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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 15 August 1857

.iJlL, ....... La ti T H E 3" 1 0 M E : : WINCHES Ek 0 A L . VOLUME !. WINCHESTER V ! THo TfUB'CCS of WINCHESTER FrMAt.ll SrMifART take pleasure in announcing that . thisirMitmiun will open on Tuesday, Iftf of Scjlem vcr, IS57, under iho iimtrue tion and general management of Mr. V. II. MARQUESS, hio of Augusta Fi'iiislo Sam iaary, S;aunton, Vo Building for iho ac pnmmndutinn of the Principal and Boarding Puptla hove Leon secured, and it m tho deslgu of bolh Principal and Trustees ti malto it a fikht cmm School, worthy in every reaped of tho confidence of tho public. The expeiiBPS of the School will bo such (is aro usual in Schools of thischaractcr. Board in? may ba obtained atab it fj)2 per work. Tho eorvices of Rev J. R. Morris, Into of WhitOBburg, Ala,, have been obtuinaJa Pro fossor of Mathematics, and Alios C. L. Lane. for tomo time Principal of the Female School at IMIeibnte, Ala., aa tetcher in tho primary ( department. E. Albert L'Jdwio, a graduate of the Uni versity of Bern...

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. — 15 August 1857

U A i V i rsv w. .1. sg,.vr'M?ie. "I It.lijnl lo ni niy'; ari ll;'y mvny, Wu foli"v ImUi wl.mivor kl,iloiilJlhew)." winchi:sti:i!: SATURDAY MORNING, luTiraT 15. POLITICAL. Well, tin election is over, arid the "boby-wokcra" of Dfmocrocy ore boom. fh In tones of victory. They hove elect cd a majority of members to thSteto Legialflturo, both to the Senate and to the House, whilo it is probable thnt eight out their ten candidates for Congre ere elcctod, besides carrying the State by about 10,000 for Harris. There will be two Senators elected at the coming ses sion of the Legislature, and the current belief is that Andy Johnson will be one, and some other Democrat the oihcr. We hove heard several Democrats favoring the re-election of Hon. James C. Jones, but wo guess he'll not "coine in" this time, os ho is rather a novice in the ranks of Democracy a probationer disliking the party, but clinging to it as the only relief from the widowhooJ that befell him when the "glorious ol I Whig part...

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. — 15 August 1857

..... W. J. S LATTER. TERMS OF SIBSCJUPTION. IV ADVANCE.. VVITIIINSIX MONTHS AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. 2 00 J GO ' INDUCEMENT.) TO, CMBtJ. -" a copies $3 00; J 10 copies $15 00j 13 copies 6 00; I 15 copies 20 00. ; ' , ttQF Subscriptions for a shorter time than one year must be paij in advance, g&f Single copies sold at 10 ceritn. Advertisements of ten lines or less will be inserted at One Dollar for the first and Fifty Cants for each subsequent insortlon. Very liberal reductions made for lliose who advertise by the year, half year, or quarter. Agents tqv the Homo Journal. ahn P. HerTner, . . Ct sf K. Pui-vle, 8. M. Pettlujtlli Co. Winchester, Torment. McMtnuvlU, " tit vv York. mimjwi SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. Lines to L. H., by Truth, crowd ed out this week. - . Goino Now! 0. Hubbard informs us that he will "most assuredly", leave us in one week from to-day, and until then will continue to furnish pictures at reduced prices, but improved styles. Of course his room will bo cro...

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. — 15 August 1857

-Slf:, ;V: , v.. HP ' :( j :r f-. Li ft 'SATURDAY ?!()Iti'ING, AlTfiUST 15, 1S.17. 3t(it!QX iay nnil firkin. h my opinion, nothing looks be tuir arsnnd a farmer's barn, thm ;x nice lo of well bmlt sto-'ks of hay or praln. When -wo boo thsin. tho lirut thought i3.u',ly to, "th.it is a noat farrnsr' Thut stacks arc much butter for tht gr-tir, an:l hay when wall built, h aJ nitoJby all, though tlia ciw'om of ma Jt'nj them in .o rarely practiced. More than hall the rjiucta yet, rep put up, tool: as though they were poirR to tumhb ever with :h? Hrst hirst of vhi If the d.rrciicr.s given below ore followed, you will have a near, prim looking stack, r.o matter v. hut. c-2c yen make it Lay your bottom of old rails, eld trees, or any such material that you npy have cn hr.nd, so ns it will admit of a current cf air passing under it. One. icil tqunrc will take twenty tens of hoy, when well built. Lay on year hay to cover the bottom all round, and jU3t sr.fllctent to cover the outsider,; in lay...

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. — 22 August 1857

'.'111... .L...... . . WINCHESTER HOME JOURNAL. VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., AUGUST 22, 1857. NUMBER 3l TEE THE HOME JOURNAL II V lV.J.8LATTEWr "I'lodKod to no party's arbitrary sway, Ws (i)llow truth where'er slm lends the- way." WINOIIEST13K: SATUK1MY MUUINimr,iUUl.'D ST 11 " WINCHESTER FEMALE SEMINARY. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE. 9 Xlio Trua'cos of Winch ehter Female uikaiiy tdko plcasuro in announcing that 'this inntitution will opon on Ttiesduy, 1st of geptcmlMT, ltt.il, under tlio iiiHtruc ?L)fln(l general matmgomont of Mr. W. II. iaKQUESS, late of Augusta Femulo Soin inarv. Staunton, Va Building for (ho ac ."niinodution of the Principal, and Boarding I'linils liuvo boen securud, and it is tlio dosign V both Principal and Trustees to niukoila f iiiht ct.Af School, worthy in evnry respect ol'tlieconfitlcncoof tho public. The expenses of the School will bo such as r0 usual in Schools of this character. Board iiH'iiiny bo obtained atabout 2 per wcok. "flia services of Rev J. R. Monnis...

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. — 22 August 1857

TIIR ITOMI) JOURNAL 'I'l.ilxnil lo no party' arbitrary wsy, V'c follow tmlh where'er like Joed tho wr.y," ' WJNCIIKSTKU: SATURDAY MOHMNU, AUfiPSTJ2. I ititorful 'oiti'k,oihi'iihs TiiAoiir.n Housf., McMlnnnll', Augvxt 19, '67 Deaii Jouknai. For thu second lima in our lifo, we ere pnuly ensconced in this model hotel, thu iiintin:;oiiioiil find popularity or which have been lierclofor nlludod to in tho Jouriml. h seems ns if every person whohns good tliiiiaw for sain brings them to Thacher. Wo woulJ he glud if you could vist Claim homo nnd (tat u mcnl or two. livery thing is f" num. Nic milk to drink, nico coH'bu, nice inonts, nice hot biscuits, nnd rerij nice laittcr to spread hnlwcon. In fncl, the butler looks ns nice nnd tastes ns sweet, almost, as butter made by Tellinhost's great an i unyaralkhl thrrc.-m.inute.and-a half Churn! We do not know hut that the butler we tasted was (dunned by the ubove-nainnd mngnificp.nl machine, Mid if it was, then we'll lake, owny the uliiidnt. Our p...

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. — 22 August 1857

W. J. SLATTEIt. " terms of subscription. ,ji ADVANCE $ 2 00 wrniiN SIX MONTHS 2 50 Vl' THE EN D OF THE YEAR., 3 00 INDUCEMENTS T' CI.UH3. n c0.(ifi 5 00; I 10 copies $15 00; copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. $3 Subscriptions for a shorter time ilian one year must bo paid in advance ggj" Single copios sold at 10 cents. (vertisenicnt8 of ton linos or loss will be inserted ut Ono Dollar for the first mid Fifty Cents for each subsequent insortion. Very liberal reductions made for those who advertise by tho year, half year, or quartor. COMMERCIAL. Men ts for the Joliu P. HeBimr, . Ccorgo H. Purvl ,M.FetllngW&.Co. Huiuc Journal. Winclinnlar, TennciWte. . McMlnnvilto, " . New York. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22. Read the new advertisements in to day's paper. Valuable real estate to be sold. '" Campmeeting at Goshen closed on Thursday ' last. Between forty and fifty conversions. Green watermelons arc selling here at 25 cts per pound 'or thereabouts.' The ediiorof the Fayetteville Ob server ha...

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. — 22 August 1857

rv,l turf'.! I Hi V SATUKDAY M0KN1NG. AUGUST 82, lfif7. 1'l iCU of Wlieilt. Tim ;it(!i'S arc licgiiiiiin to f!Cii l.ito with vci'vAVAiw to tli probable av-craw- prion of whr.it ilnririy tins ri'Mi twelve months. There sccrri.s-to w. ;i pretty ;,'MU'i'il opinion th;tt this nv rnv'c must In; a low ou'. Upon what b.'isis this opinion is founded, wnilonol know,- nor whether then; U i : y t;rouii(l wortliy Gfoonsiik'rution to sus tain it, ,V o'iu c i i t.'cMt'X willi any cortatnfv what will he tlio price; of whisiit Uii .!( r smh circumstances as ex ist liiroufe-lioul the whcnt-conbumin world at ;n;si nl; and hmd'on; wo wunl'.l a I . 'is .' o n v'.vliT a-, to listen Id iuiy body's pretelendi'dly profound ; on piys. Jt was found, ns the result, of remarks upon this subject, hut lojude j several rials, that there was some for tii''iu-:elveMind act accordingly.--- times more fat procured than was con Ahovo all, lei them pay no p.ttentiou taincd in the food on which they were to the interest...

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. — 29 August 1857

V THE WINCHESTER HOME JOURNAL VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., AUGUST 29, 1857. WINCHESTER HALE SEMINARY. "he Trus'eea of Winchester Femali inaRT take pleasure in announcing that Institution will open on Tuesday. 1st iieptember. 17 under the instruc and general management of Mr. W. H. IQUESS, late of Augusta Female Sem Staunton. Va. Building for tho ac nodation of the Principal and Boarding la have been secured, and it is tlio design ith Principal and Trustees to make it a r clam School, worthy in evnry respect leconndenceot the public. ie expenses of tho School will be such as isual in Schools of this character. Board niw be obtained at about ft 2 per week. ie services of Rev J. R. Morris, late of tesburg, Ala., have been obtained as Fro rof Mathematics, and Mibs C. L. Lane, me time Principal of the Female School llet'onte, Ala., as teicher in the primary rtment. Albebt Ludwio, a graduate of the Uni ty ol Berne, Switzerland, with the hono- degree of Doctor of Philosophy, and tlngy, fro...

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. — 29 August 1857

iTM home journal ..mil . -r.,- - KiV V'. J. til. ATT Kit. "l'le l: 1 to iu I'Uiry'i arbiltary away, '.Vi! Iiillow tii.tti where'er Un !a.ln tho way." WIN'CHKSTKlt; j.VTUHUAV MOHNIjSWi AUGUST 20. SMiKuial t" on f poisdome. . St. Ci.'Ji'o, Nasiivuxk, Arc. 2i. AVuc JoumaUOvt ta ! t coinmnnicn ;im w.u'd'iti'i! at .WiMinnvillc, which iiI.k:.' wt If) ft on Friday morning, and' proceed'sd to tlie pleasant liltlo town of 'i'u i ' .'i h om .1 , at (tin junction of tho Mo Minnvill'.' and Manchester and N. Ac C. Hnilroads. Time we remained for twelve or fourteen hour?, part of the timo on fijin;; tho hoi-pilalities of tlif! Lincoln l.(nuc,1 n number ono hotel Kept by Jo. Smith, aril (he reft of tho 'timo enjoying die rciivrrmti'Vi of n fair ono whom we will mil H'cN if indeed it be not a in, or that tho nmivi will befit the noof "sweet sixteen," combine. I with Mirpass ,rii; wrrtuo." of disposition', bright eye., lively f:j co, nri'l a mini cnltivaloil to n V 'ro'j n ij v me iniulit ji;:t!y en...

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. — 29 August 1857

I -r " i d ' 1 ' ; lj 30 a in e S o ft run 1 . W. S. SLATTEK. nsr ADVANCE....... ,i, $ 2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS. AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 2 50 3 oo 3 copies $5 00; $ copies 8 00; 10 copies $15 00; 15 conies 20 00. ggy Subscriptioril for a shortor time than' one year miist bo paid in advance, ggj Single copies sold at 10 conts. Advertisements oT ton linos or lefjs Wilt be inserted at Ono Dollar for the first and Fifty Cents for each subsequent Insertion. Very liberal reductions mado for thoKc who , auveruse oy me year, nan year, or auartcr. . ...... 1. ... L - 1. - If Agents for tho Home Journal. Jotm P. HelTher, Georse K. Purvi, g.M.PeUlngill&.Co. Winchester, Tanneesca. . NcMliiaville, ; ' New York. ' SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22. Apologetic. We were not aware until yesterday that the time of tho departure of tho Sa lem mail was changed from Saturday to Friday. Our subscribers at that plaae must excuse us this week, and hereafter we will get the paper to thern...

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. — 29 August 1857

A' SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1857. Baked Toumloe. Wash thfJii, mid cut them into two pails, round the tomato that is, so as the cells can ho divested of the pul. and needs which thoy contain. To nix tomatoes take hull' u pint of bread crumbs, one large onion, finely chop ped, one ounce of butter, pepper and salt to the taste. Fill the cells of each piece with the drowning, put the halves' together, and tie them with a j)ie,ce of thread. Put them in a pan with un ounce of butter and a gill of water; set them in a moderate oven, nnd cook them till they arc soft. When done, cut off the threads and Borvc them. Dcfltrnctloii of Troon. Most provoking, indeed, is the na tional tendency to tho destruction of lino trees on the most frivolous pre tences. A fine, majestic elm will be cut dawn because the dripping of its boughs moistens cheap shingles on somo adjoining house; an oak which projects two feet into the road will he sacrificed rather than a dollar spent to widen the.thoroughfarc....

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. — 5 September 1857

'..I I Cjjt 16 tinif Minimal. W. J. SLATTEII. " TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ,v ADVANCE 9 2 00 .' itM SfX MONTHS 2ftO . m,tv TT.ND OF THE YEAH. . - 3 00 JV. I llltl r - - - -- ,, r,VDUCEMEVT8 TO CI.UBS. q conies $5 00; I 10 copies $15 00 i copies 8 00; .15 copies ; S0 00. CST Subscriptions for a Bhorlor timo than ono year must bo paid in advance. jj- Single copies sold at 10 cents. Aleuts for the Home Journal. jolm P. HcUiier, WinelienUr, TcnueMoe. George K. Purvis McMlimville, " S. M. retting!" A.Co. . New York. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R S. Communications. We have some three or four communl. cations on band which will be published i the course of a few weoks. The one from n lady in Mississippi was mislaid, and uoL found unLil yesterday. -- The Brass Band, Ac. Winchester is a groat town for Socie ties, Clubs, Bands, &c. We have a His torical Society, a Harmonian Society, a Female Saving Society, Masons, Odd Fellows, Sons of Temperance, Good Templars, and other ordors too numer ous to n...

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. — 5 September 1857

If-' r i 1 SATURDAY MORNING, KIT. fl, l.r7 H oi k lor .sin'iiiber. Mom: TuitNirs. If you have, not trendy .sowrd suffick'.iit, land in tur nips to furnish green food for youi Uvk cattle, hogs and sheep, pretty ci.ii.slaiil.ly through the winter, and icciully February and March, it is not yet' too late. Two acres of land cv more, where the stock is large, mode rich, well prepared and sowed, '.villi the seed of the Sirup leafed, lied top or large Norfolk globe turnip, is -worth to the slock ftlbO per acre. We wish very much wo could im press upon our readers the true value, ol the turnip, and its importance on a col ton plantation when raised on a large scale, as it easily may he. It makes a most valuable food for all animals on the plantation. Tin; mas- tor and his family and his negroes all like them, and they constitute a good, healthful diet for the fall and winter. Then your milch cows are especially fond of turnips so likewise are your hogs, sows and pigs especially, bene tiled ...

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. — 12 September 1857

STER HO ME J 0 URN AD VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SEPTEMBER 12, 1857. NUMBER 35, THE WING. HE THE HOME JOUftNAL BV W.X SL1T J EIC. riolgo4 to no party's arbitrary sway, ' We fallow truth where'er she leads the way.". WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, ' SEPT'B 12. "Born of Poor but Respectable Parents." A biography that does' not contain this hockneyed phrase, or words equivolent to it, ought to bo welcomed to the shelves of the humble everywhere. Insult is in sult, whether it be found in books, or is pronouncod by a supercilious tongue whether tricked out with all the specious gloss of art, or utlerod in the curt lan guage of studied abuse, and it it insult ing to be told every day that a man may be born of poor but respectable parents. The whole thing proceeds upon an as sumption that Is false in fact, illogical in argument, injurious in morals, and bnd in taste. It is false in fact, because the poor do not lack respectability; in logic, because there is no necessary connection betwee...

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. — 12 September 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL MV W. J. BLATTEK. "I'leilfted to no party's arbitrary (way, We follow truth where'er sheleadn the way." WINCHESTER; SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 12, gJ" Below will bo found another les les' uicable crime among tho many siini l,n' ones that have lately occurred in other States. II Sutherland is not nung as high as JIaman, then justice will not bo done, ami a villain will escape. Prom the Trenton Ktate fiawUe, Hint. (treat Excltcmcut at Itiii-liiitaou, M. J.-S.lntioiiofu Vomitf Ludy 15 years of age by n llH'itfywaii The Seducer makes escape. Tho citizens of Burlington were thrown into a state of i u tcn.se excitement on JP'riday labt.by the circulation of a rumor that Kev Win. 11. Sutherland, of that city, had been guilty ol the crime of re ducing the daughter of a member of the church, who wns turned of fifteen years ofogu. An investigation of the rumor led to tho painful concl union that it was, in nil itsenormity, too true to bo disbe lieved. It appears thut on Wednes ...

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. — 12 September 1857

XV. J. SLATTR. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 12. To Correspondents. En. Your orticlo is written in o clear and graceful style, but we decline publishing it on account of its length, and the monotony of the subject. Were it not that Winchester is situated elmost amid the scones you describe, the publi cation of your article would be more in tcresting than other matter. Give us jomcthing' else in the future, but ou some other subject, and not so much at a time. W. D. M. We bad an article in type before we received your letter, which gives a condensed statement of (he mur der at Pontotoc. A. Y. Why did you not either give r'us your article, or send it through the post office? We don't like this way of throwing contributions for'a newspaper in the doorway or passage. If you are not ashamed, benil it in a less suspicious manner. Besides, you never gave us your name, nnd we will not publish an article without knowing who wrote it. Kemember. X. Y. Z. Your communication is too long to be of inte...

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. — 12 September 1857

mam i lwmmiMav2m .. i rilTTT1 i IT -!! IVTI TA1 t! V I'P H 10 Tlic C hinese Sugur Cane. There seems to Ib so much interest felt throughout Franklin County and the United Slates generally, in regard to this newly introduced and prolific article, that we know of nothing w hich would bo moro interesting than the following article from the JJallimoro .S'i : "Many of the readers of The Sun, residents in and out of the city, have, we suppose, indulged a small experi. ment in the culture of the Chinese Sugar cane, or millet, as it is indiffer ently termed. Jt is at this time of this year in full development, and speci mens wo have seen exhibit a rare lux uriance, which in the prospect of the production of a reasonable proportion of sugar and molasses, gives us the promise of a now and inconceivable source of the essential ".iwcotness of domestic life." A sugar operator up on a little eminence overlooking a broad growth of it, lifting its jocund tops sixteen or twenty feet into the air, and...

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