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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 28 November 1856

'I V , , " i ' v. THE WINCHESTER WEEKLY APPEAL A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEYOTfifr.TQ POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TO, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS, " VOLUME 1. AIOHSOS'S UBSCT. Napoleon was conversing with Jose- fece,and felt at once that it was phine when one of his officers entered yv? "certain whether Louis Del and announced a young woman from marre wasto be shot tlle next morn' Lyon. What ifl her business with me?' 'Some petition answered de Mer ville, the officer. The officer soon re-appeared with a lady leaning on his arm, whose face, as much as could be scanned through the thick folds of a veil, was verv beau- tiful. She trembled as she approach- Henrietta started back, deadly pale, ed the door. looked fixedly at the Emperor for a Mademoiselle,' whispered her guide momf!nt. then tuning away she buri gently, Hake courage, but answer cd her face in her hands promptly every question the Emperor ' Aftcr a silencc of some minutes, prop...

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. — 28 November 1856

l$inrlr0erriil LEWIS METCALFE. GEORGE E. PURVIS, Epitorh. WINCHESTER: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1850. SALUTATORY. Ily u mysterious turn of the Wheel of Fortune avc firvl onrself seated upon the Editorial Tripod. We iiso to "tip our Beaver" to the entire Corps Editorial, and feci somewhat diffident in being associated with so many il lustrious "guardians ol'thc public mor als." To the readers of the, Aitkai. we make our most prolbimd how. That, "no man may despise our youth," we purpose to supply tho deficicnecs of age with energy and zeal for the pub lic entertainment ; cautiously using our eclectic scissor, and wielding an independent pen that "mighty in strument of little men" -we intend that the dignity of the free Tennessee press shall not he lowered under "our administration!" Once more, with the most deferential respect, we make our bow to an indulgent, enlightened pub lic; and resume our scat. Gr.o. E. Purvis. It will apcarto our readers to-day that the Winchester Appeal is no lon...

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. — 28 November 1856

Ijffekjjfsferlipfal laTTuDUBHBD WEEKI.V BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. TERlW OF SUBSCRIPTION. IK ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTIIS, . i TWKLV WOKTIW,. !00 8 60 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLl'Btf. 3 copies $5 00; . 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. WINCHESTER. It strikes our minds that our town , is just passing from its chrysalis state. O Society here has long been in a state of fermentation, and evidently is now , being clarified. Winchester is looking up. Franklin county is full of live peo ple; and our town is crowded with young ladies, with their sunny hearts, attending the Female Schools. Our best citizens are feeling the responsi bilities of the position they are thrown into by the largo foreign patronage drawn hither by our 'schools. The preachers, teachers, and leading men about town are united in their aim at elevating the moral tone of society. Let every citizen lend a helping hand and as our town is one of the oldest in the State, let her show she is worthy o! b...

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. — 28 November 1856

Slgrintlfawl Cornw. Frost ai a Manure. We know of no treatment vo di rectly beneficial for almost every claws of soils as that of throwing up land in narrow ridges in the fall or early win ter. Take two plots of heavy soil side by side, and let one lie unmoved till Spring, while the other is deeply plow ed in Autumn, and the result will bo very visible in the Spring crop. But the manner of plowing is important. To secure the greatest posbible advan-1 tage, a single furrow should bo thrown up, and another back furrow directly upon it, so as to produce a high ridge, and another ridge is to be made in the same manner with a deep dead-furrow between the two. The process is to be continued thus through the field, so that when finished, it will present a surface of high ridges and deep dead furrows, succeeding each other, about once in two or two and a half feet. If prepared in this way, the frost will penetrate far downward, loos, ning and disintegrating the soil below the furrows, while...

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. — 5 December 1856

.. ... -j , i. f '::v"?:''.':r-r,",f. ' ' i A r, T! " f ",., ifftffB v 1 FAMILY 'NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE MECHANISM, EDUCATION -INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECT? 1 fi;' "n'7" ,' "'."iT,",' i ,'" 7";" -- iy"""" 'll"Pr.V.V"IV''"'i ''"" 7 Vr""'"""''' ' ' 'i.'n '.'i .r 1 1 1 ' '. ' " " " "L ' TTTT.'T ' """" " " "" " " .,. .... , .r,.,.,.. . ' " VOLUME l. WINCHESTER, TENN., tflllDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1856.'. T H E ... WIN CHESTER WEE KEY '.'' ' ' ' I...-: - - -i , r U. 4 tintl)?sffrfnl ' laPUBUHHEl) WEEK l.V liV GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. FLATTER, LEWIS METCALFE, GEORGE E. PURVIS, ElUToItrt. TERMS OF SUB3CKIPTION. IK ADVANCE, WITHIN BIX MONTHS, . " TWELVJB MONTHS,. J 210 2 CO 3 00 ' r ' IN'Dl'CP.M F.NT3 TO CLUBS. i AAniAO f. Art. 1 A tAk!iiL 10 copies 01.1 00; 15 copies 20 00. 5 copies .8 00; Written for th Winchester AnaL SOLITARY MUSINGS. CONCLUDED. We are passing ituunj ! We live in n world of life, motion, and progres sion. On its sur...

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 December 1856

inrjwffr LEWIS METCALFE, GEORGE E. PURVIS, EDITORS. AVINCHEST.ER: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1856r .WM,t.iMimu;i C0S31ES3. Tbia body met last Monday, the 1st Inst. The present session will expire 4th of March. It is not probable that much of importance will be done this session. The Republicans have a nominal majority in the Lower House, hut the Senate that august and no ble body, composed of the giant minds of the nation is decidedly democrat ic, and not likely to harmonize with a Republican faction. The session is likely to be consumed in debates and speeches, which doubtless will be of tinoommon interest as developing the state of feeling in reference to the coming question of Union or Disun ion. From this time forward we, indi vidually, are for that party, of what ever name, that most loves and that -will best conserve this glorious and blood-cemented Union. Bank op East Tennessee. We un derstand that this bank suspended pay ment on last Tuesday. Why, we can not tell, but hope to see 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. — 5 December 1856

IS) PUBLISH BP WEEKLY BY CEO. . PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE 300 9 60 too WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . TWEIVB MONTHS, . INDCOEHENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies 15 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscriber, dubicribers who da not give exprau notles to the con twy, r considered m winning to continue their tub icrlptlom. U subscriber order the discontinuance of their r apera, jthe pub isher may continue to send them until all arreara ,' tlei are paid. ' i If subscribers remove to other place without Informing the publisher, and the paper la sent to the former direction, they art held reipomible, Niwsvamk Law. i To Postmasters. Post Matter are responsible for the subscription of a newspaper or magazine as long as they allow It to be re ceived at their office) when it Is uncalled for, or refused by the person to whom it is directsd. The rules or the De partment require that a written note shall be sent to every puDiisner mat ms wo...

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. — 5 December 1856

v ' 7 3 I : " J . I" ' f ''IgrintlftiniI Corner. CUJtltfO BACOtf. Tho following well-timed article we ttiko from tho Louisville Journal, and , commend it to the careful coiufiitcru tion of our rcadrr.1: As the season is fit hand when f;;r roci'3 arr preparing (o kill their hogs it may not bo atntaa to say soinrihinp: about making Lacon. Nearly all cur old farmers nrende;tsj in the art, and take a cortimendatde jirulo in the. ex cellency of their bacon. Indeed it is a rare thing to find inferior bacon in Kentucky; though the rulo is not with out exceptions, as witness the follow ing letter from an old Virginian, who Bends us his recipe for curing hams: Editors of the Journal: Gentlemen Enclosed you will fin J n celebrated recipe (br curing bacon shoulders and ham,' which you can publish for the benefit of your numer ous reader nor, just as you deem proper. I wit hold my name, from the fact, that 1 have no wish for public no toriety of any .sort; but being an old fashioned Virginian,-...

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

LEWIS M KTCALFB. ' . ; I Ewtom. GEORGE 12. PURVIS, ' J WrST CJI K S T E II : FRIDAY, PgOEM B ER J6 IIVIPORTAN T NOTICE. 'All persona indebted to us for Sub fioription. Advertising or Job .Work, re requested to call and settle their accounts by the first of January. We have been publishing the Aiteai. now for nearly twelve months, and this is the firBt time we have called on any of them, either publicly or privately. We detest a continual dun, and would not do so now if it was not that we owe money, and cannot pay it unless those owing us will "respond to this call. We hopo, and believe, that they win.;-1 ' v DCy We are only able to present our readers with a half sheet this week from the fact that we have had such a press of job work as to be unable to get up a sufficiency of matter for the paper. We will have more force hereafter, and will be able to get along without resorting to this step. NEGRO INSURRECTIONS. Our exchanges come to us literally filled with notices of attempted in...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester weekly appeal. — 5 December 1856

An f I t J 1 j)f1Biiir)Psffrfol IS rUIU.ISIIED WEEKL-fr BY 'GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTED. 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. in 'advancr, 200 S 60 3 00 Vm-m six mouths, ' TVVKLVB MONTHS, INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 oopics 85 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscriber. iwincrltmrs who do not Rive expriwa nntleoto trcon 'trary, are eonsldored on wishing to eoritimie tliclr sub 'Utriiitioiis. .... If mhHcriUnra ordor th illncnnllniwoicfl of tholr paper, 'tho puhlshnr may continue to tend them until ill arrcura mi are mid. , , If subucrlhora remove tonllmr placna wlthoutliiformlng ' the piibllaher, and the paper l aont to the formnr direction, rtliey are held reeponalhle.-CNawai-AVKB U, To Post muster. Poat Mnalors are reapotmlble for the autiacrlptlnn of a newspaper or mKar.lii aa Ion at they allow It to he re ceived at their olllco, when It la uncalled for, or renjacd by Ilia person to whom It In directed. The mire of the De partment renuire that a writ...

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. — 17 December 1856

lp. 1 This is h speed. raCHES'gR JOURNAL. Thursday, Dec 17th. PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Qtnllemen nf the Senate, . . . and of th Haute of Kepre$etalivei : Id obedience to the command of the Constitution, it has now become my duty "to give to Congress information of the state of the Union, and J0001 mend to their consideration such measures as I judge to be "necessary and expedient" But first, and above all, our thanks are due to Almighty God for the numerous benefits which He haa bestowed upon this people, and our united prayers ought to ascend to Him that He would con tinue to bless our great republic in time to come aa lie haa blessed it in time past. Since the adjournment of the last Congress our eanstitueota hare enjoyed an unusual degree of of health. The earth has yielded ber fruit abun dantly, and has bountifully rewarded the toil of the husbandman. Our great staples nave commanded high prices, and, up to within a brief period, our manufacturing, mineral and mechanical occupa tions...

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. — 19 December 1856

J:- ''-:rrc;v.--'J - .. w? ,..,.,,. .... , ;., .....; c . : . .. , .. .. , : ; . ... ;. . , " F Jfifi"i ' I-' i' I 'i I 'm iiri ' "''','''''"'I"""T"'''I'"I",'IWW''I'',MI''''MM'M' i'n'""" r'owiwn. . ,.... ir,ii i.. ii hiki mi, i 1 ' . . .. , , " 1 - -L-'." ati i .... i. ,,, i Hi,,-,,! mmm-i,,,, I, - .w'.'Iyy.'A'V :,ar-..::M,.,,v -v ,. .... r- "1 " -' n -' v 1 1 1 1 -' ' TsSTOTil j? " AFAMILY ' , vv iiNnorjitj xjfri.'NJ.Y., auU-MA x , 19 185C ; .,v-,-, ... What the Code of Hpnojf Eculres to weeklies .furnishes ftie only futl ac- teountC thelate fatal" "duel near Charleston, S,pi whickhas been pub- '"Mri Taber,, was a y6ung man, ih uentially connected,,, ,.J(31s abilities ivere of the first 'order, and his pros- iects of attaining future distinction, as r a public? h.an, brilliant in the extreme. He was fearJcss," almost to audacity, and enjoyedf considerable reputation as a duellist. '-'Mazrath. though, a koung man'ofaainily remarkable for r . A -1,' '.. "' ' .,' Si" talent, wasv rega...

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. — 19 December 1856

tinrjifffr4 LEWIS METCALFE, GEOKGE . 1'UHVIS, 'ElllTOKH. WINCHESTER: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1850r IMPORTANT NOTICE. All persons indebted to us for Sub scription, Advertising or Job Work, uro requested to call and settle their Hccqunts by the first of January. Wo have been publishing the Arr-KAi. now for nearly twelve months, nnd thin is the firvt time we have called on any of them, either publicly or privately. Wo detest a continual dun, and would not do ho now if it was not that we owe money, and cannot, pay it unions those owing us will respond to this call. We hope, and believe, they will. A CHANGE IN OUR PAPER. This issue closes the career of the Winchester Appeal. About the mid dle of February last, we raised the standard of "Native Americanism," and did what we could to sustain that noble flag. We are not conscious that we, as politicians, have ever utooped to ignoble means in the advocacy of cur own, or in opposition to the prin ciples of the adverse party, so we doff our politi...

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. — 19 December 1856

18 PUBLISHED WBKKLY BY .' 010. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. i TERMS 07 SUBSCRIPTION. IH..ADVANCK, ' WHIN WX JHOKTI1S, . i it twui.vh urnvrifa . (200 3 to 300 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 5 copies 8 00; 10 copies $10 00; 15 copies 80 00. Responsibilities of Hubscribcm. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con triry, ere' considered as wishing to continue their sub sorptions. If subscribers order the discoritlnuence or their .apers, the publisher may continue to send thorn until all arioura get are paid. If subscribers remove to other places withoutlnrorniing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the forrsmr direction, they are held responslble,NswsiAf h Law. r To Postmasters. Post Masters are responsible fur the subscription of a newspaper or magazine ss long as they allow it to ho re celved at their office, when It is uncalled for, or refused by tho person to whom It Is dlrectod. Tlio rules of tho De partment require that a written nnto shall lie sent to evo...

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. — 19 December 1856

J- . 'J- ' - y .... 3lgrifBlftrrttl Corner IMPROVED FARMING. In almost all kinds of busing there have been grent improvements within t lie last Any years. , The farmer's busi ness has come in lust though notjenst for the advantages of. lift genius of im provement. Yet improvement hasibut just commenced its work in agricul ture. Not many years back lh oM wooden plow scarcely better than a crooked stick, was everywhere used to stir the soil and prepare it for seed. It instill used in Mexico and unimprov ed countries. ' As in the plow, so in everything that relates to agriculture, the work of improvement has fairly commenced. Yet some are opposcS to all innovations, and are ever brand ing with opprobrious , epithets, what they call improved farming. We must expect old fogies everywhere. But let us see what .improved, farming lias done. V '; : '' ' ' , ' We might look a moment to Eng land to-see what it has done there. Till a .few years ago it was the policy of England to protect its ow...

Publication Title: Winchester Weekly Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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