiiirjjesf(ireril IS PL'BUSIIJJD WEEKLY DY fJIiO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. TZIIIIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IS ADVA NCR WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . . " TWKLVJS MONTHS,. 3 2 00 2 00 3 00 IXI)i;CKMENTS TO CM'ItS. A oopies ij'j 00; 10 copies I 00; 00. .) OOjllCS a ill); 10 eo-pies 20 Responsibilities of Subscribers. f iili(,ril'orH who do irit plvn e.vprcps notice to thu con Inn y, iirci consi-u-rcd M withing to continue their tub- v.f 1 1 1 I ;.ni If il--r.rilmrs orilnr the. (liscoritiniicnrn of tholr lorwm, tin: i"ib is,! r uiii)' cuntinun to semi Itiuin until atl nrrcura. C" urn pniil. 1 s-ilwrrihers rmnnvn toother p-lacim without Informing the .iiMislinr, mill the nin:r is sent tu the (iiruinr dii'cctiun, tiny arc held reionsilil(!. Nhwm'ai'kh Law. To I'osliimxter. 105 1 Musters arn rnfponsililo for thn nnliHrriptlon of a iii'W;.iiier or mntfazhiR ns Ioiik lis tlmy ullow it to he ro. oived ut their ollic c, when it is iinr.ullinl for, or retimed hjr the luTHoii to whom It is directed. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 2 August 1856

; v, hi 1 5! ! ii . Jl II: ! A FAMILY NEWSPAPER-DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. ( t r I 11 VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 185G. NUMBER 25, THE WING HESTER WEEKLY APPEAL. . WritUn forth WlnchwtM AppwL SOLITAUY MUSIINGS. OK THE PAST.1'-1' ' ,! - There can be but few if any employ merits more gratifying t6 the enquiring 4Dd cultivated mind than to muse and meditate on the Past, to roam with the historic Muse through the annals of by gone ages, to take a retrospective view of tho actions and dispositions of man kind in every age. It is instructive to Jook back through the long vista of time, end behold man in ihe many different stages of his condition, both moral and intellectual. And to the enquiring mind it can be no less a pleasure than a source of the most useful instruction to unroll the mouldering record of ages and medi tate upon the pages of the history of knowledge....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 2 August 1856

&)e$inrjif5tprfnl if 1 ' 1 LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER; SATURDAY, AUGUST, '2ND. 1850, NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT $6 31" ELL Alt D FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE ritESIDHNT, AND'W J. DCXXELSON, OV TKNNF.SSEF,. "AMilCllSrTICKEr rort TUB ST en;, Hnv. N RILLS. BROWN, of Davidson. HORACE MAYNARD.of Knox. FOR Till! DISTRICTS, 1-1 l.m.-N. G. TAYI.OII.ol Carter.' W. " MOSlM WIIITB, of Km.v. Dil. " KKKSKH. HIMHSON. of Ihwiliiin. 4th. " W. 1'. IIIdiKKSO.N, of Colli', filh. " ItOIIT. IIA TTO.V, of Wilson, r.ih. " W. H, WISKXKH, of Hertford. Till. " (.'. C. CHOWK. of Oilen. filh. " J. M, QU.VItl.KS, of MontKOiiici V! Dili, IACH. HAWKINS, or rariull. I'Uli. " J IS. It. MOSIiV, of 1'iiyi'tt. THE srmitixft o, WI2.E IAY. At tho hour of eleven there was a large crowd ready and anxious to hear the debate, when Hon. Neill S. Brown led off in a speech of two hours, in his plainest argumentative, manner. lie took up old Ruck and presented his record from IftH down to tins presen...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 2 August 1856

IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY V GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, 82 9 60 JDD WITHIN 8IX MONTHS,-. . . TWELVB MONTHS,. . INDUCEMENTS TO CU'BS. ' 3 copies 85 00; 10 copies $15 00; 3 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. A CALL. , It is proposed by old lino whigs of Franklin county, who have novor nctcd with any othef party, to hold a Conven tion in Winchester on the 10th inst., for thepurposo of taking steps to preserve tho identity of the party, and to consider the course which duty points out in the pres ent party conflict. All such whigs ore invited to attend.' .'. '.' , OLD LINE WHIGS. M. & H. Nassaucr have on hand a very superior assortment of Boots, fino Calf Shoes, fashionable Cloth Gaiters, and a neat lot of Hats and Cops, all of which are offered cheap. . . . Tho next new volumes of Blackwood and the four British Reviews, commence us follows: The North British, May, 1R50. .. Edinburgh, July, " " London Quar. July, " Westminster, July, " And Blackwood, J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 2 August 1856

'(Ijpliiirjjfsfprljipl IS PUBLISH RD WEEKtV BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS TWELVE .MONTHS , , S3 0 2 60 i.3 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies its") 00; ' 10 copies $15 00; : copies 8 ()(); 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who dn not give express notice to the con trary, urn curmiiliTed s wishing to continue their ub ftcritimiK. IT aiiliT.rlhers r ino nisconiinuence nr inmr apcra, the pub ihIi'T may continue tofceiiil them until all arreara ge ro iaiit. IT mhrrlier remove to other places without Informing the publisher, awl the paper Ik cent to the former direction, tht'y are held rr-npoiwihle. Nkwsi'ai-kk Law. To Tost masters. Post .Masters are responsible for the subscription of a newspaper or rn.npr.ine lonir. as they allow it to be re ceive:! ul their ulli' e, when it is uncalled for, or refused by the person to whom It is directed. The rules of the De partment require that, a written note shall...

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