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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 February 1857

TERMS OF. ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at ont dollar per square for the first, and fifty cents for each ubaequent insertion. ' A liberal discount made on yearly advertisements. 1 square, (ten lines) one year $10 00 2 iquarea one year... 15 00 3 aquarea one year.. 18 00 For one half or a column... ..... .... 23 00 1 aquare eii months. ,. 7 00 2 aquaree aix montht 10 00 SI squares six months.'. 1300 Forone half of a column 30 00 .; l square m reem mthe , o tu 2 aquaree three montha uu 3 aquaree three, months 10 00 'QfBnmftaiinl IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY IT GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. Get a Home. Get a home, rich or A poor, get a home, and learn to keep that ' home and make it happy to your wife and children by your beaming presence; learn " to love simple pleasures, flowers of God's 'own planting, and music of His own the j bird, wind, water-fall. So shall you help to stem the tide of desolation, pov i erty and despair, that come upon so many, , through scorn of little things...

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

;.',j.:'"ii.i'ia!im 1 t4- LEWIS MLrOALFE, GEORGE E. PURVIS, EDITOR, Seat Freo of Poatage In Franklin County, WINCHESTKR: FRIDAY MORXING, FED. 27, 1857. THE HERMITAGE. Many of our readors.doubtloss.ulready know that tlie State hot purchased' the Hermitage, and thai it has beon offered the General Government os a si to lor a military school, in pursunnre of the net of purchnso, by Govcrnoi Johnson. They will be interested in hearing the views of the people of otker States on the propri ety of this stop, end wo therefore copy the following article from tho Louisville Journal WtSTntlJI Mjlit art Acadimv.- Ex cept General Washington, whom all place above compnrii'on, none of tho great men of our country, whose names have been invested with deathless re nown, have incpircd the popular heart with greater reverence and esteem than Andrew Jackson, the Hero of the Hermit age. A brighter lustro is added by oath generation to his fadeless memory. Tho Tiolnt nartrism which existed during the r p...

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

i ly wm ii i iin n ii amrmy i . . . -r.z-rr.n-T- "- sac is muLimiRi) WEKKi.r nr. f ueoTe. PUBV13 an6 wm."j7slati'er. Brno ivun r lurmn is uuiy uuwior- ? tn iikI ni Airnnl fnr fh ITnm Innrnal --.. t r ti .1..!.. ....i ia mtya Anjtrftjintnf Fr nVmiklnllnnii UC.i vxv. f I The Tiiespuni op Winchester. -On " Inst Saturday night our town was en tertained by the performances of a no cicty of young men, who have lately landed themselves together a9 a Thes plan Society. This was their first per- 'formance before a public audience. f ;They acted two farces Who Speaks pFirst? and Grimshaiv, Bagshrw and. I Bradshaw, j'itj We have seen older and more prac ticed actors than theso fall behind some oight. Indeed, without any reflection upon others, we think that some parts in the exhibition were perfect as na ture, and showed considerable dramat ic taste and talent in those who acted -'them. There is, however, a necessity for a small outlay for scenery, &c, and -ijfrom the numbers which crowded...

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

BUSINESS CARDS. NASHVILLE. MISCELLANEOUS. 0 ' Q jiflBotntSourual. LEWIS METCALFE, GEORGE E. PURVIS, Editors. Sent Free of Postage in Franklin County, Selecting Seed Corn, All practical farmers arc aware that great care should bo taken in the selec tion of set;d corn, not only in selecting the finest and moat perfect ears, but in discarding even from such cars the smaller and irregularly formed grains. This process of selection steadily con tinued for a series of years, would un doubtedly increase both the quality and yield. Some growers have climed that the seed ears should not be select ed at harvest time, but at an earlier date, and that thoso which ripen first should be preferred. We suppose two kinds of cars ripen before the general crops, viz., those which are largest and most perfect, and a portion of those dis torted in figure; the latter shonld cer tainly be avoided. When lino fruit is required it may be obtained by the re nioval of part of the crop, and why ehould this fact...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 March 1857

TERMS OP ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at one dollar par iquiro for the first) and fifty coiila tor ouch lubnequent insertion. A liberal discount made on yearly advertisements. ljqnire, (ten Lines) oho yoar.....glO 00 QiaMtet one year 15 00 a .miirM one year. 13 00 F.ir one half of a column. 23 00 1 square lixinontlii 7 00 2 squares six months 10 00 9 squares six months 13 00 forone half of a column.... VO 00 1 square three mmtlie.,,, 4U4 5 50 2 squares three months 8 00 3 squares three month 10 00 tfjl'f I tune Swiml. LEWIS MLfCALFE, i Pri GEORGE E. PURVIS. EmoR' Sent Free) of Postage in Franklin County. GET EN0V3H SLEEP. We have often heard young men remark that four or five hours sloop was all they wanted, and all that the liuman system required. The habit of going without sufficient sleep is very injurious. Thousands, no doubt, per manently injure their health in this way. We live in a fast age.when ev-, eryhody seems to be trying to invert the order of nature If folks wi...

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

tfljelDinejuriial. LEWIS MLfOALFE, GEORGE E. PURVIS, Editors. Sent Free of Postage in Franklin County. WINCHESTER: FRIDAY MORN'G, MARCH 0, 1857. VALEDICTORY. It is witfc feelings of regret we an nounoo that with this number of the Home Journal our connection, both as editor and publisher, ceases. It is cus tomary on occasions of this kind for persons to indulge, in a long train of words, expressive of the motives by which they have been actuated during their connection with the position they vacate, and it is probable if we were to give rein to our th lights we would do likewise, but we refrain, as there is no rSkl necessity for it. We have only this to say: Since we, in connection with our friends, Messrs. Slatter and Metcalfe, commenced the publication of the Appeal, and sub sequently the Journal, its successor, we have endeavored to do our duty in all particulars, leaving no man rea sonable grounds for complaint and it is a great comfort now, as we sever the relation that has exi...

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

18 PUBI.1HHED WEEKLIf BY EURVISAND WM. J. BLATTER. tr Jou P. Hefiur i duly author Izedto act as Agent for the Home. Journal !lto receive andrecelpt for subscriptions, . KANSAS. W"e are permitted to make the fol lowing extract from a letter of a gen tleman in Kansas to a friend in our town: . ; "The Legislature is now in session; an intelligent body. Asa general thing the Governor is popular. This is a fine country rich soil good society. The fighting has nearly all been gu. The Washington Star says: The presure of strangers here is already immense much larger than ever before so long.previous to2 the advent ol an in augeration day, even when the induce ment for office-seekers to flock to Wash ington was much greater than atpresent. If they.continue to come upon us until the fourth after this fashion, there will be perhaps 100,000 strangers here by that time. The scene in the parlors at Wil lards' yesterday afternoon was as brilliant as in a ball room, so great was the throng of stra...

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

BEflHTS OF AGr.ICULTUr.AL 1 FAH3. A State Fi.ii J'j.i great event, vvh.'.ili cr ct))v:i(!ri ( il in vt !i::i';n to i ! ty-iier-rvl interest which it. excites; the large numbers w lio::i it :i&st s; Hi'1 large, .ircii from w hicli it at nc rs its product fit? il lis people; ih? important irucicsts which it represent?; or the .influences which fl6v from it. It is the great lio! idtiy of tho fanner l !io day toward which ho looks for weeks mid months, ftsadayof recreation and tri'imph. In the power which a IStatr Fair lias to lieet and elirri. h such expectations lies an important source of its influ ence. Without recurring at length tot ho local and temporal questions of in'erest which belong to the exhibi tions which have just closed, we will dwell somewhat at length on the good results of such gatherings. , The ilrbt good result of Slate Fairs, is, that they enlarge men's ideas of the population, resources and ca paeiliesof the State. When a man or boy comes on the fair ground a...

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

J- X; r Jiny ..PIEASANTON'S i rtn of T.nV13. 1 connot romeniber the time when I was ,1 in love with KUty PJonsonton. It ,,st have been begun when we wore both ... T am euro I loved her as we tat Ltherby the roadside soaking our don ion stems in the little puddlea of wa- rto ronke them curl. My passion was n0 wiso abated, when somewhat later limbed cherry treesat her biddings nor 'liter yet when at a dancing school I Avkwardly mado my new-loirnt bow, and ;'Iked herto be my partnor; nor 1 am Jil.,M virna HIV bovish nassion at oil damped w wiro. " i .. - IT . Nrftiun TwAivt firt I Ifillml lV swoot Iittlo Kilty changed bv soma el ation, from a lovely child to a be itching young woman. She was almost :...' when I parted from her throe Lrs before the woman was vory like die child there was me same rosy enema, L samo pouting, Innocent mourn, tne rsontiment was added, which mado my cart thrill Willi ?vv rsuiunvu qij gafcou ukuivV said I to her one day, after I ,i bflfln at home a wook or tw...

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

V. Ji NLil'TCKi WIN CUES TEH: "' FRIDAY MORN'G, MARCH 20, 4957. VALEDICTOEY, This week close's our connection, as Editor, with the Home Journal In as thn cares rind responsibilities i o of conducting the Appeul, and its suc cessor, tho Journal, we wcro actuated polcly by a motive to establish a news paper in our county for the general convenience, as well as a desire to en courage a laudable effort in the young proprietors of, the paper to engage in so worthy an enterprise. The en gagement on our part was, in other respects, wholly gratuitous, and hav ing realized tho accomplishment of the purposes for which we engaged, there being now no further necessity for our labors, wo relinquish the posi tion of Editor. The paper is now in a most prosperous condition, and is in hand that can keep it up. A liberal and enlightened public will no doubt continue a generous supporf to an en terprise in which they are all inter ested. We have fulfilled the promise made to many of the subscribers, t...

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

XV, J. SLATTEU. Sent Frw of Portage In Franklin County. Georob E. Purvis. McMinn ville, Tenn., is duly authorized to act n agent for the Homo Journal. J0- John P. Hefner is duly author ited to act b Agent fortho Home Journal to receive andreceipt for subscriptions, &c, &c. ' To Advertisers. We have this week thrown out all advertisements of double width, and hereafter we will publish none that extend across two columns, unless double the regular price is paid. These 'doublc-column advertisements disfigure the' appear ance of a paper, are trojMesome, and give room for other patrons to com plain. Neither will we turn adver tisements crossway in the column, unless double price be paid. Adver tisements required to be kept on the 2d page will bo charged as new every week. If kept there at the option of the publisher nothing extra will be charged. We may lose by adopting these rules, or we may gain, but be that as it may, the rules shall be adhered to. We are requested to state th...

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

4 Work for tho Month of March, Tub Plantation. Provision Crops I 'rovcndcr.Vxt in, as soon as the Hca?. i-on will allow, an nbuudant supply of '.orn, Irish nnd sweet potatos, npring oats, early cow peas, millet, doura and common corn (broadcast nnd in the drill, for fodder,) luccrene, in the drill, ofC.,&c. The Chinese sugar cane should also be planted and still farther tested as a syrup plant. For particulars of making, !cc., sec pamphlets sent per mail by the agents. In preparing for your regular corn rop, plow or sub-soil your land 10 to 12 inchcS"defp(15inchps would be far better) manure heavily and plant early. Do not lose a moment after the danger t.f late frost is over. As soon as you have finished the planting of corn and other provision 'rops, prepare for cotton, respecting -, hi eh 'arc various articles in present and former numbers of th Journal. Swecfe potatos should now be bed ded out and provish. ns made for an abundant supply of "draws." No crop ... . 1 il - CI il...

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

I! TERMS, OF SUBSCRIPTION. In advance, $2 00 . 2 50 3 00 Atcnilol 12 months, INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. :) copies 95 00; 10 copies $15 00; ,-, copies 8 00 io copies uu. rjy Subscriptions for a shorter timo ; I rJiluui ono year must bo paid in adv(anee. ggj" Single copios sold at 10 cent. ot AflTTfiAT. ROOD SENSE. Ill XV - " It is related that an Athenian who II was hesitating whether to give his daughter in marriage to a man oi worth with u small fortune, or to a rich man who had no other rccommen- Bikition, went to consult Thcmistocle on iho subject. The philosophrsr in tho spirit of true wisdom, said, "I would bestow my daughter upon a man with out money, rather than upon money .without a man." Marriages for mon key seldom conduce to social comfort and happiness, and often result in tho crimination, coldness and estrange incnt. And yet the 16 vo of money is .seldom manifested in greater strength ii'hrm in tho formation of thoso life Jong alliances where the parties bind ihemselvcB to "...

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

-jf HJuratSonruoI. itv . v, j. fir.vr i i:ai. W'fNCHljsWir: ' FWDAY MOUNT,, MARCH 27, 1857. jQ"Vt! lnvo I'jcun so pi'cs.icul w it h wui k tlili I'clc that no timn conlil lv ;ami fur tiiu vmtnjjol' nny tliiny like, ;i''if.';icli:r." After working all day ami half of the niht, not much time is lift tuilo anything, except to sleep. 'nvovor, we'll try'anJ be on hand i l xt week. Da. Mulkky'h Lixtirk. This pen !lrm:i:i delivered a lecture at tho Ma ry Wutrp College, on last evening, in roR.ml toiliK Ortho py of the English langungo. We were present on the occasion, and roust confess that w hile ,e w ere highly entertained as well as instructed, we could hut feci much re ret that the rystcm he no admirably elucidated, was not in universal use many yrnrsago, so that wc could have had oi'r mind imbued with the impor tant art of pronouncing words with propriety. His plan, or rather, his iVher'splan as expounded by tho son, is one that would save thousands of egregious errors thataro daily co...

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

$i)e iMitf launtnl W. J. SLATTEB. Sont Free of Poataye in Franklin County. ggj" QtoBOE E. Punvu, McMinn' villo, Tenn., li duly authorized to act as ogoat for the Homo Journal. ggf Jonir. P. Hefseh is duly author ized to act os Agent for the Home Journal to receive and receipt for subscriptions, ct.,c. To Correspondents "Kiinest." Very good. We are un able to get your articles in this num jjCrrwill be in our next. Want to hear from you every week. 'Turkey IIltiter." By mistake, the article of yours intended to precede the one published, wna left out, but will appear next week. 'Fasuiom Hateh ." Your jocular lines arc n little too cjrAioi-able. lie sides, you mistake us in supposing that wo "abominate" hoops as worn by the fair sex. Far from it; nay, we i egard them as not only ornamental, but de ecdly comfortable, useffl and econom ical. That's our opinion, based upon a slight experience. Send your article to Lucy Stone, and all other such that you may hereafter write. We like tw,whe...

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

V liitrii liir (lie lliimi! Jo nii'i', LETTER FROM TURKEY HUNTER. FllllAll I'iDI Tult: -- Wlicm.'vcr 1 tun invited I" a wrd- I i njLf , a least , :i hall, or any kind of so iiil iiartv. Iiidicviii'r I wii! hi! niaJt; .,ortVcl!vvdcome. I iiitcli right in with ;:ood chee r and Imarty a idity. 'jo ii is with the invitation to apioar in the i-ulumns of your Agricultural Depart ini'tit. Having no douht ol' your sin fiiticcrity, I was on hoard "in double i tie!c time," nit. withstanding my natural timidity, modesty, and incom petency; and having decided I was l iht, I .said to myself, in the laconic wonluof my old beloved l'rietid and "illustrious prcdices.sor" David Crook (, now "go ahead" "nolens colons." It will not astonish me a great deal, if yni find mc rather a troublesome ens io:ar.r, occupyingsjiru'c in your colums more prope-rly entitled to abler, and m jre available ('uutributuiv. Uutreljiiiij upon your foi heerauec and the discretion and intelligent? of the community, 1 rest ....

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

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. V(N ADVANCE $ 2 00 winiiJN tii iviuin j us a no AT THE END OF THE YEAR. . 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CMM8. Jl copies 05 00; 10 copies 815 00; 3 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. T Subscriptions for a shorter timo than ono year must bo paid in advance. CT Single copios sold at 10 conts. blTnTs Of over kind, srintod on lino paper, and of miIo tit $1 00 per quire, cash, THE NODLE REVENGE. The coffin was n plain orjo a poor, miserable, pino coflin. No flowers on its ton, nolinlngof rosc-whito satin for the palo brow, no smootli ribbons about the coarso shroud. The brown hair was laid decently back,.but there was no crim- pod cap and noat tie beneath the chin. Tlio sufferer from cruel poverty smiled in lior sloop; s'.ie had found lfread, rest and health. "I want to see my mother," sobbed a poor child, as the city undertaker scrovved down the top. "You can't get out of the way, boy, why don't Somebody take the brat away?" "Only let me see her ono minute," cried the hapless orp...

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

ere Si '(f'jirBijiitPDiiriuil. hv w. j. si-v tm:k. V r'NCIIESTKJl: SATURDAY MOHMNfi. Ai'HIL I. GENERAL WALKER IN NICARAGUA. It soniiis rather tiiill.-ul t at present, to conjecture what will finally c lh result of Oiiernl Walker's ctlurls to establish a Government in Nicaragua on a firm ami liberal h:v.-h a basis that will secure, the richt.i of the people- and "iiKiintain law ami order," so many cheering and disadvantagi rm ; accounts nrc alternately coMiin;? in upon us. His situation' has, attunes, been truly critical, sueh as would cause every patriotic nml liberal minded American to 1( 1 sorrowful for the s;ul f'jle that seemed inevitably to awail hiir., and the wol'ul calamities tli.at would nsHiirely bcl':tll the land ho was so .caloUbly laboring to raise from seim-barbarism, and elevate to a re spectable stand in civilization, intelli gence and morality; while on the oilier hand, news of hi success, has as often sent a t . rill of joy from one end of our country to the other....

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

?4 1 1 i,Ynt Sttttraal Sent Free of Postage in Franklin County. fiT Georue E. Purvis, McMinn villa, Tonn., is July authorized to act as ugoiit for the Homo JoSPrrial. jjig- Joun P. IIefnkk in duly uuthor ;zud to act as Agent for the Home Journal to receive and receipt for subscriptions, U Wo ora authorized to announce Ta.h vV. Newman as a cuudidato far re-election to the Lower House of our next Lienerel Assembly. inur'27 rjQPW! would call espociul atten tion to the advertisement of II. Nus saucr in to-day's paper. Wo have spent more than an hour in e.xutnin iughls lot of Kuudy-mado Clothing, und freely acknowledge that we feel a pride in recommending it as the best and largest we have ever known brought to Winchester. In fact, wc tli idle Mr. Nassauer's taste in the se lection of his goods deserves much commendation. Hut our word need not he taken as proof, for we verily be lieve that any person who will go and examine will readily coincide with us. He has not named, in his column, ...

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

Vlitlrn fni lluiin- ,liiiirn:,l, LETTER PROM TURKEY HUNTER. i.L'Mnr.ii i. Mr. Jjilituf,or Publish' r or Lolh, as the vase vunj be : I notice in tlic Journal your (.rincr ;i wisli, or ratlier, ft solicitation, tliat would tfivc (o the community ;onn. of my views, or the results' of my ob servation, experience, and so on. on agriculture. You have oerlntiily mistaken inc., Mr. Editor. Writin.tr on agricultural subjects is out of iny line cf hn.i ncss. You certainly would not make appli cation to the red man of the' forest, whose life from his childhood had heen spent in fishing and hunting, and roam ing the wild wood.-, remote from pop ulous and enlightened communities, where agriculture had Ihtii carried cm with taste and science, and many improvements made, for an essay or realise on tho best method of loanag ing the soil, planting, cultivating, cv'c,, to insure the greatest, yield w ith the least labor, and so on; far from it. Of course, then, it ennnot be expect ed of one whose lif...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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