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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 22 March 1856

Clie 7 $ A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN" AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, VOLUME 1. 13 rL'BL13HED WEEKLY PY GEO. E. PURVIS ANDWM. J. SLATTER. OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 equnro, (ten lines) ono year $10 00 2 squares one yea r 15 00 For caul) additional squaro 5 00 1 square six months 0 00 2 squares six months 10 00 ft squares six months 12 fit) For each additional square 2 00 1 square two months 2 50 For each additional square 100 Single insertion per square 100 Each additional square 50 Very liberal reduction will be made for those who ndvertiso by the year. For announcing candidates for office the chargo will be threo 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 JOB TYPE AND MATERIAL, and are ready to do all kinds of w...

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. — 22 March 1856

I,, Hint iinrfstfr5ljipfll " IEWI3 METCALFE, EDITOR. WTNCIIKSTKR: SATURDAY, MARCH 22X1), 1850. NATIONAL AMURICAN TICKET. . M FOR PRESIDENT M ILL A LI D F I LIVMORE, OF NI.W VOKK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND. J. DONALDSON, OF TE.NNr.SSEE. Q3 Our readers must excuse, the nppcarance of this week's issue of the Appeal. The thru; which we set apart for editorial duties ban been otherwise employed, but we hope wc have am ply supplied with the scissors what was duo from the pen. 1XJ3 The Louisville Courier advises the 'old line whigs' to join, with the democrats to defeat the Americans and after that is done they can reorganize into a parly to oppose democracy. "That is rich." Just help us to whip iSam, and then wc will whip you. .Such impudence we never he fore have witnessed, and wc see the democratic papers are full of such stuff. We won der if these old fogies are green enough to be seduced by such soft solder. It may be, but we do not yet think so. t is true that a great many tender loote...

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. — 22 March 1856

IM&. w.niiii.iMiiiwwi Hnw d iiXTf.'IW j)f!Binrliesfoi:efll 13 I'UDLISHIil) WliKKLY BY G EO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. ' nroFsuBscmTzoirT TWO DOLLARS A VEAR IN ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. una Remgioub. The second quarterly meeting of tho Methodist Episcopal Church commences at this place to day Rev. William Doss Presiding El der. Preaching this morning at 11 o'clock. - -. .- O3 A man was arrested at Pelham and brought to this place last Monday, on. suspicion of his having murdered McBride at Henderson, Tenn., which happened some time since. It seems that the circumstances amply justifi ed his arrest, as his actions, after he arrived in Peiham, ail tended to arouse suspicion. lie filled the description given in the Nashvillv Union by the citizens of Henderson, who offered a reward of seven hundred dollars for his arfestt In tho possession of this man was a pair of bloody pants, and in his pocket was found a deck of cards. Appearanc...

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. — 22 March 1856

igrintlfttrnl. From the American Cotton Planter. Good Hints in Plantation Economy. The following letter from ji long known and valuable friend in South Carolina, though intended for our own private eye, contains so many good hints in the practical details of planta tion economy, that we are unable to resist the temptation of sharing it with our readers. You will excuse the breach of trust, Doctor, as to the. let ter, the name we .shall 'keep dark." Ilwil furthermore afford our brother hip, Dr. Phillips, an opportunity to explain. It is not every body that can make a scooter plow, or explain it cither, after it is made; a little more light on the subject may not be unac ceptable. We shall anxiously await your proiniscn experience, uon i ut; i n 1... afraid of your own proper signature; the man that knows the value of ma- imring, vlmulrl ii.li if f,iii.. ;md .revive the credit too: En. Dr. Ci.oi.-u Ikur Xi F-jiiclo.sed vou will find one. dollar lor (He American , Cotton Planter lord- ...

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. — 29 March 1856

4 l? AMITY NEWSPAPER fiEVATEn Tft PnTTTOS. 1,01; AT. TNTEHESTsJ FAN l? HIV A Nil VMTUFQTin VPiVJ (iuwiurm)V J. ItXUXlUl XlUIIUi illiJH AAJ i' VOLUME 1. f li? $0inrl)fsfer5ljijieal 13 PUBLISHED WF.EKLV BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTF.R. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TWn DnT.T.AHS A VEAR IN ADVANCE: 1 tWO AND A HALF JF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE UL031S UF THIS VEAK. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square, (ten lines) ono year V squares one yeor For each additional square. . . . ; I square six months , 2 squares six months , 3 squares six months For each additional square 1 square two months I For each additional square Single insertion per square ! F.uch additional square ..810 00 . . 15 00 . . 5 00 .. 0 00 . . 10 00 . . 12 fit) .. 2 00 . . a so .. 1 oo .. 1 00 50 '. Vorir lihnral reduction will be miiile for ! those who advertise by the year. For announcing candidates fur office the chnrge will bo three dollars, in advance. ; " b!)0K AND JOB PRINTING. " i For the execution of this kind of work...

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. — 29 March 1856

r -"A - ' ' I ,ni. r - . a I a i ba; I -..'jrj'.l!iTli'tV!':'"?'"'."x 'i'CT CtJjr laHIIljjfSlfl ilMriil!!, !;!, otlor eb;,e::,,,.hat i, tl.e-r II'.WB KIlTC.VLrE. LDITO'il. v , V 7, i i f i"j p i.) ' ' !'' !: b. n :'"' i'.rd. An:l what ' sens oi' p-. lilies mid ia: who would .asuvii!v, l.trh will riehlv repay lime ! 11 -intr deeply improved willi your familiar with the Institution of slave N' 1 ' ' 1 '' iXl 'w.-m.i be' il;: nnilr :-aaald Mr. Ca-islam one, mu.-t fall upon the. o! her.-- L-m-m! in ivn-iin-it, as it cl'-ar! v "shows U.na-r-iM iomIv, and hfiiunm willing , rv or arc not coRnizaiit oi'tlic sullcring., r "PTi i 1 "iii,-'i .. ,( , .. ,i , , , ,. . i r ' ,' r ,i v , o I t'lir'.i' that nil iiilti'i:. in w'ih;'S or . ol I lit: poor whiles ol vuiir own eitv , , , . . 4 , ., , .. 1 nil- , , . s-n! i:!-:!?:: hosiilf lo tin? Ir.ct! ex trfS.;or you conltl liavts Joniul ob, erts more , .:;-:s i-I.--T-- avd?(v.h:-!ll.i yel to i ,muM nanly laremc t.-hous to a r!l,-n, lanat.eisiu, n taa...

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. — 29 March 1856

n'.ur'toioni iTiM ' i i dtWfO hrfwi m i "A il uim ZIP CqdlnQ 'or v Ts wraaav liV TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ; - ''TWO DOLLARS A VEAR IN ADVANCE; ' : TWO AN' I) A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; jTllitEE AT THE CLOSE OF THE VEAR. I EST Circuit Court is now in cession ,;,tthis place lion. A. J. Marclibanks itiJin.. We learn that but few coses jiriiti of importance have yet come up. : J ELT Ja 01U' i);lPt!l' to-tlny will be . '. found u copy ol' the law enacted by - th Li'fi'lshit lire on banking. It will , i 1 10 S"cn that b prohibits all H .inks, :; : cept the Slate institution, lioin i.v.ui; j' lei1 circulating bills of a has driiomi 'j.atioa than live dallars after lac liis, .!:: v ol' Scptet'iib .'r no.'. j OCT Oar elli-bat :,(! i i'!i'i.iin;::ij'.. y' l'o.atmasLi t, Mr. (b A. Simok, (,j 1 w ' 1 .Mres ns to. 'date fur tie: conw.nifi -r the public, that, J;e.;ordi;;;.r io a la' amiiuroinciit, t!ic mail I'm1 the rnilruitd ( '. ivill bo closed lifi-aio.-i' at pTeci.-elv 1 o'clock, P. M. i H There...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 29 March 1856

jlgrintlfitriil. ft I : r- i: .ik 1- ' .'v'A.-v.l. Fever Aorc3 aid better Cultivated. Tli.'iL tin' laniK t can iv;:!i.e unrc lVn;ii a. few acres more tliiirmiiily cul li vated, is a. tnil.li to which every sen sihlc man will readily consent ;;nnl yd, strange o say, nut. ori'i iii a thousand Saalh'.'Vn fanners, will n.d the the ory to practice. in Hiring this i'aet upon the aMen lina of our farmers yo:i will sehloai, ii'evei', iij-'cL with one who will not .-!--! 1 1 f to every a.-'S'Tt ion of its mi;" rior advan! a'es; iil yon will a!.-o h ir the old fo;ry reply, that, uah'ss you plan!. lnr;r:ly in the sprinir, you will l;:ive laiL little to jj'ailier in the fall. It, seems to lis that we arc so afraid of st arvation, that, we cannot, trust so lu'ieh to (lie resu! ot ibor :s to the all' eulti- yield of extensive li'd Is not vated. It is hard lo make one, who is accustomed to plant, more than he can tend, believe, that one acre with doub le the manure an 1 double the cultiva tion wil...

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. — 5 April 1856

j FRIENDS Mogmln I ; w.Z.P.CInflfor . " uLTT."?'?-r-"--'-"'' AWf" iki ra ill AFAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECnANIM, EDUCATION -INDEPENDENT ON AItTsOJECTs! ! VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 185G. NUMI3E.ll 8. I inrl)fsferefll IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. j TERMS OFSyBSCRIPlION. j TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE; i TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; J THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. ; TERMS OF ADVERTISING. i 1 square, (ten lines) one year $10 00 I 2 squares one yeor -;' 15 00 j For each additional square 5 00 j 1 equare six months G 00 i 2 squares six months 10 00 3 squares six months 12 50 For each additional square 2 00 1 square two months 2 50 I For each additional square 1 00 1 Single insertion per square 1 00 Each additional square 50 Very liberal reduction will be made for V those who advertise by the year. For announcing candidates fur office the charge will be three doll...

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. — 5 April 1856

ml LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. SATURDAY, APRIL 6TJI, 1856. NATIONAL AMKItlCiN TICKET. , "0R LSI DENT MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YOIK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND. J. I DONALDSON, OK TENNESSEE. Democratic Logic. The principal argument used by the democratic papers, at least most i:i general currency, to prove that the American party is unsound on the blavery question is that the Americans oppose the' democrats, and also that the black republicans do the same. Here is the syllogism: (and logical syllogisms arc always incontroverti bio). The Americans oppose democracy. The black Republicans oppose de mocracy. Therefore the Americans arc black Republicans. Their reasoning is of this kind : A man has a head. A horse has a head. Therefore a mnn is a horse. - Beautiful lopic ! Well, it is always said it is a bad rule that wont work both ways, so let us try the genuine ness of democracy by their own rule: Democrats oppose Americanism ; Black Republicans oppose Ameri canism ; Therefore Democrats arc B...

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. — 5 April 1856

13 rUBLISHED "WEEKLY BV GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERMS 0FSUB5CRIPTI0N. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE: TWO AND A HALF JF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. A Call. The friends of the American par ty are hereby called upon to meet in Winchester on MONDAY EVE NING, for the purpose of choosing delegates to the Convention to be beld at Shelbyvillc In MAY next to choose an Elector for this Con - gressionnl district' J There are those who find fault with a man for being idle, and at the same time use all their influence to turn business from that same man's hunds. t)oes any body in Winchester know of such a person ? It is very common in some places. MisTAKE.-Our paper on the first page is dated March 5th, it should be April 5th. . tfj" We see by the Huntsville In dependent that Huntsville is likely to be lighted with gas. A company has been formed, and the amount of $1,000 has been subscribed. It is thought the stock will be profitable. Brought it Back. The pocket-boo...

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. — 5 April 1856

Slgririilhiritl. r , 1 f rtt Educate the Farmer Wis intend no disparagement to the system of agricultural education pro posed in the establishment of district schools, and proiessorsnips ior mai purpose, lor we bail them as valuable co-laborers in the cause of agricultu ral improvement, but we insist there is a butter, a cheaper and a morn cer tain mode oi educating the agricultu rul class than by this method. Agri cultural schools, we have said, were valuable instrumentalities for this pur pose; we might have said, they are in voluble, for the accomplishment of a thorough education in all the depart ments of agricultural science; but there is another system ot education which, for the purpose of the general enlightenment and improvement of the mass of agriculturist, far exceeds in value and importance all the agn cultural schools and professorships in the land. Our readers doubtless an ticipate us in the announcement that the Agricultural of all agencies for agricultural educa tion...

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. — 12 April 1856

FRIENDS Magoiln umi ZIP .Cdlna for ....... - w1 I'M M.I i J ill rFAmrTOPAPER----DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWSAGKICULTURE, MECHANISM,, EDUCATION INDEPENDENT OX ALL SUBJECTS. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATUilDAY, A PHIL 12, 185G. NUMBER 9. not a little surprised Mary. They made various efiorjs to force open the door, all the while uttering the most dreadful threats, that if sho did not ODen it and let them in, they would GEO. E. FTJRVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. murder her child, and then burn down the house over head. Alas, poor Ma ry I she knew but too well that death $8inrjf!3tn:?iil IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i..n , Tr nt nro nr tup vpio iner the door baiTCd. 1 llC'V ill lengtn HUM A I uv imu , . !,l!- TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 gqunre, (ten lines) one year 2 squares one year For cacti aauuionai square 1 square six months 2 squares six months 3 squares six months For each additional square. 1 square two months For each additional squar...

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. — 12 April 1856

mm 1EWI3 METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER: SATURDAY, APRIL 12TIJ, 1330. .NATiQ.V'AL AM Kith) AX Tii'liE l'. PRESIDENT MILLARD FILL MORE, OP NEW YOUK, FOR VICE PRCSIDEHT, AINTD. J. fiONELSON, of T:;.v.VE5sr.n. District Coircnticn. Wo do net wish to forestall public sentiment even it' we could on any quccticn; but the present contest in Tennessee is likely to be a close com bat, nnd hence iho great importance of choosing candidates for electors able to carry orr principles in triumph and tuccern. Wc do not know whom the democrats in thi3 district will chooro, but it is more than probable that Mr. Thomsa, of Maury, will bo iho man.- lie h perhaps the strongest man thry have, if we may except Mr. Carter, of thiscountv. The ability of Mr. A. S. n , . p-n ... ... 1 Colvar, of Franklin c6unty. has been , ., ,. , satisfactorily tested in several lourna- . , . , , , ir ments during the past year with Mr.- r,, 11P 1 rhomas, and wc know of no man who ,, , , , , , so well understands the tact ot tn...

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. — 12 April 1856

FRIENDS Mogozliw him ZIP Reding lor Cjjf'inrJjrGffrljijifnl IS MULISH R!) WBF.KLV nV OEO. E. rURVIS AND W,l. J. SLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. rnrrt nnT.t.VRS A VF.?R IN ATiVAVPP. TWO A NO A ITALF IF IN FIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. Railroad Accidents. Several railroad accidents have oc curred during this week in this coun ty, urnr Anderson, by which two or toA Itvne Vifivn boon tact Wo b.'iVft , , . , ' , . , not learned the particulars, but under- (l,f i rt frin nf no ta llfnmo Tsiaiiu ui"i v.iiv iitnn u. vui.3 v..v. detached from ihe engine, nnd run backward down grade until they camo into collbion with another train be hind, at a frightful velocity, smashing several cars to pieces, and killing sev eral persons. Another man, on the next day. got his hand torn olTiu coup ling two cars together, which must have been negligence. i O3 There is an interesting revival of religion now in progress in the C. 1'. Church at this place. Son. or the South. The proprietors of th...

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. — 12 April 1856

3KS ilgriniliuntl. The Pumpkin. A correspondent a.-;ks us, what we think of 'Pumpkins' as an article of iood for stock. Ve havo r.n opin ion on the subject, but regrf t. tint wr huvc no orptric'ie to bai'k it, as wo hnvr. never ho 1 much to ibi wUIi their.. We think, however, that the pumpkin, properly prepared is a yojj food lor ctttlc orhoj?, and withtil, a very re ypfjetablc! avliok of rlict for man. We arc ia th-1 ha'it, in this country, of euau'emiiiii liCV-'ra! things a.s worth less for stock feeding vdik'li are held in liihvep!i!c in oilier .sccliun-s, v. hero n!3 the ft tilt is ia cur r.'irale ofTccJin'j them. Turnip:-;, ibr ia?;faaee, are pro notjiiced by !-:o;ji;j per-'nis lobe, no ac count for stork l'r.'.-lin;,', and indeed tho enfil.ys'i'5 of thorn senu to corrob orate t !i i s estimate, but we know that turnips properly prepared, roast itiUe an excellent food for out,! in and lino-?, and they are tin; ahiiust exclusive de pendenec for fond ia En-:ii.-;h e!i;ep buabnudr...

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. — 19 April 1856

SB )C tefittl)Bttt Sipped. ' A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION-INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1856. NUMBER 10. i s1 i " ts PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. FLATTER. TERMFSlTBSfPTION. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE; TWO AND A HALF IF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE ULUSIS V? 1 ilti YKAK TEKM3 OP ADVERTISING. Ailvrrtisenients inserted nt ono dnllor per pqu'iro lor tho first, nnd fifty cents for cacli puhtif quent insertion. A liberal discount mailo on yearly advertisements, lsqunre, (ten lines) ono year $10 00 2 arum roa one year 13 (10 scum res ono year. i 15 (If) 25 00 7 00 10 00 13 1)0 18 00 5 00 8 00 10 00 13 00 F.ir no halt of n column 1 square six mnntlis . 2 squares six months 3 equnres six months For one half of n column. . 1 square three m-ntliH.... W Piju-i res three months. , f! squares throe month?.. Forone half of a column. . For annou...

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. — 19 April 1856

diiirj)dfrStiffal LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOIL WINCHESTER: . SATURDAY, APRIL 19TII, 1850. NATIONAL A.MKIUUAN TICKET. F0R PRESIDENT LLAHD FILLMORE, OF NF.W YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND. J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. nszsrrmmt Effect of .Foreign Immigration on the Slavery Question. Wc ask all reasonable men to look utile following extract from a report of lie Secretary of the Massachusetts Emigrant A'ul Society concerning their objects and plan of operation, lie s-iys: "There is reason to believe several thousand men of NeV England origin propose to emigrate under the auspi ces of some such arrangement this very smniiMT. Of the whole emigration from Europe, amounting to some 400, (100 e.rsons, there can he no diflieulty in inducing thirty or forty thousand to Ifi'.r. th't direction (to Kansas.) It determines in the right way the insti tutions of the unsettled territories, in less time than the discussion of them has required in Congress." The Jiiuiir way! Here is .shown the way by which thes...

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. — 19 April 1856

IS rUWJSUED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J.' SLATTER. TERMSOFSUBSPTION. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE: TWO AND A HALF JF IN SIX MONTHS; THREE AT THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. JUST Let It be Remembered by the Delegates to the Shelbyville Conven tion that THURSDAY, THE FIRST DA Y OF MA Y, is the day on which said Convention meets ! SrEciAL Mail. Wc arc elated with joy to learn from our Postmaster, G. A. Shook, Esq., that he is negotiating to have a special mail from this place to Decherd depot. Should he suc ceed ho will most certainly entitle himself to the thanks of every person that has to do with the mails. As they are now managed there is no di rect connection between the stages and cars at all, the mail leaving here i'or Decherd only two miles distant at five o'clock, P. M., and lying over there until one o'clock, P. M., next day before leaving for Nashville! A special mail will obviate all this de tention and give satisfaction to busi ness men. Our paper, mailed early on Saturday ...

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. — 19 April 1856

C7-'Jii'l).-i u -ii Jm jdjjujui 1,1 ii fw grintlfttntL The Science of Agriculture. Much lia-5 been said of !;itc: years about the science of chemistry, as ap plied to ayrieulture, and, although I urn the last man to utter a syllable agaiiiit true science, still ! think it very questionable whether the suh stanlial b.siieilt, which has been so fir produced, ha.-, not been overbalanced by the injury whieh has been inllicfed on the community in its name by' the ignorant innosiors, who nre deeeiv- fc:i the ct'(:dalou.i with their various I rostrums r.:ul humbugs. 1 do not in tend to tlcpreeiate the l;;bors of those really scientific men. who have ad vanced cert. nir. theories in regard to ihe implication of chemistry to agri culture; i'or uotvvii fist.'imJ i njjf practice may no'- have fully eslablished the truth of their first impressions-, still the direction yiven lo the human mind :y tiio.se researches, mnst cveul uallv Q: pro lue lveot important discover iF;j. (Vie of tie; favorite...

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