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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 17 October 1856

o v A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECll.VNISM, EDUCATION- INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECT?, VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 185C. NUMBER THE WINC HESTEB W E I Iv L V A P P E A L. 36. 4 IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV GEO. E. PURVIS AND Wal. J. BLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, ...... WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . TWELVE MONTHS, 8 200 2 60 a oo INDUCEMENTS TO CI.UDS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 3 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. ecriptions. If subscribers order the discontinuance of thi-lr papers, the pub isher may continue to sond them until til arrrnra ges are paid. If subscribers remove toother laces without Informing the publisher, and the paper Is sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. Nsvvsi-ai'kii Law. To Postmasters. Post Masters are responsi...

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. — 17 October 1856

Vi VVin M ETC ALFS," EDIT0B.7 msl AMEUICAN TICKET. v roil PRESIDENT 3I1LLAUO FILLMORE, OF KEW VOHK, TOR VICE PRESIDENT, AIVD'W J. PONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. unirpiPiu cicnTflDii tipict FOIl TUB FTATE, NKILLS. I1ROWN, of Davidson JIOIIACJJ MAY.VAUD, of Knox. FOIl TI1R DISTRICTS, t Dht.-K .f!,TYl.rt'!, of Carter. !, ' MINES WIIITK, Of Kliox. M. 4th. Mh. f.!h, rh tth JritNK'i. himikwi. or Hamilton, W.P. IIICKKIMl.N, Hf l.'offi'e. BOUT. IIVITOS, of Wlinnii. W. II. W1SKNHR, of Bedford. C. C.CriOWllof Oilrl. J. M, QU.VKLRS, of MoiitKdinerr. ISAAC K. HAWRI.NS, of Carroll. 3 is. It. MOSIIY, of F)-ctte. WINCHESTER; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 185C. MASS MINTING AT NASHVILLE As it U possible that some of our renders were not present at the great ma,s meeting at Nashville on the loth nnd Ulh inst., vc must ho pardoned for giving n hasty outline of the scenes of the occasion. On the night previous to the meet ing, a large crowd of five or ten thou Band persons gathered at the lofty pole, erected by the Am...

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. — 17 October 1856

n is ruiiLifHEn vei:klv by GEO. E. PURVIS AND WAJ. J. SLA TIER. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. JN ADVANCE, wrruiN six mouths, . - ' TWELVB AtOXTTIH,. 160 J 00 INDUCEMENT:) Ti CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 3 copies , 8 OOj .., 15 copies . 20 00. ID It is to be hoped that the Penn sylvania elftction may go in favor of the democratic candidate. It is ex pected that the Americans, haying no candidate for Governor in the State, will coalesce with the democrats, and thus rescue the State from Fremont ism. oucn is the conservative spirit of the party in all sections of the Union We have purposely delayed the publication of this paper in order to get the telegraphic news respecting the elec tion gksp- xoasK a newspaper proprietor how many subscribers he has is o very impertinent question, and the one who asks it ought not to have a respectful an ewer, to say the least of it. J5 Wo have just learned that the Conference of the M. E. Church, which convened last week in ITuntsville, has sent...

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. — 17 October 1856

'jifiinrljfsffrilfijifal "terms op advertising. 0 w w -w V V- V . Advertisements inserted at cue dollar per squaro for the first, And fifty cents for ench subsequent inertion. A liberal discount made on yearly advertisement. 1 square, (ten lines) one yeor $l 00 2 squares ono your jjj Jj 3 fqiinreti one year 1 (K F. r one half of a column 1 square six month J j'JJ 2 squares six months. 1 3 nquares six months. ... , 13 Wl For one half of a column 1 square three m ntbs. . 00 t Hiiunrea thrpu moitlhs 8 3 squires three mouths 1" I column 13 00 For announcing candidal oh for office the charge will be three dollars, in ndvnnce. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. For the execution of this kind of work wo are prepared with a varied and extensive as sortmcnt of BEATTTT35TJL PLAIH & FAKCY JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL and are ready to do all kinds of work, such as BLANKS OF EVERY KIM), PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMMES, POSTER?, CARDS, CIRCULARS, RECEIPTS, FUNERAL TICKETS, DRUtt LABELS, BILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, and every ...

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. — 24 October 1856

THE WINCHESTER APPEAL. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS,. AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATI0N--IXDEIEXDEXT OX ALL SUBJECTS. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENNv, FBJDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1856. NUMBER 37. WE EKLY l)e(IBinrj)egtfrlHJefll IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY iEO. E. PURVIS AND WM, J. SLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . " TWELVR MONTHS, . 8 500 t 60 i 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLl'BS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 3 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. . Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con trary, are considered a wishing tu continue their sub icriptlons. If subscribers onler the iliscontlnuetiee of their r&pers, the pub islier may continue to send them until all arrears ges are paid. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publisher, and the paper is sent tu the former direction, they are held responsible. Nkwm-ai'ek Law, To rost masters. Post Masters are res...

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. — 24 October 1856

LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET. FOR TUB STATE, JIos. NEILLS. BROWN, of Davidson. HORACE MAYNARD, of Knox. TOR THE DISTRICTS, IH Dist.N. ii. T.VYI.OI1, of Carter. 9.1. " MOSES WHITIi, of Knot. U. " lil'.lisUH. HIMHSON. of Hamilton, 4tli. ' W. P. H1CK.KUSON, of Coffoe. m. " ROUT. HATTON, or Wilson. 6(h. " W. H. WlHKNK.lt, of JledTurd. Th. " C.C.CROWE, or GilM. 8th. " J. M, QUA1U.ES, of MonlBomerr. dtli, " ISAAC K. HAWKINS, of Carroll. lOtli. " J IS. It. MOSBY, of Fayette. Election Tuesday, 4th November. WINCHESTER; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1856. It is probably expected that the Ap peal should take some notice of the democratic mass meeting lately at Nashville. We were not present on the occasion and can only speak from hear-say. In the first place, we sup posed from the extraordinary efforts niadeto induce men togo to their meet ing, that they had a...

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. — 24 October 1856

IS PUBLI8HBD WEWaV BV GEO. E. rURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, stn, -n ft f IN ADVANCE, 8 200 WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . 2 60 twklvu months,; . . . 00 inducements to clubs. 3 copies 5 00; 10 copies $15 00; o copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. JJ2T" We do hope that our town coun cil will not permit negro balls to bo hold in and around Winchester this winter as heretofore. Thoy hud one last Saturday night, and caroused until nearly day on Sunday morning. No good rosults from &uch gatherings, and they ought to bo sup pressed. Ah their nocturnal mockeries of religion aro really blasphemous, wo hope our churches will not longer be giv en to them for such purposes. It is all wrong. Ample means aro provided for them in day time, If they will accept thorn. They refuse to hoar a sensible sermon from a pious whito person in day or night time, and rally around a nonsensical ne gro until midnight in all the extravagance of maniacs. There is much wrong in this thing, and injurious to t...

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. — 24 October 1856

TERM3 ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted ut one dollar per Kiunro for the first, und fifty cents for euch mihscquent insertion. A liberal discount made on yearly advertisements. 1 square, (ten links) one year 10 'J squares one yenr J squares ono your J For ono hull' of a column 1 square six months J J 2 squares six month j J : squares f ix months l Voroii" half of a column 1' J)" 1 square three m nths '.' squares three mutitha W 00 square three montlis 10 ll" A column " " 1:5 J10 For announcing candidates for offico the charge will be three dollars, in advance. 6 BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. For the execution of this kind of work we tire prepared witlia varied nud extensive us nortment of BEAUTIFUL PL.A1H & FANCY JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, and are ready to do all kinds of work, nuch as BLANKS OF EVERY KIND, PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMMES, POSTERS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, RECEIPTS, FUNERAL TICKETS, DRUff LABELS, BILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, and every variety of printing that may bo needed in any business! c...

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. — 31 October 1856

INCHES APPEAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER -DEYOTEI) TO POUTICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC XE1VS, AGRICULTURE, HECiUNTOI, EDUCATION' INDEPENDENT OX MlSVMm. THE W TER W EE KLY VOLUME 1. j)finfl)ps(erliiifal ilil IS PUBLISHED WF.KKI.Y UY GEO. 12. PUKVIS AND WA1. J. SLA'J'TEll. TERMS OF SUB3CttIPIIQ3r. in advae,","Tww-t7' . . WITHIN SIX MONTHS, TWELVU MONTHS $200 2 CO 2 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CM'BJS. 3 copies 8j 00; 10 copies 015 00; copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Stihser.'lirrs. Subscribers who do not give r-Yjiiexs nollre to the fori trary, ars considered as wishing to continuo ti .fir tub leriptlons. If subscribers order tho divcontiniie.nro of Mi-lr a per, the pun isher may continue to send than until ail an can go9 ar paid. If .i li.T.rlljors remove toothor t-lares without informing the publisher, and the paper Is sent to Iheiiirirerdiicction tlit ra hold responsible. i.Nbwsi-aiku Law. To Pint muster. Post Masters ire responsible for the fuVrrirtbm of neMiaper or img...

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. — 31 October 1856

II! 'At LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. NATIONAL AMEItrCA.V TICKET. I'Oll PRESIDENT Ul r.T , mvnr.f umr or m:w voiik, FOR' VICE PRESIDENT; OK TK.VNKS.Tfi. "AMERICAN llECT03.nL T ICKET, FOR TUB ST ATI', Hon. NEILLS. BROWN, of Davidson. HORACE MAYNAUD, of Knox. run Till:; jxstbicts, 14 M.'t.- X. G. TAYf.Olt, or drier. !i. .Morns yvhitk, or Kno. M. " HHICSHU, HltAHNON. of Hamilton. nil " w. p. hickkkson, (if coir.. Mh. " ROUT. IIATTON, nr WlNon. Cth. " W. U, WJSKNKK, or Hertford. 7th. " ('. C. ('HOWE, of Olios. Rlh. " J. M, QU AM,R, of MiiiilRomeiy. Otli, " ISAAC R. HAWKINS, of Carroll. 11th, " J II. MOSIIV, of 1'ayctto. Election Tuesday, 4th November. V J NO II EST Ell: FPJ I) AY, OCTOBER 21, jesr.. LOOKS, OUT Let nil Americans bo upon their cunnl in reference to false rumors about the pro.iports of Mr. Fillmore Jt is hardly possible to predict in what way the enemies of our party will bring about I heir final effort to defeat us. Our duty is now to guard the bal lot box, and distrust every m...

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. — 31 October 1856

' r.B-i' . .. . --v.i , . , . V -' s . - I - Ifl is runi,iHiii'ii wkhklv bv t'KO. E. PURVIS AND WAI. J. SLATTER. TEBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, . . J 000 WITHIN fil.X MONTHS, . 2 fin ' TWISLVfl MONTHS, . . . . 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO n.VRH. n copies $3 01);' 10 copies 815 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. ' ftgy Thcro will bo spunking nt the Court House in Winchester on Monday next by some one or more of the Ameri can speakers, ...fifiS" A Democratic Fremont Club bus been formed at Concord, 'N. II., tho resi dence of Gen. Tierce, compose 1 of over ono hundred members., every one of whom voted for Pierce in 18152. The cnll wns signed by one hundred and fifty all dem ocrats. What a bitter rebuke! Lately, ot Cleveland, n Catholic Priest by tho namo of Bower, punished a child seriously mid severely for unending a Protestant Sunday echoed so much so that itdied. He lias been bound over in tho sum offb'OOO to appear before the Court of Common Pleas, on a charge of murder in tho second d...

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. — 31 October 1856

-. -t -i. j '. ' ) : , 1 j 1 K.r..i. TERM 3 OPADVEETISINO. AdvertiMi'nents inserted at one itnl'ur per KlU'iTO lor tho first, nud (Iftv cents lor each rmbsequen. insertion. A liberal discount muda on vearlv advertisement!. 1 uniiaro,' (TfcN linliO one year $U 00 S Bqunrsi one yesr 3 square ono year F.ir one hall' of a nu'unin 1 square six months V squares su month? 3 Kiptnrc en month Toronv half of a column 1 square threo rn iith-. 'J s,-u in three months 0 squares three months 1 column " " 15 00 13 Oil 00 7 OH 10 00 1'4 00 20 O0 ft fto 8 tin ll no i:j oo For announcing candidates for oflieo the lrirge will bo throe dollars, in advance. BOOK AND J03 PRINTING!. For the execution 'if this kind of work we sre prepared w.ih a varied and extenshe uj. sort mcnt of BEAUTIFUL PLATl? & r.MTCY JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, nil J are ready to do all kinds of work, such as BLANKS OF EVERY KIND, PAMPHLETS, PROGRAMME.5?, POSTER!-', CARDS, CIRCULARS, RECEIPTS, FUNERAL TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, BILL HEADS...

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. — 14 November 1856

MjaOMWj. HUM THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY SAL. FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO rOLlTICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECIIAXIS5I, EDUCATION-- IN'Olil'ENMiEN'T OX ALL SUBJECTS. APPI VOLUME 1. IS rUBUPUBU WIOHKI.V BV GEO. E. TURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTEK, TEEMS OF SUBSCKIPTION. IN ADVANCE," WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . " TWKLVK MONTHS,. $ 200 2 60 3 no INDUCEMENTS TO ri.l'JIS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies Slfl 00; 5 cl)ics 8 5 J5 copies 20 00. FliOM PETERSON'S magazine. HOW I WENT ANGLING, AND WHAT WAS CAUGHT. BY E. W. DKWtR8. "I do wish, Bob, you would get marri ed!" cried my mother, impatiently, one day after she had endured my company a whole long summer morning. The suggestion was by no means anew one, for I was five and thirty, and it had been iterated ami reiterated, by all my family ever since I was twenty-five. 1 therefore regarded my mother's remark' as the beginning of a kind of family ritual, and responded as usual, "Why so, ma'am?" "Because," she answered, shortly, de v...

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. — 14 November 1856

jit$Oiiirjjfirffrfal ""lEWIS.METCALFE, EDITOa?" " WfNCJlESTEli: FRIDAY, NOVKMr.KU 11, iHfiii, fGT The t'.litc-r is iiLsiTit. Kashvillo and Chattanooga llailroad. Tlio following just ii:id t ll-cunsi,!-T(?d article, is coriici! I'rcir.thc Charl'-s-Um M rcury: Wc nro glad to lowm thut the Dirrc tors of the Nashvillo aii'l Chattanoou'a llailroad have declared c i!i vid: m! of three per cent for tin; last six nunth alter reserving fifty i:er cent of their earnings for the purchase ofa'Mitionn! rolling stock and machinery. This is not only gratifying, as .show ing the prosperous conlil.io:i of the road, but as adding 815.000 to ), re sources of our city governmer:t, l.ie:t!.i; tho amount of dividend on the half million subscribed on ha behalf. Wo have never last our fait.li ia this rond, and its final triumph over diffi culties that beset ifn first period" h;-.s not rai'priiied us. Thru hi no railroad in t.!:o country th.it has a .surer foundation lor uiti inate su.'.'cCKa than ihh'.. Tl...

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. — 14 November 1856

v I liiiiwf5ljj)jwl G E07TPU1W1?AND WM .' J, SLAT T St . TERMS OF SUESCiUPTIOU, 1 N ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . ' TWELVE MONTHS, $ 200 J fiO 0 0(t INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies 81." 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copie.1 20 00. 3 Thoro was no paper isHuoil from this oflico last week on fiovernl accounts tfie principal oriownr, however, a failure to got paper until Wednesday. Jjijg0" The election U over, and tho excitomcnf incident to such cn occasion is, wo hope, ended. Like most of our co temporaries, we havo labored and done what wo could in our humblo way for the suAPess of the American ticket, nnd con sequently liavo not been ablo to present our readers with that variety of lenltcr which is requisite to make n paper inter esting toaUclassc3. Many subjects have been neglected that skouhl heve been at tended to, and which will bo noticed ac cording as we haro opportunity. In a short timo we intend Lo gut thin s straight ened out, and be able to greet our read ers regula...

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. — 14 November 1856

11 V t , i li li "ft I:. 'I 1 ' 4 : . indtol Cnntfr. Fatcniiig Swine. If you have no ho;,' pens among the appointments of your 1'a.rin, liavc some immcdiclfcly put up, so that when it shall Ic time to put your liogu up )o fatten, the pens maybe ready for thdr reception. Tho pens should have a feeding and sleeping apartment, with a yard attached to each. In each pen there should be a rnhbing pout. The surface of each yard should ho formed into a basin-liko form, over which a bushel of plaster f-lioiild be spread, arid tlien covered several inches in depth with woods mould, marsh mud, river or creek mud, the earth from head lands, or ditch or road scrapings, weed;;, &c, a!! of which materials du ring the fattening sawn will b con verted iiita yood manure; for there are no belter manufacturers of manure than lur.'". .Without entering into any detail of the ron.-litueut ek-iaei-ls of hor month e, we w.iukl say, that it is coiu idere'l, in tl.e vie v of chemist?, su perior to Hint of...

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. — 21 November 1856

o-t "ifJ ''I I r !-.:.- WING HESTER APPEAL. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER-DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, -FOREIGN. AND D'JlIEiTIC NE.Vi, 'AMWljtfintlS, MECHANISM, EDUCATION INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 185G. NUMBER 40. WEEKLY . Wrlttenrbrth9WltichenterApp.il' My Mother Knows Best." A WORD FOR CHILDREN. I remember we J I of my mother's re' peating to me, while nt home, these Words "My motherknow s best." And when I wanted anything that she did not wish I should have, or when she and I though differently, she would re- peat, "My mother knows best.' Sho would ofen read or tell me stories of children who had suffered severe ac cidents from disobedience, or when 1 they would persuade their mothers to let ihem act contrary to their better judgments But never could she have related to ; mo a more shocking instance of this kind than I received from her in a let ter a few days ago. The accident occurred to one of the hoys ol my native town, and o...

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. — 21 November 1856

vsan n LEWIS METCALIEL EDITOR. " WJIIESTElir FJUDAY, NO VK MB Kit 21, 1856. rmvmvr wmn mm muimmmmtm ' nm The Late Storm the present Calm. "in It must he confessed we have hnd u trpnicndounpoJitic.il excitement. In tin) memory of our brief career of life, nothing equal to it or like it has occurred. For the first time in our life we feared that the, destiny of thin Union was at stake, hvery great gathering of the "masses" was charac terized hy n pcriousness, a gravity, an nnxicty never before witnessed at our hustings. The "speeches," too, from every stump were calculated to excite find agitate and terrify every heart. Anecdotes, though plentiful as black berries, seemed out of place. No speaker could tell one with a timely grace ; none laughed nt them with a will. Every man seemed to bo taking counsel of his fears. A heavy draught was made upon each voter's stock of patriotism his real love of country. We were told of wars, of civil com motions, -of civil feuds, of servile insurrect...

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. — 21 November 1856

18 PUJ1MHHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSCHIPHOnT I ! AOVAKCR, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . TWJSLVM MONTHS, . 900 a no 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUD8. 3 copies 05 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies,. 8.00; . 15 copies 20 00. To Contribntors. It is Boinething thnt we, with , many others, have to regret that thcro ore iu fow persons in Winchester who nre (lis. posed to write anything for the public eye. Now, we know that tltere is literary tal ent here, and hold tlmt it is tho duty of those poapessing it to let the world shnro Us advantages. Wo have many persons now in our mini, both mnle csd feinale, who have opportunity, and who could writo if they only would. To all sucli wotenderour column?, and cordially in vite them to contribute from time to time. Political strife hus now for a season end ed. Public attention should now be di rected to something more beneficial and pleasant, and we know of no better means of doing so than the getting up of a lively interest in the ...

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. — 21 November 1856

TTWOIKE IIIKH lHl in f ir ;4 Sgririilteral Corner. : y -V "i .'.T..' i " Fall Flowing. The importance of the suV-ject in daces us frequently to refer to the ad vantages which, we nrc satisfied, would accrue to the ngriculturi! of the South, from turning under tho surface of our fields in the full. For the pur pose of fertilizing there is no single operation eo easily accomplished and so universally at command, that wc think would so certainly repay the la bor of the planter, as full plowing. Wc mean, of course, where the cir cumstances of the soil are such as to demand it, for we do not intend to say that in every case the results would follow, or even that, the operation would be advisable at all. A sandy soil, which has been closely depastur ed, covered with a very slight if any cmt. nf vpiretable. matter, instead of - o being benefitted, might be injured by fall plowing. The advantages of (fill plowing over the same operation in the spring are apparent from several very obvious c...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
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