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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 19 September 1857

k'. ist tan, jmm. t mm Jtfm THE WINCHESTER YOLVMB 1. THE HOME JOURNAL Bt J. BLATTER.' 'Fldggdtxnoprt7'(MMtnrrtwir ' Wi follow truth Whwver shttadtthe wtjr.",' , WINCHESTER: . SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'B 19, jjar The Cosmopoliten Art Journal, in subject matter and style of execution, is superior to many of the leading perl odicals in this country and in Europe. It deserves the patronage of all lovers of literature and art. Copies can be seen at this office. Col. JLouis T. Wlgfull, formerly of South Carolina, has been elected to the Senate of the State of Texas. fi"San Antonio, the oldest settle mont, and at this time the largest city in Texas, was founded by Spaniards from the Canary Islands in 1730. After the defeat of Santa Anna at San Jacinto, which was the final struggle of the Tex as revolution, many of the Mexican citi zens of San Antonio left the country. In 1850 the population was but 3,000; it js now esumaieu ut u,uuu, 01 wnom about a third are Mexicans, a third Ger mans, and a...

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. — 19 September 1857

THE HOMU.IOUKNAL 1IY W. J. AT I Lit. "I'ledged to no parly's arbitrary sway, We follow truth where'er Hhn leads the way.". ; AVINCIIHSTETl: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 10. TlH! AllillltiC C ubic. It will be recollected that lliu con tin gent occurrence of tho particular accident wliich provod fatal to tho recent cxDeri inont in laying tho Atlnnlic Telegraphic table hod' boon previously indicated in mi able scientific paper by Lieut. J. M. Broker, of tho United Slntes Navy, which appeared in tho National Intelligencer in Muy last. . Sinco tho fracture of tho cable, tho same officer lias addressed a letter to the Intelligencer bearing upon the practi cal execution of the great work, of whoso evuntual accomplishment ho does not despair, though ho foresees even groalor difficulties ami more varied catisualiitf than appear to have been apprehended by those who first embarked in tho enterprise. An Indian on floors, not YY'iioors. Ivi-inc-gn-bowh, n civilized Chippewa liidinn, has been visiti...

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. — 19 September 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL W. J. SLATTLIC. SATURDAY CORNING, SEPT'R 19 $50 Premium, , We offer a promiuni of fifty doll am to the porion who will writo the best oriel nol story for the Home Journal, by tho 1st November next. Thoso who chooso 10 compete for the premium must write out thoir productions and send them to tho publisher of the Home Journal, am tho one we may deem the best will be entitled to tho promium. The rejocted ones will be returned or used as the wri ters may wish, and their names kept un disclosed. Now.lody writers, is a thance for you. Remember, the reward in i iptv dollars. The length will not be taken into consideration. .We caro not how short, or how long, so that the scene is closed as soon as it becomes necessary to use superfluous words to stretch it out , - . . Religious Notice. The Rev. Dr. Dayton will address the members of Mary Sharpe College Bible Society, Sabbath morning next at 10 o'clock, at tho Baptist Church. Friends of the' Bible cause are invited to atten...

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. — 19 September 1857

SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 10. The Horse Charm, Or the Great Secret of Taming Horses. The horse-castor is a wart, or ex crt'sconce, which grows on every horse's font leys, and generally on the hind legs. It has a peculiar rank, musty smell, and is easily milled" off. The ammoniacal effluvia 01 tho horso seems to concentrate in this part, and its very strong odor has a great at traction iorall animals, cspecially-ca- nine, and the horse himself. For the oil Cumin, the horse has an itiKtinotivfi passion. Both arc original natives of Arabia, and when the horse scents the odor, he is instinctively drawn towards it. The oil of Rhodium possesses pneu liar properties. All animals seem to cherish a fondness for it, and it exer cises a kind of eulnluiitir inllucnce over them. The directions given for taming horses arc as follows: Procure some horse-castor and grate it line. Also get some oil of Rhodium and keep the three separate in air tight bottles. Rub a little oil of Cumin upon your hands,...

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. — 26 September 1857

THE VOLUME 1. TO NASSAUElt'S GO. "Dress make the man." Tbs gentleman appear Much more the gentleman tor what he weara. If elegant then you'd be In attire, So that not only men but oiras will admire,' ToNASSAUKK'S go, for at hla atore you'll find Beautiful clothing of every kind, With cheapness, taate, and fashion combined. ' Hie Coati are the nicest ever displayed, Besides Pants and Veata all ready made, At prices moderate, and all guaranteed To be made in atyle superb Indeed. Here handsome shirta your rapt attention calls, There, nice galtcra just suited for balls, Knit Drawers, Undershirts, Combs and Collars Buy them or NASSAUER, and thus save your dollars. Of Handkerchiefs and Gloves he has a rich variety, And neck ties too, but 'twould be a satiety To enumerate all the goods you there can buy, For the most fastideous he can supply. Don't take our word, but go yourselves And see the goods upon his shelves. fiara'l D. MorgarJ ,Chas J. theny. St, Clair M. Morgan' FALL IMPORTATIONS....

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. — 26 September 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL BY W. .1. fclATT EU. "IMelqnJ to no party's arbitrary sway, We follow truth where'er rIiv leads the way.". WINCHESTER; SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 20. Dry Grtods Fall Slocks. Present appearances inilicalc that tliero will he h larger amount of Dry Goods, especially fine ones, brought to Winches ter this season than at any time previous, within our knowledge. If any one should desire to know wliy wo thus speak, we only refer such person to the extra amount being opened by our merchants. Some of them have not yet brought on their lots, so ofcour.se wo must defer speaking of them until our eyes will dictate the truth of what we would write. We would this week allude most especially to the extensive stock just opened by M. M. Henderson. Not only tho lower, but the upper rooms of his store aro jnmmod to fullness, if not inconvenience. The hea vier articles, snc'i as Rea ly-mnJc Cloth ing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Slioes, &c, arc kept up stairs, while down below is the emporiu...

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. — 26 September 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL W. J. SLATT12R. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 20. Winchester Female Sciiiiiutry. Rev. F. N. Loughrey, formerly of Pennsylvania, but lor the last eight or ten years of Kentucky, has come, and is at present engaged in teaching in this Seminary. . Mr. L. has spent al most a life-time in teaching, and we doubt not that, under his management, the Winchester Female Seminary will soon be in unison with the most popu lar and noted schools in the South So mote it be. . Accident. On Monday morning last, while Mr. 1J. T.Carr and Samuel Smith, Grocery Merchants of our town, were remov ing somfl shelves in their building on the North side of the square, nearly the whole of the ceiling and joists above fell with a powerful crash, the sound of which was heard at some distance. It seems that the ceiling spoken of wus a false one, ?ind had been placed there in order to make a lower ceiling, that one thing and an other could more conveniently be sus pended therefrom, find was supported by...

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. — 26 September 1857

SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 20. Caiel'ul Handling. The way in which II. h. Pell has his "Newtown Pippins" gathered is one great reason of his great success and high profits in foreign markets. His men gather the apples by means of hooked baskets suspended in the tree; the apples, as gathered, are laid one at a tune in the bottom of the basket, and when filled the man comes down and places two at a time in the two bushel baskets. To prevent the pos sibility of bruising, these are drawn to the fruit house on a sled by oxen, and twipples only are taken out at a time till all are carefully deposited on the floor. When barreled, they are drawn on a sled to the river, and arc carried, not rollod, on board the steamer; when shipped for England, one barrel is hoisted at a time, and caught on a man's shoulder at the ship, and carried by two men and de posited in its place. When again un loaded, the same care is observed, the barrels being carPied oil' on a hand-barrow. Throughout the whole proc...

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. — 3 October 1857

THE WINCHESTER H 0 ME J 0 U R x A L . VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., OCTOBER 3, 1857. NUMBER 38. TO NASSAUJRR'S OO. unreal makes the man." The gentleman appeari Much more the gentleman for what ho wean. If elegant then you'd be In atttre, : . . go that not only men but owts will admire, : To If ASSAUBR'8 gu, for at his store you'll find Beautiful clothing of every Uind, . ,. With cheapness, taste, and fashion combined. '. ' ' His Coata are the nicest ever displayed, " ' ' Ceaides Pants and Vests all roady nude, At prices moderate, and all guaranteed To be made in style superb Indeed. Here handsome shirts your rapt attention tails, Twre.nlce gaiters just suited for balls, , Knit Drawer, Undershirts, Combs and Collars l!uy them of NASSAUEH, and thus save your dollars. Of Handkerchiefs and Cloves he has a rich variety, And neck ties too, but 'twould be a satUty To enumerate all the goods you there can buy, For the most fastidaous he can supply. Don't take our word, but go yourselves And ...

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. — 3 October 1857

I thought 1 cxpectoil- l:i moment he wns by hor side. Oh! Mnuil, darling, forgivopily mo, .ni,l love run ngain, he cried. I am nlono now, ;nrents wife oil gone, and 1 very lonely,' Maud. Will you not for give, and lovo again? A quick blush dyed her fair cheek, and lit up her beautiful cyan. She gave him Lr hiin.l; h clasped it eagerly. Miud, he whisporod, very softly, hove )ou furotion the days gono by, when wo loved ench other so well? No, Philip; and she miscl her lustrous eyes to his as blio spoke; no, I hnvc not fr,'ittcn I told you 1 could not. Maul, said he, in trembling tone., when 1 lufl America, 1 feared ilml you might think me unworthy of your love; hut I havo striven to do my duty. And now, durliiiL', will you not tell mi' that you love me? Will you not give no tack t!ie heart which you oin:e said was all iny own? He knelt before her as he spoke. She looked ilowii upon hiin for a moment; and then, with a loving, beaming smile, ki.ssud the dark coils of hnirs, lightly ting...

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. — 3 October 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL IV. J. S LATTER. gnJRDAY MORNING. OCT'R 3. Tennessee Banks. All Tennessee money received at par for subscription to the . Home Journal, published at $2 per annum. r0" Counterfeit ten-dollar bills on the Merchants' Bank of Nashville havi been discovered in Louisville. O. A. Shook. We notice thai he is receiving a large amount of Dry Goods, Druf?s, &c. The kindness and accommodation ko eminent ly characteristic of this gentleman will tnsure the patronage of a large circle of people of Franklin county. Give him a call. f The Prize Tale. Already some four or five persons have iepondei to our call for a prizo tale. The proposition is still opto, and will be until the first of November; therefore we expect many more before that time. Re member, fifty dollars is the prize, besides the honor oonsequenjt upon the accepted one. The Fair. In consequence of sickness among tho hands in our office the fair, end many other gatherings too numerous to men lion we are compelled, ...

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. — 3 October 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING. OCT'R it. 'S he (uecns of France. , , Tli'i Dublin University Magazine, commrnf.in ll,on the lives of the roy al iind imperial wives of France, stains that there are but l.i out of 07 on w hose memory there is , no dark stain of sorrow or of 'six. An ox-, change in summoning up the statement nays: ,. ' . . "Of the others, eleven iverc di vorced; two did by the executioner; nine died very young; seven were soon widowed; three were cruelly tra duced; three were exiles; thirteen were bad in different degrees of evil; the prisoners mid the heart broken made up the remainder. Twenty who were buried at St. Denis, since the time of Charlernague, were denied the rest of the grave; their remains were dragged from the. tomb, exposed to the insults of the revolutinary populace, and then thrown into a trench and covered with quicklime." The present Empress, Eugenie, if continues to lead a pure and peaceful life, will, according to this, make (he fourteenth roy...

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. — 10 October 1857

THE WINCHESTER HOME VOLUME 1. S. A. Ilandly. 1857. n. B. Henderson HAIiDLY ft HENDERSON Are now receiving tlielr . , FALL STOCK ' DRY GOODS. FOR LADIES WE HAVE Muslin d'Laines, Cashmeres, Scotch l'laids, French and Cnglish Merinos, Itlack mid Fancy Silks lion net Ribbons, Embroidered Collars large lot HOOP SKIRTS, Brass Hoops, Black Cloth Cloaks, ITloi antique " Fine Hair Oils, Perfumery, and many other articles, the naming of which would con Mime mure time than it would take many of our friends to cine and see ror.themselvcs. , - POR GENTLEMEN WE HAVE Black and Blue Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Ready-made Clothing, Blue and Fancy Blankets, The latest style of Hats, Boots, Gaiters, Shoes, Cravats, Collars, Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, FINE VESTINGS, &c, &c, &c. Also, a good lot of i-4 Hardware, 0,uecnsvnrc, Cutlery, &c. We tender our thanks to a generous public for the lib eral patronage given us in the past and feel confident that by selling at ...

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. — 10 October 1857

THE HOME JOUNALf Alio wo reached the' roar part of . . ., , , Iilio Iiouso, but even there wc found the BY . J. SLiTi ru. 'l'leilsi.'d tu no j-iirt' arliltiiiry nwi.y, . V.'e rollow truth where'er tt!i; leads the wnj " SATURDAY AlORNlNCr, OCT'R 10. Since tlio eventful period of our ti vent into this sin-cursed world, wu don't remember to liavo cvflr hoard moro talk about IJiiiiksanl Hank failures. Every where, throughout tltc length nnd breadth of the wholo Union, wu hoar of failures, ....suspensions, &c. Ever since tho failure of tho notorious New York Life and Trust Company, our eycslidve discovered noth ing else scarcely in tho telegraphic items of newspapers but o similar result with oihar concerns. The panic bus even run to the highest pitch in our own Stale.--For awhile, not a single bill on any of tho Tennessee banks, savo the old State banks, could be passed, while bills payable out of the State were nowhere at all. But the excitement is now gradual ly subsiding, althoug...

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. — 10 October 1857

THE HOME JOU11NAL W. J. SLATTEIC xeeut for the Homo Journal. S. M. PETTINGILL & CO.,,.. .New York. JOHN P. HEFNER ..Winchester. GEO. . PURVIS, .....McMinnvillo SATURDAY MORNING, OCT'R 10. Uj3 An accident that we could not avoid has prevented us from issuing the paper until this (Monday) morn ing. rJ" To our subscribers who are in arrears for subscription, wo would state that wo are willing to take beef, pork, bacon, potatoes, good fire-wood, chickens, eggs, butter (nice, of course) or anything else in the way of trade. Come on the field is broad enough to cover all deficiencies. JLccturc To-Night. Monday, Oct. 12. AVo earnestly solicit the people of "Winchester to attend a lecture on Mir sic, to be delivered at the C. P. Church this evening, 7 o'clock, by Prof. L. C. Everett. It is his design to get up a school in our midst for the instruction in music of as many as will attend Prof. E. is one of the Everett firm, comprising four brothers, who are na tives of Virginia, and all o...

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. — 10 October 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL W.'i. SLATTKU. Agents lor the Home Journal. S. M. FETTINOILL & CO.,,'. . .New York. JOHN T. HEFNER,-.. '..... Winchester. iJEO. E. rURVS,..'....McMinnville Sent Free of Postage in Franklin County ., IN ADVANCE. ... . .'. ' ;'& 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS. , . '. . . . . . ' 'i 130 .AT THE END OF THE YEAR. , ' 00 INOllCltMF.NTS TO .i.l.'BS. - ;i copies $3 00; 10 copies ft 10. 00; 3 copies ' 8 00; 15 copies , 20' 00. ftF Subscriptions for a shorter time than one year must bi paid in advance. 8" Stugle copies sold at lOconts. ' VlvcrtiseineiiU of ten lines or loss wil. b3 iiiseried t Odd Dollar for ihe first and Fifty 0(lts ioc cucl1 subsequent insertion." Very liberal reductions made, for those who advcrti.su by the year, half year, or quarter. SATUUDAV MORNING. OOT'It JO. S'MIMii. .Mm; tenths of the miseries and viced oi niankiiul proceed from indo lence and idleness. Persons who have naturally active minds, whu.se "quick thoughts like lightning ore .alive,"' are mo...

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. — 17 October 1857

WINCH JOURNAL. VOLUME 1.. WINCHESTER, TENN.r OCTOBER 17, 1857. NUMBER 40. THE ESTER ';H 0 M E B. R Henderson HANDLY ft HENDERSON Ar now receiving their FALL STOCK DRY GOODS. FOR UDJES WE HAVE Muslin d'Lnincs, Cnslnncres, Scotch Plaids, French and English Merinos, Black and Funcjr Silks, lion net llibbons, Embroidered Collars lurgc lot HOOP SKIRTS, Brass floops, Black Cloth Cloaks, . Moiantilue " Tine Hair Oils, Perfumer', nd many other articles, the naming of which would con Immore time than it would take many ol our friend to come and see for themselves. POR GENTLEMEN WE HAVE Black and Blue Cloths, Black and Fancy Casaimere, Ready-made C billing, Blur and Fancy Blankets, The latest style of Hate, "". Gr- f0"' Cravats, loltar", Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, JlatidkerchleOi, FINE VESTINGS, S;C., &C, &C. Also, a good lot of 3 Hardware Queens ware, Cutlery, c. We tender our thank to a Generous public for the lib eral patronage given us in the puatjnnd feel confidsnt tint by sclli...

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. — 17 October 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL A. J. SMTTEK. "nfrlfscfl to no narty'8 arbitrary eway, Wa follow truth where'er alio teal the wajr."J WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, OCT'R 17. "BSafThe official vote of Tennessee for Governor, nt the last election, has just been counted by the LeiM&ture. It is, for Harris 71,156; for TIatton 59,807 majority for Harris 11,352. 83 The Mobile Mercury cnutiooa the public in regard to feeding stock with tha Chinese sugar-cono says the blades end stalks are first rate forajro, hut that the seeds are poisonous. A fmo horse died near that city, a few doya ago, from "ting them. friends in this section who ore en gaged the cultivation of this orticlo willdoTv. t0 remo:nber this caution. It may baWiuw but ony woy, wo will gonnfin l out, mnti, jmranna in tliia coup' fro raising it. - Getting .W:i:neil of Work. It is nstoninling what o charm there is in tape, calico, cod-fish otid tho like. Every boy in the land is turning rampant to get into a store. An 1 mechanics, too, no ...

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. — 17 October 1857

SB "H HUB Vi, J. SLATTE51 for tl Homo Jouriuil M, pETTINGlLL &, CO New York. EO E.'rURVIS McMinnvillo SATURDAY MORNING, OCT'Il 17. Pref. L. C. Everett. This eccomplished gentleman and mas music teacher is at present engaged in ottductmg a class, in our town, in vocol Lie. Although he has given but two lectures, yet rapidly have his pupils im, rovej especially those who never sung Ltore, and had no voire for sinking." otlgWhom we figured largely, but must noW c0nress that, under an instruction ns thorough and comprehensive as Irof. Ev. etelt's plan, we do not feel it to bo either Ttin or boastful to say that our voice is fine, and now our heretofore latent pow ers of music are being rapidly awakens! to a sense of their natural melody. We Brc going to learn to eing, and we know not, nor do we believe, that wo shall ever have a better or surer opportunity. Prof. j .8 class meet every Thursday and Fri day nights at the C P. Church. TJbc Lecture. W. attended, on Thursday night, the l...

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. — 17 October 1857

1 1 1 t'- '' :, -. - .,,: t -. : -. . i. ;-t""v .-';'"'C-l. ' f v ' " ' ' I ' ' " - - ? .1 n BKat,ljuiaaaacg,iow.iJi',MMM.jiiii iAGEY k HAliLTON, NO. Vt rOM.F.fiK IfTHBKT, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, W hules.ilc ami BotaH Pealcrs in llawlwiti-e and Cutl'ry niiiWlcrs' llai'dwurt, liuus, I'islols, Ac. 07" We have also alnrgo stock of farming lirip'omonts, Straw Cutter, Wheat Thresh- i ir i. it ,. av jiT-, linn iviiiucHy ii;irvuL:i" u uiuoi. ca- ccHi'nt (Jombiueu Kcnpor ami mower. July l tf Macet &, Hamilton. THOSE riIFf P GOODS SEI.USG STILL CHEAPO. As the season is advancing and I am desi roiis of closing out my Summer stock, I am now offering my goods at reduced prices. Now is the time to iret bargains. REMEM BER, that if you bring tho ca.-di along you save at least lit) per cent. J. R. HARRIS. Money Savod is Money Made." Save all the Linnr-nand Cott.'n Hairs about your premise!', wash them clean, and by bring ing them to mo you can set the highest mur ket price in good and cheap ooon...

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