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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 June 1857

, - r,--.-.- '''''IjAji'l"- , Fl.i T H E WIN C;HE8-T:E:R ' I VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER,- TENN., JUNE G, 1857. .NUMBER' 21.. . L- 1 i THE INAUGURATION. o.in.t la n limit t( ha innnmirntnAf h I undeiHisned has just received a larger , a.i splondid assortment or. ' , ; SPRING GOODS, a very large assortment of v - FANOT'piONWET 8;';c: ,iiJ Trinminifs in Treat varinty ;, an extensive ilocK of cheap Muslins, with fine onen run nin? up to one dollar per yard. Some (tyls of Dress Goods entirely new;' Berngen, Crapede Espan, Silks, &c. ' . Also, a very )arge variety of Em broiduries. He flatter himself ' that he has a larger and . cheaper Block of . T Ladies' Collars than has ever been exhibited in the market. Gentlemens' Summer,, Hats, Boots, ; Shoes, &c, in abundance.' Linen Oottonades and Ready-made Clothes for. Summer. IA large stock of Hoop Skirts, and Whnlebono 4 and Crinolino for making them. lie has also replenished his stock of , . I drugs CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, School and Misc...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 June 1857

jjpBmnf !liutriuil. W. J, HLWTLKe 'T!1tn1 to tn party's, arbitrary iwr, Vi iollo.y truth whnfo'or -litl-wils tlm way." VIUDAYEVEIIlMa, JUNK 0, 1857. TUB CHOPS While we must know, that witch suflcring exists throughout our cotm- ry, ami especially tho Grout AVcst, u;i account of the iircity of grain irul other necessaries of lite, yet we vannot believe all that we sec in our exchanges. - Some of them represent many portions of the country as in actual starvation, that the larinm hfvve in von up all hopes for a coming crop, anil that dead hogs, horses iand cattle aro to be seen nlong the road-eich-3, having died from want of food. Now, we know that many portions of the country aro actually suffering on this account, and perhaps in a few in stances stock may have starved, but there ia not that horrible state of things that, is so ofien spoken of in newspa pordom. Wo know that provisions are scarce here, yet prospects are flat tering lor a bountiful yield this sum mer and fall. Several ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 June 1857

lrmmMI'T:rf.'M BY M i J. SLATTEU. gent Free of Postage la Franklin County. lgent "' thu Home Journal. ' nhn P. Hoffiwr. . WlnchMtef, Ttonemt, n7r K. Purvl, McMlniivHle, ' Im l-ettinflill Co.. . New York. CANDIDATES. jjgy Wa are authorized to announce Tax Newman as a candidate for rC. election to the Lower House of our next General Assembly. rnar87 ? fgjf We are euthorizod to announce C. A. Hunt a candidate bofore the peo pla of Franklin county, for a neat In the fower branch of our State Legislature. $5 We are authorized to announce John W. Custer as a candidate fpr Sheriff of Franklin County at the en tiling Mareh election. . may22 rj3 Candidates would do well to have their names announced at once. Vc charge no more for announcing them from now until the election than we would for only a week or so. banner to Hou. Will. JGdw. Vcna ble. The supper given to this gentleman, at Mrs. Sims' Hotel, on lastevening, was one of (he most perfect entertain ments, perhaps, ever gotten up in Win...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 June 1857

iMCrJhMfctl jC&Aim I A WW I !to the ct.8n.ir l-rnnlclin und &33E? MaimOTMSMa '.illtbe Acrieul urul l uir .t.tho n&43$ !ua.lAlnnv; (:l.u,l)i,lu(lK,,l),r tiM&MM iW V,.!IVI.n,rvUmuMok From (ho Cotton ITinti'V n.'l Soil of the Boullt. jPMiitntlou AV01K lor Juno. The corn crop of the planting tiitos tho importance of which, to o.ir suoewKS in tin plantation economy ut'the country, it is impossibltj properly to fully estimate is this month to U disposed of by what is usually termed the work of 'I tying by This i always a critical period to this very valuable crop, from various causps. iho most disastrous of which, however, is the work itself. Your corn, on land that has been properly prepared and judiciously worked up to this time, is growing thriftily and doing well, and is beginning to shade the laud to a considerable extent. It is now propf r that you stir and pulverise the sur face soil, destroying all young ernes and weeds, and thus ''lay it by." That this last workin...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 13 June 1857

: ' 'V, ' ' - " , , .iTw :. "THE WINCHESTER H O ME JQURAlr ' ' 1 fOLUME 1., WINCHESTER, TENN., JUNE 13, 1857. NUMBEll 22. HE INAUGURATION. L Sprinff i n''out to 08 inaugurated tho ' Vina t M o VAiaitAl n In nrn a.xi flulondia assortment of kpKING; GOODS, li ".' i .v . a very largu anciuriinuiH ui -ock ofohoap Muslins, with fino ones run '"inij up to one dollar per yard. Sumo .. n ,i r,, s:n,u Also, a very large variety of Em broidories. He flatters himself that he lias a larger and cneapor biock oi Ladies' Collars tlian has ever been exhibited in the rharkct. (Jeiitlcmens' oummer nam, uoois, Shoes, &c, in abundance. ' linen Cottonades . i ri .1 v o and ueauy-mauo vimocs ior ournmer. forgo stock of Hoop Skirts, and Whalebone "and Crinoline for making them. Ho has also replenished his stock of S, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, School and Miscellaneous 1 books, mmrnm, &c. YOUNG LADIES tmiillitrr fuihool are narlicularlv reonested i to examine tuo sioi'k, as uiey, anu an I others', wi...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 13 June 1857

t)f lii lned u run I W. J. Mt.Vi 111." riuili-ml Mi tin i HUy't irhllrary iway inilo.v truth wlnnror ue h uU tin iU llio way," W 1N01IKSTEK: FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 13,. 1857. tlT" Wo have deferied the publica linn of the Home Journal to a late hour, in order that w o might announce i tie arrival of tin comet, which, as our readers are aware, has been ad vertised to visit this terrestrial snlim! to-day. Of course wo have had no U-nrs of iho thing, our.se If, though we I'onffss that wc luivt! been somewhat uneasy concerning Ilia fate of those who cannot he moved, even by appre hensions of a general "bust up," to fay thr printer, and take a receipt in I'll!!, which i n reliable passport in any country :iny world. Hut the. t innet has f;ii!ed to come fit the hour specified in the hills and we rdiall waif on it no lunger. In our opinion, it is a humbug, any how, though de liujut;iUs may see stranger sights be fore a not her year. Better look sharp. !"Cr Our esteemed fellow-townsman, lion. ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 13 June 1857

iSljflfliitf Sininial II V H. J- SLATTJCU. Bout Free of Postage in Franklin County. AzcuM for tho Homo Journal. johB P. Htmier, . . . Jenrj H. Purvis, . . b. M.Vttlt)lU & CO. Wincheiier, TemiaiMs. McMlnnvllli, . New York. tan CANDIDATES. jj We aro authorized to onnoance Taze N. Niwman as a candidate for re-election to the Lower House or our next Goneral Assembly. mor27 We are authorized to announce C. A. Hunt a candidate before the peo ple of Franklin county, for a soot in tho lower branch of our Stato Legislature. . fiST We are authorized to announce John W. Cusraa as a candidate for Shoriflf of Franklin County at the en suing March election.. may22 fj Candidates would do well to have their names announced at once. We chargo no' more for announcing them from now until the election than we would for only a week or so. Harmonia Society. The performance of this society, on last evening, was attended by a large number of our citizens. We do not know precisely the number, but con cl...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 13 June 1857

Vlvait(:iKOs of roi-etliouxlit in r:irmiii Operation. In every occupation, the tliinliinj? man lifts the lulviuitnge. Closo, eon--I'cutivo, well-directi-tl thought, ul ways brings a rich rowurd lo tlie thinker. Whore any thing is to be perlbnnuil, forethought is necessary. To the professional man, forethought is an invaluable portion of his capital; s' it is to the merchant and the mc ehanic. To the fanner, it in absolute ly indispensable, llo might belter do without a team or a plow, what with out forethought. IIai'-ijazari) is a farmer without forethought. He sleeps or smokes when ho should be thinking. By him the long winter evenings arc drowsed away. Spring comes. Gentle sliow i rs, a balmy atmosphere and genial sunshine are ready to assist liim. lie has no plans laid. Seed time is at hand, and his fences are unrepaired, and his manure remains in unsightly heaps in his barn-yard. lie harness es his horses, and fastens them to the plow, which is found in the Held where ho turned ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 June 1857

. ,, N tor vjk'iu- .4ii r THE WINCHESTER HO IE J 0 U RNAL. VOLUME 1. THE INAUGURATION, ai Spring is about to be inaugurated the undersigned has lust received a largo no splendid assortment of SPRING GOODS, a very large assortment of FA INI MMET'- .ndfrinmings in great variety 5 an extensive itock of cheap Muslins, with fine ones run nine up to one dollar per yard. Some itylei of Dresa Goods entirely new; i. rinna 1a TTannna. Rilla. AIbo, a vory large variety of Em broideries. He flatters himself that he has a larger and cheaper stock of Ladies' Collars thin has ever been exhibited in the market. Gentlemens Summer Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c, in abundance. . Linen Cottonades and Ready-made Clothes for Summer. A large stock of Hoop Skirts, and Whalebone and Crinoline for making them. He has also replenished his stock of BRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, School and Miscellaneous BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C. YOUNG LADIES standing School are particularly requested to examine the stock, as the...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 June 1857

tijie Burnt Smtnuil. XV. 1. SL IT TKH. "ri(!'.hil to no party'n arbitrary twuy, We follow truth whiMn'or Wii.'loaiWtlie way." W INCHEST ti R : ITtTDAY 'EVENING, JUNE 20, 1857.' the melody of birds, the lain ceased, the thunders hunhal, the glorious kuu hiipjiilu-d the ferric with hid brilliant eye, and j6y beamed on the counte nnneei" of ilm buzzing multitude. Our heart was too Cull to speak. "The bitter pant, morn welcome In the awacll" niul so with us. We now felt happy, and with nn unclouded mind we eoin poamlly listened to (Jen. Harris in u rejoinder of two hours. ('id. Hatton lln-ii responded for half an hour, and then came (Jen. Harris atraiii. The affair concluded without Fact, You may insert it thousand excellent things in anewspupcr, ami ni:v rr hear o word of approbation or r'imurk from tho readers; but let n purasmph sllD ill fhtf npi-iilflnl fr iiiHift'r'rpni-rl nf ono or two lines not suited to their pe-j-'t fu. il"d we nincendy hopes that culiar tastes, and you will Us...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 June 1857

(Srl6ajitfJiunial Sent Frde of Postage in Franklin County. Home Journal WlurhMlar, TniiiiflmiU. MoMliinvllle, ' " . Nrw YufK. ' J(,,, P. Hejuir, S M.VcttiiiciH Co. ggjj" We ore unable to gloau nny news this week from exchonges, ns they con tain nothing aave multitudinous state ments concerning the "Difficulty at Fay ,tt8ville." ggJReacl advertisements of Lotteries in to-day's paper. What Shall bo Done?' As an organ professing to uphold home interests, morality, &c, we teel that it is our duty yes, a duty we owe to the community that helps to sustain us and in which we live a duty we owe to our self, to the world, and to our Maker to ift our voice against all such scenes as transpired on the squaro on Wednesduy night last. We allude to o young man whose conduct, although gentlemanly nnd upright, perhaps, when sober, is abomina ble when drunk. We don't remember ever to have heard more disgusting and obscene language used than was uttered by this inebriate at the time referred to, ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 June 1857

pfwwpu i i, 'LgLUl'.'HSJ ll'JJ-'J jJ2!lS!J2!-!2. . . , I : .:.:bW-K 1 (.Vdvortbement.) To the Voters of I'i niiklln County Fwxow Citizens: In placing my name before you lor a scat in your next legislature, it becomes necessary that I should in omo wny give you Home expression of my views, and the reasons why 1 have thus acted. Circurn stances being a little forbiding.I have chosen to do6o by this medium, as 1 deem it entirely impracticable forme, a citizen oi your own county, born and raised here, in the midst of you, and grown up with sentiment and opinions, I trust, in unison with the great majority of my countrymen, therefore you will be as well prepar ed to vote for me, as though I wan to travel this county all over, praise your wives and children, and use flattery enough to kill a dog. I am no party's candidate, I have not been invited to become a candidate by any party, and I have no party interests to subserve. Whatever has been my course hereto fore, are matters connected al...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 June 1857

THE WINCHESTER HOME i VOLUME 1. THE IHflUGURflTIOH. Ai Spring is about to be inaugurated the umlomigned has lust received a largo a in uplondiu assortment of SPRING GOODS, a very large assortment of and Trinmings in treat variety ( an extensive atock of cheap Muslins, with fi.no ones run ning up to one dollar per yard. Somo ityles of Press Goods entirely new; Berages, Crnpe de Espnn9, Silks, die. Also, a very Urge variety of Em broideries. He flatters himself that he has a larger and cheaper slock of Ladies' Collars than has ever been exhibited in the market. - Gentlemens' Summer lints, Boots. Shoes, &c, in abundance. Linen Cottonades and Ready-made Clothes for Summer. A largo stock of Hoop Skirts, and Whalebone and Crinoline for making them. He has also replenished his stock of ORUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, School and Miscellaneous BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C. YOUNG LADIES altondin School are particularly requested to examinn llio stock, as they, and all others, will find a gre...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 June 1857

if' 4 1; il Hi? ,'j.i! if f V.V A, ( U J. niiATT&.'wi 'T!f to rta "I'ty'i ar'atrvjr twv, We fallow truth wlinn.'ar aliolMilf ih Vfiy." WINCHESTER: miDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1357. ins cr.o?3. It shall be oi3 of uur cnpcchl t n denvon to hoop tho f.trrnirjjj portion of tho citizens of Frttriklm county pouted in regard to th5 crop? nbronJ. A: a nnttsr of count) wc can rely only up on what, our exchanges stay. And i: is n nio'it importr.nt sttSjoct, en a that iu mariila ranch atle-i'bn. rind m on" idinnU cvf-r wihV.! onlnrjrf r di miniah thn pnrrpoctj. Upon a ;joJ crop ynnr Jfp?n:bcvory buaiiioa'-j, and aa said b?i'ore, wa will ;ivo to all the tnoMt rolbiblc information of which wc arc? possessed. From nhnwt ovory part of the country wa have glowitv and chewing account'-; of the growing crops at'connta which wo cm safely rely upon. Xhe v!m;u.cio; i-: rcpiv Beatod ait beircj t'v.r.'.'i'.'iy btrjo and p"cmiriir.p;; and this vj litnAv, ft om obs?rv;Miua and hear sr.-ty, to bo the case in...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 June 1857

" BY . J. SLATTfilt. i" Seat Froo of Postajja ia Franklin County. i-redl ivr iuu ciomc joumni. jjlia I'. HaTuar, . . . . . Wlucuaater, TenriouMfl. (kor! H. Iirvli McMlnnvl'le, " p. M. Pottlnutll & Oo. . . . NrwYork. XT' It Uis boon suggested to us by rv friend in town, that en certain oc casions the Iadie3 should go sans crin c.mvv tho h6us3 havd not been mi liirg''d incn thermw fashion, an 1 the Foacfs between the stiats are as r.ar. row us ever. We didn't rmice any r ply, but thought that our friend was interfering where he had no business, and appaliiusc lightly of a fashion of which ha littlo kiiaw thu economy, tho comb:'t. the rilcjanco and tlm nccc: ii- Wuro wo not right, ladies? Tub Weather asu Natukr For morts than a mo.mh, vegedntim lint: boon rapidly advancing. Tho weath er, vi!i a slight exception, h is Imcn all th it could btt domrc J. Jay an 1 de light ara visihlo in every direction, thra'ighout llio diffident gradations 'cf uninia'fid bthv. Such lifo end action hav...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 June 1857

r'"ri """t'i- '' " " 7 1 III Uraiu f'roy of thn Pouth. If ii i.ow .froiici-nlly i:mvrU-otl licit, the Kfflitl lli'ijS'rwi:f. tif Mir ... ,i , ,. f ROOil, though ofeonrs till t'fiti:::ritt'a in regard to the Indian corn product nrv. yet entirely j;ri-mititri Tin- j:vsont weather, if'somowLiI i-ool tor li.f .s;t - non, cannot bo aid to b otherwise than very fuvorab!. Aluniote show er ami sunshine will be excellent, fur thn m.n'z", and ha ceitainly restored much of the injury threatened to the wheat by the severe wii.ter and back ward spring. Thin, it h in'mitted, h til most every where n;ipa- til, tiir.l throughout; iln p-eat gritin'rowing States of the North, Northwest, and West, whero the prospect, was at no time d.iri(i,7 tho fcc-nann ay discoun ting am in ih:5 South, there can be little to friar lioacofoi'th, except from too cor.inual moi.-stufo. The whr-at. crop thoiM may be xukl t. bo an a coinplish'v.l fict, with tho assistance j only of u:i average of eunyliiii.', and) Hubstra...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 4 July 1857

w VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, rTENN JULY 4, 1857. NUMBER 25. . ... - - - - - - - . . . . .... Jf - - .. , ' '' . ';'.'!..'. ,- )J. r,': ''',', ,''''''' ;.'V'.',', .'" ''" ' - ' ? . ' V - V; ' , , : V MtMdMMgMMMMMMw"iii.i hi in mil iMtm il ' itijj " i.iiiiiii tiwummmumm mi iTynTOiiiihi mu rmiiiiini mownmi nmmwiiiirnniiimMim nmm i n in nr r mi n jm m.r ninuiiiimn mnnjiiiiii.i.B.iiiiL lwi wwihiiiimp jiH-IILjluui mm I .. u.j.ijliu ,1,,,, the ' w icll Mm V; W'Q"1Xl f ' THE INAUGUBATlOti, kt Spring is about to be' iniugurated the oadoieigned has received a largo t n. splendid assortment of SPRHTG GOODS, a my large assortment of. IPANCY BONNET;; Dd Trinmings in great variety an extensive itock of cheitp Muslins, with fino one rim ning up to one dollar por yard. Some atyles of Dress Ooods entim!y now; ' Borages, Crape do Espano.SilkB.&c. . AIs a very largo variety of Em. broideries. He flatters himself that ha has a larger and cheaper stock of Ladies' Collars thm had ever been exhibited in th...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 4 July 1857

;llaine3iumtal. w. J. slatt!i:h. PMiM to no (nifty's Arbitrary wy, W follow truth tvlmrt'or ilmlMda llm way." WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4TH. K. II. Poimw's Aiericiilturnl Work. Below will be found on extract, from the Albany (N. Y.) Express, In relation to these machines, which are advertised in our paper by Michael Shoflfncr, agent for their sale at Shelbyvillc, Ter.n. Mr. Shoffncr has sold a large number during the past 12 months, in fort, more than any one ugont, having roceived the pre mium awarded to that agent who might sell the gTcntest number in a given time. But Mr, S. knows how to do. Not only is ho energetic, but he knows how to ad vertise, and to his liberal advertising may bo attributeJ the solo of ninny of his ex cellent implement;. One of the most extensive establish men's for the manufacture of Agricultural Implements, in that of R. II. Peuso in Bath, connectol with which there is n very large warehouse. This brnuch of manufactures whs unknown in this cily a...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 4 July 1857

Stutnutl nV W. J. KLATTEIl. Sent Froe of Postage in Franklin County, Agcut for the . Home Journal. joba (Mleriner, . . vt mcnemer, jciinnwo Ciiirg & ' McMlnnvllle, ," . H, M. Fitting!'! 4 Co, . Jw York. g&y" We notice from our exchanges ihot in most of tho neighboring towns the ciiizeiu have agreed to suspend business on din 4th (to-day.) That's right. It exhibits that q spirll.of . '70 still nimdtes die American breast. In omo places'. wo notice that sums, ranging', from 500 lo 5,000 dollars, have - boon HuWribod for appropriately celebrating the day. How (he good poopleof Winchester and Frank lin Cotinty will spend tho 'time wc know not, but right wo suppose Some that wo know of huvo gone to McMiniivillo to attend a celebration ihero, whilo a much larger number aro going to the "fish fry," a few miles 'from town, Hope all may have a good time, and re turn home with hearts benefitted by hear ing the glorious Declaration of Indepen dence read. Goto strangers - for charity, a...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 4 July 1857

WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4TlI;j - ' Plantation Work Tor July. In consequence of tho lateness of tho spring find coiwoqufiit bnckward ermrlition oftlie crorxs. both corn and cotton, much oftlie work of Juno wiI1 j w.- . i necessarily havo to bo continued into July. The corn crop is looking very well, tho' small, and sonic of it will require further work, which must, of course, be dono with care. Potatoes, for plantings, should not bo neglected. For this purpose, do not fail to put out, during this month, a half acre or more of vines. Prepare the ridges, and put the vines in the ground by cutting., doublu the lengil you desire them to stand; then double the cuttings and put them in as draws are done, with each end out The hog? are now in your oat pas tures; but if you intend to make your own bacon, you must still give them attention. You will have your corn in r stingear now in a few days, when cut and feed to your hogs libeftilly every night; they will eat corn, cob and sta...

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