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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 11 July 1857

" i; VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., JULY 11, 1857. THE W INOHE S T ER H Q lE J 0 U E N A 1 . THE INAUGURATION, As Spring i about to bo imuippiratod tho umlorHignod has just received a largo onu splondiil assortment of SPRING GOODS, a very largo assortment of midTriumings in groat variety an extensive stock of clioap Muslins, wilh fino onos run ning up to ono dollar por yard. Sumo stylos of Dress Goods entirely now; Borages, Crnpo do Espans. Silks, &c. Also, a very largo variety of lim broidnrios. Ho .flutters liimHoli - . that ho ImH a larger and . choapor stock of Ladies' Collars tlinii has over boon exhibitoil in tho market, tlontlenicns' Sninnior Hats, llootsi Shoe-', &c.', in abundanco. Linen Gottonades and Rcndy-mado Clothes for Summer. A largo stock of Hoop Skirts, and Whalebone and Crinoline for making thorn. Ho Ims also replenished li is stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, School and Miscellaneous BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C. YOUNG LADIES attending School are partic...

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. — 11 July 1857

you ara contending with n belief thollifls long been maintained, onJ that by the ma jority'of persons, and will therefore have ,to baitlo with a stronger soa of opposi tions. But on this account, let not fail uro for once cloud your bright hopes, for such a noble and praiseworthy object must and will succeed. Harbor not lor a moment the thought that this School will, like many others, shine for a while with metoorio brilliancy, attracting many by its novelty, then sink below the hori zon, forgotten ond unknown. No, that can never, never be. Like the towering oak of tho fonst, it is founded upon uch a firm busis that, though storms may hover over, ihrcatning to rend it in pieces, yet with adamantine firmness it will stand May you be requited for your toil and anxiety by scoing those who leave with tho honorsof tho Institution, distinguish ed for their iritr-Ilirencc, the honor of their parents, exerting such o salutary in fluence on society that tiiony will bless the dav when this Co...

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. — 11 July 1857

BY We J. SLATTKie, Boat Froe of Postage la Franklin County, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY :11TH Wb8aT. We haVe beon shciwn some specimens of very fwe wheat. week Mr. J. H. Morrio brought in several Hoods which were very heavy, and tho stalks wore nearly six feet long, ond the grains large and good. But tho largest head wo have seen were some brought in by Mr. P. I. Curie, of this place, suveral of which were from six tosoven inches long. This is what we call brag wheit, and just such has been raised this year all over Franklin county, and judging from the talk of our exchanges, such is the harvest producing all over the whole Union, where wheat is grown. The price of wheat is falling, there being no for eign demand, but unless farmers arc pware, they will sacrifice their crop too aoon. As for our part, wo don't think wheat will be no "awful" low, after all. Poetry, &o. To sit and puff a fine cigar, And see tho smoko ascend tho uir, Curl 89 gracefully tow ard the Bky, Liko ringlets fair...

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. — 11 July 1857

WJ N CHESTER: SATURDAY MOKNINU, JULY llTJI. Tin: rvinu.u. Drive on, thou sturdy farmer, Drive cheerily Vr llin field. Tim plonmnrus ol n fanner's life, No otr lifo can yield. Thou ri-snst with the morning sun To till tlui fruitful earth; And whim thy dnily tnsk is done, Thou scukVt thy pcnccful hearth. Thou Invest not the grimly town, Willi its tumultuous ronr; Plenty mid pence thy fireside crown Anil thou dost ask no more. Mouarchs with robes in crimson dyed, Are low, compared with ihee, They arc pampered souls of pride, Thou'rt dud's nobility. fc Go on, thou sturdy farmer, Tread proudly on the sod; Thou proud and goodly heritage, Thou chosen man of God. Treatment of the Clover field for Wheat. Wc find among farmers very op posite opinions as to the tronlincnt of u clover field, with rci'crericc to the following croj) of wheat. It is a sub ject worthy of most careful experi ment and the. closest observation of the circumstances attending, and likely to bear upon each particular cas...

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. — 18 July 1857

WINCHESTER HOME JOURNAL. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., JULY 18, 1857. NUMBER S7.- THE THE INAUGURATION. i Spring ii about to ba inaugurated tho UrtUOimgneu nas jusi receivoa a largo a ;iu splendid assortment of SPRING- GOODS, a very largo assortment of and Trinmings in great variety ; an extensivo itnck of cheap Miislins, with fino one run ning up to one dollar per yard, Some style of Dross Good entirely new; Borages, Crape de Espnn, Silks, &c, jMso, a very large variety of Em broideries. lie flatters himself that he has a larger and choapor stock of Ladies' Collars than has ever been exhibited in the market. Gentlemens' Summer Huts, Boots, Shoes, &.c, in abundance. Linen Cottonades and Ready-made Clothes for Summer. -A large BtocU of Hoop Skirts, and Whalebone and Crinoline for making thcrn. He hna also replenished his stock of .DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, School and Miscellaneous BOOKS, STATIONERY, &C. YOUNG LADIES .tending School are particularly requested aoexaini...

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. — 18 July 1857

girl." Her unaided toilet has been per formed in the shortest possible paie of time; yot how charmingly her hoir is dono! how blmply elegant is hor silk dress nnd plain white collar? Whet heart kisses she distributes, unasked, among the member of the family. She does not present her cheek, or her Irow, but takes the initiative hertclf ond kisses tho hoys one after the other with an audi bio "finnck," which says aloud, 4,I love you ever so much. If ever I coveted anything in my life, it is one of those kNcs from that " nice eirl." She is quite at home in all the domestic duties. She troubles no one to "help the kettle.'' She has fetched it from the hob, and re plenished tho teapot, while some one has been thinking about offering his assist anre. Breakfast over, sha dives down into the kitchen to see about dinner, and all day long fdie is running up ond down Moirs, always doing nnd always cheerful and light hearted. Anil she never censes to bo octivo and use'ul until the day is gone, ...

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. — 18 July 1857

. V .4. r' ' lif lnme Sutmtal IS PUBLISHED WBBItJJf BY . J. BLATTER. Sent Free of Postage in Franklin County, Agent for the Homo Joumul. John P. Hartiwr Winchester, Tennessee. 0irge K. Purvis, , . . . McMlnnviile, . " M. I'eUlri.Ill & Co, . . New York, llcllfrlous. Thfl Rev. M. M. Henkle, I). D., will deliver a discourse on tliQ subject of ChriMian Education, at the Methodist Church in this place, Sabbath next, A. M. Cninpitirctinar nt Goshen. Winchester, July 10,1857. Mr. Editor: Please publish in the Journal that there will be a enmpmeeting 8t Goshen, in this county, commencing Friday before the third Sabbath in Au gust next. Respectfully, W. W. ESTILL. Banner of Peace please copy. Potato Bur. Vulua'Je Discovery. -Mr. Thomas IT. Woods, of this county, informs us that the potuto bug having made its appear ance among his potatoes, ho tried several remedies, but of no avail. At last ho mado a stronz soap-sud, by mixing about one and a half pounds ol soap to a few gallons of water...

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. — 18 July 1857

t- " - ' WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 18TH. SCIENTIFIC AGRICULTURE. There was a timo when this was u by-word of scorn. Farmers wanted no new-fangled notions, but wore content to bow and reap as their fathers had dono before thrrn. But, fortunately for mankind, this prejudice is passing away. Leibeg hos ilcr.ionstrtcd that, for every grain of wheat which is grown, a certain quantity of pot.ish is taken up from the soil, and that, un til thi3 lost ingredient is restored, ei ther by manuring or letting the ground lie fallow, the cupacity of that particular field to raise wheat is so far diminished. Ho has shown also that what is true of wheat is also true of rye,. oats, Indian coin, grawses, anb all other vegetable products, the hire client taken up only being altered. What the great agricultural chem ist had thus demonstrated in the labo ratory, enterprising farmer in Scot, land and England have proved prac tically in the field. The laws which govern the growth of plants have be...

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. — 25 July 1857

m TT TTl ' TTTTT TT T" tttt ir-t - ma wiiNuMEs T K H, H 0 ME VOLUME 1. BV XT. JT. ftXATTBH. "Plalgsd to no ptrty' rbltrr j iwr, W( follow truth whtro'er tbolttditht wtj. WINCHESTER; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 25TH. BUMOUi JUS A large portion of the swamps of Florida ere said to be capable of pro, hi eing 500 bushels of frogs . to the Here, with alligators enough for fencing. A charming country, ain't it? gA pair of horses were offered for sale in Cincinnati, last week, for $370, but the purchaser thinking the amount too large, offered sixteen cents a pound. The hores were taken to an adjoining hay scale, and woigheJ 2350 lbs., making their value $376. $3 A Utile boy at Wilton, Conn., having seen the gardeners make piles of rubbish and burn them, tried the experi ment with straw, in Lewis Olmstead's barn, and cleared out the whole con cern. An exchange has a receipt for r.:rvous complaints the patient to take "one pill three times a day." The pro cess is intricate, to say the least, anj ...

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. — 25 July 1857

)t JJaiufSournal. XT, J. SI.AT TEIt. "Plclxail to ii'i .rty'l rUtmry iwiiy, Vt follow truth whra'cr ihe lent tht wy" WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 25TI1. Tub Crops -We woul I give extracts from many paper in renr.l to the "Pros, pects, drc," were it not (hat bII can be aumme.l up in two words alt right. Everj' excrnnse flivo a fclowin? account of tho lnre increase in their rospertive nciihbirlioo Is. Corn is loikin finely, whilo tho other crops are ditto. Wheat has been gathered, and now the question is, What shall we do with it? In Frank lin county the question is, Who will make the most? JK3" A circular issued in Charleston, S. C, gives some interesting farts rela tive to the Southern wheat crop, and to Charleston as a market for it. From ex tensive observations in Tennessee and Georgia, it is confidently stated that it is much the largest ever grown in those States, the estimate being three and a half millions of bushels, besides ono million the pro lure of North and South C...

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. — 25 July 1857

WILLIAM. J. 8LATTER. Ageat for the Homo Journal JoholHlftOTi ' Winchester, Tonnemei. foorgt Parti, ".' . . McMinnvlll, I, m. ftttlot.ll Co. New York. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 25TH. Stili ij Town. Mr. Hubbard, the Ambrotypist, ia still in town, but will be off before long, So go and have your pictures taken at once, ere the "golden moment" flios, His gallery is over Jaa. Campbell's grocery store. Since wfuing the above, we have been up and examined a lot of new cases just received by Mr. Hubbard. They are very nice, and he is filling them at extremoly low pricesabout one-half the usual charges. They've Comb. The Pols" employ ed to labor on. the Winchester and Ala bama Pailroad are fast coming in, and os fast going to work. The whole line is now under contract, and will bo rnpid ly pushed to completion. It is said that the cars will be running from Decherd Depot to this place by Christmas, and we do not doubt it, for already much of the work is done. The Railroad is bound to be finished...

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. — 25 July 1857

T 'it 3 Nil 'i IShijs lor the Season. li is .is we said in our last wo ho cd 11. would bo. ClciiiiroUH rains, wit li iniM weather, have nearly doubled their growth in thf! last two week; pas tures have become rieli with juicy food; com, though baclvwaril, is ad vancing; wheat is turning out lair crops, and even gardens, t lionli late, will doubtless furnish a good return for the care bestowed on them, lint All this brings new earn and new toil. 1. Meadows should bis gono over even now, and all weeds and injuri ous vegetation removed. Take a dry day, and walk carefully through the. grass, removing with a spade, docks, thistles, and all else' but grass. You can go through without tangling the grass, if you are careful; and the op eration will make your hay cleaner, and prevent the sowing of weed seeds in your manure next winter. Durn all the weeds thus removed, root and branch. 2. You have probably replanted all epots that needed to be. If not, at tend to it at once, if not too late. ...

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. — 1 August 1857

NGH ESTER JOURNAL. VOLUME!., WINCHESTER, TENN., AUGUST 1, 1857. NUMBER 29. T H E HOME THE HOME JOURNAL Sent ft" of Postage la Franklin County. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. , inVANCE ft 2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS i'fTHE END OP THE YEAR.. 2 50 3 00 uKiMau.ina irn fl lfn. K 8 copies 5 00; I 10 copies $15 00? iftl: o nrt. I is nnta 2f) OO. Subscriptions Tor a shorter time than one year muBt be paid in advanee. ggy Single copies sold at 10 cents. Advertisements of ten lines or less will be inserted at One Dollar for the first and' Fifty Cents for each subsequent insortion. Very liberal reductions made for those who advertise by the year, half year, or quarter. WILLIAM J. SLATTER. WINCHESTER; SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST. Campmecting at Gosheu. Winchester, July 16,1857.. Mr. Editor: Please publish in the Journal that there will be acampmeating at Goshen, in this county, commencing Friday before the third Sabbath in Au gust next. Respectfully, W. W. ESTILL. Extent of the United .States. The United State...

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. — 1 August 1857

' Romance of Real Life. Some sixteen years since, a young gen tleman in New York city contrived, lor awhile, to pay his addresses to a beauti ful gill there, the daughter of a Pearl street merchant, who was opposed to the young man visiting his daughter, Ho perMstod in his endeavors to win tho young lady, and at last ho was forbidden to enter tho ol I man's house. Still the lovers continued to mout, oc casionally afterwards, and at the expira tion of some six months, matters hnvirig boen previously so errarigod, the girl con sented to mBrry the youth. He did not seek her fortune, for he was in employ ment, at n handsome salary, as principal book keeper in an extensive jobbing house, and his pecuniary prospects wore very lair, but the parents were obuu rote, and he was driven from the house At tho end of a twelve-month thoy agreed to bo married, end tho requisite arrangements wero made; the evening fixed upon, and even tho chnploin hnd been engaged; but on the morning of tho day prop...

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. — 1 August 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL IIV W. J- MLATTER. Sent Free of Portage in Franklia County Agent for the jotin P. a. M. Fttlnl Co. ,. Homo Journal Wlncfceatar, Tennwae. . MeMlnnvllle, " . New York, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1 fXJ STATE ELECTION NEXT THURSDAY. New cnndidates out this week. A young lady was a few days since, nr- r9,ted in Boaton, for obstructing the side walk with too great an expansion of hoops and crinoline, and the court inflicted a fine of $5 as a warning. Syriak Wheat. A gentleman from Alabama received from the Patent Office omB spring wheat from tho "Farm of Abraham," at tho footot Mount Uarmel, in the Moty Land, which he sowed during the past spring. It came to maturity in teven weeks, producing a large, full h 10&, with a berry in every respect equal to the original. This wheat is reputed to ripen in Syria in sixty days from sowing. It will thus bo seen that our climate has tened Us period of maturity about eleven days. Shocking Catastiiophe.-A romantic father, whose name...

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. — 1 August 1857

r : , , , , , , SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1. The Cotton Cro(. The NatcliitoclicH Chronicle makes tho following cntima!o of the supply of cotton from the growing crop of the current year: T liking the average of the last five crops as the basis of our calculation, without regard to tho late spring frost of tho present Heason, the result will be as follows ; 1852, Crop in bales, 3,262,000 1853, 2,930,000 185-1, 1855, 1850, 2,847,300 3.527.SO0 estimate 2,050,000 Average of ebovc Add fivo per cent for increase in cultivation 3,123,800 150,200 3,370,800 But if the fall frost should take ef fect at the average date, the 86th Oc tober, the growing season will he on- jy six months una tnri'ft days, one month short of the average, uud we can only expect a proportionally short crop. 1857; Average crop in boles 3,279,800 Deduct H per cent for one month short of tho avcrngo growing soason, 459,000 Leaving for the actual rop but 2,820,800 From the above, wo conclude that even if the fall should b...

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. — 8 August 1857

W. JT. A LATTER. Agents for the Homo Journal John P. HeCtor Winchester, Tenneiiiea. 0or( 8. Purvl McMlnnvillo, " g. M. Pettlnglll 4.Co, . . Hew York. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8. jjgT DcBow'j Review for this month has been received. It it, without doubt, the ablest, and, in fact, the only work of the kind in tho United States. Every Southern man ought to subscribe for it. t is published monthly, at $5 per an num, and is a repository of everything .that is valuable in the way of statistics, Ac, and is a Southern work. White Blckberries. -Mr. Samuel Bowers, of this county, has shotvn'us some blackberries grown upon his plan tation, which aro almost as white as sil ver. They are very large, end you could not distinguish thorn from the common blackberry only by seeing them, the fla vor of both being the same. It may not bo a novelty with some 'tis with us, cer tain. - - To Our Friends. I We luliO 11 iui Jiuuivu uiai vut jjui i unt t are our friends , and as such we modest ly ask those in...

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. — 8 August 1857

JUST RECEIVED I OHOVElt A IIAICEU'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, Promote the leisure, health and htippincss of homo. OFFICES: . No. 71 J, Public Square, Nashville Tenn. No.49l, Broadway, New York. No. lfl, Summer Stroet, BoBton. No. lUl.Chcatnut Street, Philadelphia. EAST TENNESSEE MARBLE WORKS SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8. Health, Vict, Ac. We commend the following sound and whuleaome advice of the Modilf Tribune, to our readers: "In warm weather, gross food is not essential and often proves highly injurious to thoso who use it. We do not wish to he understood hy this that we advo cate abstinence! from fish, tlesli and fowl. On thO contrary, we think that a moderate supply of good beef taken once a day, is very beneficial; but wo look upon fat pork, gravies and whole some quantities of butter as fit to be used only in cold weather as fuel for the body. When taken in hot weath er they cloy to the system and pre pare it for the entrance of Mich disea ses as arc of a bilious character. We mi...

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