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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 1 February 1872

OURNAL. VOL. X. WINCHESTER, TENN., FEBRUARY 1, 1872. NO. 50. , boy U Ktnc tiii'nt "Awiib. u, Way .-.if.. ,,,. w. v:. r, li! ffl w.dcb hi way lor a day. I'm in i u,.nl.V IVPH fit. llflWtl. fr,"l'";i, .ny boo Hon tbo floor. Il'.lir"'.. ' nmnki wiib them on (be ily Aiiu B',!r Urll"l",nl "'' l"""'u when I n'"'10' 1 '"K ttnJ l'u"' Kt' .loloiuioraflti n' loukjoii hi In imiocout ways H''am'ir.s.coU.iu.ftbit. , i Mitt ilrcum. till you turnou" thorn out, v l,: 'A'! n,,i "ly n tric k of Ihoklnft li ' It'i licit" ,,,1 . nil day tl'P, kinn. our boy. A5 ,ii,.hiiii'liU-l.liiro.v1il.pleiiI.uro: jtiiittill 'u our blonsud treasure. V,,Jpiitiniiy look lit our kin. . j iii-ver b tounoJ or iimuloil at fill. Willi li you'll uwu U iv woiiUurl'ul. thing. . innnnna an. I in y mil f -well, v Awiiii-t InM'iUirrainl inotlmr; lifuVlito'l o'er lliuslm-i'L-r, mi l prouilly think Ilitro uuvcr iviik m -h unollior. Tlio Herman Empire. Tim islablbhmint of the German 11 r i i j i . .. i ci i. , c !.. Empire-, dates 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. — 1 February 1872

it 11 . I , '1 : mm a t i to. lis I: ff ;l il i s-tfl so $1 'A Mi The f'ioME Joupvnal. W. J. M il fl It, l.,llli,i- mil l'rirklir, " Al l-.! lor 1 1 1 1- rarity 01' christian charity" I ' n ' 1 r the sun.'1 A goodly mitalici' of reverend tliMncti in the. northern pulpits :;en- III VI' taken occasion atdv to point the mor , ' :il ol Fi a!'s lil'o ri tit Uh for the. bene-' lit of their i.Miiiv;,':iliiiH. Many ol' them, however, were com-.isieiilciiouv.li to exercise thai charity which is the sum iiii-1 i-oliMancs of Chi i-l'n teach ings, and which is hijdiiy ciiiJitiii-mU'tl hy St. I'aiil. the Cut ureal expounder of tin.1 -j'y't I proclaimed li-tui tiioi's miiU ii!' onlpks unto this 'lay. lint tonic acted more independently in lllL': ,..,si! of Mr. Fisk, anil one New York , clergyman, tllelicv. .1. S. Willis hi; hesitate to jrivo his denomination , thought proper t" nllu'lj to the do eeaed in the mo.it scurrilous and op-j prohiolis laiiu"'"!.!"- His life- was a j vanity lair;" his cha...

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 February 1872

yTSkL-AKY 1, 1872. .l....i.t luollX'llfH. Sew ..uiiful iiml efficient Clerk mid W . t ii. Finch, has u number il'r, ! 1 '.i.'iniir in tliis issue of our . ...1 t ... valuable propm.' ..... v ... II, Ann""""' of Tullahoiim, offers tlmt will Insure II ".; I bcrut prices u e ...il t'liiirl liff. . rllll 01 I""' """" M . .!... l,,hllclilmr Cniniifliiv." I'lllVlTsliJ t r 1 'lV York, advertise Uuscr.tioti School " We Imvo herctotoru spoken of IlljOli I" II,UI'U"' J W""' '" - eHU u7 i. . ntu tt runt, fl lwidMmr . . I... nl. .1 IV.IIW -.Jlttll U' I lilt ,11 It tl suo .. ... .... ml vi'l't isclllcllt ol' Mr. .1. r,,ti,Mrii'( Comn.niv nnlilisli- OlllU'llSl'tl SliUl.l".-"1' vl II." lUIIUILlUH i . . ..ff r .. .hi ii t v mist. One till ii ir ic lilt 1st 01 " ' " ' .-tlit .Etna company isoue oi me nest ih worlil- iiml shrewd business men lUjOTler ii pulley in it, even at higher , (iiuii in nine out of ten of the lire courting public patronage, nuaiiv companies eoulil have paid over ,)iiiij0li'ss ...

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 February 1872

mriTinfiuM ' it cw.--.s(Of iiisusn im J lie I. ill' I; . M...;. I.IU.I Isslll'T. a Fnnner Smite Suggestions. Kill (11)' (lie M017 of (ieorgo Hudson, ltallwnj King. the 'J'lio lifi.' of n farmer can lie made cii' iiT, l.'jiMiiilcr, ami liciillliicr. nud lii In -mo more. itl tractive, beautiful, unit I'lJ 'yttlili', ly careful aileiitinu to eel tulii rulci too ofleii forjotli-ll. I. Tou much wink is frequently tin dertakeii, or more land mtvtiiitutl t be cultivated Until the means nt bin ciiiuiniiid will fairly allow. H-iylng oncu eturted on the wrollir Jiatl), und only IodMii); tit 11 10 irolil tliat may Uerrilt' if llll llN lltlllH Clllt 1)0 ftCCOIU- iili-lii' I, lie pre"!'- nil lii.s oiiitkI'-h into t.. i- ,-ri vi.-i . oi,!y t'.i lind at the unl of tin- :i:,'.. n that Uiu task lie Iuih Im-Iiu.-cil tijiou liiniM'lf was too heavy, ami that much of his lahor has lieen wu: t" I f:om '.lie v.aiit of pitalcnt, cautious calculation. It Wutiid have heen far littler lo hunhand his strength ...

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 February 1872

IT" ' ,i h. f : t '. r . i (1 i rrr ir. n. VOL. X. WINCHESTER, TENN., FEB11UAKY 8, 1872. NO. 51.- 'llf IT'PARS. Bo not swift to tako oironoo i hut it pas.. I Awror Is a footn sense: bill it IHldd! Tlrn'id nut darkly uVr 11 wrmiK Wlii.'h will ilisapi'our fro Iuiik; Rutliorning thi cheery mc hut it pass I Lot it paiid ! 8trif eorrodci llio purrat uiiiul ; Lot it pupe! An thounregHdodKiml. . Lnt it UM 1 Any vnlirnr soul.' that Mto May iMindctnn witlnnit rupr'nivo! 'Till tho uohle who for'ivo. Li't it pa:'? ! L'.-t it pa.'il Kcbo nut in nnrry wrirl; Lot it pans I Thinltliew tifb-n you hum. urrcil ; hut it push I Sinrc our joys trumt iniss away Like the iluw-ilruiw on tlio way, Whoroforo should our sorrows stay? I.ut it pass ! ...... i littitpiMwl 11' for gnnS yon'vit:il:on 111, Lot it pu.d Oh! ho kind and Bontlosiill; I lit it pit's! Timoat Lift unite ;ill tliin-i slmi;.- us not rpsuiit, but unit. And ou.- triumph .-liall Im uroat; Let it pass! Lot it mus 1 Bid youramwr to lUipnrt, Lot ...

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 February 1872

T HE jOvlE lOUPNAL. i W. . 6L1TTKR, tailor u4 I'roprlcUr. A prominent NorUturu join usil draws - u ilih(,uinyiny parallel between the. mil-, iturv abilities ol General Slternian uml Von Moll kc. It depreciates the latter ', in comparison, uecause ue oeat r rwiuc i bv a thorough scientific campaign with ; out exhausting her resources; leaving i lirr unfoitunately lor the result, as , uowcrfid today a, she ever was. ! . i i r With conscious pride it then points to .of Spain is altogether superior to ours, Sherman' campaign in which "not on- and much more elllciei.l. Our iron ly were the rebels conquered, but thcir'c'.ads, for the most part, are confessed whole reyiou utterly exhausted," thus ! useless, and while we arc build new i-rovinj; conclusively Sherman's supc '-"nes our ports could all he virtn'l 'lion military capacity to Yon Moltke's sealed up. that of New York included, .Vlimist everybody Will now nndersliind j and our remaining foreign commerce how poor Von Miltke suffers b...

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 February 1872

aim SDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1872 rnnrrns Francis Train has ollered Judge TrtffiVal". of Winchester, the Vice- n slileiicv or tne united Diaieit. or me 1 ru! .i.imV to It to nluce his name on the Train ticket as eandidate for Vlee-Awi- . r-..-.. .ii American. rlllt w Till remind us, as the "late lamented t i..olii" used to say, Jf o good joke lately ' ti.,itd. We can't help telling the , i.. nitwit it should have been seen in order to be appreciated. Don't say, by way of criticism, that you can't see a joke. We saw one, last Thursday, and others saw It nd everybody talked about it. We could no niore Prsuude oursolf to not tell jtth.iuU. S. Grant could persuade hlm ielf to "ot tHke tt Pre3,;ut' But we hardly know how to begin, or where. Certes, we Ble afraid. But then, Judge Swalu Is a sensible man, and enjoyed the joke as well s any one, and we have no (ear of his an I'or. for he has too much Rood, hard old common sense to care a "continental." We will risk Toney, upon the ground that fone...

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 February 1872

At.IlI. 1 .11' tlio l.iliio Ouivi. A r" In a rn-l, pit s ad .-cmIv m 1 aWU ' ii '. iini' ru one .1 V r. it lev Mi-' hvh'. i inuy, no. thri' !" i y U I il .ti'-1 I n ia il I '., . . t' :..d i ii. Ul-'i 0 I I !.n- i Unit 1 i II, I rl'II.Ul', ' i ..i ,: ju'II I' Tin' la'itty v.iis ' l ;.(. .-null )l ' 1' Ik a .s.iicl 1'1'iin ii j ' K , Call. 'I.l, . nn 1 n null, ',' 1 ii... tH.ru. inn .-J. :i ; v : Ihi ifiiiilC'l I y nif, i.i.i ilil, ar twin cmi bo." li'i. ; tlo ! 1 inny'.- ! liv, v. I,i ,.li,i". !.:! Til V ..,. 1 e j'. y .i i tei . n, ui quickly lall: ' i 1,1 .l.tt.l'lllli A i. l y -r lea- Tit..'. IK' I 1.' i MR T c 1,1 tl, ii Mi Ii.i'.i f: !.. ii- ,,iiirl.ly Ii I, lm I it I!:it A r . in., 'iln I','", i':i".' i, I'm. f .,1. i'l,'n' , I lii ' iii I 1 ' v .lot,!. :,al i. all , iniil. lli:ici.A;. Si ll Y1IMC. Mr. Si"iuvii", tlic v.i 11-known Eng lish tfli';!Tri.li!nl, lias Invoutod a iilii i'iuii ln', ' wlili h l;:n ii'ovc'(l that II V !il j P!icti';ii g to a ili ilh of one l.iiini''c(l ...

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 February 1872

"71 1 JLJJJ JU. VOL X. W I NC I LES I 1 KR, TENN., FEBRUARY JUTS. NO. jjyx irhTTID AT A T LJLWXV LABOtt lO.NTitACTS. o question has si) perplexed tho ,vihi.ni planter for llio past Wis ' ,m at that of labor. It i not that of the question which retire Lnt'u labor us something antagonistic , L,,,iliil that linn troubled us, for the miporilon of labor to capital lias been iiici lis very large. Our capital in nl- .,,1.4 nominal; our iiivesiineiiis nave hut little mantel value ; our moor, though abundant, lias practically bail scarce because iiieiucieiii,, ami, i;l-o inn1 canital. of no real marketable value. Hut llio difficulty is that ,ithcr canital nor any other power lias hceii allo to control labor in the South. Usually where these two source "I ineonie iiavoeome in con Hiot. a liberal expenditure of money liiN! of capital,) wind me contest, lor though U10 ilemanil 01 labor beucccd ,,1 in, improved labor is the con.se uiieiicc. A "strike" is quieted by an increase of wages, and the ...

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 February 1872

'f 'f N M by- I. . B'tr -.J Hi! 1 11' rj . ! mm Ml I'.' 111! 1! 'J" HE jOAE jJOUPvNAL. . 4. M.tvmt. l,.UInr Mil IV'..rli.r. netivu iii Nj'.v York at liCr'' 110 J. Tennessee bonds mv quoted in Now York lit HI) fir I'Oth issues. Cotton i.-i in liM. request :it aS.'.i; lor middling. Win Iniiniin'iil In a Horn. 'I'd ii casual oiificrvor it wouM ap pear Hint no sort. of diplomacy cm iivYini. a wur between tin! United St :tt-s inul (Ireiit r.ritaiii. Hut. the li.'ii.r Journal does not believe tluil the muddle over the Alabama clams nt t Icni'VM will result, in wiir. Iii the first place tin cumm lu'lli in insnlfleient ; nml tn t!i" second, :i- t iii Mobile, Register says, '-the. I'uiU.'il States l-as been bru uji Ii t into such u condition of inef ficiency by tlu? liilKiimiiiieiiielit ol (limit' political la'iiily 111 : il she is to day in no condition to lidit unv litst- llass power." Ami vet tliecl.uiche, are pi u inu- !'or j ,. ', . l.eiiee. nml iniiiiv nre iih kiiiif i.s il tlien.-i 1 ...

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 February 1872

1 -r- V '. r" r;' ' ' c ' " JHE JOE jJoUFNAL, TKSPAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1872 Local Plck-Ups. Thcyarcrywurccvory. and we wish SUrwa law town. If for no I r reason t' 0,8 hM!n"wu "V,' ' "' eneet in tliu number of local It ''' bealargerplaciMfweo,,. . .'i ..iittlemore oncrsry. an-l would on- ' ., mlt.irill llllVlllltilgU tlmt 1!" r about us. lfnnythlng has happened cluster ' i.,,i,i In. ! iron - rtliiec our lust ihsuu " " V V i !,l wu re unaware of It. N o one lia de li i l.irt life, nor would wc have any ,' of this sort Just to gratify our mix ... .r a local. No marriages have come a bleh met we hardly know wl.ctl.c ... ni'jip fir lii 1 1 " out 111, and . 1..1.. n remit , iini-i-latteg now turn 10VC, 80 lllliu iuii.ii ... this help of lion, enter in Ull.. l..,ln It I id to the u.atrinionlal alliance; our young urn so wanting and persevei-enoe which guarantee a live- iH.ooa, and ladles, wiumi, are su cum..... .i nf dress and furniture and style rather tliun hearts and love, tint really we d...

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 February 1872

sariiaa:ri'infiir'.i j ... f , ft .i . ' "Y l" : II 1 X. 'l ,1 I' ' i ft!'-i ti i t ,- . f T - . ur :. S ! II. 't, I. i" i - I' !' Hi Ul K AM.H'AL I'ALENDAB. Janu.vhy. AVooJcuckM, boiitmakcTs I ml oilier lih'dH of jwy now lii-Mjt-ct Jln-ir bills, liicw'iitiiiK iiiiiieciiniouH ili'li'.iir:i, tun! i.elllinj; tin) iU Hlion tint Jiiilnif? i'ous not at all resemble t-ooitifr. liliowli.iliiiii' in eli'ileliiieal at tlii;l Tie- ul, imil evcrylioilv t:tl.i.K it freely, The Art of Furinlrijr. Wo take the following very Rood nt' tiflle from tlio L'uuntny (JrnUt.man. It will richly rejay u estrt-.ttil n.-ailmg : A mull iiocsesKHM a ftirm, tho land Ifcintf of- average fertility, which medium ututo muutift it, In half worn out or only exhuUHtcd of half its lilunt ilmt dron.lful miiuinl known to tutu- !"oui uumiiio power or groA" Toli-.U i.x the 1,,.v. ln-intr liilm-iniiu to "'K "' !rol'j- if t"IH mull KWH oil thtj top of hi;) hilarity. Country conn ins be:;eif.;o tin; city, and their inirtyr od ...

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 February 1872

3 V.'.- " ' THE HOME JOURNAX J. VOL. XL WINCHESTER, TENN., FEBRUA11Y 22, 1872.' NO. 1. ITEMS OF' INTEREST. 828 convicts in tbo Virginia pen itentiary, of whom 072 are negroes. 2013,000 imigrants arrived at New York in 1871 an increase over 1870 of 17,000. Statistics show that 90,000 emi grants left Germany last year, ncuily all for the United States. N. Matson & Co., jewolers, Chi cago, claim to carry a stock worth about half a million dollars. The United States has 75 000 miles lit telegraph hues; about equal to the number of miles in England, Franco and llussia com bined. . .. ?' ' It lias been estimated that ' the freight transported by the railways of the country last year amounted in value to over twelve billion of dollars. Advertising receipts of tho Kew York Herald . are represented at $2,500 to $",()00 a day, according to tho changes in tho busy season of tho year, v r v '- ! Tho London Lancet thinks that during the coming Spring, or early in the Summer, cholera will re-...

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 February 1872

J .' i ; i V 1 , p t ''1 -! )! pi ml 4;i HE HoVifc JoUPNAL. W. J. ItiTTHt, MtUr u rroriiUr. Witr News. Reports from London are by no means favorable to a comfortable de cision of the Alabama claims, which, it mui-l be confessed, aiv supremely ii diculous, and Etiglund, hi refusing to I ay for indirect dainapes, will lc siih taincd by cominoiiHcnsc diplomats the world over. Why should Prussia not demand a good sum from the United States tor their bad conduct iu the late Franco Prussian war? The worst that we have ever charged against England is that she permitted private individ uals to build ships for the Confede rates. But our Government did not merely allow the French agents to pur chase anus aur Ammunition of private manufacturer, but set all the public es taMifthinenU in full activity to maim faettire tliC-se things for France to be used against Germany. And all to line the pocket ati't gorge the avarice o a riiii; of corrupt speculators who doubtless shored their gains wUh Gen....

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 February 1872

JHE 0VlE4jl0UINAL, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1872 S'ermH : Pr annum. "ttiv. 1If SNKKU,We understand hut this n'08t cffliilentntid. Ighly respect j vIscoph1 divine will open very noon femiU school of high grade, In the grow ..... nf cimttuiiooztt. Mr. Sliced has a .'Li. hold upon the affection of our pco . Hi long Intercourse with us hat only Increased the esteem which men usually -.i..rto Intellect coupled with urbanity muiuicru und high inonil worth. Ah u teclief Sf. OMCBU wn u wire iu uuiii- ro,iil patronage wherever he may go. 'Us mvtM in till respect In Winchester. In known. ad win fouow mm. it m pleas ant to know tn,lt d,,t,B Chnttanoo t vr ill n't prevent hln; frum the exercise ofapiritual control in thU Parish, of which j,e remain the Rector, agisted hy I'ev. Mr. Hnbinson. who is now with us, und ho comes highly reeoniinendoa. STfA Skkknadk. We lmve heard of j sorts of serenades from the riarivari of the rablile to tlie most exquisite tones 0f lute and flute on a soft moonlit ni...

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 February 1872

'" "Consider mo SmiUi." A proud story ia tola ol iul In: Caldwell, formerly of tlie University of North Carolina. Tb'J doctor was a mnitll man, ami l-uti, Wt tiB lmnl.'antl angulai . us tlie .u in'p''ular'oi'rine ktiots. I I(j looked nsthoiK'U he miyrhtbe iouuli Imt ha did not Heem btrorif,'. 'uvtrtluleKH he was, niuontf the cr'(vin;,'oi(s,'ivputcdo lu us ngile "us u cut." and, iu addition, wt by 7,0 ineims'dttH'iiinUu ft knowledge ol' iIm "mar.lv fir:. Well, in the iivbli jipi-i cl:tss ol aci-rtain jvar thu'd was u liin-ly.hm.fy nioii'iliiinctr of i-ight-ii in- uiuKicen. Thin viaun cou v ivi-d a great conti'inpt for "Id 1 ki lns' jhvhical dinicnnior.fi, ud his kouI sw horrified that, hih so d. li ci i;' i'i iniiSclu bhould l" so jioti'iitiid il.i-jnd". . 1'oor Jonm, that is what we'll call him, had no idea ol'moral low;'. At !ii.v v:i'ft Iihv.uh not. inrlim tl tu knock ui.lh-r and he cu'ilmU'd dfH.otk'ally I u man h- iiiiiitfi'i' d he could tic or whi'. At, lur ;rlh lu di-t. rmim d...

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. — 29 February 1872

HOME JOURNAL. VOL. XI. WINCHESTER, TENN., FEBRUARY 29, 1872. NO. 2. THE liHtb Had t'uplil. AM ALI.KOIIBY. Oli ! wild but oil hnth innrvelej why The Kil' who rule above Bhnulii o'er iiorinit the young to dl. Tlio uld tu full in love I Oh I why ihould haploss human kind Ue uuninliml out of luaionY Prny liaton, and perhaps you'll And My rhyme may give the reason. Death, itrnlling out one lummor'l day, Mut t'upld, with hii sparrows; Andbniitcringin a ploasaut way, l'(uused a ohuuge of arrows. "Aureod, "quoth Cupid "I fnrsee Tue quoorcMt game of errors ; l or you the kinic of liiurts will be I .t ud I'll bo king of terrors!" And so 'iwiii done alas thoday That miilliplinl their artsl Each lr.iju the other bore away A porli jii of their dartsl And ill at explains the roason why, Uoapim the gods above, The yuuiiK are often doomed to die: 'llio old to lull in love I John U. SiiK. ol it little FOLKS Soo hero, mister," said a lud driven up a tree by a dog; "if you don't take that dug awuy, I'...

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. — 29 February 1872

: fio; HE OAiE IOUlNAL. M . i, M.CI tl II. Mlti.r Iti't I'rnprti'lnr. TIiii fellow Trice, who .r(uiIjutoi a C'.lliv falsehood imiici JeHcrson Davis, ji'nl Liutally assaulted C.enoial .Mniirv, luis been dismissed from tin- cmidov of tin" Mi'tiii'liit ml Charleston Kiiilroml Company. Tin- Springfield l!i'iu'ilii'nn says; 'In tlif Iri'lit lexicon of Adtninistrn ion Senators tin- word invi'Btintinii' has become no completely u nynopsis fur whitewash Mint most people would reenrd imy inquiry instituted tt Wash iiiutnii as a useless waste of public time mill money." M Hi! v luivc endeavored to s ilvp the following puzzle, but liavi' found .mite dillieult. It ncnsycnoiuh, how ever, when it is explained. The pos wssive case docs the work : "A l'l iu ces found a prophet in the rushes by the wntir, whom she vuinly hoped to nil her darliii'' own. If Moses bai. In tn the con of Pharaoh's daughter then he would luive been the daughter of Pharaoh's son A Southern paper advertises ns lol lows: Wi'...

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. — 29 February 1872

.1-1. . V ..... tii.in I friJ,r- ''" JHE 0E."j OUPvNAL. $2 i)or annum. rni'B KKABKKB.-We are suro our . tTiAlkl tJH' T P t,,lB ... f news uiuJ local matter in our ...UK ' " 1"'" ' .,inmivfi r advertising llSO tj,.i ,t K.mtuek win Congress. Hon. Mr. - v. - ,. w hich If caused by the pressure (Unrr. WO give tllCUl, lit KOtllO ...i Mul.ln toouielf. asupple- ,.vn(!llS "u ' . . .. , i. : , ,t containing the spimeu apiwu ..... V.-.. I. tl,l . t.. u liliMl "XIT. tJ(!l!H CXvUl Uin:n uiv loisBrownW, and holds up to ro " ct the tyranny wo all felt under the r, lo'v dynasty! cannot fall to com Td attention and admiration, and al T,.rh times have changed for the bettor. J' f, , slble to repress a feeling of bit- HI9""1 l,,t-unnn thn fact that .(.rllCSS wncn c -v" r-" -- ,1.1 i. Vao nut. nnlv gltiu la uiiu. .- j baa not told the worst, ami ail he has but ne lrut . . . l t. .......n lii ii I'nrulf.rii , iiolu the neari. - . ',.wtnnlshnieiitthatsueh things could La been dono in the boasted light o...

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. — 29 February 1872

JlfilUCl'LTL'RiL. II u lire Urrt'lrjr's AsrlrnllarHl Mm- I IKK. The venerublo pUiloHOjiher of the Tribuiie is uot much of a farmer, but )H a clour-headed ami fur-wjeing common BeuHo thinker, the fol lowing maxims from ono of bin ltd dresses show: 1. Only gooil farming pays. Ho who sows or pluntH, without reaHon able assurance of good crops annual ly, might butter earn wages of eome capablo neighbor tnan work lor bo poor a paymaster as ho is certain to prove himself. 2. T ho good farmer in proved by the steady appreciation ol inn trope. Any one may reap an nuplo harvest Irom a lerliH virgin son; tuu kuuu farmer alone grows good crops at iirst, and better ever and afterward. II. It is far easier to maintain tho prodnclivo capacity of a farm than to rostoro it. To exbauBl its fecun dity, and then attempt iU restora tion by buying cotttly commercial fertilizers, is wasteful irrational. 4. The good tarmer soils mainly such products as are least txhitUH live. XeceHsity nny constra n him, ...

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