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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 17 November 1870

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. How to Fatten lions. A Practical Feeder" gjves to tin Wet tern Uiu-.il hia c:pcrienuu tia i'ol Jows : The rearing and fattening of Iioh is one ol our grout farm iiuhistrius. I pio pose to make a few points, which ma. lis useful to my brollier fanners. 1'ork has been in nLort supply for several years, ami the price lulvtiiieod iicconl ingly. The prospect npuurd to indi cate that prices will keep up lor years to toino. The hog, like other unimrik, has liecn much Improved by judicious se lections and crosses in breeding; but (several points in every good breed du iend upon the swill pidl. High feed ing is required to do the best with any animal of uny breed. There is no Mieh thing as milking a 'J00 pound tnrkpr on scunlv food. When a man i pretends that his bleed of hogs can he made large, rangy and fat on a small quantity of food, you set him down as fimi that has reckoned without his host. The first point to be mado in, that the pig bhoulil he kept growing thrifti...

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. — 24 November 1870

, HKASLEY At CO., Editors mid Proprietor. ; TERMS ! 0e copy, ono year, WOO One copy, six months, . . .00 cy, three months, 60 sini'le copies, Jl ' .specimen copies sent free to nny address, AH Sii!)-triptioii8 Required Strictly in Advance Rates of Advertising ..lu-wifcments Inserted nt 1 50 per S!f ton lines (breViers ae.) first In- jj, niil 75 cents lor eucu euuseipieni, "2 iiTTT3 iif. 0 in. 11 yrT 7 50 12 00 115 00 . 15 00 20 00 25 00 .... 20 oo :to oo n) oo .... ;io 00 45 00 (10 00 45 00 CO 00 100 00 1 pqiiareS i tol'mu i' pol'mn rol'iiin ... A coliimn .t TTZnZmi'nU not marked with the of insertions dired, will ne.con "od till forbidden and charged accord- '""llwrti'enicnts In local column twenty ilv) ceiitHl)or lle each Insertion.. , -, . Transient advertisements must bo paid for In advance. ' TO COKUESPONDKNTS. .tire can lie tukon or Anonymous Cnmmnnii-ii Ko!rtltCtl!vh.,ievorlintoiiili!a lor Insertion in ii""'-. ". ;... must uuiiuthentitiiitt'il by Wli.ilevc I UV i - ! .1.1... ...

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. — 24 November 1870

HOME JOURNAL. The Sovereignty of the Htnlesuii'l tlio Stiuonliua- tlOIl Of tllO lil'llunil lillVUIIIlllCait. m;hs JTliMS. Memphis papers report Chancellor Yerger's health as scriousl impaired. A new daily pn)er, IJepuUicun in polties, will probably bu lS M.ctl soon t Chattanooga. Sam. Lacy, negro, lias Wen conviu ted at IlpntsvHle of rape, tlie jury find ing tbe death penalty. The l'uria Intelligencer represents ,1'aris as in a- prosperous condition, vhli rapid inipruveincnls in progress .Gen. Henry S. l-'oolc, of this State, delivered a lecture bet'oic n religious society at Jivnnsville, Indiana, last week. There is a " raining tree" a black gum ubout five miles from Holly Springs. The phenomenon has been observed for years. The returns of the laic election in Tipton county reveals tlx; fact that out of 3,000 voters in that county, only 1,200 turned out to the polls. t is jropofied in Ki.oxvillc to take Fleps ut sn early day to raise funds to contribute to the "Lee Monumental Assoc...

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. — 24 November 1870

LOCAL. iffltfRSPAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1870 rvlllo & Chattanooga and N & N. W. ItaUwMulB. ' trains booth. iiir Poawntfer 'Xralh leave. Nashvlllo j)y l o nt itophfird 2.1BP. II.: fwiv ti&' u' Arrlvc8 Bt UlmtUnooga "xiidif ranger Train leaves Nashville r,.5 !' f;i . ,ia nbattanooim 4.30 a. .U.IOP. rn.lNa MOUTH. nov Passenger Train leaves Chattanoo ,KJ, M, arrives at Dcchcrd 8.25 a. m ; 'F ps 8 40 ! m. Arrives In Nashville at jl-in hJhtPMsenger Train leaves Cbatta- WiUrd 13.20 . m. Arrives In Nashvlllo ii,tli trains connect at Chattanooga for ll)lll w" . .,.,-. plf loa cn,.ij. Al !rs r tll points In the Em T'.ist'leiineSSOOHIlU TUlluii, uinnc Uiltl,l , n H icctlon by taking the train that passes p.lssengers jrolnir Wcrtmake connection ,,itlttneashvllle & Northwestern Rail in at Nashville,) for St. Louis, Kama r iu and all points West and North-west. rr-iliM leave Nashville via Nashvlllo & Sk'tu W-W Trains runs dally.') g.iwr.u. v J. W. TIKftlAS, Gen'l Sup't. ' JDAKU!Y,0.r...

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. — 24 November 1870

FABM AND HOUSEHOLD. fa ' Vomlerf.i I Ciwps. Iiieh bw been said in I'aviir of irri untiuii iu these columns, and by n;.'ri cu'.turists generally, but where the is pciiineiit has been tn:ulc it lias realized nil that has been promi.sud. The New Vork Times publishes the toilo-Ain;! iutcrcsli ig rcsulti obtained from ii i gatioti in (Jolora In : 'We learn, for inslauee, that u Jlr. Manxes, whose farm is on the South l'lattc, near Denver, raised, in IMi'J, ninety bushels of wheat on one acre ol ground, sixty five on another, ai:d live hundred and fifty InnheU on ten acres of iiuolher farm. Mr. T. G. AmUr son raised ninety bushels of oaU mi cue m. re. V.t. V.'ni. I-'uninj.', the ruraUiire twelve milei Li low Trindad raised six hundred an.l forty bushels of oats on tight acre-:. Close by U H imu spot, Mr. Kniikw ri.iaod two hn.-i-drodaii.l I'.l'ty hii.-kuls of onion- :-.re. The Governor I' t I n, .IT l.: i. Ci ' re-! IT..". lately deelarod 1:1 p;i Kezn liineiy three raised on one nor. thir...

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. — 1 December 1870

. 1 f1 1 1 j-Ti". v '...i't1:1?'! 'n" " " ITffffWIM,lyBFlffl?l?,,,M'lB9BBCyyi?f , nno cony, thwe mot,, ,1. wff slnirle copies, ,,,..." v'' '. stelmen copies etit.fret any address, Specimen cop1 in SnklriDions Jlei Mates of Advertising, .mmroof ton HiM (brevier 8le,) t In tfn!nd75 ecnU lor each .(-l111. ' " . t. ' ? er'-vrl . Required " Tro. I 8 in.' 6m. 1 1 yrt .V. f T 6013 00 1500 . 15 TK) 0 00' 25 00 ...... aooo Moo 4000 ...t. 8000 480 WOO ..... 45 00 6OOTO0 0O 1 Square. h tol'mii Jj col'mn IT i.nl'mil ."column T.i.,0rtispment8 ,not,-wrkf. wllh tlie ""J-JlriiiwrtiniM dusircd. Will becon iS till forbldJon Mid .cliawAwnt. '"ifctlMinento u locol" wlu'mn twenty dve cents per line ea-'h tuition . ,. f f fl....,i ..it odvertiuemcnta must Te itd for in advance...' . yv - ' : ' TO .i... n he taken ot Anonyinon Commanlca thi nam and lclro8 oftb wWUimo, no- ill buee : ,, jmu-aii. winchwter- ?nn oue of h pane, ahd with all nthe, conhctet Willi me miiamm ueimr All forelftn advertisfer's must ...

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. — 1 December 1870

HOME JOURNAL. Iho Sorercijjpt; nf tko State. .'..til this Salwnlinii. tion !' the Ocnoml Oun:nimciit, Amendment.. If the Legislature of the State o! Tennesson, which meets next Monday, would take steps to amend the Consti tution, In-tlio wanner prescribed ly tliat instrntjiunt, bo ns lo disqualify cv try one.froni voting or hohliii! ollici under the Stritc who cannot read tin; Constitution in the Kn-ilislf laiiiiu;c and write his name, :i remarkable im petus would lie given, in our jndr went, to the cause of common school education. The proposed mncndineni is one of the provision,-, of the Consti lutionoflhc S.ate of MuksucIiuscII:). r.nd is jnst wlmt wo need in Tennessee. The statistics i-.'ioiv, says a contempo rary, that in point of ignorance Ten ncfisee and North Carolina stand jrf emineut. Tlie consequence is that universal Hiiilrac is equivalent, in many instances, to the disfranchise ment of the virtuous and intelligent portion of the conirnti'iit.y. The ignor ant hold t'.ic ...

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. — 1 December 1870

LOCAL. IKBSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870 ushVl '2 K. W. KUlroatta. TRAINS BOOTH. Pnsocnuer Train leaves Nashville m Pnswn.er Dl.chrd 2.15 p. u.; f.W '.,;' . Arrives at Chuttanooiru l. uves ttt JVusMi!rcr Train leaves Nashville 'l! .arrives at will leaves Decherd iTiii p ' Arrive! at Chatta TWAINS NOIITH. . Pnuht-n-'er Train leaves Ohattanoo pny Pftwn,veg ttt ,)M.,lt.rd 8.25 a.m ; tra-i-1', .A:,f An-lves In Nashville at 1,-itves two 1 1 Pu'senger Train leaves Chatta ' soil r. r.i arrives at and leuvei """f id Vi ' M Arrives in Naahvllh ,.' ... tr.;s eonnect nt Chattanoojra for J . .. ami U principal cities Houth. M, "" , crs or all points in the Satt r. tT . messeeand Virginia, make direct l"1"' 1 . ... i,v tiikliisr the train that passes ci.iitieciu " 3 pf;llL?'!l" wVL'oinWePt make connection M,iriUvllie & Northwestern Kail- r"u, , i.f all points West and North-west. C& l!"vc , Nashville Nashville & v ,. western 1 a lroou atu.io a. m. anu I J I U00 Trains runs dally.) .j.iwr.a. ...

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. — 1 December 1870

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. . , i r . . " Best Food lor Fatteiiltr.r t utile. 13e!a S. Ilast'ngs, ouo of tho loud" ing lienors, from Vermont, in iii')!y ji g cattle for the I'.octon market, gave his exi erience and o! servation in ic- lation to fattening block, at a late meet ing of the Caledonia Comity runners, Club. Ho said: " J liu main olijeu; of the farmer is lo get the. raoKt out of his fodder. It does not iry to feed grain to a poor creature, one that does nut take on flesh rabidly. Fanners will do better lo dispose of bicli Mock for what it will bring, and procure an imal of good nt.y'iL'. Another import and point is, farmers do not feed heavy enough, lie would commence with as much food as thev could bear at fust. and thou increase. In feeding twelve quails of meal, the last four piaiti are worth twice as much as the lint four for fattening purposes. Some farmer complain that they do not get pay for the grain they feed out, but ho had noticed that it was only those who fed light th...

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. — 8 December 1870
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. — 8 December 1870
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. — 8 December 1870

LOCAL. giUisDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870 Mail Arrniijfciiicnt. MAILS AKIUVE. , ' ; i Mull, tx-r NuBhvllle & Chatta. m MAILS CLOSE. Seville. Mull, per Winchester & Al- ...frwlc business hour, and on Sunday 1 ordcrl.' sold, which b the mwi .,.: ! .. ovnlciit uiiil cheapest way to ivnui ' . .,'11 sums of money. n.-v-rent and newspaper postaireg . art Me ami lyb I'"-tw ly ln ' nilll'l'LE, P.M. Winchester, Tenn., lec 1st, iw , PROPOSITION Ti the Honorable tJountu Conrt, ltlie Voter of franklin (Juun- Hi.atute oj TennenHvei The umlersicnou having purenayi mi nr-Power and a:r.' of land sin - .ir.i.llAU' 'l "1 ,?tv .Tennessee, known as "Alliso- with Hit! view of ercctinu. machiuen be driven bv tlic said water power, wish- Franklin county, by a vote of her citi ,,., lit un election to be held by unit under fn order from the County Curt of ku county, to 0ieennd anntee to him Hid hl "i'riia !thc f benefit ot the lidlowlng pmpo !it'i on H9 an inducement to make .aid ini ?!rVveienU Viz: That 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. — 8 December 1870

FABM AND HOUSEHOLD. . Culture. At a aulasiigucut mcctiag II r. Holt, of New Market snid. : I otk-o bought a tract of twenty-two acre?, in the edge of Durham, for 81,200, v.w told the farmers I van floing to raiBO whc&t. They lanfth'jj nt rno, and add they couUln't raiKo wheat. I ashed them, 'If you put into the soil what will make wheat apd make draw, can't you gel wheat?" They said, "Ties; if you know what it is." I bail a noap facto ry ard told them I was goii:g to try an abundanco of leached ashes. I plow ed the land, sowed wheat, and had splendid crop. Tho next bpiing the larmcrs all around mo w.ti.icd to buy seed wheat, utid I had a Rood chance to Bell ray wheat and my ashes, too, and tho farratrd all around there rais ed wheat that year, and hnvo raisod it ever 3ince, clear up into Nottingham,! and in other towns where they did not tbhik of raising v. heat betore that. The first year after I bought the land, I cut only novel) touu of bsy on the twenty-two aurr.s. If it bad...

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. — 15 December 1870

pTbKASL liiY & CO' Editor and Proprietor. ... TERMS One cony, one year, . One copy, sU months, .... ...... One copy, three months,.., ....... $2 00 I 00 60 10 KiiiiriM copies, Specimen copies sent free to any address. jij SuMriptwns tteqniwd Strictly in Advance Bates of Advertising. Advertisements Inserted at 1 ISO per ,mi rt of t "ueS b,:ovk'r 8,lze'), flr8t "T 1 JtiMi and 75 cents Jor euch subsequent Insertion. TT57 2in. 3 inTTC in. lyr. $ 7 50fl2OO$15 0O rSoiwre. Ucol'mn 13 Of 10 00 25 00 h. I'orniti 20 001 30 00 45 00 40 00 00 00 30 00 45 00 j COl ! 00 oonoo 00 t'OI II""' :emtnt4 nut marked with the ,,,, "r of 'insertions desired, will be con fined (ill forbidden and charged accord- '"'vlfvertUements in local column twenty tivu cents per line each insertion . - Xmn'ient advertisements must be paid f01- in advance. TO COUBE8PONDEUTS. . man be taktm or AnonymonsCoiiiiminlta S f w halivnr i intcn.tal lor inurtion in n'h .H.jiiniJ')!'"'"1! mmt t iiutlienticutod by the in nend a-...

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. — 15 December 1870

-X HOME JOURNAL. Thi 8ovrif aty of tho tiutirtsn.l the Htibur.lhia Hon of the (iiyicral u.ivttniiiiint. The Presidential C'umpalirn. Under tho above heading, "The Old Guard," published in New York, utters tho sentiments of every honest Iemo crat in tlio land. We make a few cx tracts. It says: " The wur wns nllogotlicr the work off as.iion. Reason always condemned it, ns n thing entirely unnecessary in the beginning, find most criminal and damnable in its prosecution. It was in violation of fill thoso great and fiucre l principles of local sovereignty and sell' government which tUe Democratic 1'ar ty lind tenaciously held from tlio very foundation of tho Union. It was in violation of even the comumi hiw of humanity ntul justice, and voted solely upon the unnatural uud irr.plaeaUespii' it of revenge. The results which have ooroe of it prove that it was one of the greatest crimes of history. Such fruit could grow only upon tlio most deadly tree. In joining tho black campaign, every Dem...

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. — 15 December 1870

LOCAL. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870, Mail Arrangement. MAILS ARRIVE, ncnoral Mail, per Nunhvllle A Cbatta liiiUrottd. 8.00 P.M. ntvtfvi)l Mail, Pr Winchester & Al- MAILS CLOSE. . Vavettevllle Mall, per Winchester AI- "pfrtotllce (Sonth-eas't side Square.) open MoJry orieS wM, which' Is the most atl' convenlciitund cheapest way to remlt inu'll suniaofniouov. iinv-rcut und newspaper postages are lncand payable qrterly in advance. 1 M. C. WHIPPLE, P.M. Winchester. Tenn., Dec 1st, 1869. Anliville & Cliattanooira and N. TRAINS SOUTH. 1HV Passenger Train leaves Nashville Va M. ! arrives at Declierd 2.13 r. M.; leavi's 2.30 v. m. Arrives at Chattanooga "'xHit Passenger Train leaves Nashville (l V f si ; arrives at and leaves Declierd IUOp.'m' Arrives at Chattanooga A. M.'(I"lly TRAINS XOBTII. ' v Dhv Passenger Train leaves Chattanoo pi345 a. u.; arrives at Declierd 8.25 a. m; li'avos 8.-U) a. m. Arrives in Nashville at Night Passenger Train leaves Chatta nnV'it W p- rrlvt's ftt nnd ...

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. — 15 December 1870

- 1 1 :1 I t FABM -AND 'EQUSMOLIh i Lime. A. writei in the Journal of tho Hoy al Agricultiltttl .Societyj dcseribin th. permanence of the action of lime; ny tlmt be knows a niece of ground con tuining 100 acres, which formerly grew nothing tiiil heath. A good dic-siiii of limo was applied on the surface n the swui'ii which lmo nearly tloul l;t is value. Tins was done several yon ago, an J totally eradicated the heath Tho, limo to this day np;ionra in In! condition, as its eUVcln usually testily from the richness and sweetness of the Lcrliago, Hie texture of which has Leei. entirely changed. Our friends Puttie ii Shook, at Cow an are iirojarcd to furnish our fa mors with any quantity of lime at re a souabie i; e-. I -' Every Firmer Should Have tt Trade Murk . Indeed, every f V r:ji r's name and ad dress in lull should iii) on to every barrel of aj ti : s, po'.:ilocs, sack ol prilii, tidi ol ' hnttcr-iiox of cheese mid Laaket of heri'ii" l.c ship - to ini.rlut Jiin naum should he his ...

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. — 22 December 1870

Editor and ProprletoMi - ' one copy, Hi monthy;V...H M ,! three .month.,,; ...:K 0 iinlAH. I V Specimen coploi tent free to any addreto AD SoMrijtim Begairci teittly ii khiatt . Li.nn.iif Inserted at tl M Mr Jbao? "on line. ( brevier le,) ftrrtln K"and75 cent lor each eubeequent ,,ntsrio" 1 Sii;re. i col'nin 7.50 tl?oo WW 00 IB w 90 00 90 00 46 00 25 00 MOO 40 00 P. corron 45 OW 60 00 column 60 00 J00 00 dvertUernenti not marked wltt . the number Of interuono uwnw wui u tiiiued till foenwaenajw ' i...nt tn local column twenty e cents per line earn Insertion J , . TranMent advertisement must ;paid for In advance, TO COHKESPOKDEJiT. " WhMver la nniM iur umnw Th?Uo Journal. J uUieiikatU by ..irinu oftha writer not neo ..rilr for publication, by M a guarantee for mimtiMM ioi jonrnal." Winchoitor- . iiauaieattoBii for publication muit be writ- ".ir connected wiui mib wimiu nuuar. Journal. Winchester, Jeiitt. oml!Sot.M anile. o.Wtake to retunrarMelea liot tuundnultaum r auwwaww. hb- All f...

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. — 22 December 1870

HOMEJOUKNAL Sorerclgiity of thf btte jiml the St.twilun ' of the fWernl UovcrMiiiU. IsajfTO; - BuflVuite.:. I ' '" 'Tis true that we have negro suflYsgc in Tennessee; ',is truu t)mt Uio elce ' tivc franchise Is guaranteed to the ne '"''fcrb ljr tlio Constitution of.tlte Slate; 'tis true that the tritiin arguments : tised hy "gentlemen In the Coubtitution . al Convention. In fitvor of the outrage, rwero that we had only about fort . ' thousand negro voters ngaitist a hun dred and sixty thousand white voter; , and, that if wc did not full down upon . ou,kuees at the feet of a tyrannical administration, and lick the hand that ample us, like a contemptible cur. aud do what they dktat.ed, our Stale , .would be '(constructed. . -.-''History informs tis that the occasions are rare that private interests are wil lingly saeritk-ed to the public good, aud we think the action of many prom inent men inTcnnessce.'und tlic action Ot . the Slate itself last 2Iaivh, in tin advocacy mid adoption of ...

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. — 22 December 1870

'-!'. - - '' ..W-J--M 11 II. ,1. ... .I,'..l., ,.,,, .,.lw-, f W W. -JH ; -fer-- WPaasasaHsswp- n iii'illy ,l ii III in" "t ' XH ? V locals- u THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23,, 1870 Mfttf Arrangeiaeut. . 'MAIL! ABEIVB. '::' -u-;' General Mall, per NashvUle phatta- MAll CLOSE., iu FayettevlH HalUlwr Winchester A Al- t&r' sul' Cb,ktt8- boom Kullroad, (546a.m. ' jSStoflloe (South-east side Square.) open during business hours, and on Sundays ftMoney overs' ' W which I the most lafcconvenlent and cheapest way to rewlt t nail wnii of monev. Box-i and nowipanw postages are lue and payable qnattorfy in advance. - ' M. C. WHIPPLE, P.M. ' ' Winchester, Tenn.; Pec, lit. 1869. 0 wiU all bur readere a happy Christmas. ' tm a Equine Remedies best in market. ' There, were several partios in town last week, and the prospect for mors is brightening- , . : ; ' Try the Equine Remedies. '- Tutsday' night was Cold enough to make all old bachelore feel perfectly miserable. ' ''ti' . Equine Powders a.'ean Alter...

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