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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 16 February 1856

;Tr ' Citing for ,'V1?'--... 1 u i k FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TOYS, AGRICULTURE, iVOLUME 1. IS PUBLISHED WEKKLV BY f :;eo. e. purvis & wm. j. slatter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. :'TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE; l TWO AND A HALF !F IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. '1 quare, (ten lines) one year .2 squares one year j?or each additional square. ... "square nix months 2 squares six months. . . ; $ nqunres six months. for each additional square 1 square two mnntliB. For each additional square Jinjrle insertion persquare Each additional square Each subsequent insertion ..$10 00 . . 15 00 . . 5 00 0 00 10 00 12 f0 2 00 2 50 1 00 1 00 DO 1 00 J Very liberal reduction will be made for 'those who adverse by the year. 1 For announcing candidates for office the 'charge will bo three dollars, in advance. j BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. ' For the execution of this kind of work wc are prepared with a varied and extensi...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 16 February 1856

'llnntjeder fnl. LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER, TKNN,, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 185G. Our Dsbut. In assuming the position we iio, as an agent in conducting a newspaper, wiili the prospect in political affairs boTore us, 'we can but feel some misgivings as to the result nf our undertaking. We an)' o1' Tennessee, commencing with the ticipato no little commotion in thepoliti r al elements with which we have to con tend, ami fuel some " secret dread" in approaching this new " variety of un tried being through which we must pass." This is the first time that we ever aspired to that high seat, the tripod, to advocate what we conceive to be the true policy o( our common country, or taken up that "mighty instrument of little men" to de fend the cause of American liberty am native independence. Though " clouds and darkness" rest upon the future, we are among those in opinion who believe in the old Revolu nonary motto, Qttitranstalit sustinet. We believe that that wisdom which has so far c...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 16 February 1856

- f it. 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY TERMTsUBSCRIPTION. WO DOLLAKsXvEArTn' ADVANCE; AND A HALF !F IN SIX MONTHS; "-THREE AT THE CLOSE OFJTiEJR. I square, (ten lines) ono year $V t iWannares ono veor ' each additional square f-l ifquare six months I ' 2'iquarcs six montlis f & squares six months ' f) 00 0 00 10 00 12 50 2 00 i F6r each adtutionai Rq'"' " lSnuare two months Pfor ouch additional square 'Single insertion per square Each additional square... tench pubsonuent insertion I Very liberal reduction will be made for 'those who advertise by the year. ' For announcing candidates Tor office the charge will bo three dollars, in advance. 7 BOOK AND JOB PRriiTINa. For the execution of this land of work c arc prepared with a varied ami extensive as sortment ot TTi A TTTT.OTTT TH ' A TX 7 JL V A JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, and are ready to do nil kinds of work, buchas BLANKS OF EVERY KIND, PAMPHLETS,' PROGRAMMES, POSTERS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, RECEIPTS, FUNERAL TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, ; RILL HEADS,...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 16 February 1856

1 (HlMWriMW ilgriniltttml. Ideas to Farmers. The State Agricultural Chemist of Maryland, Mr. J I itririus, has publish ed a paper hhowinjr the necessity of droughts to replenish the soil with min eral substances, curried oil' to the sea by the rains, and also taken up by the crops, and not returned by manure. These two causes, always in opera tion, would, in tune, render the earth a barren waste, in which no verdure would quicken, and no solitary plant take root, inhere was not a natural counteraction by drought, which oper ates to supply this waste in the follow ing manner: During dry wether, a continual evaporation of water takes place from the surface of the earth, which is not supplied by any from the clouds. The evaporation from the surface creates a vacum. so far as wa ter is concerned, which is at once till ed by the water rising up from the sub soil of the land; the water from the subsoil is replaced from the next stra ta below, and in this manner the cir culation of water i...

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

. FRIENDS Magaxlnc '"H.' ..... no r.M 4- 7 i A FAMILY NEWSPAPER-DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS, (VOLUME i, $0inrjieBterfal IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSJRJPTIOlr. TWO DOLLARS A VEAR IN ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF JF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square, (ten lines) one year 2 squares one ypar For each additional square. . . 1 square six months "2 squares eix months $10 00 15 00 5 00 6 00 10 00 12 fit) J squares six moniiis For each additional square. 1 square two months For each additional square Single insertion per square Each additional square.... Each subsequent insertion 2 00 2 50 1 00 1 0l 50 1 00 Very liberal reduction will be made for tlioso who advertise by the year. For announcing candidates for office the charge will be three dollars, in advance. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. For the execution of this kind ...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 23 February 1856

. . .... ., 1TT , r. ft t ; y. lf0terMl LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. W 1 'N C H E 8 T E It; Hrttiirdny, IVhnmry 23, lssfl. The Nebraska Kansas Bill. There seems to bo much r.!isputo in re gard to the construction of this bill, even by the framcrs of it. We give Mr. Pierce's views of it as appears in his special message, especially on that part of the bill that is the subject of so much dispute, lie says : "Tho net to organize the territories of Nebraska ami Kansas was a manifesta tion of the legislative opinions of Con gress on the two great points of Constitu tional construction : one, that the de signation of the boundaries of a new Territory, and provision fur its political organization mid administration as a Territory, are measures which of right fall within the powers of tho General Government ; and the other, that the in habitants of any such territory, consid ered as an incohute State, are entitled, in the exercise of self-government, to de termitio for themselves lehal shall be ...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 23 February 1856

r rmcnuo magazma .. ' via i- V - '- 'Cjfll1iucl)t5trr5liJiifnl IS rUUMSUBD WJ3EKLV BY GeTpURVBANP WM. J- SLATTER, Wo DOLLArTTvEaTin" ADVANCE', TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; "tiiree AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ;" 1 square, (ten wm) ono year $10 00 O ... . i.ni nnn UPfir 15 00 ''.For eacli additional square.... 1 square six montliB U squares six monlht) ' '. squares six months l.V-n,.!, rwl.litinnnl Knllnrit 5 00 0 00 10 00 12 50 a oo ; I square two months J ' For each additional t-quare 1 jjjj Single insertion per square 10" Each additional square, u Each subsequent insertion. ., 1 uu Very liberal reduction will tie niauu iur those who advertise by the year. For announcing candidates for office the charge will be three dollars, in advance. "book and'job printing. For the execution of this kind of work wo are prepared with a varied and extensive as sortment of BEAUTIFUL PLAIN & FANCY JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, and are ready to do all kinds of work, such as BLANK...

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

9 ! ( 7 si te A 5lgrintltitrnl. Economy of Farming:. What system of husbandry will bring the greatest proliit in any given sil na tion can only be determined by a close survey of the nature and capabilities ot the soil ami climate, the cnpital ol farmer, and the condition of the mar. Jcels within his reach. On some farms it is wise often to .sninmcT-f'alkvv, in m order to subdue or eradicate pestif erous weeds, and develop the latent elements of fertility which the. earth may possess, la all opt. rations pertain inur to rocks nnd cart lis, time is an ira porta nt element. Il the vital princi ple in the germ ot an acorn required its growth and full maturity in a sin gle year, there i.s no land in the world rich enough to yield the solube pot ash and other minerals found in the ash of a large oak tree; but; .slowly ex- endingits absorption of the (dements ,cgeta!ile nutrition from the soil, through several eeniiries, nature bus time sufficient, and none to sjinre, 1o feed tins giant o...

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

Che - - . , A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NKAfllttCULTUltE, : VOLUME 1. ) W W 9 9 IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. TURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERlFSUBSCEIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square, (ten lines) one year $10 00 2 squares ono year 15 00 For each additional square 5 00 1 snuare six months 0 00 2 squares six months , . 10 uu . . 12 50 .. 2 00 , . a 50 .. 1 00 .. 1 00 50 .. 1 00 made for 3 squares six months For each additional square ' I square two months For each additional square ( Single insertion per square ; Each additional square fcach subsoquent insertion Very liberal reduction will be those who advertise by the year. For announcing candidates for t office the charge will be three dollars, in advance. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. For the execution of this kind of work we are prepared with a varied and extensive as sortment of BMrnmlL P...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 1 March 1856

W IJWlliMIIUIMliaWIWI4M irM 'jjriiiirjifsiitml n WIS AJt TCU LFE, EDITOR. .tTIT!lim'';'v.nrVu 1ST, !. N VnON'AL AMKIIICAN TICKET. 1 KSK mil mKsiPENT M ILL AIID F r.LLM011E, OK NKVV VOIIK, FOR VlCl'j PRESIDENT, AjN J). J. DONALDSON, OF TKN.NKSSF.H. Noi:i3ti 11. Whntever confusion ami discord may riiivi! chnrnctcrizeil the jro cimnII d its in this lute Coiivcntiuii at I'liilnilt Ijil.ia in tlio adoption of n platform of prlcei j 1:8, still there was a most remark ;l)le unnnimity in tlio choice of nuni lines ' i'ct ' I resilient to. el ice 1'iesi dent. The 12lli section of the riiihule- 1 I . .1 t .1 jiina piattonn seems 10 have lici t', tin "apple of discoivl," ;m,l was imliivclly rejc'lel by Mibsiitut : anew d; tfo.w with a inoiliCeation of the same pi'bici pli'S of .the chl one except the i ir t . , 1 1 n of the (dijt.:etioiiidde section. The new platform eschews all seeiional q uc stions. We consiiler it to be !'eii;ai).s well eniiueh i.o say at once no an v.e en-.-eui , f ' 11 .1 ...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 1 March 1856

. ZIP CflnB for IS PUULIHnTEl) vekklv iiv UEO. E. BUIlVfS AND WAT. J. SLATTER. . ; TEIlMSOJJUSPTWfJ. " TWO DOLLARS A VJJAlT IN ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. - . a uua. O" Wc 'have seen quite a number of compliments passed upon us hy our ;j Trim els of the press, but our modesty Vadviscs ns that the custom of rcptib- Jislan them is in rather bad taste, so .wc will hie them away for relief of the blues in the rainy days of life. O3 If every man (and woman) had .plenty of work to do, and would do it, the world would bo rich, and society would he freed from one of its' heavi est burdens. Idleness is the mot her-of discord and mischief! The man who does naught but stand on the street b to ..speculate in and criticise the motives ' .and actions of those who work, in a .curse to his race. -:. Something Funny TVhear a irm ocrat, who for twenty years has been employed in calling the Whigs Feder alists, Abolitionists, &c, &c, say that 'be ca...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 1 March 1856

Sgririiltiud. iiHiPffrf iiI,iIIM"iiiwh in nil ffrtl How to Convert Straw into Manure. Having spout some time in tlm nn try among wheat growers, and not ic ed numerous luigc pi let; and stacks of straw, our attention has been called to the ways and means host adapted to transform this product, into manure. Its speedy decomposition is the object to bo attained, where one dues not wish to feed straw to his stock, nor use it for hrdfling. It is proper lo re mark that 'by many kooiI farmers it is distributed over land about to be plow ed, and raked into the furrow and cov ered with earth as the plow advances. On clay land, this practice isjiidicious; for straw rotted in this way renders a compact soil more pervious lo rain water and salutary atmospheric inllti enecs. On light loams, sandy and gravelly land, straw covered with earth in iho manner indicated is of doubtful utility; lor being too open already, it needs more compact I'ertillizers. and rolling, or treading by young Stork. To h...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 8 March 1856

mimm I. I .-a h a vi ii.i Vt v v i a i IV"" I ; Pi A innm - " 11 " - ' ' - VOLUME 1. rfJn'JTlinrlmrlntTiMll VljV VV HH lVA' V k Avppv IS I'UUMSJIEU WEEKLV DY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERMS OFSUCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square, (ten likes) one year $10 00 2 squares one year 15 00 For each additional square 1 square six months '2 squares six months 3 squares six months For each additional square I KiiimrH two months , i) uu 0 00 10 00 is? ro 1 DO 2 no For each additional Bquare 1 uu Single insertion persquaro 1 00 Each additional square 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 00 Very liberal reduction will be made for those who advertise by the year. For announcing candidates fir offices the charge will bo three dollars, in advance. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING." For the execution of this kind of work we are prepared with a varied and extensive as sortment of BEAUTIFUL PLAIN & FANCY J...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 8 March 1856

f fjit'Iiiirjirfltcrlpjifal l v is hicalpbTbditob. - - S.l'&'llflEMY, MAS::i MTU, IWSfi. NATIONAL AMKK1CAN TI'JKKT. OiuCj j v i 1 1 Aj, r d f lllmor k or m;v uivx, Vu!t VICK I'uKSlbKNT. AND. .(. POXALDSChV. i F r k .v rises r r . Our Kallro:(l. 1 he i act u try is stwi ma. if. w .at us to i bo the fata of th" Winchester ami 'Ala bama Rxln.i ! ? We li:;irn that throuith '.ho ciu-fy and efficiency of our reprc routatives the State has sippnprii'n. ".oO.OOO ti this road. Will that 'inak .he thin : craw ? " What will ho done v.-ith tlm incubus that rests upon it, the heavy debt it owe.-? Next May, the stock holders diet their officer for the coming venr? We would like w m-.o some signs of lift; returning to tho lmg Mispeudod ii'unalion of the road. We feci satisfied that effort now made in the right way r. vi'- e it. The people ar n becom- aiuioiii for it. We say It t the peo ple kiww the exact condit'u.i of the. road's .inanee.-., .-o th:it they may calculate upon .rue sort of cert...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 8 March 1856

, ri j "-v-Hudiia uiei m mg for M , .,'.j..i -I'MtfUOMMNMbMaM, - 1 Th If 0 t ,!jfinf!)fstfr5liiMl IS rUBMBHED WEEKLIT BV GEoTe. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTEIt. lERMOFSUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLlTrTTyIsaTi ADVANCE', TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. Q3 We see from the Nashville pa pers that the American Party held a grand ratification meeting in. that city ' on Monday night last, in honor of the recent nominations made by the Con- ' vention at Philadelphia. The assemblage was a lnrgo and enthusiastic one, and eloquent ad dresses were delivered by Hon. M. P. Gentry, of Bedford; Col. Cocke, of Grainier, 0. M. Temple of Knox: J no. A. McEwen, Judge Brien, Neil S. Brown, and many others. jjgyj. M. Burrough's Coach Factory is the placo where are pot up the nicest .buggies, carriages, &c, that can bo man 'ufactured South of Mason ami Dixon's line. So well and favorably knouti U his work to citizens of the adjoining coun ties and States that ho is kept continual ly ...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 8 March 1856

C Sjirintlhtnil. ,.. 1 r nn niri T,nri (. ;U lT Hil l w. .iAv J. : , . Ill i dil'cri'iK'f! in trie two; nuu :tlsu how Lamia, l bomorjt fertile, wla sfra- j m.u,v mi..,. ,,()tmjs officii an; iirmu tunt m uv.M, t-'ifh as they had when fnxt ,-,.,,,( 1Vum a Rj vpi, ainomit 0f i;,()(t lir. t r-lean.-d oil, vi.: a strai ma ot vck- ))V tj. ,, 1;(U(,KS (.;i,ilV) ,!,., )y ,taWc matter, in mw ") J''-I lint uh;-!i ronsiun.-a larffv cjuarititit-a (;i,iriH.,,iMu--a hla:L hI, rontaium;,' ,,. M;u ,.,.,; ,.uw.'Jimeil and : o rnu-ju vf i";t.'t jtblc carbiinac.'i'oiis mat-t.-r a will can.-)'; them t' !!ii;iie, il'r.at to burn, whoa hcatrd. ij-ji'ij :L;!Liv;'.:c-d l'..u- a :-.!. thru ma: If.!.'.. will have. If the laiv I ins I n't tiMu: only, hiivfi a- t'fwu- !ctcly (tt'(.'Di:i;nv.'',.l and xy.:r''iialrd as l! it h:id IfiTi lairnrd. U M ... tnlnl.n n:ii' v will have boon absorbed by plants or wuuld havf! bum sunken intolhu :art,h ly ratna. If the tract shall bw-ri crop j'l'd sorm; tinn.' iheu thf sod ...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 15 March 1856

, micnia magazine r JL.U'Jji'i'J A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, VOLUME 1. 13 PUBLISHED WEEKLV BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM, J. SLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCEIPTION. TWO DOLLAr?EATlN' ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IP IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT -THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. V TEEMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square, (ten lines) one year $10 00 2 squares one yes r 15 00 For each additional square 5 00 1 square six months 0 00 2 squares six months 10 00 3 squares six months 12 50 For each additional square 2 00 . 1 square two months 2 50 For each additional square 1 00 Single insertion per square 100 Each additional square 50 Very liberal reduction will be made for those who advertise by the year. For announcing candidates for office the charge will bo throe dollars, in advance. BOOK ANDl?RINTiyQ. For the execution of this kind of work wo are prepared with a varied and extensive as sortment of BEAUTIFUL PLAIN & FAITGY JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, and aro re...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 15 March 1856

r. r , TW, fc cCl)fiyinrf0pr5lffnl LEVIS METCALFE, EDITOB. svTi;iif)AvrAuircifT5Tii, msl wuait,:r re"v, ha.vr 1 shown to bo just to tho .South, even with NATIONAL AMKRICAN TICKET. FOR rj'J'SIDENT VviW lUV lrrr T A Tin Pfr T 1Tf? I1 ( mai uniuu.i uuluiii'.-. i uui iu.u; uiui MlLLAHlJr I Ijlj.MUJth, (..m 1. ,r.iiivln n-Miinst our ticket bearing 0F KE,V 0UK' i- names of Fillmore and Donelsnn? We TOR VICE PRESIDENT, ' n.sk democrats to waive their parly pivju- AND. .T. .DONALDSON,: dice and answer if tin; American pnrty is OF TKNNKSSiBK, I II 0 1 SOIItld Oil tllO .sluVt'l' (jlll'Stioil, ? y!?? f P"!,M!.'u!L'!g 1 " !!! "f1 'f1"?' j Wo buvo expressed mid do now c.v Kansas and Nebraska Act Its press our dissent to the 'eschewing poli- Construction. cy, but we think other sections in the As there is much difference of opinion j platform entirely neutralize it, an 1 so say . . in both sections of tho Union upon the i our IVcesoil enemies. We do not pre proper construction of thin net, we wil...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 15 March 1856

T 9 .'"V 13 PUBLISHED WEEKLV BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND VM, J. SLATTER. TEEMOFSCEIPTION. two dolasXvearIn ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; 'PUREE AT T'JIE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. Extensive Robbery-On Wednesday . ' U ,-.4-'nrr nnm nf Messrs. j IlILMU iciai Mic ;uuuii.ii .? Houghton & Loughm.iller whs enter i cd, and drafts to the amount of seven hundred and fifty six tloyars taken out; about one hundred ft."1 twenty dollars in gold; near the sdmt1 amount in bills, principally on the To.nnes.se batiks; and upwards of six hundred in provisory notes. The public notes of the description' given in their card of caption, which may be found in another column. Newspapers giving notice to this fact will confer n, favor. rp We invite attention to the card of Messrs. Walker & Young in the issue of to-day. They' can make saddles, bridles, harness, ancf every thing else in their line to please those wl.n need such articles. We com mend them to the business commun ty, and hope they will mee...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 15 March 1856

Sgrirnltoril. Fixed Facts in Agriculture. 1. All lands on which clover or tho grasses arc grown, must cither have lime in them naturally, or that miner al must he artificially supplied. It matters but little, whether it ho sup plied in the form of stone lime, oyster lime or marl. 2. All permanent improvements of lands, must look to limo as their hasis. 3. Lands which have been Ion-? in culture, will he benefitted by the. ap plication of phosphate of lime, ami it is unimportant wheth the deficiency he supplied with honedust, uaiio, na tive phosphate of lime, composts of flesh, ashes, or that of oyster shell lime or marl if the land needs lime, lime alao. 4. No lands can he prserved in a high state of fertility, unless clover and 1 ho grasses are cultivated in the course of rotation. 5. Mould is indispensable in every soil and a healthy supply can alone he preserved through the cultivation of clover, and the grasses, the turning in of green crops, awl by the apphca tion of composts ri...

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