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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 21 July 1859

, . -r - - nn OME NAL. tJ 0 u -.1. 1J Volume III. - CHATTANOOGA FOUNDRY AND Machine Works Webster A' tltann, .Proprietors, and Manufacturers of (Stationary Steam Engine & , lloilci'N, 'Portable Engines of any size rcquirod, Mining Machinery and Blast Cylinders of largest sizo, Mulay,Sash and Circular Saw- Mill Machinery, pf overy description, and oil kinds of Mill Machinery, Porlnblo Saw Mills, Hotchkiss and Eclipse WATER WHEELS, SUGAR MILLS AND KETTLES, All kinds of Water Pipes, Pumps, Pump CASTINGS, Car Wheels, Frogs. Switches, and Switch Stands, and all kinds of Kailroatl t'aslins aoul Btrass CaMting. Horse Powers, Threshing Machines Forg ings of every description, Bridge Bolts, Anglo Blocks, and CAli BOLTS. Wo also manufacture Clarke's superior Wheat and Com Mills, ,sct up in framo nil rendy for running. We keep on hand French, Bur, Esopus and Cologne MILL STONES, to which we call the attention of Millers. fifaJ" Particular ntleiitiun paid to the repairs of locomotive and ca...

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. — 21 July 1859

r FT" '"! . 'I , : l '.6' ') ?1 Tlcy riirtlipd on lln blncl(-liiu' in mirror; 'J hoy rushed on il,n block-hoife in viii fj.vift sped the round liull from ' riflo. Tin foremost invader was elin And ere they could hour unek tio liillon,, Tim dond of the futnim wore tam. So Prm'y (id sternW he Toiijlit them And siehly,rix noun end moral And orton they ruhed to the eombut, Andean in terror forbore; tut never they wounded Jnhn Lewi, ' Who slew of laairiiumbur asiwo, Ah. woe to your w him hair, old humor, Wlmn niwi)ur iind bullet ho duii"; Vort will die by ilmidoivii-t of lor uici, Wbun thco lliu b"Ulu Imvo wiiii) Look then to your Mi Ut?r for mercy, Tliu Mini") will turuly huvo uonc. A fhoul I ') tlio nuiKhbora reluming I Now, Miii(iiiH, in lurror full buck I It iii wnll tlinl your huicivh urn IimI)1, And woll timt no vigor yn lurk ; lie in bent who in loiitinu in tleetcait, Wliou thu A' I. jto mini id out on hm truck. Oh, then tlmra wns Iruulilo mid terror ; U!t, tli-: ii how llio miuir...

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. — 21 July 1859

).; A;'r"Wn . aa.i 'll' ' Sfc )0m g0wn.1I, rUBLISIIKU EVERV TI1U1I8DAV EVENING AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. OUR COURT HOUSE. ' This building would ba an ornament to our town.lfit wore kept in the proper manner. But Court Houses in general, are looked upon as public properly, and consequently no one person or bet of person give ospociul attention to ilium. The doors must be, or nt least in this town they are, left open and there tire al ways mean boys who go in and abuse whatever is cuHceptible of obuso. Even men whittle whatever their knives con cut, and to go up in the Cupola of our i Court House, a stranger would think that it wos built fur purposes we dure not mention in this connection. Now, I h o fa c i is, our Court House is a good building, nud we wonder thut it looks as well after all tho abuse it has met with in tha many y iars of it exi no icj. And 'iiotwiihxlanding nil this abuse, and its . bavins been struck by thu fiery elements ab ive, yet to (Iny it stands as a noble p'e...

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. — 21 July 1859

11 1 'J- . .. g'i!.'jL-.. Illlll !M THE1 WORtO run sale isv w. j. slattek, WINCH KSTKK: Mill AS VISITING C.I!I)S, WEDDING INVITATIONS, I! ALL TICKETS, FUNERAL NOTICES, lll.'SINES.S CHICl'LAliS, PAMPHLETS, HAM) HILLS, HOUSE KILLS, I'OSTEI.'S, PLANKS, ADDRESSES, store killls, hill iii;.Jjs, lilJSINKS.S CARDS, apothecaries' la eels, election tickets, legal documents, envelope tics, plank receipts, .v, m;. All nfUlV I'HIVIIII AT Tin: iro.Mio .ioI'K.nai. oiTiri:. fUVVU'V. A i persons indebted In the oslnlo f ' .1 1 1 ! h 1 1 7t mill, ilerciised, urn hereby notified In renin' lorwn I'll anil make settlement, 'i h(i.;o Ii'viii;.' cliinus ri ;it i ii.t Iho suiuo, will present I Iii iii In tin: undersigned. A. i:i;tti:i:V((Iitii. A.iuYr. ,Ml:S. .MA ISV IIKAD, Aihur'x. March It. tl' 'E'O fJ-- I'llIliU'. Tin' undci'sinueil lining well known in n writer, wnnlil oiler lib1 services In nil rt'ii I rr ing Literary iiiil. Ho will furnish A d) i i't-Hiv, Orations, Essays, PresiMitiitiou .spci!i'hra ...

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. — 28 July 1859

r-1- n w.. Tf OME RNA H J. T.H JOU Volnmo TTI. T CHATTANOOGA FOJNDRY K . AND Machine Works. IVehster A' Wwn, Proprietors, and Manufacturers of Stationary Unm llngiiie Hoi In-, Portable Engines of any sizo required, Mining Machinery ami Blast Cylinders of-la most size, Mulay.Sash and Circular Saw .Mill Machinery, of every doscr ption, and all kinds of Mill Machinery, Portable Saw Mills, llotehkis- and Eclipse WATER WHIRLS, SUGAR MILLS AND KETTLES, .All kinds of VVaier Pipes, Pumps, Pump CASTINGS, Garhoals, Frogs. Switches, and Switch Stands, and all kinds of Sf,uk;o.ul ;.ilinf;ninl BrAss C.'.-ifttisD;;'. Horse Powers, Th resiling Machines Forg int's of every description, Bridge Holts, nulo Blocks, and CAM BOLTS. We alsonianufacturo Ulurke's superior Wheat nnd Com Milh. bet up in friiine all ready for running. We keep on hand French, liur, Esopus nnd Culof'.iiu MILL STONES, to which wo call the attention of Millers. JS Particular attention paid to the repairs of locomotive and cars. T...

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. — 28 July 1859

31uv Etome ' Smirnal v..J O "I'lHK. i in no Pitrt y 'iTurbiTrii rj mm), w miliit- Truth where'er ahr inub tkr Til 14 I'lCMC Ij . f-iylimly urarly wits nt'tho Flu Mic )ut Suturdny, down on llm Win chester and Ahi ama U ilrond, at MhJ. Hill' Spring. It whs a glorious lyw-Xi', it rul in htti-nipting Ip writes unytbiog nbout it. wo ! I lilco Qcn. .foorc snld he fdt, in bis liuinoroiiH .spiit'cli during tlu day. Tlio General in aline niiiij. nnd drscrye every bit of tlif priiiifl so prettily and onpor. tunely biMowrd ly our worthy towns man, A. S. (Ju'yar, and wn (Irmly be lieve tlifl widows, every onn of them, will agree, with us in oar friendship for lijiri. (Sumi ol tlio wido.vs would in. friendship too wrrtlc n term in whicli to express tlntir adinini'.'oi! i r i Well, twisn'l it a orimn Pio-Nie.. , 'ha. wuhin a very lev iiiouiIh, Why, wo had no idea such a rood I i me j" 'I"1 w.ehs I ,,e entire sun. w ill be . , . ,i , i'. i, J"1"1'1; ll- Ihisihree huiiiln d mid was in store lor as ...

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. — 28 July 1859

1 ! IV . t u aAj.bn,4taV' -dJli3ir ' ''TIW- Site L)mt omal PUI1LINIIKU KVGIty THURSDAY BVRNINO AT TWO DOLLARS MR ANNUM. HX W. J. SI-ATTKU. Our paper iu behind time thin week, and wo oould not help it. In ftbout two weeks it will come out gratly improved und will bo ahead of any. thing it lias ever yet been. Tub Weather. Last week tlio ther mometer blood at 102 in the hIiucIo, und everybody thought it was loo wiirm to work. In I'act, wm do not remembpr Jo htivo ever felt such op pressive weather, and while wo wrote nt that time, great drops of sweat gave evidence) of the intensity of the heal. But this morning (Thursday, half-past live A. M..) tlio thermometer stood nt 70. Quite a fall, and felt tho more sensibly because of tho previous warmth. Si range weather, this. We wonder how the "oriental talism m" or the thermometer can keep up with it. Wi ll, it affords a good topic for us to write about. Hurrah for the weather. LOO.. AT THIS. Ow ingto unavoidable circumstances we have not b...

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. — 28 July 1859

V I ,1 2 f : 1! ' . : !l i ' ' ?! M i ';" 'r 'i - p f f, fV in Hi If ! 3 1 V IM BEST ,i';?tT ' 2-- IMI1111 V HI 'VHJV. . kill H li. roit sam-: uv v. J. si.ATri WINCIIKKTKU: Mill '.S vl.siTlNfi (;.i:ds, V r.DDIMi INVITATIONS, 1!ALI, TICKKTS. ri'Ni:i:.i N'oTini.s, iii!siM".,-'s cii:cri.i:s, PAMl'lll.irrs, IIANH HILLS, JIOIiSK lill.Lri, l'USTKUS, CLANKS, AIUMIKSSKS, iJ'I'OlIK lilLLLS, HILL IIKAli.s, llh'SI.NKSS ( '. A I ! I ( s , AI'iiTIILCAI.'ILS' I. . MILLS, KLKCTIOX TICKKI'S, LKdAL IKIDilM KNT.S, KNVKLOri: TIl'S, lil.ANK CKCL'ITS, AC. Ml nl- VIIA I'lllMI'.ll U 1IIK tio.mk j(jui:..ii on t'.C All pcrKOIIR illill'llii'd In III'! rilliln nfjnllll I'.nild, doitcii'i'il, nri! Iir-niliy nnlilii'.l lo iuiii'' j fnrwurd nnd iniilii' i-ctil 'uii'iii. Tliif If vni" rlniliis n:''itoM lint miiih'. vv i . 1 :-(: -i iit lliun In Iliu unduriiiifiii'il. a. :i;tti'.i:viii:tii. A.im'r. r.l'IS. ,',l.l',V I'llvMl, Atliiir's. Mnrrli!). if To I In- E'ciMsc. 'I'lui inn'er il b"lli'' w ell hlinwil linn wrin...

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 August 1859

1 I !' Pirliced l no Parly's rUllrry away, We fallow twin nktn'tr tut .raft tn way.' VV am authorised ionnounciNATHiN Krizzkm., Sh., (i candidate for reelection no clerk of ids Circuit court of Franklin County. Election in Mnrcli, I860. We tio authorized to announce Um Hrr,' Sr., a candidate for CUrk of iha Circuit Court of Franklin County. flection in March, 1800. ' From our columns it w SHI e been tlmt the candidates (or tjie different offices' to be filled in 8(10, in our pounty, rtrn announcing tlidmsclvcs. ELECTION RESULT. We liave held our pnper Imck a dny in order to give the completti vote in tliis'counfy, hutns yet we nro un nlilo to do so. However, we announce that Tnzo VV. Newman is elected over Dr. J. J. Ahernathy b.C a conoid rrnule mnjorily. Williams is proba bly elected to the Legislature by a very Binall majority, say about live or sirf votes. Full particulars next week. Kaim, Rain. No one need complain now for want of rain. The ground ia wet thoroughly, and at this ...

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 August 1859

rUDLISIlEU EVBRY TIIUKSDAY EVENING AT TWO DOM.ABS PER ANNUM. Right Rev. Biuhop Cobb, of Ala bama, will nrcacli and administer oun firmatlon ot Trinity Church In this place, on next Sunday, August 7th. The farmers In this county tteem in fin spirits. Rain has visited their crops In plentiful showers of lute, and the prospocts for a Urge yield tiro now flattering Indeed. A farmor told us yesterday that he would mako more than usual. The corn crop is beau tiful to behold, and the lute rains have made it superior to what wo antici pated. John Whitworlh, who waN killed in Hunteville, Ala., on tlio 20th ultimo. In an affray with Samuel Davis, ivhn n brother of Mr. Wm. Whitworlh, of ihsstown. Dnvis struck Whitworlh with a billet of wood, which caused his death soon after. It is said that D vis was acting in self defence, nnd was therefore discharged. Wo re gret the unfortunate occurrence. The election comes off to-day. Uy dark thero will be some- disappointed people no doubt, and some suli...

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 August 1859

Hi . B Hi Lai tO' ?ait B ' von sale ii v w. J. si..vm-:. VriXfjllMSTIlK: (( m, Soli, VLSITINf. CAHDS, wi;i)i)i.i; INVTi'ATIJN.S, MALI- TICKETS, FL'NErtAI. NOTICES, IMJSINKSS CIUCI'LAKS, PAMIMILHTS, IIANIi HILLS, jkjii.sk i;iua rusTEiis. jilanks, ADiiK i.ssi;s. .STORK I1ILLI.S, HILL HEADS, MUSI NESS CAHDS, APOTHECARIES' LA DELS, ELECTION TICK (C I S, J,K(iAl- DOCUMENTS, KNVELOl'K TII'S. JSLANK KECEII'TK, M AC. ALL liKUI.l l-lllMIII AT Till! JIOMK JOlJllAAli Url'K'h. NOTH J'. All )f IKOIIH III llll!l"illlto llf.lnllll. iloci'ii-'uil, urn hereby iiulilicil lo miii fnrwiird and inula! soltlniimiil. Tlmso Im viitir claims against llit; tunic, will p:'i.'.-cnl t In-lit lo the u ii dory jik-'I . A. ISLTTKHWOliTIL Ailin'r. MISS. MAI! V UK Ml, Adiur'x. March !J. II' Tu the E'laJiiir. Till! itTI'lc-TMIIJIUMl being 'VCll I.IKIWII IIS II wrilor, would offer Ii in uni'icckM ull r- i 1 1 r -j tirr Literary a id. He will liiriiiili Addii-sio.-.. Orations, Essays, I'roM-iitni inn Spei Ih,h mid repl...

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 August 1859

J--...: nn tt tlm HOME JOURNAL: , CHATTANOOGA FOUNDRY ......... AND Machine Works. lVebater 4 Mann, Proprietors, and Manufacturers of $talionnry,Nt-nm i:nginc A: toiler, Portable Engines of any size ronuirod, Mining Machinory and Blast Cylinders of largest size, Mulay.Sash and Circular Saw Mill Machinery, of every descrption, and ell kinds of Mill Machinery, Portablo Saw Mills, Hotchkis and Eclipso WATER WHEELS, SUGAR MILLS AND KETTLLS, All kinds of VValor Pinus, Pumps, Pump CASTINGS, Cnrh e els, Frogs, Switches, and Switch Stands, Hii'I all kinds of ttuilrouil ;nslinK ami Hi-am Horse Powers, Threshing Machines Forg ings of every description, Bridge Bolts, Anulo Works, and ' CAIi BOLTS. Wo also manufacture- Clarke's superior Wheat and Com Mills, set op in frame all ready for running. VV keep on hand French, Bur, Esopus and Cologne MILL STONES, to which we call tlio attention of Millers. Particular attention paid to the repairs of locomotive and cars. The highest cash prices will bo ...

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. — 11 August 1859

1 T RNA H AJJi J. Volume III. Number 31. nn 17 0 rllilVJ She pome 0ttrl 13Y W. J. SliATTllIi. "Plrdctl lo 10 Part'! li'Ullrarjr wy, We folio Ti'Ulk where'er nil leads (be war.' AQKNTS FOR THIi JOUUNAL. 8. M.Pl;,lTiNG'Lb&CO.,.'...New Yor!;. JOHN P. lllil'NG'L W Mifhcftioi-. T J. CUVIiWiN'iiS J'uUoliomie JOHN B. HU0DI2S Stiolbvville. C. A. HUNT, SiiIciii. L. I. GlLDLflSUIGYE, Fayeliovillo. A. M. TJiM.-ON Mashvillo. O. W. N. STOVALI, lircensboro, Ala. jjg Subscriptions for a sliorior lime than one year must be paid in advance. jJaF" Herenftor no club subscriptions Atlesslhan the rosulnr nrice (') will be roceived. However, when a club of five subscribers is sont us, we will allow tn extra copy gratis lo the getter-up of the club. J&g-Single copies sold at 10 cents. a- When credit for the paper is giv en 10 the end of the year three dollars will be invariably charged. Postmasters throughout iho country will do us a favor, as well as bo doing their duty, to inform us when a subsc...

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. — 11 August 1859

rt. i nunc 'i.iumL; 3;vmmm ltv"W.'".J.JMl"ij:H. " Vttfi Tv r1'' e'lillrarf u), We folio frill HwW lfmlllif ).' FnKrjuaT Ki.kctionh, Tim pruple of TonncHsno iiro alwHj'Hln llio inidnt of n cativasN for Homu oilier. Only iiist Tlmrmlity wo wcrn "II excited pliout tlio election 'or Governor, Con freH nml III" &'l"to lAMnimu This week wn nre to volo lor mi At torncy lienentl and Hcportcr lor the StHti;, hihI nrxt iiioiitli Inn (tropin ol this city will l" culled upon In vole for ii Miiyur ami nicmlirrs of tlm two brunches of tlm city IcjriHlniurn. NVn art) n great K!ojilo ami mighty fond ol tho elective! friiiieliisr; hut it is our opinion that thest) IVmpuMit elections urn nliout toovcnlolho thintf. iW.st ville News, There's room for thought in regard to what tins News hays, and one thought which ii.s Lrief allusion hah hronght to our mind is iIi'ih: Do we all Know what the men are to do lor whom we vote f We do not? You can find thousands of persons in Ten nessee to-day who actual...

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. — 11 August 1859

"T-" vAirvs .:.,.,.','Vi(WN- .v7 4 .- i -v. m:,, -w, ,,.,rWMi.r:r WINOHESTKll: A SELL. Winchester is a great town. TFb havo said so often before, and' wo say so again. J t is mica wun somo very bad persons too, and somo who ato not so bad, but mischievous. It is a great town for new words and means by which to play a joko on whomso ever may bo caught. In fact, wo aro afraid to ask any ono in Winchester tho whys and where fores, lest we may bo laughed at for biting too soon. But some times when they run out of by words, catch-words, &c, they arc at a loss, and must invent some thing else, or their character will bo lost. So, on last Satur day night some devilish fellow whoso name wo do not know, concluded to sell our good people, and ho succeeded pretty well. lie went up into the cupola of our Courthouse, tied a long string to the clapper of tho bell suspended therein, and then getting the other end to tho ground, our hero took it in his hand and climbed a tree somo distance off,...

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. — 11 August 1859

i 1 a? I i.H ';i;r. ,i J? . . amammmmmmmmmmmmamimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm''mmmmmmmmmmmmm ........... . .... -...... . I nnltr tr y-x '"" JILVTS () J'UJt.MI.N'U. TIio division of tho farm into loMs of 2ii i extent appropriate to tlio amount of manure made in any year, should Im; ac(!oniilisiod. Especially Khimki thin 1)0 the niso, on all farms, wlit-io u mixed liiisljaudry i.s pnidiwd. Tliotruo way to put a farm into good or der, ia, to take one or more fields each yoarand linisli up the work. JViice it well, flour it of stones uii'l slumps, under-draiii if need ed, manure it heavily, and plant firii and potatoes. These, care fully cultivated, will leave tin land in good condition for a grain crop, and seeding to clover ami other grasses, and this course fol lowed from held to Held, with good maii'igenieiit of every crop, will nit anew face on any of our 'common run" of farms. Upon tin,' amount of manure should depend the size of our Jields; at any rati', it should he our aim to give each fie...

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. — 18 August 1859

PTTP 0 M E JO l: i. - r tip? SAL. X J.JLJ U Volume Illi PROMISCUOUS. BOOTS & SHOES FOR LADIES 'AND GENTLEMEN. , J, P, NEWELL & CO., JIuvo fit tod up an Ll South-east side of the IJSquare, in Winchos- ler, and will contin ue the boot and shoe c-5 business lately con ducted bv J. Bead, deceased. They feol thomselvos able tn do as good work mean be done AN WHERE, and are determined that no exertion shall be wanting on their part, to give satisfaction to all who may favor them with patronage We intend, to keep constantly on hand a Large and select Assortment of Patent French and Ameri can Leather. Also, Listings to suit the wants of Ladies. REPAIRING promptly attended to, and all work WARRANTED. TEItMS CASH. eblO 3stf J. P. NEWEL &. CO. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Iruit Trees, &c. I am agent let all kinds of Farming Implements which , I can sell at Manu . fuciurer's prices ' with carriage ad ded. I havo also a large lot of Fruit Trees growing in my Nursery fur sale at price...

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. — 18 August 1859

0,t. Our Letter H cioiviJod Una week, ami if wa full to Innert all tbfe Ifttort.tlio writers mu.t not "think hArd" ofu. Pint, wo will give a bu nines poetloal letter from a KubscrN l)pr at Pelham, although it Jo! not wlriclly belong to this departmrnt j PiclhaM, Ti:iw.t Aug. J2, 60. Now dear Mr. Slaitor, J'ray tell us the mailer, Or tlio reason our paper Jon't come. II not paid in advance Vou mill have the chance To augment thai Utile sum. Wa are all o well pleased, We full back and uneo.e . Whenever tlio paper coram lo town; U for want of the pny, Just coma out and suy, And wo will try to ten J it down. 1 subscribed for a year, Although it was dear.) Tlio lime, I think, is hul f out. And if youdon't aend the Journal, You I i it Jo infernal You will causo your subscribers to pout. Fiiu.ofiOiMiua. WcV-almost a notion to reply to you, I'hilosophuH, in a little rhyme oursel'jbutaswe concluded long aince that unless wo could bu a poet tiuiu Lor one, we'd be none at all, we've nc ted upo...

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. — 18 August 1859

rUILIBUEU BVCir THUR8DAY VENIMO AT TWO DOLLARS FEB ANNUM. ' WINOHKSTER: University of the South. Against our expectation, we did not attend the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Uni- versity of the South, at Beershe l)a on the 10th instant. We un derstand that delegates were pre3 ent from- every State interested in the enterprise, Texas excepted. The IU. Rev. Bishops Otey, of Tennessee, Elliott, of Georgia, Polk, of Louisiana, Atkinson, of North Carolina, Green, of Miss issippi, Cobb, of Alabama, and Ilev. Mr. Gregg, of Texas, were present. We have had no detail ed report of tho proceedings, -but hope wo shall in a short time. Great interest was manifested in tho success, of the undertaking. And in this connection, wo must allude to tho removal of one and the only objection which seemed to present itself a year ago to some of our friends; that was, the raising of sufficient funds. Already $3G0,000 have been sub scribed, and $100,000 additional promised. Bishop Polk, as an evid...

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. — 18 August 1859

$ ifVUU ItH f ill. JiUCKWJIKAT AS, A 1'KH TILIZKIt. I noticed in last week's paper the question, "Is Huckwlicut a fertilizer?" I wish that .the per son making that comniunieatioii Avill give us more of Ills experi ence on that same field the com ing season with corn, if possible. If lie desires to determine defi nitely hi.i question, let him take a piece of rid, worn out land, that will not now bring any thing, plow it up in April from nine to twelve inches deep, sow or drill in three-fourths of a bushel per acre; turn it in when in full Mooni, hay in the lir.st days of J une, at about the same depth as the first plowing. Harrow well, and im mediately how or drill again the S'liiieaiuouiit.olseed, and when in Mooiu turn under;- and do this three times in the season, and bow the ground to wheat, rye r corn in spring. Let us know if a good season, if it is not the best crop of the kind he ever raised. If any fanner has any grass or weeds that he cannot kill by good cultivation, let hi...

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