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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 January 1859

. . - Volume' Hi - . W.- J. BLATTElti Kclltox'.' ' fTriMlir lo ao I'ariyli rtirnry swujr, I-.' We folio Trulb where'er the Iwiiii Hie waj.' . ; QUARRELS. . One of the most easy, tho most com mon, most perfectly foolish things in the- world! is to quarrel no matter with whom man, woman or child; or upon what pretence, provocation, or occasion whatsoever. There is no kind of necessity in it, no manner of use ih it, and no species or degree of benefit to be gained by it; and yet, strange as tho fact may be, theologians, politicians, lawyers, doctors and prin . ces qaarrel; tho churches quarrel, and . the fltates quarrel; nations, tribes, cor Iporatiens, man, women and children, k dogs and cats, birds and beasts, quarrel about all manuer of things, and on all manner of occasions. If there is any thing in ' the world that will make a man feel bad, except pinching his fin gers in the' crack of tho door, it is un . questionably a quarrel. Aro man ever fails to think less of himself after 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. — 27 January 1859

Mit gjrpnte journal; W. J. HLAT'i'P'K, K.litor. "Pledges' lo as rrt) ' arbitral sway, W fullos? TfulU where'er sks lends Ike wnjr, WJ-NCnjOTlilt: SATURDAY MORNING, JAN'Y 27. ONE OF THE GROCERIES, .We recollect of a grocery 'which ex lated not a thousand yoars since, in a stable, .llii grocery peeper bad a.lU ennseto retail by the drink! 1 1 is bar ,wai In oiitt side of the stable. The stable run back about 100 net, and contained a large number of stalls. In these stalls, which, prior to then, were used for horses, the grocer keep er would stall his customers when they became too drunk to pivite well. Sometimes, too, they were quite demand, for often, wo hnve heard, lliey were nearly oil oceupied. Now, we do pot intend to abuse this method of d'spositig of drunken men. On tho oher hand, wo feel like com mending the keeper for tho appropri ateness of the thing, for what is a bet ter or more proper place for an inebri ated man than a good stall in a sta ble, wjtli a. little fodder or o...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 January 1859

IS "J Site Him- IwmI jNJBLISHEll EVERY .TIIUBSDAV pVElJIN0 AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. '! jA.GEN'J'8 FOB TUB jIUUrtNAL : 8. M. PLTTINGILL & CO.,. . . . New York. JOHN P. HEFNER Winchester GEO. E. PURVIS McMinnvillo T 1. CUM MINGS rullalionm. .JOHN B. RHODES Shelbyvill ,C. A. HUNT Salem. ; frl. GILDEKSLEEVE, Fayettovillo , ' t&m Subscriptions for a shorter time ' fthan one year mint oe pain in advance, jj! Hereafter no club subscriptions - .( lias than the reguUr price ($2) will be received. However, when a club of .five subscribers ia aept us, we will allow an extra copy gratia to the getter up of ,i - tho ClUD. BSfSingle copies solil at 10 cents. fSaJ" When creilit for the paper isgiv ,en to the end of the year three dollars ,will be invariably charged. Founo. The watch belonging to Mr. Natt, deceased, which we noticed lust .week, has been found, It having been .placed away. for safe keeping nnd forgot ten in the excitement during the occasicm. . The man who "played upon tho ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 January 1859

1 V ft 3 hr pwtf gwti'tl. "'.".LIW?P BVCnV TIIUitHJMV BVBNINU AT ' YWO tlOU.ASfl PI! II ANNUM. , tt M. riiTTr.VOir-f.& C'0.,....Nov York. JOi.JNT P. HEFNER, Winclie-lor. .. fi. I'lJKVIS MnMinnviJIo ' ,f. OU VI VWND.S I'lilliiliofim. JOHN H. KIIODliS SliHllvillo- f". i. HUNT Sulorn, I, I. (ilhDEHSf.KKVK ryi.irviMB. K3 Sul)scrijiiin for a hliortitr limo tlinn no your in uat be p.iiil in uilviitici, SuF lleronftur no tlul) mibsi'riiHion". M In I ho a (ha rugtilfir priro (21 will ho riicifivrnl. Howuvit, whoa n dub ul Ave subscribers in nont us, ivo will nllow in oxtru copy (rtaiij to llio goiter ol tnu ( lut). &S'Siri(jlo copios solil fit 10 conM. Whon cro.lii for tlio pnpor is div ert in tho oiiil of ih'i ytnr llirco dollura will be invariably chnroi. THE FAllMJSIt'S CAPITAL. That wis a happy .illusion of Hon.' J. W. Clnpp, of Miss., (in his lato Agricultural AddrorMty to the old farmfcr who hud to pay the score. The illustration spo ken of represents, in tho font ground, a ki...

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. — 3 February 1859

HOME OURNAL i Volume III. She m 0MraL luYW. J. SLATTEB. Pledie U Prty' arbitrary wr, We fbllu Trath where'er Ue leads I he wj .' Tub Titlu op Professor. There is a most ridiculous practice now-a days, of giving the title of Professor to ev-eryjack-a-napes who has had the good fortune to take a peep into u collcgo window. It matters not however in significant and underserving the per-.-sonages who bear the title, still you Shear nothing but Professor so and so, 'Until the very title has become almost m disgrace, rather than an honor. Wc 'understand that one of these titled fpersonages not a thousand miles away 'having made application for a sheep rskin, was passing an examination for his degree, when failing upon every subject upon which he w is tried, he complained that he had not been questioned upon tho things whi ' he knew. Upon which, the examining master tore off about an inch of paper and pushing it towards him, desired h'm to write upon that, all he knew. He had to make off 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. — 3 February 1859

my in WW IP ill ''.'H'MffV1 ? , , if y . . - . . " ,- ' mm Ml! i Hi ' 'p 1 ' J ny W. J. HLATTIOIl. it drd in no Vsrlf's rhllrr mrsy, . li) luiiuit Trim whrK'rmbe Iradnlbe ),' NASHVILLE. "Xn went down to thin city lust week ,.u n "dying visit," ami found the town ;t where it used to be, only uprcad Ad n little more. Time was when to ,:.') tg Niisliville wan quite a trip, und v. hen n follow w ent tluro and returr. i .', h;'J furl important for . month nf . rv.:fd'i, !ut in this era of nt.nn and .-.i.'!ro.vlj, to breakfant la Winchester .id 41 no in N.'whvilli? is just a.s cimy to "iUy at home; and to tell an in it.'ual in Winchester that vou are i'-'ng tu Nashville, doesn't cause his ya ly open any wider, or his lips to '. ul ver, or nostrils to dilato at all. So .!( h fur this fast ago, Well, as we said in thn beginning, went to Nashville last week. On ' i p way down we wero entertained "' agreeably by the very best of . -.mpany. (We allude rspecially to ' who had been visiiing our ...

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. — 3 February 1859

i..f i, . AT WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBR'Y 3rd. Mab'y Sharp College Uible Society. The annual Sermon of this Society, will bo preached next "Sabbath, Feb. 6th., at the Baptist Church by Eld. M. U. Clement. Adelia C. Graves, Prea'dU M. 3. Coll. S. Soc, On next Wednesday night our citizens, who are all anxious wo guess for something of interest, will havo a chance to witness and hear the "Brilliant Musical Feast" advertised in another column. Major Huntley enjoys a splendid reputation as a vocalist. Besides, he will be assisted by a distin guished fifer and flutist, Mr. Jloeke, late of the American Na vy. On the whole, the entertain ment promises to be a "good thing" and will, we doubt not, bo well attended. Read the ad vertisement. That music made last night by some of "the boys," and to which wo were an unknown and un rthought of listener, was very nice. The symphony of sweet sounds awoke us from a pleasant slum ber, and when again we slept, Ttwaa as on a bed of roses, all fr...

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. — 3 February 1859

j'i.'b:.i.iilu evbwv tikihhday evkninu at two dollarr fur annum. M. rurJ'JNGILL & CO Now York. .'D'itf V. UKFNIill Winclie.lor. '.'CO, K. PURVIS McMinnvillo i' J. tJUM.MiNOS I'lillnhmrm. :V.lZ 0. IiHODES iJtJfyvillo- ;. ,l. HUNT ,Sulin. T. i. (ilMJERSLEEVE Favetiovillo. i. :!. TENISON, Ntmhville. Subscription for a shorter time ;'iu omyaar tuusl bo paid in advance. I if Htronfiat no tlul KuUrriplions u s limn din regiilnr price ($2) will :! rcceivcii. llowtmir, when a cluli of i'i' o rub.icriucrs t f sunt w, we will iillow vi I'Siro copy griilis (o the getlurup of ...' C Mill. .fit? Sinn In copies sold nt 10 con In. WIiod credit for tliu paper !h t'iv : i t'i tin ciiil of llio year tfireu tjoljura) -.11 he invariably char; . r CluUig.-W will Mipply ei.lier , . i . r- i Mneiizins, or dm hum c, or Go- ;,; and tho Homo jnnrni.l, one yenr, for dolJnrs. Arthur's Homo Majinxiim, I'utorion'fi, und tho Home Journul. our .-, for a 2S. The. Rest Stork Atone Profitable. ' I,c celebrated Mr...

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. — 10 February 1859

' 4 k .,, ... .,.M... - .............liWiW"ail.. I. ."' - " - ; '( - -- - T".'. H Volume III. WINOHI5STJSR, TENN., 'FElilitTAIY 10, 1859. Number 5. Site fame .gflnral "BY W. J. H LATTER. Ple4e lo no Forty'! orbllrory away, Wo follow Truth where'er he lm) the way.' Our paper is issued this week on Thursday morning, at which timo it will continue to make its appearance very, week.. Advertisements, to in sure insertion, must be handed in by Tuesday morning, at furthest, as we put the paper to press on Wednesday. OPPOSITION TO YOUNG MEN. Everybody knows how common it is for old and middleaged men to try o keep young men from rising in the world by sneers at the youthl'ulneas of ;the aspirants as even in the case of Walpole, whose taunts against Pitt so signally failed to depress the latter, and served but to "damn their author to everlasting shame." No young man of talents but has had such eni mies to encounter; men who seem to take a fiendish delight and cherish certain malicious pleas...

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. — 10 February 1859

nf TcniU'sie'", and easy of nccess n! itiiiiiy points, it must Iiocomo the ' iin'iipr resort of those weallny plan "is, who ele-siro to recruit their fami lies during tho summer montlm, and ? y l unwilling to be far separator! 'roin their pliiiiting interests. The . i;in 1st not diilunt when this whole j .luteal! will bo covered over with villas, iind cottages, and watering jla vni), rnd will teem with the most refin ed society of the South and West. Thla will be tho place of meeting of i he South and Wrut.nnd Wilmington, t'lmi-lerton and Savannah will here ohake livida with Mobile, New Or enn, Nashville and Memphis, and ce i;jnf tho strong bond of mutual in- fcifst with tho vet Htroncer ones of friendship and love. Ilccausu when Sewanee was clio t il as the site of the University, tho iiunn was unknown, it was at once concluded that it was remote and out of the way. Thin is the usual reason it:;; of the world, and was as false in i ' 1 1 a instance as it is in most others t,wancc, ...

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. — 10 February 1859

She loitte JJauwaL TUBLISIIEu VERY THURSDAY EVBMINO AT TWO DOI.tABS PER ANNUM. WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, FEBR'Y 10. . A communication from "Veri tas "..dated at Tullahoma, will be published next wock. See the card of A. Williams in another place. Ho proposes to give higher prices for negroes than any other man. Ho u the man, if you have negroes to sell. The Weather. It is cloudy and cold, and trying to snow a "Uig iov" but hasn't yet done so. In fact, the weather is just as Hill .said it would bo. During this .week ho predicted north westers, .rain, snow and sleet. We'vo had 'them all so far, and prospects for a, like continuanco are flattering. Hurrah for Hill 1 Everybody ought to buy his almanac, for ho -makes good calculations in regard 4o the weather. J. P. Newell & Co. have opened a boot and shoo establishment on the South East side of the square, and are well prepared to supply all kinds of extra work, in their line. If gentlemen want nice boots or shoes, to fit like 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. — 10 February 1859

'She; gjwut tynml 'VDMk'IIKII V.VHUY TIIIT'OAY I'.VIININfJ AT two dwxahh rr:R akni.'m. ..i?N'j;a7oirrlVijT6uhN.4i ). M. rJ.TJ'INIiiLL it CO I.'ew York. ni!N P. IIKFMill, .....Wiiiehenter. T J. "CUM MINGS rulluliomu. 0JJN I'.. ItlOUii.S ..fc'liulbyvillo- X A. UlTNT Salem. L. J.wCfr,I)ERSr,EEV, JVoucvillo. A. M. TENISON, ,Naaiiville. , 13" Subscriptions for a aliorter timo '.haa oo your ioust bo paid in advance. tfc& iUreafter no cluli Hult-ri juioriM 4.1 le.a than (ho regular price (Vi) will 'in received. However, when a club of j iv uLic fibers in sont us, vu will allow in extra copy (jrutia to the ettur up of .no ciui). ,ti)fSirij!le copies acid at lOceril. Jtyr When c rciti t for the paper iaj-'iv-in to the end of tho year three dollars will be invariably charged. '..;.;.;,... u' i:n r. ; i .. , ' . i . . Ilnrner s Mnirnxino, or Graham", or lio i A. i . i i r i i r... our dollera. Arthur's II onie Maii.inc, Of Polcr.nnri's, and the Home Journal, oim year, for 3 25. ( A"Vicn Gr...

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. — 17 February 1859

r "Volume III.' Site tW gounwl "HYW. J. SLATTl'lt. "PledKCtl lo bo mny-) anmrnrjr inuy, . w fbllow Truth where'er Hhe laid (In way.' AGENTS FOB THE JOU11NAL. S. M.'PKTTINGILL & CO New York. JOHN P. HEFNER, Winchester. T J. CUMMINGS rullahoma. JOHN B. RHODES, Sheluyville- C. A. HUNT,.. Salem. L. I. tHLDERSLEEVE Favottoville. A. M. TENISON Nashvillo. g" Subscriptions for a shorter time than one year must bo paid in advance. J8" Ileroafier no club subscription at Toss than the regular price ($2) will :be received. However, when o club of five subscribers is sent us, we will allow an extra copy gratis lo the gottor-up of Abe club. US-Single copies sold at 10 cents. f When credit for the popor is giv en to the end of tho year three dollars will be invariably charged. Clubbing. Wo will supply either Harper's Magazine, or Graham's, or Go dey's and the Homo Journal, one year, for four dollars. Arthur's Home Magazine, or Potorson's, and the Homo Journal, ono year, for 3 25. Tub Lotus. 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. — 17 February 1859

V'"' fl'i:''; .-Vv,;-;; ''.'.'v-.V .-;,' f.C'V"V''. ' to Cuba, or whatever oilier iur slion , ' , . v ' v-.-'-'' ;,; ..'.'' ' J'w: v'-'y; ''':., '.v' "''"' v.;:-Vv-. :1'.'.."";.fi,l'-;vi.? !','v ...v- . ' i? of cur lorciirn imlinv. and th nniinirv ul,u 1 '; : - w"','; , '':;t1 v,yn '. V.,',Vv, 'y; .l ."V,"' 7.'..' vJ V will ho all the rniKlilier, atublvr and , ', ," : 'IV ; - , ' ' A;",v v: -.s, . -; - .. ;;v!;. ; THE ACQUISITION OF CUBA It is a matter of grutifleolion to us io wit nrss nny efTort rnndo for the ac uiuliioii of this much-ncedcl jland, and Spnntor Slidoll dpsfrves great ;irnino forlii eflbrlB in lliis rnsj)cut. A to tlie means which hIiuII bo used ill order to gpt it, Unit is a Beeomlary tai;i)iidpral i(n. WliciKiVpr it beeoinPH npcpjwiiry to our nationul welfare, y means almost is justifiable, bet us purcliaso it if wo can, at a rcn.niiinl'r n i(!, but any way, let us hrtve if No ninMouablc obieetiou enn he urged ogaiust (hi! poftition. Our cxporli to thatitiland arn...

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. — 17 February 1859

r-, . X; (V r i fUBMSHEU EVE'tY TIIOCNOAV EVCMNO AT TWO DOI.MPS PUB ANNUM. Ei'ispocal Services. Rev. Air. Mot Iris, who has come to our town to live, as Pastor of the Episcopal Church, has had the upper story of the Court House renovated and arranged for the com fort of all who may attend. Services every Sunday. The residence of Dr. Lewis Met calfe in this place was struck by light ning last Tuesday night, but we arei glad to know that no serious injmy ; occurred. It struck immediately over the room in which two young ladies were sleeping, and tore oll'a few shin gles, only frightening tho fair occu- j Jmnts a little too much to be a "laugh- i ing matter." j In our paper to-day will be found a ; Succinct but clear report from the Finance Committee. in relation to the ! 4...i:.: e .u.. imv:.. 7,u,um Ul lua " m cnestcr. u win oo peiuca wnu 111- terest, we surmise. . , '.i , ' . , ,, , night the elements opened and the rain foil in torrents. Lightning flush- rl vivid in rmlek sneeessin...

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. — 17 February 1859

I. V ' eoV'f I ' I ft ' . f . 4 ' Si:! .1 1.' '.'! I-" i Site tomc 0vnnL pUULISIJKU ISVHHV TUUHNDAV i KVUNINU TWO DOLLARS .'Hit ANM.U. A Naivb Co.wission. A young la dy thin "KiMHinas" Boriiowlmt Hiirprinwl bur purifier by exprcNbiiig ft cl;M averr-ion to inoustfttsliei.. On hv.iu prfai,tl fo give her reason or it, hIio at first fenced off thn qufistlon by do clariiij- lljut h lady nwded no miikoh for disliking tiling. On Ihmii;; I'urtln questioned, ulie glnucc.! nlily at tlio wisUiJlof, find tlicn durtin un arch hole at her parlnur'n arixiom I'miv, on which tliomcwt luxuriant of irioustiinh v had liecn cultivated, stio replin with ehnnnins; naivete, "Well, I don mind telling you. It is hceaiisn Ihey, oh, to tickli. onel" How to Utavshu J'looo. Tul.o the flno dusl. ol'tea, or tlio scrapings of tin iiiHidii ol tnimM leatlmr, ami land clo.su upon tbo wound, and Idood will noon warn to How. 1 heuo article: are at all times ace-osnil;lii and tjitisy fo he, obtained. AlWtho blood lias ce...

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 February 1859

IP HI 3 HME 0 Volume She f owe I WINCHESTER, TJ3K3ST., FEBRUAliY 24,. 1859. Number We follow TrotH wUere'enln leudmiie wy.' AdBNTS FOR TUK JOUHNAL, S M. PKTTINGILL & CO...... Now York. JOHN P. HEFNER,, Winchester. T J. CUMMINOS l'ulliilioiiin; JOHN B. RHODES,'.... Sliolbyvillo- C. A. HUNT, . Suletn. U I. : GtLDERSLEEVE Fayotloville. A. M, TENISON ...Nashville. Subscriptions for a shorter time than ono year must bo paid in advance. . Hareofter no club subscriptions t less than tho rogulry pricq ($2) will lie received. Ilowevor, when a club of five subscribers is sent us, wo will allow on extra copy grutis to the getter-up of Ahe club. . JJ"Sinelo copies sold at 10 cents. Whon credit for the paper is gtv en to the end of tho year three dollars will bo invariably charged., " Clubbing. Wo ..will supply either Harper's Magazine, or Grnham's, or Go Joy's and the Home Journal, ono year, for four dollars. Arthur's Home Magazine, or Potorsrm's, and the Home Journal, one year, for 3 25. 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. — 24 February 1859

Slie 1IY W, J. Hf.ATTKIl. "VMxvA lo uu Parly's arlillrnry twuy, Me fjlluir TruM uhcrr'trthe lend the way,' Thutii.-.1ii I'xcliaiifc'e suys, "uhow tiu n nowDpajHT whoso column aro wrowthxl with new advertiiwmontH, iirjd n will jiImjw you a community lira with busiiicn and enterprise. Tlw ngn i moving one. A man thiU tnuld tftill in llmso Matte r days' will iu a kliort tiino find uimaelf behind (sis ooiapetitor." Wo commend this liiut to the UiHiuesa men of invito fa: R I'.T U KN C II M K N T NU RmillVf. 'J'llO jmy of mcniliors of tho pPcsent Cun green for tho tnWt nrBsioii, now about to clo.se is over Thirly JJoIIum per Joy. It must bo lulrnitled tlmt Ihc jieoplr", thousands of whom mvijiit find toil for a dollar n day in I lie. work shops, at the forge, and in tbn fields through winter's driving Ktorms und summer's scorching sum, tire a liberal and self-sacrifiicing constituency. Thirty Dollars per day I Meanwhile the Treasury grows empty, and the Hounds that como from its depleted ...

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 February 1859

XK nil ) nVlll' i, I It !V.Vaa) jJyU . ,-... , 4 fUDLlSnEU EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT .TWO DOLLARS PKK ANNUM. AO ENTH i''0 II TH 13 JOURNAL. K. M. PCTTWGH.L Sl CO Now 1 ork. man n urcum Winehesler T J. COMMINGS... lullnhoma. JOHN B. RHODES, sneiuyiriiie' C. A. HUNT .....Salem. L. I. (ilLDERSLEJJVJE, Fayeticvillo. A. M. TENLSON, Nashville. B4rf- Subscriptions for shorter lime than one year must be paid in advance. gSjjf Hereafter no club subscriptions t loss than the regular price ($'.') will tie received. However, when a club of five subscribers is so lit us. we will nllc an extra copy gratis to the goiter-up of 8F"Single copies sold at 10 cents. BGF When credit for the psper ia (liv en to the cud of the yenr three dollars will be invar tally charged. Clubbing. Wo will supply either Harper's Magazine) or Graham's, or Go Joy's and the Home Journal, one year, for (four dollars. Arthur's Homo Magazine, or Poiersnn's, and the Home Journal, one year, for 3 25. WINCHESTER: 'THURSDAY MORNIN...

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 February 1859

.. i - ' lit he gfotw journal. rVIUMSIIBD ISVXRV TIIUIIHIMV B"f..VNO AT . TWO ll'H.I.AHS I'KH ANVt'M. JfbTOllY 01'' THJi VWW. The llrwtjdow h Niippo.scd to hivn )u:nu thH rude branch of atiw, at so Htit(liiivH cliff 'iid, tlio point, of whloh (lrft(.'t;nd nlont,' the Hiirface oft ho Croiiml, NcrapnU furrow into whioh rod wera thrown. It fnon occurred io th liua'mndmmi that he triiht re Jievn his own lahor liy yoking nn nni innlto thn lonir urin of th'n primitive iimtruint'iil: then aroso tlie iieccssiiy Cor a hundle, itilixfil to th hack, no 1 hut the plow illicit ho guided. 'Hi" trong'h of (ho niii'inal noon wore wny or hrokn the clift of the hranch, ami thin necessity pavo rie to llm in vention of menus for Mttachin timv id.hi bliavc.s, fir.t of woiel, next of ktonr, ropper. or iron, worked to a hiipo iidapicd to the culling of fur iowh, so hs to avoid thn exen sivn la lflrnrsiii(,'from the plowman's having to leiin upon the plow wiih nil hi wpiht, to prow it, into the, enrth. Juu...

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