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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 25 August 1859

THE O'M Vohirno III. FUOML-.CUOUS. BOOT8; & SlfOUS rou i.idii: and em ilkmdv : J. P. NKWKLL & CO., llnvo filled lip nn exec I lent rniiiiiiiii die Nnillh-.-Bnl side of the Square, iii Winches. , lor, mill will contin ue lliti bout n lid shoo IlllNI I1C-HK lutl'ly COM- dueled liy ,1, Rend, dcceuse.1. They feel f tioiiiKL-l en nliln to do irt mud work nn enn be done AN V W 11 FR Ii, and lira determined that no exertion shall bo wanting nil lleir pari, to give mtiefaclion to nil wlm limy favor them with paironti (jo.. Wo inluiid to keep constantly mi linud a Ijirgc and whet Assortment of Patent l iriccli nn. I Ameri ca it lirnthvr. " iltio, Lnxliniri In uni I ho wants nf Ludios. REPAIRING priimptly ulionded tu, mid all work WARRANTED. TE1IMS CASH. tMO 3tf J. T. NEWEL &. CO. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Kruit Trees, &c. -7 fr. 1 mi agent f r nil kind "I" Farming jr'Ml'fcfy "t "'leimiiti '''ic" f&l&fi'.'jrf. 1 '"n 111 Manu- lW:tiV-i"-,,"r'r'1- !'r ' c 0 " V(f &4$J...

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. — 25 August 1859

The Box i crowded this week, end we will have lo omit a few letmri until out noxt, First we will allow (ho genllemon to (elk. ami herewith inlroiluro"Osear," who comes out like 0 mnn Mil (elli hie wonts: Jf, Editor; t ioe in a stray number 01 ino uomo Journal that you havn tendered n column of thai valunblo paper to iho use of young Jadies, genilutiion, widowers, 11 ml old iiuchelors. Well, as I crime under no in 9 of those initcr fiends, I shall avail myelf'of iho opportunity oflferoil, I') tnn If f can get mo a wife, ami 1 Iihvo but Jillle doubt nf guuinfr, one, for I nui not lianl to please. In iho finl pWo I want one I lint In perfectly acquainted wiih household end domestic nflui r, end linn industry 'enough to woik not work her self, but lo he'vo it done and done well. So (die has n tolnrubjo oducntion, it will do. (1 don't care about her Jming loo man.) "VN'ow, imi'l 1.I 0 iioit) ?" is the remark, lhal I wnnl 10 hear nun.'c wlmruv slm good, fslio nay dip nnulf if nlio wants t...

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. — 25 August 1859

WlNOHKSTKlt: GRAPES. Wo aro under obligations to our fellow , townsman, Mr. E, Crane, far a bountiful, supply of very n 100 grapes, raised by him self at his bachelor retreat. In consequence of tho lato frosts, grapes did not turn out well this vcar. However, we devoured thoso sent to us with a peculiar relish, except afow bunches which wo sent to some young ladies. Wo would advise tho ladies in gene ral to go round and sco Mr. C. next year, and make him treat dicin all on his very best grapes. Ho keeps a nieo little garden, and raises lots of good things, and as next year is leap year, tho ladies need not feel backward about go ing to see him, and helping him enjoy the fruits of his labors. Maybe ho will tako a notion to liave .sonio one in particular to Ihelp Vim trim his vines, and dec orate his garden. There's no telling, and stranger things have often happened. Who knows that cro another grapo season comes round, thcro will be a Mrs.Crano to enjoy them. Don't open your eyes, fo...

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. — 25 August 1859

VT..u.-i r? " - i.J t i - . , ' mmmmmmm - itrTivirtTt nvmiit ,. 'll' Is i: -KIT i !' : ? Ml AGUiqiJLTUJtAL. TQ OBTAIN PIHJlT IJUOM UAKHK.N THKES. Jamea 13. Resell, acorrcspon dent of the Aincricnn Agricul turalist, says : "1 wish to describe to yoif a method of making fruit treenbenr that I llumlcrpd on to. Somo fifteen years tigo, I Inula small apple tree that leaned con siderably. I drove a stake by it, tied a string to n limb and ias t?nod it to tlio .stake Tlio next vear that liinJj lilos.somed full, and not another blasoni appi'iimi on tlio tree, and as Tim I Junker said, "It eot me a thinking, and j I canto to the conclusion Unit tin' ,. string va;i so tight, that it proven-1 ted the sap returning to the rod, consequently, it formed fruit buds. Having a couple of pear trees that were large, enough to bear, but that had never blossomed, 1 took a coarse twine, wound it sev eral times around the tree above the lower limbs; ami tied il as titrht ns 1 could. The nextSpiing all the ...

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 September 1859

4 01 "1 3 -1 JUJLJLJJJ it Vohimo III. WINOr-IKSTISlt, TJSNN"., STCPTKMBEIl 1, 1859. ZSrumbcx1' 34. M 0 M OURNAL "'V- :-ritOMlSCUOUS. bootO suoiis roil LADII'S A1VD GENTLEMEN. J. P. NEWELL & CO.. . Aj &irft3''V excellent room on the AIliJT-Soiilli-eMI side of tho ,uo !'10 bo'lt n,,,(l 8ho Sr- , 's."1-" business lately con jV""4 dueled by J. Rend, dnceaeod. Tlioy fed themselves nhle to do nu rood work ua enn bo dona ANYWHERE, ii nd nro dotcrniined (but no exertions kIiiiII bo wanting on tlioir put, to jjive satisfaction to ulJ who may fuvor llioin witb patronngo. Wo intend to keep constantly on hand a Large, and select Assortment of V:Xmt EYoEtch ami Ameri ca n lA'ihvv. Aim, LnslingN to suit tlio wants of Ladies. REPAIRING promptly attended to, and all work WARRANTED. 'S'EItM cash. oblO 3i.tr J. r. NEWEL & CO. ' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, . Km it Trcu's, &c. I nm o tjeni ft r nil kinds of Funning linploinentH which r ..u -t l .6 l ran sun Ul 1111110 ff. raclurnr s iiricm...

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 September 1859

IJ s v t 14 , r;v 'if!' . I'luni ilio eniiniK. UMlie, IKUFM on, Reforming1 a Husband after Marriage HY W. .). m.ATl Kllf .ll.fonn.-J ruUs imil.01 iho best pf II..-'. L"Im.., i.n.l m-rli'iim. lo n litlo cxti'i:t,w: remark. Hut lmw Holdom dues a man reform after his youthful diiysliavo been Hpent in din sipalion ! And how many women are lo-day filling premature graves bow many are suH'ciing. beneath the iron rod of ttuTction who deluded tliern Halves with the thought I hat they could reform the men they wedded, It, in not all vanity in them that causes them thus t think. Alas I for dear voman, she too often loves only with her heart tnid not with reason. 1 know ol hikIi un instance. May Clif ton was a prdly girl- v itli soft, Ihoa u r.i'filets, fin I an eye that hpnrUed with intelligence. Health tinged her cheeks with arosea'u liu a id hei:o ,l'i ,a good mol Iter's roof she wax happy. J beeatnc ae.ijuainted with her in lS.r"), jd.e was then 17 years of age. Her fulhvr had died two yea...

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 September 1859

r j, "r- - ,'4 UflUPJIEU EVJSRV THURSDAY EVEMJN0 AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. . This mouth (September) ushers Jin the Fall, ad as we think of it, .our mind wonders and conjee turos as to what will bo done 4u '.ring the long nights coming on. Already we are cognizant of a Debating Club formed by a num ber of young men in Winchester, .and wo are glad of it. They .could not fix up anything to af ford them pleasure that would be of moro benefit. But wo want another club or association that will admit both sexes, and noth ing fills our eye in this respect so completely as that of a Histori cal Society. At it the young la dies and young men, and their parents can all attend and take a part, that will prove advanta geous to all. We had such a so ciety in Winchester two or three winters since, and it worked like a charm. Young men were stimu lated to study hard and bo prompt because they did not want the young ladies to excel them; and vice versa. Old men, among whom wcro teachers and many of ...

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 September 1859

"7"" i ' ' , 1 1 urapvii Mn,,. . ;--i .VJ: Ml - .v 5 ..A-' ' ' '"' i, ' ,'"''. ' 4 . ' ' . 1 , :4 1' AG!tlClrlr(liAL. MOllM TUllNJr.S. If you linvo not already nowod piilHoic'iit ;itid in 1 nrii ip.s to fur jiish green food fur your Block entile, Imtftf, mid hliccp, ptvlty !oiifst;intly tlii'otn,di tho winter, and especially' lYly and Mni'di, it is not v..-1 too late. Two acres if land nr more, where tho .stock is lar-e, made, ricli, well jirrpar 0.1, and sowed, with Hie seed of the strap leafed, red top, or lar;.'c iXurfolk gloljc tnriiip, i.j worth to klwk !.") per acre. Wo wish very much we could iuipro:-: upon our readers tlx1 true, value ot the turnip, and its iinportanco on a cotton plant'ijion, when raised m a hire r.cale, as ii easily may he. It makes a most aluahe food for all animals mi llii) plaiilation. The mailer aiid liu family and Ids negroes all like Uidii, ; i i i 1 they const! 1 tile it ;uud, hiallhful diet for the i'allniid winter. Tlwn youriuilch cows are especia...

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 September 1859

Jt' r 0ME Volume III. PROMISCUOUS. BOOTS & SHOES FOR LADIES AND OIWTLIHIEN. J. T. NEWELL Ilavo fitted up an excellent room on tlio .South-east side of tho ySquare, In Winches i tor, nml will contin- no the boot anil shoe sr.cJ!t businoss latnly con fief dueled by J. Rottd, deceased. I fcol myself nblo to do an Rood work as can be dono AN If WHERE, and or a duloriiiliiod that no exertions shall be wanting on his part, to give satisfaction to ,all who nmy favor him with patronogo. ,1 intond to keep constantly on hnnd a Large nml select Assortment of . Patent French ami Ameri can Leather. Also, Laatinga to suit the wants of Ladies, REI'AIRINO promptly uliondod to, und all -work WARRANTED. TEK.US CASH. ehlO 3stf J. P. NEWEL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Fruit Trees, iv;c. 1 am agent trr all kinds of Farming Implements which . 1 can sell at IVIaiiu- :i fuciurer's prices : with carriage ad ded. I have nlun a large lot of Fruit Trees crowing in my Nursery for sale at prices as low ns any N...

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 September 1859

11 ! ... f: hi t1 hi 1! '! ,1 ( ft 1 1 113 .lul 'aap,iM, fiiimico .imlividiiiiNy und collectively, lo iiholisli lh hiiIo iuJ uno of Intoxi on; in; drinks What Jo you say to thoio plain (jurMionsf Will yon an a.vir llu'in lo your own roncienco and your God? Jfow In hotime for tt 'tion. . Be dfoideil now,oreln when . the cHUio lien burled In oblivion wlirnyoor boos, your nssoclnte, nnd fHcnd.1, Lecwne iw degraded find blouted druriknr 'a of our town when you, youjhclvfs, would wiU thorn in their gritvcs, 1 1 im Juy it not to thotsH who liavo brutlcd far them, and for you, for the. last ten years, nnd who uro still will'DHf to work, nml Lh spent l'or their good ror your good if you will hut he uclivo yourselves. I would like U'tiay mori), but I have pel hurts written too long now. Sknrx. V publish letters thin week from tiioynung men exclusively, heeause they nro so numerous. Nf xt week the ladies only ahull have a hearing. GuiinU'.Oia, and Lizzie must not think hard of us.' And right ...

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 September 1859

i i i,jZU'U-:k'Z ' '... V rUMLUIIEU EVKHV TIIUBBDAY BVBNISKl TWO DOLLARS PUB ANNUM. Apolooetic If the Journal ia raoro interesting this week than usual, or if it falls below its com won standard, attribute all to the .absonco of the Editor, who has been down at Nashvillo several lavs. Next week ho will make v up for lost time. The school girls are pouring in to attend tho schools in our town. Joth tho Mary Sharp Cullege and tho Female Seminary opened, wo understand, with lino numbers. Success to them both, and success to tho male school, Carrick, is a toast we gladly offer. If any of tho school girls at ci ther of our Female schools want tho Homo Journal left with them during tho sessions of ten months which have just commenced, wo will do so for one dollar and fifty cents. New Goods: Tho Dry-Goods trade will undoubtedly be very heavy this year, IVo never saw as much advertising in our life as the merchants in our cities arc do ing, and they report tho reception of tremendous stocks...

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 September 1859

.... -0-i ,tTrrrr-' rKk r""' v" . in r 4 :,.:i J. ! ! '1 'V i.... h '; I ". ; ' i .:' ' r. v. I; AGUlCULTUKAli. Wi.VTKH CllHRIlY. Ml'hsi'h. Editors: As lUOWt KTH0I1.-3 JiliO ft " 1 tiling " 1 wish to call Llio iUin lion of your ninny mulor.s 'to a rot-vf-illo which is, uiulmiUcilly, "ood. - It is tlw Winti'i CIh'itv O v P.bptli.i rlxC'jMi u plant tliut should bo (Millivnled in Uhho thioi wlu-ti tho larger fruits arc scfuw. It has various nann-, as tho (i round Cherry, Tonmlo, (Joosehury, French Tomato, Strawberry Tuinalo, ete., but Ha tr no American name, Winter Cherry, is given it from the fact that it will keep three or four months as good and fro.-m as when gathered from tho lant. by bo ingmit away in bo.Ncs in the lni-ik of capsule. Tho plant grows about two feet high, branching, leaves entire, pubescent ; fruit in closed in a husk of inflated calyx, from which it gels its generic name. Tho fruit is about one- half an inch in (li'imcter, and of a light, orange culur, and when ve...

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 September 1859

OME OTJRNAL. Voliimo lilt PROMISCUOUS. BOOTS & SHOES roil ladils;aim .i:vrLi:m:., J. P. NEWELL Ilnvo filled ill) mi exr.i'lloiii riiiiinnii lliu South-east sillonf lilt) J"'(iiurC in Winches. , lor, mill will cuiitiii- no llm hunt unit shoo IniHiiiKiii Inlely con dueled liy J. Rend, iitvMi ll' tililn til itn us fond work ns pun ho ilnuu AN V WIIKflK, mill nro determined that no exertion sliull 1)0 waiitiiitf tin hm pirt, In trivo H'ltisliieiion to ill who limy favor him with palrowigo. I intend to lii-op cuiirtiinily on htind Large ami titled Assort went of . jTalcut B'lTHch'.-Hl Amti'i- can iicnllicr. Alfn, LnstintrH loHiiii tlm wniiw of I.ih.ipm. KKI'AllllNil promptly nttcndod to, mid nil work V Al! KAN TIC D. tmmi C.tMII. oblO 3,tf J- r- KEWF.L. auiucvltviiai, IMPLEMENTS, .lfrnit Troos, ttc. - ,j - .... I inn ngenl t'i r nil ffi "'' ''"t,"i"if -if Iinploinenls which f VVa I cm u cell ut Mmiii- &?&2r . IVinrrr'H p r i e n at ttf&H I Sy with eitrrwgo I'd- 'ftW- larg...

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 September 1859

-,..r.W 1 " "IT v TvTTTsi A-i'jl' " VlrttKti'tu'nu 'r() 'Trlillri' whj, ( follow Tfum wlifwi',','l" If1""' '' BJXJJ l ' ' J THE TKBSIUBNCV. , i I Speculation J now rile an to who : . f,. l. I'riui. : will bo the nominees for the lVesi deney in 1800, und nm'd the eontrari i:ty of opinions mh'anced, wo hnvi. concluded to la:ep tlm reailers of (lis Homo Journal posted as to the most prominent names Kpokon of. First. w would mention On. Jo, Lw, of Oregon. Tho Memphis Av-alanch-) avows its preference for him as tha noininefl of Charleston Con ention. The Nashville Union and American, we think, favors him too. Gen. Lano says he is content to place himself in the hands of 1iis friends, rnd will take no step to brin;; him nj;lf before the people as a candidate. The New York Herald says: "The only Southern .Stutesrnnn who could command to-day a lVcsidential void in tho North is General Houston. ol'Texas.andlhe only Northern States man who could obtain a vole iu the iSouth Is Mr. Dickinson, 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. — 15 September 1859

21, MXr,, PUIIMNIIRIt EVEHV TIIUnMIMY BVUNINO AT TWO DO LI, A I! H pi:r ANNUM. 1 . ! 1 . .'.'..it Sau pcuuBBKNCu. From n friend ol ours living noiip thern, wo loarn that n fittal ncoident occurred just over in tho ede of Lincoln comity on Wed ncwlny, llio 13ili. A young mnn. Mr. ?s' a( liaiiicl Scisco whs huwllmn; his gun, when it, went off noohluntally mill killed lii.s little aimer. Sim wns roiiip seven or eight yearn of ugu, and t lie daughter ol Uon Sciouo. This is another caution lo persons lo handle, fire nrms wilh more care. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiwiiiiijiMwwaaBaswKB Tlio l'ricnita and iipquaintancos of F. T. and Cathnnno II. Estill, are requested to attend tlic burial of their infant son, Francis T., at 3 o'clock, thin (Friday) evening, at tho gravoyardof C. U. Gar ner, Esqr. JJivino services at tho resilience of F. T. Estill. Hooi) Fi,oi;a, Now duii't say that heeauso wo are a Imchelor we don't know what good flour is! We may not he ns k'ood a judo (fit as nruiy, yet, just ...

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 September 1859

..him ii i i ih iioimii '. ''""'"V ' . . v ,' . tk . '..'" i .- BIUBT. f '"UU 1! l'.: ;1! ('! III 3 it fir '"V-.V. ,, l1 Tum.ito Wixr.. 'ow that to. raatow aro moro abuiiJunt than they Imro been known to bo in former years, the following rcceipc fur making from them wine, aicl to bo equal to Ifeiilsieck, will be ready by everybody, "Y'o believe it waa published in tlio Home Journal last year, but it will not hurt to publisb it again. Take ninall ripe tomatoes, pick oft' the . stems, put them into a tub, wash t'.icm clean and then strain them through a linen h. (One bushel will mako five gallons of drue vino.) Add- two and n half to three pounds loaf suar to each gdlon, then put into n cask ami torment, and ilx as do raspberry wine. If two gallons of water be added to the five gallons of juiec, it will still make a very nice wine JJrown sugar may be used instead of loaf, but the wine n much more f-parkling when loal'sugar is used. Tho United Stales might export this wine by the ship ...

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 September 1859

OM i7 IT 4 IT TPT "TT A TT . - V. VJ eJ IX O XV 1 o - Volume III. iniOMLCUOUS. BOOTS ;.&'.. SHOES fOIl LA OIL'S "AND M'NTLEitlUN. ' J. P. NEWELL Hnvo fit tod Hi) nn excellent room on the Sonth-cim nidoof ilia Square, in Winches ler, and will coiitin- ua the boot, mid shoo ducted by J. Reml, deceased. I fuel iiiynclt' .lilu to do , as pond work as can be douo AN V WHERE, and are determined thai no exertion hlial I be wanting on Ins part, to givo satisfaction to all who may favor him with natronogo. ; I intend In keep constantly on hand a. Large and select. Assortment of 'Patent I'.timIi mid AiiiVri- . vats Lralliei'. Also, Fiiniini.'H to unit 1I10 wums of Linlie. ' REI'AIRINU promptly uttemlud to, oud all .work WARRANTED. TUit.ws cash. ohlO 381 f J, P. NEWEL. AG III V V LiV HA L IMPLEUEiNTS, Iruit Trees, &c. ' I m agent ft r nil ''(BJt Implements which r"ffi$lS 1 can sell at Mann- liiLiiiii 1 a 1 1 b o b with rarringo ad dod. I have also a largo lot of Fruit Trees growing in ...

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 September 1859

J ---VJ i - if. til' II '. : '' 4. Pi t ;i :-.' '" She .tornc ' "l'l(il';4 lo in I lvrti jirlillntr . rulluw frulh ators'i-rqif wi). OUii'TKIl' TO NASHVILLE (Tim following article was in type) 1 for la , ii ut(! nnnor. but wo Iiuu no ruoni (or it. It i.i LtoLtoi Into lluui 'tievcy.) ' Vli worn down tit Niishvilln mmies o'ght or ten clays nifo, anil upeitit new oi'fi Id ji I li.'-rn'. iiui I ix om st:iy tlm big railroad cc'lcltraiioii in honor oi' llin newly wdiiplctn I Louisvilln and N t hvillo II, U., citmo off. Tlioro v lo about 15,'iflO pitoplo in attend a .Co and a (Jdo I dual n( cxc'te.'ineuit iiccini'd to prevail throughout iho cm tiro City. Wo dida't go oufi to tint ground, having promised to tako din ner wiih our lino and much respected friend, A. M. Timisoii, than whom u cleverer never breathed. Wo found him iitlih old stand at FillU & Mooro'M, an ftclvoi'lUomcnt of which firm can ho found in our paper. Mr. T. h!iov cd us through ihcdilferent apartments and wo confess t...

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 September 1859

O i i .JUIIMSIIEU BVEHY THURSDAY EVUNINO AT " TWO DOI.MR1 tVR AWXUM. ' "' " A SuuomtiO. Local items are just ,Bt this . lime eeJingly scarce Wa ,wish ihut spmeihlnj?' Btrango woulJ hop. pen, or .ljiot somebody would got up u '.flight with some-body else juit a small fisticuff bailie, 'affording a lililo whole iome exercise. We don't want any. iboJy to gel iliot, knocked down, or hit in the eye. or to Iowa his list or (ear his coat but we do want something done that will do to write about. It is hoped (hut this matter may bo taken into con .sideration at onco. Wo wish il distinct- ,Jy understood, however, thut wa aro to have no hand in il, except to record the .event. Wiloy S. Enibry hos just finished .opening his full stock of goods, and fioni all we can tee, has proven himself au fait in his lino thut is in tho selection pf goods to suit tho peoplo. That ho .will moke henvv soles this season wo ,liavonot a doubt, and from the bottom of our heart we do hope so, for ho certain ly des...

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. — 22 September 1859

t-w "" ' i nr.. I Jl? ' IXorticultural. V ' MlUK-ll fit ll.o Uinliilfr,.(Ti"iil.)! lllMU JltUI'IMl YRoyn ol'iauj it. tsinTT. " M",inv pr-wi'i, wlir-ro tlio .suli jvt of I'ruitr.'iiMiii;? h Lroaclioil, juakc ni.'tny filij(c!iH3, tlio most jn'omiiu'ul of w hich is, that Uioro is tint in.nkct fciv tin; fruit, roust; uen!ly llio crop woiil.l Iw un ju'ulitii'Me. Thiw pcr-fluim I'urvvt that with our Hiiippin i'ncililii n, litiuit innrki'lsnro brought iM-ar mIu'H a liir;ro nii'l romnnt-rali vf , price cmi ho (ilituiiiod fur nil 'nnd fruit. But thoso who do not wish 'to ini'iir tin cxpciiue nnd It'oiiblu of uliippin;,' tlieir -fruit, (.mi In; ficcoiiinindnlcd ly tlio nidi pin;; fruit l'nl r, who will readily buy your orchnrd for a certain am Hint, and ho at tlm expense ol piiclung mnl shippin.ir, or he will take tlio fruit at a fair price at vourdi'pot. A.traiii, iippliM ;ni l peaches in particular, arc very pjoil for fattening Mock, mnl for tins alone, if fur iiolliin else, an Orchard woul...

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