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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 9 August 1856

ha m.Timf, J &rmtmw-?Ktiii mi u '-iL'flMsgg . , . -nzinkrj .:r.T:rtT THE T AT E Sr: W r i? p 1 .Hi W 17 17 1T III Hi .1.1 n ! i rri( 'M. !S r A TT"u ITl A Tf XI 1L JL ..O X1L JU o A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL lNflillfiST.S, FOilEIUS AS!) DJ'lKil'li; N:v,7i, WKjm OTISI!, EmWERWEWOT ON' AJ.I. SWiH TO VOLUME 1. WlNCrilOSTISIt, TUNN.. SATURDAY, A I,' GUST y. ifcSG. SCICAPS ro THE CUItlOEW. The olil Whig Convention of Virgin ia held on tli o lGih inst., fully endorsed Mr. Fillmore, and forwarded to him a copy ofthe resolutions. This movement will give to the American party 10,000 more votes than it polled against ;:;zzard foot Wise; nnJ if many of thoso voter W3re given to him, it will not require much cyphering to show that the State of Virginia is lost to Buchanan,' At a recent meeting in Columbin, Ohio, tho New York Tribuno states that a number of prominent Democrats crane ... fVv.- li1! Ilmnr Tim Tri hn il fin.rj I that Fremont may lose Ohio if this prac tice sha...

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. — 9 August 1856

. I i : ! I .if. 1'! J i ' ; 3 F i ' f ; i' :: 1 '. ; t " '-'J -J'' 1 1 ; . 1 . . 4 . . :-i j r. m it, ; ! ' . ) Cl. ?slfrfol 1LPE, .EMTOa ilJST, UTIF, 1S5IJ. : k;ant Tin-iVi." VOHK, 'alvSlDriNT, . Mrs.-'KF,. :mki TICKET. :; statu, .Y"N, of Pavi I. on, ID, of Kim::. ISTIUC'IV, . M'ii.I.v, f Ki . i n! Ill 1 1 -" t J. ;, i,i c IV': : . i. :i. , .r i ! 'u ii. . I .Vni'l'.'iniir! y. ':s, of V. rp.il. , ls.yrllc. . t lj .1 .4 ft . J. 1 1 1110 VvliL'il the I'll- lofesscd lo believe, pOSs'lldl.' f lilljH!, the , : i igue and con npiion ii ! A-!::ii-..." -Arf-v. .'(Ill, nrhdiiior.-. tliL'll . cr w;w ii lime when .icMi ili.t ii ii y Midi . I III a' If HI!. I.- of J i 1 1"! 0 1 -1 r : 1 ill hdi. '.: In ih ' bur .1 i nst .Mr. Clay, wo f-ir tha jiurpo' i' ol ' i-. Fillmore, hut lo ting mi. I credubu's criilic parly, thai :VI! for il long lime made llli'lll belieVO l (. Oil " pl'l.feSS Ul hi cud A uit; i ; l-.'i 1 1 ' : in f-ny: If a man '.ig i : j ( i" i m , fin, I lie ever would believe i-ai.l...

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. — 9 August 1856

(!... m 1 ! Jo 1 ! A . . A. A ll J I IS I'l'UUtillHI) WKHKLV II V GEO. E. PURVIS AND WJJ. J. SLATTKIt. TEHM3 OP GUESCEIPTIOIi. IV ADVAXCK WITHIN SIX MONTHS tvhi.v:j MONTHS t 8 fin a oi iNiJircr.Mii.NT.s to n.n!. a copies 00; 10 copies $15 00; copies S 00; 15 copies 20 00. A AL1 lli.v. A. J. Haimj ?cffr iS'iV; A ponton of tlio linderonai oil having heard with much pleasuro your lucturo on lust Sunday nihl to the young moil of Winchester, tmd nil of us believ ing that a series of moral lectures would bo very beneficial to tlint class of society, take ll.o liberty, in this public manner, of requesting you, if it would not infringe, too much on your other enticements, to favor us with a eoursu of lectures of the above character, and luc U us yon deem npplicablo to tho Datura and habits of you n men. Wo believe that much of iho dci-liny of after 1 2 f o depends upon tlfo pioper direc tions of youth ful incl:r.:!tlois, tin ! there I'oro feel tho nccc.st.ity of the udvicy and admonition of...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 9 August 1856

so wnnav hy is ru&V'.-- p.fi'URVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN AliVAXU WITHIN SIX MONTH1? " TWi:l.VS MONTHS f JO 3 00 ISDrt.T.MI'.NTtf to eun.s. fl roping ,t: 00; 10 copies -Sl.p O.'l; j copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. nIioi-ViViUf jcs of S : Tv-r rilif !-. PithwIVrs wlii ill tint ft! vp ri'';s nr.ti'-n tn l)i ron tnrv, i.r cijii .i.lwi-I m wishing In continue 11 cir rub ccipt inn '. II f'i'i ci-iV-ii fn-li- Mil ili rrintiMii-ricn iif lln-tr nrioft, pn't ! '!it miy coiiliiiiif! to M'li'l Ihrin until a'l ftrriMta I"" it i i 1 . IT : o, -i-- i'if i'f'-Mv tn iitli" bri witli'int irrmiTii i, t , ''I'll full'', HI il til" Fiflinr i "fiit totlir liri;ir lli'CCliOl). iiy lire In-' I m;; iu';iljlt'. Nuwm'aio; '. Law. To t'O"' must' r . ' l'nM M. '.lirf! n -t ri'ipwiliti" fir tlm pnliscrl' lion off. If'-V-.tfU't- i.r nn"'!?,ilin lis Inn" ni Oiv iillnw it tn tin rr. c-i ,r 1 nt Mifir iiT.i'". when it i nnmlM 'ii'', nr n'T.,!"! Ij v I'm t.i.r.,,11 til wli'mi it i ilirort.? ...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 16 August 1856

'JJ.HB' , ' JgJfpr!!!?; THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY APPEAL. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATIONINDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1G, 185G. NUMBER 27. rr' ntoDUCTs or the states. Wheat, onts, rye, Indian corn, potatoes, hay and tobacco, are raised in every State and territory in iho Union. Barley raised in nil except Louisiana. Buckwheat raised in all except Louis iana and Florida. New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio and Wis consin do not raise rice. Tho States that do not raise rice, to gether with Maryland, Dclewaro and In- diana, do not raise cotton. Every State and territory except Iowa raises silk. Every State except Delewarc makes su gar. New York raises tho most barley, viz: 1,802,282 bushels. New York raises the most potatoes, viz: 27,907,55i bushels. New York raises the rffost hay, viz: 4, 595,030 tons. Ohio raises tho most wheat, vi...

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. — 16 August 1856

l)fSinrl)derail IEWI3 METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER: SATURDAY, AUGUST, 61TJI, 1850. "nATIOXAL AMERICAN TICKFX J$gJ FOR PRESIDENT gg MILL All D FILLMORE, OP NEW YORK, FOR VICE MESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, op te-i;ks6er. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, FOR THE STATE, Hon. NEILLS. BROWN, of Davidson. HORACE MAYNARD., of Kndx. FOR THE DISTRICTS, 1 nist.-N. C. T.WWn, of Cnrtor. 2d. " MOSB3 WIUTR. T KnM. 3d, " KEKSBH. HRAJiSON. of Hamilton. 4(h. " W. P. IIICKHIWON, of Colfcc. nth. " ROUT. rUTTON, f WllBOn. fith. " W. II. WISKNHIt, oriicdford. Itll." C. C. CHOWK. of Giles. 8th. " J. M, QtJARLES, or MnntRomnry. nth, " ISAAC R. HAWKINS, of Curroll. 10th. " JOS. II. MOSBY, of Fayette. Mr. Fillmoce, in his Rochester speech, declared that the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and the Nebraska-Kansas Bill is a "boon to tlte South." Now, it is .plain, if such is his opiuion, that ho givos the Southern construction to the bill, differing with Cass, Douglas, Geo. W. Jones, Gen. Pierce, &c, and think...

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. — 16 August 1856

5K5 13 FUBLIMHED WEEKLV BY EoTe. PURVIS AND WE J. SLATTER. EBMS OF STJBSCBIPTIOy. JN ADVANCE S 2 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 8 60 .i TWELVE MONTHS 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. llcv. A. J. Balrd's Reply. Yowno Gentlemen: Although unex pected, with much pleasure I recognize your polite and respectful call for a con tinuation of the lectures commenced last Sabbath night. It'will give me much pleasure to res pond, in my humble way, to your call.- You and your contemporaries stand upon the threshold of limitless boing, cheered by the brightness of life's morning. The burdens of Church and State must soon 'rest upon your shoulders. Be assiduous; enjoy all counsel, and every facility, and when God and your country call for you, you will not be too well qualified. Ere it is long, I will comply with your re quest. May I ever be ready to subscribe myself your humble servant, and friend ofyour best interest. A. J. BAIRD. Winchester, August ...

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. — 16 August 1856

f re. f !i if 1 i ! (i t 1 'I;; IV- L. Jr1 ! .. V .: .1 '', ol ,?: -jflil!fjlfSlfrM IS l'UDUSIIUU WEEKJ.V II Y GEf . E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SPATTER TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. in advance "within six .months, . . " tvi:i.v;: month;, J 2 5 CO 3 OD INIrtK'KMRNT.S TO fl.t.'BS. U copies .") 00; 10 copies $!." 00 f copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00, Responsibilities of Kulisci ibei s. Solivcrilmrs whoilo nut rlvo e.vpw notice to s con-tr.-iry, urn cunMilcrcl uh wishing to continue ll.eir i-uli Ml' III. lllllN. If siili'Tritmrs onlrr tlm (lisr.nii'innrnro of tlirlr mpi-rs inn I'M ii inmr nmycuiiuiiiif; loceiM mem man nil urn-am. lfH urn pud If s'ilicri tiers rnrnovo loetlir-r i-Ihcm vlllinnt informing ilif liilillslfr, mm tin' iinpor ix rnul to thr I'M im'r ilircrlmii they urc liciil rosi'iiKililt. Nkwhcavkii Law. To Postmaster. Post Vnftlcriinrn responsible for the fuitwciii'lifin of o lirwMii.ipor or hikmIii" ns. Inn'; ux tlwy nllow it In hi- ni ccivisl n t Ihoir ollice, wlion it in nncnllril !nr, o...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 23 August 1856

THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY APPEAL, A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION- INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS: VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 185G. NUMBER 28; Gen. Houston on the Presidency. Washington Citv, July 21, 1853. M? Dear Sin Your letter of the 27th of June ult., addressed to me at Huntsville, did not reach me until myar rival here. I thank you for your kind iontiments, and I assure you I recipro tate all that you have expressed. Any apology was unnecessary for addressing hie on political subjects, as they are now so interesting to the public as well as to individuals. I thank you for your views and suggestions, and will render mine with perfect freedom and fidelity. You say in speaking of yourself, that "having been reared almost beneath the shades of the Hermitage, and in every sense a democrat, I feel all the rever ence and confidence in the principles and integrity of the motives that ...

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. — 23 August 1856

ltinfjlf5terfnl LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHES TEH; SATURDAY," AUGUST, 23111), 1850, NATIOXAL AMERICAN TICKET. 3t FOR I1 RESIDENT urtr t a t) n t1 r r t tvitti t.1 OF NF.VV YOHK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, rOR THE STATU, Hon. NEILL S. BROWN, of Davidson HORACE MAYNARI), of Knox. FOn TUG DISTRICT:, 1st Pnt.-N. 0. TAYLOit, of Ciller.' 3.1. 1 4th. ' fith. ' CM). ' 7th. ' Hth. nth, i mil. MOSKS WIIITI uf Knox. KKIisKH. HRAHSON. nf Hamilton. W. P. 111CKEK.SON, of t'olTnn. HOHT. IIATTON, of Wilson. W. 11. WIKKNKR, r HeJfonl. C. C.CKOWK of Giles. J. Mi qtJAHLm, of .Montgomery, ISAAC n, HAWKINS, of Carroll. 3 ).. It. NOSHV, of ViiyUft. ivixciiiwtek an i its sciiooi-s. Our excellent schools will commence their respective sessions in a few weeks, an.! we confidently look for an increase or pupils. Tho character of the last war rants'it, ami is a strong appeal to parents lo give their children, of both fcxcs, an opportunity ofdeveloping tho...

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. — 23 August 1856

4)finrljpslerwl 18 rtlDLISIIED WKEK'LV BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IS ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS , . . i TWKLVK MONTHS,. ...... 8 2 3 60 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. '3 copies 5 copies 00; 10 copies $15 00; 00; 15 copies 20 00. Custom House In Nashville Tko announcement that an appropria tion for tho purchase of a cite and the erec tion ofa Custom House in Nashvillo has passed both Houses of Congress will bo hailed with gratification by every citizen of the State. Fortius, tho citizens of Nashville aro indebted to the indefatiga ble efforts of thoir attentive and able rep resentative, Zollicoffer, from whom the ed itors of the Patriot received the follow ing despatch last Monday; Washington, August 18, 1350. Eds. Patriot: Tho appropriation for the Nashville Custom House has passed both Houses the amount is $95,000, be 6idcs tho amount to purchase the site. F. K. ZOLLICOFFER. ' A Domoeratic exchange has tho follow ing: "The First. Mr. Buchanan is by traf...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 23 August 1856

ISinclpferSljijMtl IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IS' ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . ' TWKLVK MONTHS,. 8 4 3 SO 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. .1 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Fnbscri tiers who do not give express notico to the con trary, me considered mi wishing to continue their sub ncrii'tldiifl. If subscribers onlcr tlie dlnconlliiuencn of their apem, the puhisher may continue to semi thoin until til arreara. fifH are paid. If siir.rlhers rnmovo toother planes without Informing tho in Wisher, end the paper is Kent to the fumier direction, they are held rexponsiule. Nkwhi'ai'kii Law. To Postmasters. Post Masters are responsible for th subscription of t newspaper or inagnziiiR s InnR as they allow it to he re ceived at their olllcn, when it is uncalled (or, or refused hy Hie iiernon to whom It is directed. The rules of the lie Iiartiiient require Hint a written note sh...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 30 August 1856

THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY APPEAL. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION -INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS, VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1850. NUMBER 29. DEIVIOCIEATIC FAIUNESS. Tho following is clipped from tho Dcm ocrat, published Dt Iluntsville, Ala., os it serves to illustrato the disposition of somo democratic orators in tho discussion of party issues now beforo the people: Hcntsvillk, Aug. 18, 1850. Eds. Democrat: I obscrvo in you paper of the ltth inst. n list of appoint ments, made by tho Hon. W. L. Yancy, wlitch concludes as follows: "The Electors on the Know Nothing ticket for the State at large, or for tho dis trict in which I si. all speak, aro invited to a discussion of tho pending issues. 1 reserve the right to conclude." I am ready to meet Mr. Yancey at the times and places designated, but not upon the terms proposed. The right to conclude every day is an advantage I do not feel...

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. — 30 August 1856

LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WIN CHEST Eli; SATURDAY, aEbUST, noTII, 1850. NyfmALAMS TICKET. )Wi F011 PRESIDENT Mj2 MILLARD FILLMORE, op new vonic, FOIl VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. JX) NELSON, 01' IT.NNKSSr.K. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, ioa TUB STATU, ..n. N KILLS. BROWN, of Davidson, IIOKACI. MAYNARD.of Knox. VOU TUB MSTRICTS, 1 t 1H.--N. (J. TWI.OIt, of Ciller, 5 1 t M. " mi. " I'll. " Mil. " :'Ui, " 1H.K " M!i: KS WIIITK, (if Knot. HK'-ISKM. lilt UISON. n If million. V. 1'. IIN'KKIts'ON, of rndiT. noitr. u v mix, or wv.mn. W. II, Wl O'.NKK, or IVilfoal. c. c. mown, or (lite. .1. M, 'll'.MU, or Moiit.Tim-ry. ISAAC li, HAWKINS, f ('iritill. .MS. I1. MOSHY, of I'liyntlo. mwuMmumm mil (J o v mix mi .i on sson OK fl'AT'S'UlJ (WVEKEKi.VrY- 1 1 will bo soon tlmt Gov. Johnson, true to lii.s instincts that inclino liim to free soilbim, will, in spite of himself and liis parly, show the jilack upon himself. In liis ;;ci;al speed) nt Nnshvillcn short time ago lie comes out IioMIy in favor of this "...

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. — 30 August 1856

IS PUHMBIItil) M'EKKIiV BY ilEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. in advance WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . . . TWiiLVU MO.NTIIH,. 8 no 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CM'DS. ; copies $5 uu; iu copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; io copies 20 00 A handsome riusiivr. Wc acknowlo Igo with much plcasuro uml many obligations the receipt of a beau tiful gold-mounted cane, from Mrs. Sulik Cartbii, with on accompanying note. Appreciating the motivo of the generous donor, we will ever esteem the kiiul favor as ouo of tlio most valued of ferings to friendship ever bostowod upon us, am assure her sho has always our best wishes for her prosperity. "We've PoUc-cd 'em, we've Piercc-A 'vm, and now we're gwine to Buck 'km." Democratic Wit. Old lino Whigs are called on to conic up and help Buck 'em. Buck who ? Since our last issuo we have had rain in tho greatest abundance Late corn crops and the pastures aro much improv ed, although the rain was most too late to accomplish much. Persons will bear in min...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 30 August 1856

jjt:$iitrlifstfrenl is rt'ui.iriiiEi) wt.uki.v nv GiYoVeTpURVIS AND VM. J. SLATTEIi. TEIl3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVASCE, $8 2 60 3 on WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . TWKLVK MONTHS, INDUCEMENTS TO C'U'HS. B copirs $5 00; 10 copies 815 00; 5 copies S 00; 15 copies 20 00. Kexponsibilities of NuliNcrilwrN. SuliscvllierR wlio tin not (live express notice to llir f on trury, too consUlard us wishing Iu coiitlimo their mil- ""j'r mi li'cri brarH nnli-r thn illsronllnnouco or tliclr rnperi, the pub ishor irwy continue to aeii'l llicin until ll arrriira. K If Hiilisciilirrs remove tootlirr fluff wllliroil Infoi-mliii! tlio punlishiT, una mo impci mmim iuhhu "- i tlicy uro liclJ inHputiHililo. LNkwsi-ai'kii Law, To I'oslimihters. Post Mimlnrs arn rnnponsililn Tor the suhst rlpllon of n iiBWilir or rwiK'r.iiin hs lorn! tin tliy "Mow It to ho i' rclvo'l t tli"ir filllte, when It l imciillwl fur, or rWimi'l W thn pr-iv.oii towlio.iiltis.llieclcl. Thii ruin" of the He pa rli.ient reipiire tliut a wiilten not...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 6 September 1856

EEKLY APPEAL. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER -DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION- INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1850. NUMBER 30. THE WINCHESTER W THE VOICE OF AUTUMIS. BIT W. C. BRYANT. There comes, from yonder height. A soft, repining sound, Where forest leaves are bright, And fall like flakes of light To the g-ound. It is tho autumn breeze, That, lightly floating on, Just skims the weedy leas, Just stirs tho glowing treos, And is gone. lie moans by sedgy brook, And visits, with a sigh, Tho last pale flowers that look From out their suny nook, At the sky. O'er shouting children (lies That light October wind; And, kissing cheeks and eyes, Ho leaves their merry cries Far behind. And wanders on tomako That soft uneasy sound By distant wood and lake, Where distant fountains break From the ground. No bower whero maidens dwell Can win a moment's stay; Nor fair untrodden dell; lie sweeps...

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. — 6 September 1856

V i 1-1 i. -' .5 ! 'i; !!!' ' ;v i 5 CI ' LEWIS METCALFi', EDITOR. WINCIIKST'l'Ul: ITUHDAV, SEpTeMBErp, 1850, VAT lT)X.L AMERICAN TICKET. Wt FOR PRESIDENT J j.U ILL ARD FILLMORE, OF NF.1V VOI1K, FOI1 VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W .1. DON EL SON, ny Tr.SNr.ssKKt AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, ron tub state, How. nf.ills. brown, or Davi, HORACE iTAYNAUI), of Knox. l'OIl TUB HIKTHMTS, i ; in i.- x.;. T.wi.oit.nf c.ni'T. vi. " mo:-t:s wimtii, or liimv. .'. " ItHHsK II. Wl WtSON. 1 M iinillciii. Hh. " VV, 1'. IK.'KliUSON, nl I'nlT.'i'. r.l'i. " HOUI'. II UTO.V, ol Wili'im. C'li. " W. II. WW'.XKII, 01 IY1U.JI1I. -. h. " c. c. ri:o',vn. ni (;;ir'i. an. " .1. M, 'tll.lil,K-s, ill .Mont iirn-i y. 'Mil, " ::H:'II, II.WVMXS, nl Cirnill. I I'!,. ' .1 I.-'. II. MOSIiY, "f Fnyi'lli'. on. I . : i :s L 7 T -j n -1 : i - being County Court ! ay ni oisi' town there were a great many people in town, and .Messrs. Colynr funl Newman agreed (o address the sovereign ly of Old Franklin on the subject of the Presidenti...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 6 September 1856

jlt-roiiifjfstwwl is i'uumsiiui) wnkklv iiv i ; EO. E. l'URVIS AND WAT. J. SLAT'Mt . ; '"TERMS'OF SUBSCRIPTION. IS AHVANCK WI'l'IIJN MX .V0NTII3, . . ' TWELVU JIONTITK, . i if) a uo IXDflCH.Vjr.NTS TO CI.I CS. ,1 copies $5 00; 10 copies l.r 00; ,-, copies H 00; 15 copies SO 00. A New ruhlicaliuu. " JiKTJUdutio.n : or, A Tnlo of I'ns Kiou," by Mrs. Knimu D. K. N. South wortlii is tlio title of a now work which wu spoko of a month or two ngo as nbout to issuo from tlio -press. Wo Uavo receiv ed nn advance copy of this new work, ami as itnauio imports, is truly a ta'o of passion. It is well and forcibly written, portraying character in lifo-likc porfoc lion. Tlio different characters ore drawn so consistent with themselves that the reader feels so well ncqnainlcd with them in reading a few chapters that he is ready to anticipate almost tlio result of every plan in tlio story, and shows the strength of ruling passions that follow ilieir yossessor through life. It is an in tcrcstins book...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 6 September 1856

'iJJiurjifster3ljifffll IS PL'DLlSlini) WEI1KLV II Y GEO. E. rURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTKR. TERM 3 'OP SUBSCRIPTION. t a;)Vaxck within six months, . . . TWl'.LVii MONTHS, . 1 to 3 on i INDUCEMENTS, to runs. .! topics .") 00; 10 copies 815 00; copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Itciniisiiilitin of Subscriber. SiibJr.riliors wlio tin not glvn fxprrsft milim in llir- ran tr.iiv, an: couii'lKrui) is winking tii continus their ruh ii ' iitiins. If mih-r.rih',f oi'le r t lie iliwontliiw-nre (if their jni nrs, t:i imli jitlicr miy continue tos'riiu lliem until ill aurora, (jes ,ir il. If anlinr.ribirs remove toother pi ire without Inforniini; tin' publisher, and Die paper is unit to I lie former dim lion. t!n-- are li'-lil responsible 1 Nkwii'AI-kh I .a w. To I'ustmastcrM. 1'fl't Mnterfi are respomilile for the ailidi'(lmi of a iiowiiaper or in i".uhie an loin 111 they allow il to he re reive.l nt their ofi'ice, when it is uncnlleil for, nr refusn by t:i piTKiin to whom It iB ilirei te l. The rules...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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