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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 24 October 1857

T H E W 1 X C 1 1 ESTER II 0 M K JOURNAL. VOLUME 1 WINCHESTER, TENN., OCTOBER 24, 1857. j NUMBER 41. n. R. Henderson HAIIDLYD HENDERSON Are now receiving their FALU STOCK DRY GOODS. FOR LADIES AVE HAVE ; , . HI.iMIn d'Laincs Cnshmcrcs, firotch l'lalds, French and English lOerliim, Black nd Fancy Silks, Bonnet Ribbons, riiibroideied Collars-largo lot HOOP SKIRTS, Brass Hoops, Black Cloth Cloaks, piorantiquc " - rim! Hair Oils. Perfumery, POR GENTLEMEN WE HAVE Blick and Blue t'u,,,'B' BloCk &"d FanCy CailMm"a Ready-made Clothing, Hlun and Fancy Blankets, .t-tyLofHaC. i.oota.Ga.tcrocs, tt'jA, Suspenders, W Gloves, Handkerchief, FINE VESTINGS, Alw, a good lt of Hardware, Queens ware, latlery, &c. uv tender our thank to a generous public for tdo lib .ml mtronage givon u in the past) and fool confident that h?w i ' at reasonable prices, and filliM! orders with .luncti'.ility. we shall not only morit hut receive im In creased patronage in the future. HANDLY & HENDERSON. pj.t sf...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 24 October 1857

t- - r , , - I., " i THE HOME JOURNAL BV H.J. SLATTEK. "Tleflgod to no ptrtyi arbitrary sway, W follow truto where'er she leatla the way." WINC1IESTEK: SATURDAY MORNING, OCT'R 24. A Good Word for flic Ladies. Some of the papers are lecturing women upon extravagance in dress, and advising them to retrench, espe cially during the present financial dif ficulty. Doubtless there are many cases of unwarrantable extravagance in this way; but do people ever con sider that two or three glasses of bran dy and half a dozen regalias indulged in daily by a man, to say nothing of extra dinners and suppers, amount to more in a )'ear than would be requir ed to dress a woman up to the full re quirements of fashion. Much of this talk about the extravagance of women is nonsense. Tliey are almost uni versally careful, and many an insol vent man would to-day have been safe and sound if ho had listened to the prudent counsels of his wife, rati cr than the reckless promptings of his own ambition. It is na...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 24 October 1857

fHEjIOME JOURNAL ' W. J. S LATTER. StCBDAY MORNING, OCT'R 24. Banks. We call particular attention to the advertisement In to-day's paper head- e( Batiks. Pry Goods. Drugs, Ac. jlr. Shook has just received his fall d winter stock of Dry Goods, and replenished his stock of Drugs, Chem cals &c. He is prepared to furnish imost any article that can be called for, and that of the best quality. See j fts advertisement. . j0 We have no local news of im portance this week. ggy The proceedings of the State Legislature, since our last issue, are void of interest. ' : J0 A. good many "movers" passed through our town, this week -some for Texas, and others for Arkansas. Winchester and Alabama Road Fayetleville Branch. The Lincoln Journal of the 15th says: The directors met at this place last week and are determined to push the work forward as fast as possible.--The president, Mr. Stevenson informed the board that he had effected an arrangement by which he could pro cure the Iron at $G0 per to...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 24 October 1857

THE HOME "JOTJIINAX font Free oi- in graaMjn (Tonnty . TERMS W iOTLWTIO.V. ADVANCE '1 ' IviTllIN SIX MWl'W. ..v.. r'l) t,r 'vu.K knj;c;,' 'vvW,.. a ) copies $5 l.); J 10 oopicH $Vr S"! s nonius H (0: I 15 eooics Jt i'-O. W-zT SubMtripiit.iv; fn -uW try to turn day into t.itfhtliyaleen- tlrti one year must be j;id ir: vUi rir -,i,.irin,r three, hours of light. .Sitcopitvohl a lUvni. J '(, .,.y ari. ri0t, commonly, so ntn- AdverliscirJnTs'of t.,n Hru- t k3 wil. hliio,. iwy.i ds. ot wear themselves U inserted nt Ono Jollr for'th.o fitLu i th fierce contest of insertion. i)ty liberal reductions nwulo fr th nse aIio a'l veniso by tho. your, Kail' year, or quarter. ideals for the UHjiu - - nMiwir.irr T 0. ri-. Journal. New York. H. Al. 1 I',1J 1 JM ll lli . W.,. JOHN P. HEFNER,... am. K. runvis . . . . Winchester. . . . McMinnvillo SATURDAY MOli:ilXti, HCVU V. ljod Moeieiy. ft fjjionld ho tho aim of every young jian to tfo into tfood society. We do 90t mean the rich, the proud and fash io...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 31 October 1857

THE VOLUME 1. 1857. D. 8. Henderson HAtJDbY d HEtJDERSOf Are now receiving their ' FALL STOCK DRY GOODS. FOR LADIES WE HAVE ' Ulusiin d'Laiucs, Cashmeres, Scotch Plaids, French and English Merinos, Black and Fancy Silks, Rnnct ltibbons, Fnibioidcred Collarslarge lot HOOP SKIRTS, Brass Hoops Black Cloth Cloaks, Morantique " Fine Hair Oils, Perfumery, i ,nnvotherartlcles, the naming of which would con more time than it would take many of our Mends to SUMO in" Himfllvft8. come ou POR GENTLEMEN WE HAVE tyiek and Blue Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassimcrcs, Ready-made Clothing, - nine and Fancy Blankets, latest stvle of Hats, Hoots, Gaiters, Shoes, Cravats, c collars, Shirts Suspenders, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, FINE TESTINGS, . &c, &c, &c. Also, a good lot of Hardware, Qiiceuswarc, Cutlery, &c. We lender our thankn to a generous public fur the lib . ..i ,i mnin civan us in the Pasti and feol confident that bv sellina at reasonable prices, and filling orders with ' i:itt, ahnll ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 31 October 1857

THE 110 ME JOUliiYAL BY VJ. J. NL,TTI3ie. Mm- to no party's arbitrary vwny, o follow Iriilli whore'sr Khclviutitlie way." W1NCIIKSTKK: ilDAY MORNING, OOT'll 31. financial trouble's, says tlio Now ' Journal of Commerce are not with v :h'At alleviating considerations. Ru l"K tin! general proposition that this sot of disciplino may be presumed to L h.:ohhy in its final results, if not in it present operation, we can at once per 'va that tho limes aro now demanding i -fo riid economy. Those wlio ha nl'iljrod in superfluities will now sua the npriety, perhaps foci the necessity, of .'etroneliini;. There aro somo thinus we us)! to call luxuries, which wo havo como i-) call necessities. The old noinenclii ture mu.il bo restored, end purchases on indulgences suited to the times. But those who, working for their daily bread liavo been satisfied with simply supplying their necessities, now begin to mourn fo me future to anticipate tho pinehinsra of want. Let them not despond. There is i'j w. ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 31 October 1857

rjgE HOME JOUHNAL W. J. BLATTER. . ..a lor Uiu livmu juuiuui rin w S, M. PE irtiitf P a m PETTINGILL & CO.,. . . . New York, ntf p HEFNER Winchester, JU"1V tiiTPVTS . .MriMinniillr, GEO. & PURVIS SATURDAY MORNING, OCT'R 31 The Weather. For the past several days, we have experienced weather suitablo to the advanced stage 01 iuu season, jacK Frost has set his seal upon ail out door plants, and stripped the foliage from many a tree. 1 no wind in sev eral instances has gaily blown, strew inr the ground with leaves, and treat in" rudely the hats, bonnets and crin oline which befel its way. In fact we are now receiving ocular as well as experimental proof of the approach el' grim, gaul" and gtl0st,y winter. Suicide for Love. A wretched victim of misplaced confidence, named William Ruling, committed suicide In Iowa, last week, under the followingcircumstances; He had been paying lerious attentions io a young Udy, andj seeing her ride past with another gentlemen, and knowing that th...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 31 October 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL W. J. 8LATTF.lt. Sent Free of Postage in Franklin County. Agents 'for tMC Home Journal. S. M. PETTI NO ILL & CO...... Now York. JOHN P. UEFNEIi Winchester. CEO. E. PURVIS, McMinnvillo , - TE11MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE $1 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 .r)() AT THE EN D OF THE Y EA 11 . . 3 00 INIHICEMHNTS TU C 1,1' IIS. '. copies $') 00; I 10 copies 815 00; ,r copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Subscriptions far n shorter time than one year must bo paid in advaneu. Esslr" Sinijlo copies sold at 10 cents. .Advertisements of ten lines or loss wil. be inserted at One Dollar for the first and Fifty Cents for each subsequent insertion. Very liberal reductions mado for those who advertise by the year, half year, or quarter. .SATURDAY MO UN IS G, OGT'U 31. WllV IS CuA'Kll PjKNI'.FICIAL, TO LaNI)? Because it derives a vast amount o i .i i i . carijon nam mc air, winch uic clover supplies to tlio soil. A dry stalk ol clover consists almost entirely of car bon. If a crop of clove...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 7 November 1857

T7 ' ' 1 . I. m i ,ii i i mi mmmmmmimmmmmmmmmgmm "IS THE VOLUME 1. HAllDLYDIIEt.'DEnSOIJ . j a Ar now wcolving their - !FALsL"''STOCK:;; BY GQODS. FOBiibiEfB HAVE '. Muslin d'Latnes, Cashmeres. Scotch Tin Ids, French and English Merinos, Black and Fancy Silks Sonnet Ribbons, embroidered Collars large lot HOOP SKIRTS, ' '''jBra'Hi8',,v,V Biac ;Clot!i Cloaks, ITIoiantiinc I i . , Fine Jlalr Oils, Perfumery, ' ntlierarftcfcs.'t he namiffg of which would con inl "mr. time thai It W Uke many of our fi le.ids to POR GENTLEME WE HAVE , Black aid 9m Cloth, i . Blk and fancy Cassliiieres, Ready-made Clothing, Blue and Fancy flanhcts, TV latest style of Hats, ; Boots, Gailers, Shoes, Cravats, Collars, Shirts, ' Suspenders, Gloves, nnukcrchiefs, FINE TESTINGS, &C, &C, &C. Alio, a good lot of ; Hardware, Quccusvvarc, . I Cutlery, &c. I We tender our thank I to a generic public for the lib ...i n.trrnR2n riven us In the pasti arifcel conliiteiiL that by soiling at reasonable pric...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 7 November 1857

X THK HOME JOUIINAL It V H. J. SLAT'MiK. "I'lcilgnd to noimrly'i arbitrary sway, We follow truth wheickr she leads the way," WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVU 7. From the Naahvllle Union awl American of yesterday. The Lcgifcliitiuc The Sonata did not sit yesterday. Amongst tho new propositions filling up tho calendar in the House of Repre sentatives, is o joint resolution by Mr. Copeland, to so amond tho 4fh section of the 10th article of tho State Constitu tion, ns to admit of the reduction of counties below the area of 600 square miles, to faci'itato tho formation of new counties, provided that no new county lino shall approach an established county scat nearor than 12 miles. Mr. John stout's bill (86) to abolish mustering, was passod tho final reading in these words, substituted by Mr. Coover: 'That all fni os for non-attendanco on militia mus tcrs bo and aro hereby abolished. An Example for Young Men. hx Gov. Andrew Johnson, recently elected to the U. States Senate from Tenn., ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 7 November 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL " W. J. SLATTEK. Sent Free of Poetage in Franklin County Agents for the Home Journal o m PF.TTINGILL & CO... ...Now York Vniik Pi HEFNER, Winchester. GEO. & TURVIS .McMinnvillo SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,1, 1887, Notice. We shall this weok give a lot of nc counts to' but agent to' colloct for us, as our time is too closely occupied to ena ble us to do so ourself, and as we do not wantte dun through the paper. The ac counts are mostly for. job work and ad yertising, and havo of course boon due ..since the work was dono. Don't think ihard of us, friends, for although tho a mounts individually may seem too small to demand a rigid collection, yet in the agregate they make a good deal, and will enable us to meet debts that we must. The Winchester A Alubaina Kail , ltoad. The work' on this Road is pi-ogress-ing finely. With about two or three months. additional labor it will be in readiness for the Iron from this point to Dec-herd Depot. The other end of the Road, we und...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 7 November 1857

t ..; st THE HOME JOURNAL W. J. SLATTEU. Sent Free of Postage in Franklin County. Agent for the Home Journal. S. XVI . PETT1NGILL & CO New York. JOHN T. HEFNER Winchester. 1E0. E. PUltYlS, McMinnvillo SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1857. 1'ei'per. Pepper is an almost uni versal condiment. Black pepper irri tates and inflames the coatings of tbc stomach, lied pepper does not; it ex cites, but does not irritate, consequent ly it should be used instead of black pepper. It was known to the Romans, and has been in use in the East Indias from time immemorial, us it corrects ihat flatulency which attends the large use of vegetable food. Persons in health do not need any pepper in their food. But to those of weak and languid stomachs, it is manifold more healthy to use cayenne pepper at meals than any form of wine, brandy or beer that can be named, because it stimulates without the e flection of sleepiness or debility. Strong; doses of coffee have recent ly been successfully administered in New ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 14 November 1857

THE :N..GHE;S:TE VOLUME! Winchester; ten., nqvember 14; 1857. NUMBER 44. THE HOME JOURNAL BY yi. J. SLATTEIt. -Pleagod to no party rbltrrr way, ; . , W Uo truth wlwre',r he,,Ml,, toe waT -T 1 WINCHESTER: SATURDAY MORNING. NOV'R 14; Notes on the Bank of Tazewell, Clot home, Jefferson, La wrenccburg, Shelby ,viUe,Trenton,.Dandridge,'&c.ll taken In payment for new subscribers to the Home Journal. " ' $ Autumn. '.We have reached that period when the year begins to change, and tho sunsot comas earlier and cooler, and everything proclaims that summer has ended and the harvest is passed, .Already the line is bolng crossed when hereafter tho nights shall be longer than the days, and be fore us are tho reports of the wrecks and .disasters of tho gale, which are looked to l8s making that point in the calendar. '.There are some things unpleasant in the last days of the year. Tho atmosphere goes from' one extreme to another now hot and now cold--now calling for thick .clothes, and now casti...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 14 November 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL BY W. J. SLATTJCIt. "Pledged to no party arbitrary away, We follow truth where'er sho leads the way." V INC HESTER: SATURDAY MORNING, NOV'R 14, Notos on the Bank of Tazewell, C 1 a i liorne, Jefferson, Lawrenccburg, Shelby villo, Tronton, Dandridge, &c, taken in payment for new subscribers to the Home Journal. tf. DCP A sensible article is the fol lowing, and one that contains some important truths: For the Home Journal. Mr. Editor : I am not in the habit of writing for newspapers, but would be ploased to di roct the attention of the public to a mat ter of general interest through the medi um of your popcr. I mean tho practice just lately adoptod by some persons of demanding gold and silver upon ex .ecutions. t am gralifiod to be ablo to say that only a few men in this community have ailoptcd the practice. Some have and in some cases it has been done, by tho note buyer, without a single peculiar circum stance justifying it, even when the exe cution debtor was a ...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 14 November 1857

It THE HOME JOURNAL T" W. J. SLATTEK. gent Free of Postage la Franklin County. Agent for tle ,Iomo Journal. M PEtTINGILL & CO New York. inHN P. HEFNER, Winchester. GEO. E.-PUBVIS,. McMinnvillo SATURDAY,: NOVEMBER 14, 1857. 'tfaihvilla Bank Koto and Exchange List. lank of Tennessoa par par jiauiubnj uaims gg prem Louisiana " par Union Bank pwnto' , Merchants' Bank Cit Hank Traders' Bank Hank of Commerce , ii the Union ii Onattanooga Mempbit -ii America nivar Bank . par par par , Pr par par par par par ecdis Routnern uanit . par uttiens' nanK par Commercial Bank par uuck'i uank par mcnanga imiik (.except imall notes) par Farmers' Bank pur Uank of Middle Tenn. par " Parla par " Knoxville 40c dis " Nashville 30c dU Ocoee Bank 26c dts Khelbyville Bank 30c dis Lawrenceburg Uank 30c dis Missouri Bank par Alabama (except Mo bile) 10c dis Banks of Mobile par Northern Bank par S. o lionUrldga 30c di. ii Claiborne 40c dis ii Taiewell 40c die ii Trenton 40c clis i Jefferaon 40c dis South Ca...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 14 November 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL W. J. SLATTUK. Sont Free of Postage in Franklin County. Agents for the Home Journal. S. M. PETTfNfiILL &. CO Now York. inilN P. HEFNER Winchester. GEO. E. rUHVIS, McMinnvillo SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1857. Heading f"albnge in Winter. Select a suitable spot in a giu-tlen or field, six feet m width, of any desirut length, free from standing water; run n lurrow the proposed length ol your bed, and throw a hack lurrow upon it This double furrow will form a side wall of your cabbage house. In the trench stand your cabbages on their roots leaning to the lurrow at an angle of 40 to 45 deg. Let the next lurrow be thrown upon the roots and stalks ol the cabbages, and another row to be placed in the trench made !y the sec ond furrow; thus proceed until your six feet of width is planted, then let. the last furrow be a double one ma' king the other side wall about the height ol the cabbage head. Ihrough the whole lenirlhef the middle of the .patch lav rails lengthwise, suppor...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 21 November 1857

''''fcWW"KaV, Vi-.. '. , ... .7 n " ' "J"JJJ""' tmui.iBSfS!SSSSi'.'i i' r----ml 1 1 " " ." i " ; .w.immwiwt VOLUME 1 BANKS! - I tm taking the notes of most Tennessee and South caronnn uhk in payment o: debts, and trading for most oilier Bunk notes. Come n n Pay uPb?fore 'he wholo country j.msncls Gold aud Silver. " G. A. SPIOOK. pall and Winter 1 t ha?t a good stock of Good, just rcceiv' vtJ.eonsistiurrof avery CnEAT VAS1ETY. All of iii'cH I am exceedingly anxious to sen, ' LOW FIGURES. I hart atso replenished my atock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINTS, School and Miscellaneous 1 , . ... Books, Stationery, . : ; , YOUNG LADIES sttontling School , are particularly requested tt examine the. stock, a-? they, and nil Others, will find a greater variety ,, at this More than atiy other. 1 In fact the Jarmw. Mechanic, Teacher, Student, . 1 AND ALL OTHERS, ill find nearer everything they want than i usually found in a village assortment ; t : 1 till of which SHALL bo Bold cheap for cash, or...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 21 November 1857

T HE HOME JOURNAL KY U. J. BLATTER. "Pie tel to no party Arbitrary i We follow truth where'er shetouNlbe way." WINCHESTER: SATC'RD Y MORNING, NOV'K 21. Sl:iiii.iore. of ho IH'foiio.fiCKS. It is qui to a common ptactii.-H omon men, when gnthered in social compan ionship, to speak lightly of womn who ore no unfortunate (is to bo n.-'jusiinted Vitti them, and nlso to nttnek tlio char tictr3of ladies to whom they ore utter On such ocrnfioDH. a man u..w..0 who consider? himself ol toother respect able, and who is even thought by hi ac quaintunccs to bo n decent human being, will voluntarily do what lie can to Dian the characters of numberless innocent women, and his compnnionn will not on- y listen to him with delight, but rtUo Jeri.l him vigorous, unscrupulous and re . . . . . ... i i... lcntless aid. An.l mis is emeu none uy way of sport, or for the purpose of ;rati (ying private vanity an I malice. Who- ever mus rous u nuwuu ui m.. .,..- tation despoils a defeucelebs creature of ell t...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 21 November 1857

rrHEHOIE JOURNAL 'W. J. KLATTKH. Free of Postage in Fraaklin County lerti (or tli IIom v Journal.' S M. PETTI? GILL. & uu. now xorit, "JOHN P- HEFNER, Winchester. GEO. E. PURVIS,.. ...McMiunvillo SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 857. '0" John W. Campbell advertises that be is prepared to takes pictures. Ve bespeak ' for h i m a patron n ge. Tf - " ' dCT Oodey'a lady's Hook, for, De cember, is on our table: : It jf a su perb numhfir,cotttains 3 steel plates, ' i colored fashion plate, 1 slipper print ed in colors, 12 pages printed in blue tint, 40 engraving:!, 100 pages and CO contributions. - We don't see how any lady can do without it. It only costs $3 per annum, but as some are dis posed t:r grumble even at this very low price, we propose to furnish Go dey and tho Home Journal both one year for THREE DOLLARS AND FIFT.V CENTS in advance, only fif ty cents 'more than the price of the magazine alone. Now, too, is the time to subscribe. Any person wish ing to se6 specimens of any magazine t...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 21 November 1857

THE HOME JOURNAL W. J. SLATTISII. 8ent Free of Postage in Franklin County, Agent lor the Home Journal. S. M. rETTIXOILL & CO Now York. JOHN P. HEFNER, Winchester. (iEO. E. PURVIS McMinnville SATUIIDAV. NOVEMBER 21, 1857. C'uMur! of l'l-nit. Familiar Hints. It i not nrtss:i rj at tho present time, when utmost everybody is planting Irtiit trcs togo into a long nrgumcnt to show its ml vantages. A continued mid most con vincing proof is furnished ly the fruit itself, whether it b from tin single loaded plum or apricot inw in the pinched-up kitchen-yard of the towns man, or the bioatl orchard bending under the myriads of delicious upoei mens on the upacious grounds of the . fanner. Hot an inquiry is often made much oftener than it is rightly answered 'how shall we manage our young trees, from the moment they are re ceived from the nursery, so that they may speedily conn! into profitable bearing?" or, "horn' Jong will my young trees have to grow before 1 shall get fruit from them?" As...

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