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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 9 January 1858

EXTRA. THE HOME JOURNAL ur u. j. slat i i u. "Pledged to no party's arbitrary away, We Follow truth where'er he lead the way." .SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9. OCT9 Wo issue only an extra this wrick in order to nccommol;itt ad- vcrtisp.rs, and let the people know that the Home Journal will appear wxl wek, and regularly thi'ic-allcr, in li'i improved condition. M tny ur tides will appear next wtmk, tfio late noss of whicli is ovin to un i void i Ula circuinslances. We. have a draw er full of original compositions of poetry and prow, besides a splendid Premium Tale, all of which shall be published in their order. We have also procured force suffi cient to allow m more time for attend ing to the editorial department. In fact, our expenses will be more this year than last, but. we hope to receive additional encouragement from the public. Are there any in Winchester or Franklin County who do not subscribe for their home paper? Yes, indeed there are I Ought they not to sub scribe? U it not t...

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. — 9 January 1858

SATURDAY,' JANUARY OTH, 1868. Wd Hve a beautiful little Italian mar ble tomb-stone for lale suitable for a cbiia. Price $10. It costs the New York Central rail ro'id Company one million three hun. dreel And fifty thousand dollars a year for wood. . mil i In some parts ofCnntral Africa, ivo rv is so abundant that Dr. Livingston tlw seventy elephants' tuska around one chief's grave. The farmers in New Jersey, in 1855, lost three millions of dollars by keep in" their produce bade till the couu try was blockaded with snow. Nashville Bank Note and Exchange List. ... , KAnliirku lianka 2c nrem Kentucky banks 2c prem Louisiana " par Southern Lank par Citizens' I auk par Comr.io'ciul l.ajik pur Duck's Hank pur iixchunse Hunk (except mnatl nutesi par 11. ni nr Tennessee par Union Hank Planters' Hank Merchants' Bank City Hn , Traders' Hank Bank of Commerce n the Union Ciiattaiiooj Memphis a America Klver Hank . ifna.i par jiar par jiar par par par par Farmers' Lank jiar ' . ..I. ... ..t.l.ll....

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. — 16 January 1858

WINCHESTER JOURNAL. VOLUME II. WINCHESTER, TENN., JANUARY 16, 1858. NUMBER 2. T H E H 0 M E Terms of Advertising. mm nn . IS 00 18 00 . 20 00 ' " 4 " ' .,, . . . . 76 00 ZttiUm91Wl . " .40 00 oTtA.- - - ' "Sg ,or Ten llns (or lew) coiurtltut. one iquar Ho writ. ''T.SlCommunloutlon. tnd editorial notice charged ,1 doublo the above ratea. KEWSPAPEE IAW. . a ii iubscrlbera who do not give express notice to thl"eotr2ry' arc considered as wishing to continue their .ubscrlptiuiis. discontinuance of their pa- he iSlwtohw mav continue to send them until ar. rearaws are paid' ,,., A ..u n,ir mmn ivnitTthe Dost olTlce to which they are sent, they are held from the po ... Beitiea. and their paiiors Sd to discontinued. AnivtriniRfi. ,nl Kftor .tlits date (November 1st, 1867) we shall .110WTBN UN.S or an obituary, but,all over that will be 'I 13 i the rate of one do ar for every ten lines or nlWe WILL NOT VIOLATE THIS HULE FOH ANY person and we shall continue to keep this notice stand, ii w that...

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. — 16 January 1858

r T11K HOME JOURNAL KY H. J. KLATTLU. tn n putty's arbitrary Hwf, W Pillow truth whars'er alio IimiW the way." AVI NTH EST KR: SATURDAY MORN'G, JANUARY 16. lA .xi Advoi (isiiiK. Wc m:u ibal Mr. Robs, in the Senate, lias introduced n bill repnali n; the sec tion of tin! net of 1850, which requires .Sheriffs lo udvertiso their sales of luinl ii ml negroes in the newspapers, and to pi) back to iho old mode of nulling up tho notice in writing in some public place. In our opinion, it oii-ht not to pass. While the old laws in relation (o oiicial und legal ndvurtisiii', wero sufficient for the times in which they wero fir.t ennc led, they are very iiiuilo'jiiata to the de mands of tliu present, and are fur behind ihe progressive spirit of the iifin. When there wera few newspapers in the conn try, mid mail facilities were so scarce that only a h m a 1 1 number of people, who liapdcn jd to live convenient to a mail route had an opportunity to obtain newspapers, the old system of posting lega...

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. — 16 January 1858

SATURDAY,' JANUARY 10, 1868. , flj An editorial relative to a new hotel in Winchester, and one in re lation to the Southern University, are crowded out this week. Many com- .,iattons are on hand, some of which we will publi sh, but others we will not on account of their length. J On our outaide will be found our carrier's Address, written by Mrs. C. Graves, whose verses have here tofore enriched our columns. Itpos .psses much more merit than is usual with such productions. Also, will be found another poem by the same one. We are always glad when an issue of the Journal contains anything from the pen of Mrs. G., and we know our reader will be delighted to learn that as often as engagements with o'her periodicals permit, sho will favor us with a piece for publication. Wellington agdln. We have stated several times that Wellington was going soon. Now, we bate to tell stories, yet this man has made us tell several. What 'can tin ho staving- for? We reckon it is to make money. Well, then...

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. — 16 January 1858

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, lU.w. Lritc-i' from I'rofitouii. AJji. Editor ; Now I propopo to mldieRS yon fo tiiiiL upon fv nnvv ,suliji't:r. Il would netdlcss lor mo lo bo eWnmlly Imr-rarigi-uMii; yon nUul our sJovtnly way of furriiiii, lor J prwuni'.' I Jmvt) con vinced fill wliom I .slml! bo n.blo, tbiit I have jtnwutrd tlio i i;;!it llicory, and I wuinni. all v, lio prnctico nl'trr my instruction;, plenty of corn. 1 intend, hliould 1 In; pei'iiiitted, wlnil ihu sea son ol t!ii; ye.'U' ;i ppi'oiiclies soirie (K aicr, to Ihat our fanners will not forget, lo ;jivo tin Lest plan for pre paring and planting the- crop of Jw.r)H. Knnners who intend sowing rass seed in tint spring, had better break up the land designed for grass this uiiifer, and let (he freezing pulverize, tin; re (Is. A'oiv look, hmv the com mon way of sowing our grass seeds Las almost always r'-snlted iu a fail on a fact hiioun lo nearly every farmer in tliU country; a fact, too, which has done great injury to our eouulry. ...

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. — 23 January 1858

v f T H E r, W I N C E ST-E R H O M E J O U R N: A L VOLUME II. Terms of Advertising. if? ?.' ,"..' ... .... . J . - . . t iree q! Ar of column on. year, . i ,i h. f column one ymr, S , q irier of. column ne year, . . 0 Column .lx monlW.) . - ? ,, throe " ! e'Snrnt InertTon, if ie. than 3 month,, t to no oo . 20 00 W 00 no oo 40 oo ai oo . AO oo 3,3 on . no oo 20 oo 1 oo so ST Ten lines (or less) constitute one square No vurlt. Klramu'nlctlon and editorial notices charied ,1 double His above rates. KIW3PAPEB LAW. i Ul aiibscrtbern who do not give express notice to HiBCOiitrary are considered us wishing to continue their h,Clf''8lK'rllers order the discontinuance of their pa prriTtlie publisher AV continue to send them until sr. "i r"ff subscribers neglect or refiise to take their paper. f-miTtlie post otneo to which they are sent, they are held nJno nihle until the hills are settled, and their paper ordered tu he discontinued.. OBITUARIES. Vrnrn and after .this date (November 1st, I...

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. — 23 January 1858

senco of her boh, sdio ventured into tlio . house, "Is Mr. Hoffman hero?" she inquired faintly. , Tho question had to bo repoutml sover ul timed before hho could golufi answer, "Can't tell the nuinos of any of my customers," roploJ the mislrefs o( "The Crown and Mugpie," snappishly. "Perhapa you.wjll oblige iu by ascer taining." 'Too busy, ma'am! Hot wator fynUyl 'Throe and' (right-pence, sir. Half-ami half direrlly! "You can't .30 in there!," shouted the laij.ll.iJy, o RacUl was making li r way toward. thu jiorliij, "Mine is a rcpec. tabic house; I allow no females beyond the bar." "Bui I am Mr. Hodman's wifo," "So ibey all kAV," answered ., the wo man, with a micer. Thuro was a conr.-e, mocking laugh from the crowd of half Jrunkcn wretches Man, ling near, The eyes of RicharTl (lashed angrily; but the voice, and Mill more, ths imploring look of his mother restrained him. "I. el u.'i return homo," alio said, in n flfxpairinp tone. "I foul faint and sick hi henrt." And leaning on the...

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. — 23 January 1858

23, 1858, why tyo We notice in nearly all of the news paper throughout the State, that when an election is to bvt held, notice is given by advertising in the county papers. In Franklin county two or three written notices are stuck up, and that's all. It will only coat a dollar or two to give general publicity of the fact, by advertising, tt.s it ought to be done. . - jJieyNOTICE. "Inhalation in Con sumption." Sco advertisement under this head in another column. (Jin Tomb-Stone for Sale. Wo have a beautiful little Italian mar bio tomb-stone for sale suitable for a child. Price 40. Tennessee Temperance Monthly. We have received the 1st number of this monthly just started at McMin villc, Tenn., with David P. Wallace as publisher, anil a host of talented men and women as contributors. As it is the only Temperance publication in t he State, we think it should receive the unanimous support of the friends of temperance. Tin work is neatly gotten up and is filled with excellent matter. .Suc...

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. — 23 January 1858

'KjZt;,,'i r.,v ,,H. . :'ry- ,rrar SATURDAY MOllN'O, JANUARY" 23. M. W. IIOUINSON ikoniNSorv To Make Uooil ISiM-uH. Take one. quart of flour, hnlf h tua spoonful of salt, Ilit hv of a turkrv egj? of fresh buter, itnd work up with new milk to a proper consistency, so iiH to muko tfitf dough; then work find boat with th wide nltfn of u heavy llat-iron (smoothing iron) until blisters rtiisii in thu douyli; then nmkf? "nil shape the biscuit with the. hand, and b.ike with h hIovv lira until thorough ly donj. i'ho biscuit will bo white in tlio innidc, light, well done, spongy "ood and wholesome; but if rollfd with a rolling pin, nn,d cut with a knife, thrv will b crisp, but not, so spongy. it n w riL lain tnu oi.; n ii m il i and cold water instead of milk and butter bo usoil the biscuit will be found excellent, rierhniis better, and will keep sound a mouth iujhot or cold weather. If the biscuit arc preferred brittle, or moderately hard, temper them with morn or less lard to suit thu tast...

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. — 30 January 1858

WINCHESTER JOURNAL. VOLUME II. WINCHESTER, TENN., J ANUARY 30, 1858. NUMBER 4. THE H 0 ME Terms of Advertising.' , square one year, - t ?. a " " ? A... mimim one year, ffO 00 m no 18 00 so oo 7(1 00 AO 00 41) 00 !M 00 60 00 31 00 30 00 80 00 ? re, quartfrs of cowmn oneycar, . . 1 ,. Ml! column one year, Suirter or column one year. . SLlouinsi months,) three " hir column tx monin. .. throe months, t'&Tnt M If l- than S months, ' 60 KaCII U'""H ..(,.(.nn..niir Nil var l. 1 00 03" Ten line" r """ - ''oSlCon'munlcatlone and editorial notice, charged tl double the above rates. HEWSPAPEB LAW. ,..11 subscribers who do not ijiye rxpres notice to the contrary are considered a winning to continue their '-IrCbscribeM order the discontinuance of their pa- i prrMhe publisher MAY couunue lo ee mem ui.u. ! f'?r"??.'';ri!l!n.lM Mreflise to take their papers I , 7 L n st olfice lit whir li they are sent, they are held til iihWtll the bill" are nettled, and their paper .ordered to be discontinued...

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. — 30 January 1858

THE 1 IOM I : JOURNAL by u. .1. siwoit.h. "I'lmlRi'il in nip4ily' arliitiitry sway, Wc fulluw ti'iilh wliero'oi' ahfileudn(he way," WrNCHKSTKU: SATURDAY MOKN'd, JANUARY 30 4'oiihlu't hv. ItoiiKlit. Im medi:vtcly aft or tin? locution of tlui Southern l.Tnivt:rs!ty, the. Clmtta iKioga Ailvi.'rtisi.T ciunn out arid di;ir,' oil the Hisliops with all torl of trench cry ami meanness; and ever since lias been tecminy itself with ahuso cou cerniiifj Scwanee, iStn. In connection with this wc must tell an item. When the Ui.shops were visiting tho silo near Chattanooga,, known as Look Out, their expenses during their stay in the town and traveling to and from Look out amounted to over $1000, which was paid hy the Corporation of Chat tanooga, and now that Chattanooga has failed to get the location, Ihc Ad vertiser leels quite diagramed that the Uishops were too sensible, too hon est, too noble to allow themselves or their true opinions to be swerved by such a palpable sign of petty de ceit. The...

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. — 30 January 1858

JANUARY '30, 1858. The Leotubk. Bmir's Panorama. A large audience, wort), in attendance on Wednesday evening last at the ex hibition of this Panorama. , Some of the paintings appeared very pretty, tind were complimented by many und severely criticised by others. Not be in" a good judge, our opinion would not be of much weight. , ,; As to the Lecture, it was quite intcrcsiiny: in many respects as -well ;lS instructive, yet vc must confess the style of the lecture was encumbered with two much vanity to make such rtu impression as it would have done otherwise. In general, the lecture and paintings no doubt created meditation und thought, in the minds of all who love knowledge and seek wisdom in order that they may understand the beauties of nature and her wondcrous works. The B illoon Ascension. Great was the excitement in town on Friday and Saturday nights last. To attempt a lull description of the scenes of both nights, would be as futile as it would be absurd. Words arc inadequate t...

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. — 30 January 1858

SATURDAY, JANUARY no, 1858. I'rm tho Valley Farmer, IlalsiiiK uiKl Feeding Hons. Editors Yau.kv Fahmkr:! will give some suggestions about breeding and raising hogs. At the outset select a good arid thrifty breed. If they cannot bu bad, don't got any until the opportunity oilers; for it is better to have none than 'land sharks' and lb rift loss breeds. The male hog should be kept in a lot to himself and well fed, but not made fat. The l'etnales should be lot to him in De cember, in order that the pitfs may :ome in mild weather. When the sow is about to farrow, so pe rate her from all others. Allow her to go oil and make her bed to herself. After she had farrowed, feed her for some time at her bed, t hat she may become attached to her offspring, and not allow other pigs to suck her. If per mitted to leave her bed too soon in search of food, her pigs will be depriv ed of nourishment by older ones crowding them oil". In orde to secure large, strong, and healthy pigs, the male should not...

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. — 6 February 1858

THE VOLUME II. Termi of Advertising 1 wniaro ono year, it it . . to 00 . laoo ii . ' - . . . in nn ii ll . ' . t to 00 a,tet3SK- . . -gs Ono column six months,! ' 0 00 u.7 throe . : 1 Ton li ncs (or lew) constitute one square No varla. "Torwnal1 Communications end editorial notice chargd l double the above rates. NEWSPAPEE LAW. f All subscribers who do not give express notlea to to contrary are Mnsidorcd as wishing to continue their suhscriptloim. . order the (1UcontlnullllC0 of thelr p.. P,ri7the publisher mav continue to send them until ar. TilffflrllSri neglect or refuse to take their papers vnm it . noat olllce to which they are sent, they are hold Wonn''J . until the bill, are settled, and their paper, ordered to be discontinued. OMTUAUIES. ., fr.this date (November 1st, 186T) we shall .itoTunoWu.ry, but.!! over (hat will be , 7 rate of one dollar for every ten lines or f 6 We WILL NOT VIOLATE THIN RULE FO ANY less, we w iuu , k lh, , ,i.n,i. Ff so thaino one .nay be' eu.prl.ed...

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 February 1858

; IE HOME JOURNAL BY H. J. NLVTTFH. I'lmlidJ to noptrly't arbitrary away, '.'c follow truth where'er the lends the wy. i.vuxijixuuua WINCHESTER: SATlifiDAY MORN'G, FEBRUARY C The Bank. Ve are glad to notice tho exertions in ing made by many of our citizens to t cure the branch Hank of the Bank f Tennessee, at this place, the one at Shelbyville having been destroyed by fire a short time since. Wo can not see why Winchester ought not to to have it. It is the most central point in this district, and the most accessi ble. In less than 12 months wo will be within two hours railroad run of Faycttcville, while already we arc in connection with till the other points. Winchester is the place for the branch Uank, and knowing our superior ad vantages we are strongly inclined to believe our hopes for obtaining it will not be blasted. rnivcrsiiy of tlic South," and Franklin Comity. At a meeting of a large number of I he citizens of Franklin County, Tcnn.. at the Court House in Winchester, On mot...

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 February 1858

hnrhoodortne ocauon 01 w ,t Montgomery, ever since tho year 1818 that he does now, and hm for a Meat many vears, lived within four miloa of said location --that the last caBe of milk-aicknoss with nv person, whito or black, man, woman or chilo, he has either known or heard of, was about thirty years ago-that he never did know or hear of any milk-sickness nearer limn fivo miles to the point where the school j l0 b situated that about tho year 1820, not lator, tho people in one or the coves nbo'it five miles from tho location, built a fence around a piece of country supposed to contain milk-sickness. This fence lasted five or six yoa" was never repaired or rebuilt, rotted entirely down, and aince that time there has been a quiet upon the subject ot milk-sickness. There has been no fence here to indict any person for throwing or Lying down ; and affiant never saw nor heard of any placard warning any person not loave down or put down any fence, and in forming them of the great danger of...

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 February 1858

"iii ii I'. . I L 4 J i n 1 .K i m I it i' i IT .at SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 30, 1858. Koceipts. To Catch Owls. If troublesome to your poultry, set a stccl-trap on the top of i polo, near the hen-roost, and thry will certainly bo caught. , To Make Stickinu Salve. Three pounds rosin, half a pound mutton tal low, half a pound beeswax, and a table-spoonful of sulphur, melted, poured into cold water, and worked and pulled an hour. Keeimno Cider Sweet. A pint of mustard seed, put in a barrel of cider, will preserve it sweet lor several months. 1 have drank fall cider in the month of May which has kept sweet by this means. Cement for Broken Ciii.va. Stir plaster of Paris into a thick solution of gum arabic, till it becomes a viscu ous paste. Apply it with a brush to the fractured edges, and draw the parts closely together. In three days, more or less, according to dryness and temperature of the air, it will be per fectly dry, and the article cannot be broken in the same place. It is white and d...

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 February 1858

THE VOLUME II. THE HOME JOURNAL BY W. J. SLATTEK. Pledged to no party's arbitrary sway, We follow truth where'er the leads the way," Terms of Advertising. square one your, ' 41 Sio on lli 00 18 00 SO 00 16 00 CO 00 40 00 25 on bo on 3S 00 30 on 20 oo 1 00 60 2 3 ii it " , 4 i. ii . . Ono column one year, Throe quartern of a column one year, . One half column one year, . One quarter of a column one year, One column six months.l . 'i three " . One half column nix months, ii three months, One square one Insertion, , Each subsequent Insertion, If less than 3 months, VJT Ten lines (or lets) constitute one square No'varla. from till, rillft. I ersonal Communications anil editorial notices charged at double the above raios, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. r-2 oo 2 50 3 00 lbs following liberal terms are offered to Clubs: 3 copies fot - - - $ 5 00 S copies for - ' - - - 8 00 10 " " ... 15 00 15 a . . - - 20 00 f:s3 Subscriptions for a shorter tim...

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 February 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL BY W. J. SLATTEK. 'PlwlgoJ to no party's arbitrary sway, We follow truth wlnre'er she leads the way." WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNTi, FEBRUARY 13 The Southern University. The last Athens (Tenn.) Post, in an article about the Southern University, refuses to comply with our request for it to publish the letter of Dr. Shapard, Baying that it " has no disposition to get mixed up with the ill-natured newspaper controversy being carried on about it," and adds, that " if the Institution were designed as a Roman Catholic Monastry, wherein to breed ascetics, Sewanee would be the very place for it." Now, ain't that philosophy?! To talk about young men becoming ascet icn where fourteen or fifteen hundred are likely to be together all tho time, and in immediate railroad connection with the whole world, besides being surrounded by hundreds of good cit izens, and a country just suitable to inspire the youthful mind with a love for study. Such an objection against Sewannc is futile, ...

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