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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 10 November 1859

THE Volume III. i BOOTH "& SHOES I'OU LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. J. P. NEWELL Have fitted up 1111 oxcellnnt rnomon the South-east side uf tho QSauare. in Witiclun. iter, and will contin ue t lie boot niicl shoe business lately con ducted bv J. Read. decoaand. 'I fnl 111 van If lillln In iln ha good workaa'can bo done ANYWHERE, and urn dulormlnud that no exertion uhall bo wanting on his part, to (jive satisfaction to dll who may favor liiin with patronogo. I intond to licop constantly on hand a Large anil select Assortment of Patent French niul Ameri can Leather. Also, Lasting losuil the wauls of Ladles. REPAIRING promptly attondod to, and all Work WARRANTED. TliltMs) CASH. eblO 3stf J. P. NEWEL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Emit Trees, tfec. I am ogonl fo nl kimU of Funning Implements which , I can Hell at Mann , faeturcr's prices ' with cnrriuijo ad- ..tr: S3ar-. r dud. I liavo ul ho a largo lot of Fruit Trees growing in my Nursery fur salo at prices an low as any Nursery, North or Sout...

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 November 1859

She gtome jflurmtl 1JY W. jhfATTj-Jt. Please M furty" ertllrarjr eitay, We fulloir Trill wHin'tnHt leads tht war.1 Abhfat or Ummbbtii Tbaii., tub Cipsbv Foutvhk Tkllm. Mr. Il'-zo-klah.Farri, ol'this County, linn nt last "caught up" with th Gipsey woman who doped him out of thrno thousand. Our readen are already familiar, we Bupposc. with the modus operandi of the affair, a dctailod Account of it having been published in our pwpcr nbout the time it II est occurred. Since thon Mr. Farris and liLs won, we bidieve, have been engaged in trying to find the woman and ha-o the pen nlties of the law fastened upon her. Having ascertained that ho had ta ke;, up "her residence at Belleville, New Jersey, Mr. Fui ris obtained a re quisition from tho Governor of this fctato upon tho Governor of New Jer uey for her, and wo have the result in tho following paragraph from the New York Tribune of 4th liiht. The Tribune says : "A son of Mr. Furri cumo to New York, where he. obtained the services of Ser...

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 November 1859

WINCHESTER; VVesond round.our pnpnr this week h day la ndvancc, for rottsona not necessary to name. ' The Cars on tlio Wlnolii-stpr and Alubuma Railroad will not run here lifter on the Snblmtli. We notice that our godhead IJor- ticulturaliuts, or Nursory mon, Messrs S. W. Houghton & Co., took the pro mium In four or fiv instance at the Warren County Fair, for the Intel spe cimuns of fruit trues, exhibited, Also nt the Tuscumbla Fair. When j ou want fruit trees, send to them. .See advertisement. We have ordered new type, from head to foot corner to comer for our paper, which will nrrivo in a few Weeks, and wo shall present the nicest paper ever seen in this country. We shall, indeed. In the mean timo, we ofleir for salo every typo now in our office The type on which the paper (s now printed exnmino it printers, wnd see if we don't tell The truth when we say it is not much worn, yet we will sell it vory cheap. A young lady named Miss Gay. a student at the Miry Sharp College in thi...

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 November 1859

v. r .pti.ii. .i H'li ' f O N I " I H l i FRUIT TLANTIiVO. Continued.) Limber Twig, aizc, medium, lino in November, keeps till April. A well kiiown Houtbevii sootlling, rather inferior in fxn'u ty, but very firm, anil a Ueirablo keeper tree, a good grower, and a profuse bourcr, Ono of the- best market apptos wo liave. Yates, size, small, ripe in No vember, keen until March. A seedling from Fnycjto w unity, (h. A truly valnablo applo. Treo a splomliil grower, and a profuse , yearly bearer. Nicknjack. size, lare to very large, rio in November, krepf until Murt:li. A KmitluniHml lii;gof wiile spread rcpulatioii. Its great size, showy exterior, and late keeping propia'liex, make it a very dusiraiilo market variety f'.r market purposes. .Flesh lirm, quality good. Tree a vigorous grower, and regular bearer. Shookley, ., ni-'dium, rip. in Novem'ber, keeps until M-i A native of Hall county, lia. JJiuiidedly the In -at and m st reli able of all the late kiciing varie ties; and particularly c...

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 November 1859

,, -f , ' " HOME 0 UNA . i. -.Volume III. BOOTH & HIIOES roil LADIES AND GENTLEMEX. J, P. NEWELL Una fittod up an excellent room un the South-east side of tho JSquoro, in Winches- tor, and will coiithi- r,rlfilAS uo tho boot nnd shoo ewr' biisinos lately con . ducted by J. Rand, deceased. 'I fcol myself able to do as pood work ni can be dona ANYWHERE, and sre dolennlnod that no exertions tliull bo wanting on his part, to givo sutisfuctioii to II who may favor him with putronngo. I intend to keep constantly on hand a Large and select Assortunit of Patent Trench and Ameri can Leather. Also, Lostinrs to suit tho wants of Lmlion. REPAIRING promptly attended to, und all work WARRANTED. TEimS CASH. eblO 3stf J. T. NEWEL AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Fruit Trees, &c. I nin otrcnt Id ul kinds of running Implements wliicli i ... s i l cull buii Ul iwiiiiu- : 1UL I 111 CI O l I IbUa f with carrmgo nu dod. 1 have also a large lot of Fruit Trees growing in my Nursery for Falo at prices as lo...

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 November 1859

v , h ... ' f "Hi.- J ,tCi; 1 U -.1; V, to 1,000 Ht a trip, ami land them nfo. Jy (it Cwlro, in tlifl nwnmpi of lllinola. whre they would at oiioo no m-u. i fjutnl Mr. T, a vcrv bold schemer, and ft man of good mUkenH and winning monnort. and the very nmn for our pui'iNo and It U known lin la a nlavulioldiir lilnwolf, no onn would, for a moment, suspect him for bring con. cernml with our cnuan. I nIiowimI him durooiiHtitution for tho I'rovMonul Government, with which ho was much iiiuniuui, and 1 ndvised him not to limko I li Ktamprdo of bIuvcs ho ex jiectml to initld), hut to keep tin in at work, hoorotly prupnHng ouch Mlier, ii nd h many others a they could got In Join thrui, for our October atriko. ili nuld no would do no, itud that Iio i.'ould guarantee 1, 000 nrmeil laves, who would bo re.wly, npiln together nt a moment's call, and that as noon oh operation wein commenced with 'Item, I hut other kIuvim would flock to them by thousand wherever )Wy wcoMhrougli nil p.irU of tho Slu...

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 November 1859

J ' . .. ' ... She tjomc Jlornal riOMSIIKU fiVEBV THURSDAY EVCNINO AT i W0 DOLLARS PliR ANNUM. yiNll.l'lilk None. Wfl froquontly meat men living in this county, only a few miles from town, who eay they would lake our paper if iliey could pay for it in 'trade,' Well, gentlemen, you can do that very thing. We've frequently stated what would be taken In payment for subscrip tioni. And we again tell you that wood, corn, oats, fodder, hoy, potatoes, or any thing needed in keeping house, will be taken at market price, foi theso things we must pay money for if we don't gut them from you, Our horse, pig, and cow must be fed, as well as ourself and oJice hands. Among several presents sent to Fancy Gate this week, is a half bushel of pota toes, sweet and Irish, end vory largo thoy were. One ol tho Irish potnioes was a tout the largest wo ever saw. Half of it mads a meal for five persons. This half 'bushel specimen would have taken ilia premium, we think, ut any Fa;r, ond if Mrs. Carter will t...

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 November 1859

.... w w 'wv wV Comforts roil Cattle. Good Btablps good food, and good wa ter, ore tho primo comforts for cattle in winter. For summer, whatever clso they may have, Iiow can they get along without a scratching polo. ltcv. Sydney Smith, of England, was 'some thing of a farmer, and used to visit his cattlo daily, and feed and pat them, until they knew his voice and welcomed his coming. IIo used to do nil in his power to mnko them comfortable. He lias been heard to s:iy: "I am for nil chenp luxuries, even for animals; now all animul.s have n passion for scratching their lack-bones ; they break down your gates and paling to cU'ect this. Look ! this is my universal pcratcher, a sharp edged pole, resting on a high and low post, adapted to every height from u horse to a lamb. Even the JM inburg lie viewer can take his turn ; you have no idea how pop ular it is. i have Hot had il gat I , . . i . ., ii broken since J put it up. J have i it in all HIV fields " KEEPLNCr SWJ'IKT J'O'l'A- A writ...

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 1859

.X ,1 ' f 0M OUMiE. "VolUHlG .III. BOOTS & SHOES Oil LADIES AND GENTLOIE1V, J. P. NEWELL Mi . nvrnllnnt rnom nn t)ia y2w.Soutli.eaM aide of tho Ubouare, in Winchos , lor, and will contin ue the boot and shoe businesi latoly con ducted bv J. Read. !I foel myself able to do t good work aa can be done ANYWHERE, and am determined that no exertions uhall bo wanting on my part! to give satisfaction to all who may favor me with patronage. t I intend to keep constantly on hand a Large and select Assortment of Patent French and Ameri can fiicallior. Also, Lanling to suit tlio wants of Ladies. REPAIRING promptly attondod to, and all work WARRANTED. TEIIIUS CASH. oblO 3stf J. P. NEWEL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Iruit Trees, &c. I am agonl lo al kinds of Farming Implements which (I can sell at Mumi i fuclurer's prices J with carringo ad ded. I have also a largo lot of Fruit Trees growing in my Nursery for salo at prices as low as any Nursery, North or South, and of as good qual ity and s...

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 1859

1 ' m "PIWlKPd lo no ram ' nrMirnry awu), We fallow frillS irhWer slit ludilhe ir-ir.' Fatal Enoootr between Moisji. Alloa A. Hall, of the Nuihvill Daily Nswi, ad 0, 0. Polndexter, of the Union & AmreioanSoatb of the latter. 'i'lio pitrtioulitrn of this nJ nflVir nro ilroady known to many of our reiuli'M, but witto all. tlimforo wo vvb givH (limn n,i wo gather tlu'in from tlm jfiwlivillo Vm Homo two wrcliHuigo ft political con troversy i-prut.;; up liotwocn Allen A Hull, editor of tins Nuws, and Croro (J. roimlcxtor, editor of tlm Union & American, during which, Iiinijunx" u personal naturo win wed ly holli KiMillnmnn. We would linru H'tito that iho controversy martini, nr was causoJ liy n rc-prodiiclioii on iho part of tlio Union, of somu renin rlta made by Allen A. J lull, a good many jean ago while ho was cililint; a paper called tho Hepubliuan, and whicli re maiks wero oonvidered by tlio Union as niacins Mr. Hall in a position to nut, if necessary, with I ho Abolition , ...

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 1859

J.-'-.-. V X ' '"V .V" i I &ftt jonw "gotttwai CAItUlER'S ADDKJ5SS. Our oarrier wants another Christ mas Address written for him. and wo tpoftk this "early In the day," s oe to forostr.Il "prior cngngmonts." Wo want to have' a "mighty good one," nncl want cevernl writer to compctf. The rewarJ will ho a cojv of any $3 Magazino and a ,83 magazine, making 93, bosidna tho Kind thtmks of Ilunuiu wliioh Inst gift is wonh morn tlmn .all. Si-rid in by December SWth, at farlhcHt. Goorgo Simmons, Esqr., has given ms a turnip weighing six pounds, This is tho largest, wo believe, that we have seen yet, iive-and a-hulf pounds being the ultimatum of tho rest. Mrs. M. H, Mann, E'.q , will lcnso ccnpt our thanks lor a lot of vegct bles, consisting of potatoes, &c. With such good friends to lay on our table the products of Fiunklin soil, rest assured that Fiiney Gate feasts well and bounteously. Let moie como. WIND AND WEIJDl.N'G CAKE. Last Tuesday morning nn Express package was delivered at...

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 1859

t-- ' .saeZ3 m- Laa-n (Original.) ShaJlivf tU TrimJcs of Fruit Tn&i, -in aa admirable articlo in tha American Tanner, Mr. Von Uurca says; "Wo recently made a short trip through middle Geor gia, and saw numerous orchards of Applo and Teach trees, but amongst all, wo never saw ono tree properly trained or trimmed all were trimmed up high, ami irom ono third to one hall' of all the trees we saw were dead on the south-west side of their trunks, yet wo never saw one man who could explain the cause, nnd probably had never thought of it." Tlio scald inp; of the trunks of fruit trees on their south-western sides, by the rays of the sun fall ing on thorn during llio long days of summer, kills and injures more of them than all oilier causes and diseases put together, and the owner alone is to Maine for it through his pruning operations. 7 II I 1 1 v, .miff i nil ni'U Is' 1 it m li I "i I " " J I trees which have but small, or no j j i . i .1 1 ..-..I; fu'i.'ilK' liv iilacciii"' :i, ctaiil...

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 1859

r H OME JOnRN- " " ' . . . ! Volume III. BOOTS & SHOES foii ladies ATsn ar.TiTLimw, J. P. NEWELL ym IT n a flit nil if n an asfS T 'zlde '" KVM Mil X f iTtffnC nfallAiit rnmn nit tlin ijp -T. I ft. si , South-east Bide of iho jftsr tt2)5quare, In Winches- I ?Vier, ana will contin ue inn dooi nun enoo c1-. oudinesit latoiy con- dueled by J. Rend, doceased. "I fuel myself able ti do ci food work as can be done AN K WHERE, nnd am determined that liooxortioiw whnl 1 be wanting on 'my part, to give sutisfuction to all who may I'avor mo with patrouogo. I intend to keep constantly on hand e Large and select Assortment of Patent French nnd Ameri can Leather. Also, Lasting, to suit iho wants of Lading. REPAIRING promptly attondod to, and all work WARRANTED. TEIUIS CASH. cl.10 3btf J. P. NEWEL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, . Jruit Trees, &c. 1 nm agent lo nl kind of Farming , Iniploinonts which largo lot of Fruit Trees crowing in my Nursery for sale at prices as low as any Nursery, North ...

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 1859

.4 "'i'tf 1 1 i. Journal nvwTj, HDaWBTtT WAUilANTED to leave. We notice that the people of most the Southern towns and cities nro nwrtkeningto the fact that it is bad policy to allow the too free circula tion of pedlars and book agents, and J itinerants in general, in their midst. We have beforo us, in our exchanges, more than fifteen accounts of stran gers w ho have been ordered to leavo not having any ohtcnsiblo busiuess ixcept to belch out their infernal allu hion to tlio South and her institutiotiK. At Kingston, S. C, two persons, whoso presriicu was considered undesirable on uccotmt of their anti-slavery views, were ridden on a rail. Ono was an old man, this other youtig.and both of good appenrance personally. They were ridden about tho village and borne by negroes, and compelled to sing while borno in this manner. They were then turned loose, and admonished by the negroes to remain at homo here after, and not cotuo to meddle with tho happiness of tho blacks. The two men took 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. — 1 December 1859

Wit $m tymxml PROP. NICHOLS. Thcro is ft follow traveling through Franklin county, and we caution the people ugalnst him. He bails from Canadathat den of abolitionists and he claim to Lo a professor of Pbrenotogy. ' By fueling V pernon's (mad he Hays he can tell their defects their excellenclos, their, natural tal ents, and in what spheres and pur uits one can best succeed, show wherein you are liable to errors and excesses, direct you specifically, what faculties you require especially to cultivate and restrain j givo all nco' ded advico touching self, improve merit, and the preservation and res toration of health ; show, throughout, how to develop, perfect, and make the most possible out of your own self i disclose to parents children's in cite capabilities, natural callings, dis positions, defects, means of improve ment, the mode of government espe cially adapted to each enublo busi ness men to choose reliable partners and customers; tnorchtints confiden tial clerks ) mechanics' ...

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 1859

"vr t,MMI.. Jl 4 r rW.l.' 'fcl' ' 1 J- if' r ' II 1i V I ' I ;) "J li' FIXED FACTS IN AU1UCUL- A TURK Somobody lias niado up Uio fallowing lit of "fixed facts" in azrieulturo. Though calculated fur tho Eastern States, many of tho facts are of general applica tion. 1. All lands on which clover, er the other grass is sown, must either have limo in them natural ly, or tho mineral must bo artifi cially supplied, It matters but little whether it bo supplied in tho form of stono lime, oyster lime or marl. 2. All permanent improve ment of land must look to lime n.s its basis. 3. Lands which have boon lon in culture, will be benefited bv the application of phosphat of lime; ami it is unimportant whether deficiency be supplied in the form of bono dust, guano, or native phosphat of lime, compos ed of flesh, ashes or that of oyster shell lime or marl if the bind needs it. 4. No lands can be preserved in a light state of fertility, unless lover and the grasses arceulti vated in the course of ro...

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 1859

QME JOURNAL V,"1 1 xiJcj Volume III. BOOTS & SHOES roil LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ;. J. P. NEWELL Hm flttod up sn Allan( iim rn flan JX South-east niile of the QcJJSquare, in Winches tttsAlor, tnd will contin- jfZml uo lllu uol n,U ""OO VTixir buiineHU latoly con- rmvm dueled by J. Read. decWed. II Tool myaelf able to do good work as can be done AN If WHERE, and am determined that no exertion ahull be wanting on my part, to give aiitiafuction to I who may .favor me with patronago. I intend to keep constantly on hand a Large and select Assortment of Patent French and AiihtI , can Leather. Also, Laatin?s toauit the wantaf Ladies, REPAIRING promptly ttondod to, and all work WARRANTED. TE11MS CASH. eblO 3stf J. P. NEWEL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Fruit Trees, feo. 1 am a pent to al kinds of Farming Implements which , I can sell at Mann . faciurcr's prices ' with carriago ad- dad. I have also a largo lot of Fruit Treos irrowing in my Nursery for sale at prices as low as any Nursery, North ...

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 1859

Kailier do I allude to his prcsonou hero un hi tuition as the agitating questions ot tho day to t.show thnt homctliing else beside ancestral in lii i ituncn, or the teaching of family coniitxlioris bus given the fiitul bins to thn prisoner's mind, whicli hid linn nwny from tlio worship ol" liis own lioualiold gods, and into tho commu nion of idolalors, aliens and ennmins n the pure faith of an American citi zyn. And it seems to mo, in view of tli services which thoso who love tli is hoy hfivo rendered to their conn try, and in view of their devotion to ili'u true coiibtruction of the Constitu tion and I ho injunctions ofour fathers, I might rehearse and quote to you with propriety a passngo from tho history of the latter years of tho wisest lung Israel ever had i "For it cumn to pass when Solomon was old that his wives turned away his htiart after other coils i and his heart was not perfect with tho Lord hisGodaswas the heart of David, his father. Tor Solomon went after Ashtoreth, 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. — 8 December 1859

IiYv. J, BLATTEtt. Wa ara'ajthorized to announce A. P. Darrell a candidate for re election, en Town Constable next year. Election 2J day of January, 1800. A large number of editorial items are crowded out this week. Also, Keveral communications. Attention Will be given them hereafter. A Christmas is nearly here, we ask our friends to get us one subscri ber each, as a Christmas present. Who will be first ? Look out lor Premium List next week. We yield nearly all our space .this week to the splendid (.pcech of Mr. Voorbees. of Indiana. It.is a good el fort, and although Cook was sentenced Jet Mr -Voorlieri done his duty nobly nd ably. Especial attention is directed to the article in this week's paper, copied from the Memphis Bulletin. The pa per was banded us by our elever May or, P. T. Estill. Had we room, we would make comments 0.1 the articlo. More Anon. 'OLD COUPLE. A correspondent writing from Tul--lahotna. informs usoftlie marriage in 'that town, about the 1st of Novem ber last,...

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 1859

iNASHViLLU. W. M.'iil.TiMi'i... liumt. I). J. Dlmiuk... Fnrrnr, Pismukcs & Co., tinier) In ill kM of JJooIm, KIiocn, uml Oailorm, Trunks, TiUU.ii, tlf., (At A, H. rtoberUcin', Hand.) Ko. 45, College St., Nashville. 03-Wo keep always on hand a very lurgo end beautiful stock of BOOTS, SHOES, &C...OF EVERY KIND, mill nre constantly receiving direct from thn inanulhcliircr, work mado to rmr own order, especially for llio RETAIL TRADE, which wo will (toll low for cubli. (SIMM A' MMMILTOJV, Nashville, Tenn., Wtinufacturflrsof tho most approved kind of Steel, Cast, and Wrought Iron P L O W fi , Kubsoil Plows, Cultivators, Ac, tVc. 07" All of our work is warranted, nnd nl uniformly less pricea thrui a similar ail.iclo cud hit purchased in llio Northern St' Ira. Send your add rcss nnd get 11 circular. HIIARI' & HAMILTON. SMITH j- C A Kit, Agruts, Wi in lu ster, Tiiui. Aug ih, w,a. if Wholei-ulo and Retail EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 67,! ,7V, SOFAS, SPRIAU HEDS, ir JVm. '. ollw fcfm-l, ...

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