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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 7 March 1872

HOME JOURNAi A. VOL. XI. WINCHESTER, TENN., MARCH 7, 1872. NO. 3. r HAHIFEKT DKNTINYt Richard Homy Stoddard. Ntliiniias it was ofoIJ. Wberu cit ion atood tho I'ltttle browae ; Woeda xtriko their roota through royal mold; The limrda haHk In Uenaar'a houav. Whut Clioona built the pyramid? VVhoao duat, if uy, there is lit d 7 If thoae, the mator racea, foil. Much more the tribea whuui they o'orthrew From wbuiiue they oama no mun can tall, Nor whither vanished like tho (low. Tho aniue daatruotion now, aa thun, ' Muko obsuloto thuau eutwurn men, Tho rod man, whom out hardy aires Found in puaaeaalon of the land; ho built in wooda bia wigwam firea; And flunked hia iio, or. bow in hand, Cropt on t ie wild dour or tho bear, Ur tracked tlio panther to his luir. Who, grim and hard of heart at best, llauood in hia war paint, stole away With twonty duvils in hia broivat, To whro his halod fooman lay. Whom, if a aloop, he could not lind. And hia strong ruia ain pinions bind. To burn him at tho dr...

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. — 7 March 1872

HE Ho;,l JoUP.NAL.f . J, SUl ITI.lt, I JIU null l'rpHUw. Mr-jor. (eo. M. Kuiack. of tlio Mini choker Democrat, has jmiclmHcd the TuMahonia Yinies, ft ii 1 will liorual'ter Ci'tiitrol both jiajitTH. Kncccss'to'yon, Major. The way Kadical iners are unstain ed at Washington may. be learned from tlio fact that, ftli.ili,(lOO 'iiri.' asked ol Congress to pay lor territorial adver- j ti-di; Tfre. Mobile and Ohio Railroad, on tlio 1'Jlli, dntharcd its iudelttediscis to the Slate ol Tennessee by iayiny into tin: treasury 81,700,000 iu bonds Mi'l coupons. It is asserted Hint Edward S. Stokes resided in Detroit live or six years ago, mid le:t ther-j to escape arrest on a win rant charging liim wil'J attempt to .shoot oik' of his relatives. ... Wile 01 me uu I which way the wind is mow nig is 1 lYwnieiit ntion ol rival cuiioioaies tot the I'rc.-idcticy, where, six months ii-o, no rival candidates could be found. tiuitu a distinct bliock of tatlbrpiake wa- tell at Memphis a lew da s since, hhak...

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. — 7 March 1872

Jhe jioAE, j!oyiNA. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1872. Terms : $2 per annum T Now Advertisement, C.B. ltonss Is In the Auction Dry Goods trade In New York, nnd Inukcs a bid for customers through our cohlinng. And It is a pleasure for us to recommend him. mid we will vouch for hi prompt iittentlon to all or'Jera sent him. We bnvuibeeu perion- allv acquainted with him for many year und knir tince decided that he has few equal In n business souse. Coinnicn.iliij,' Ufa us a poor hoy, like most men who have accomplished praiseworthy things iu this world. In' lm succeeded hi bccemlnjr very wealthy, lint there Ir no ostontiitlun abort htm, and his liberality bus been most profuse. We are sure that he has . given away more than one bundled thousand dollars to Confederate soldiers, with whom he suffered tn the days of trial Leaving old Virginia, where he had made n lortune and yiven it away for the Lost Cause, ho wc'nt to New York, und is now either full or curt owner 'of no less than 30 business hous...

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. — 7 March 1872

AGElCULTl'BAr: A NkW BbtiiicB of PftotfiT. Sun Aowor Boed oil is lnrgoly exported f.om Russia, the annual product of the seed in that country being ftom thirty to forty million pounds. The soil of our Western States is said to be largely and peculiarly adapted to this plant, which yiolds an averogo of fifty bushels of seed ner acre under favorable circum- utances. The oil is wholesaled at about twonty cents in gold per gal lon. AnwniBK Cows asd Mii.kh.rs. On the New Jersey Agricultural Colloge Farm the Ayrabire cow is preferred to the common Btock, proving to bo not only bettor milkers, but kept in kaf l.ai ftnnriir.ittll on tilt) food. OuO Aytihirecow onlymodinm in yield, .. 9 nnrtn of milk last ysur. i'he greatest yield of milk reported fnm fV Avrshiro in one year was 4.658 ciuarts. The nsnal yield of Avvuhira pmM IS from 30 to oU Doands nor duy. Cwmhm or SiiKW.-The Vwtiw (Mich.) Gazelle says that Mr. Peck of that town, a breeder of fine wool .hA.n hrniL'ht a Loicoster buck last y...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 7 March 1872

STJFIIjESMESIWT TO ' THE HOME arOTJR.3Xr A.JLm BECKON BROWNLOW. )St Bcllum History of Tennessee rawn from "fflc,al "ocumenw. te Southern Refugee Governors pt All Cripples ana imoecucs. The following Is a full report of the reply Hon. James B. Beck to " the attack ' ,iu uwn him by Sonator Brownlow. la nrse of Ws remarks Mr. Beck was re )tUv'l persistently interrupted by Re Cam members of tbe House, who, .Wbotit his speech, conducted them Jve though seated on nettles: bkck'8 PKH80NAL EXPLANATION, r. u,.w. I thank the House for tbe mtesyi 'bey have shswn ma In allowing fetomake a personal explanation. This Eihe first time I have ever asked such a j-riiege, although I am serving my third P" Jnd I had hoped I would never be MBpelled to ask of this House opportunity tpinake an explanation personal to myself. Li I assure the House now, as I said be- L.ttiR CUIISnilb Ul tun uuuon nna fiivt.ii n making this statement, that I do not In WDd Wise any BHJ.INOHflATB OR SLANDKlt, or to degrade thi...

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. — 14 March 1872

r- - vw -- . w , , -f A "A ! O 1c- r v 1' , v.t. EMAIL ,11 . Wi'-l K'J) I . WINCHESTER, TENN., MARCH 14, 1872. NO. 4. (N)T ma . mm 4 LA DIMS COLUIX. Black silks ami muslin aprons havo conio in fashion again. Five feat fivo inohos is said to bo tho perfection of height for a woman. A French woman ia Tolnilo, wifo of ii fisherman, spoarol fivo hun dred piko in four days. "Como and kins me" is tho name of a small Vicksburg stoumboat, Anna Die .iusoii, report says, is not to in irry, but is to go on tho stage ( Mi II iwlins;--widow of thorite ' Secretary of War, has Hurried Mr. C. 1' Daniels, of Now "York. Sjino "horrid" man says that it tho prosent sly I a of dressing young ladios Lair it. is hard to toll which it switch. "What's in a dress?" cays a popu 1 ir writer . Sometimes a great dual and Kjiaetimto a precious littlo. There' is timo for'all things. Tho limo to "leave" is when a young lady asks you how tho walk is. Mrs. Limb, of Petersburg, Va., became derange 1 from investing 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. — 14 March 1872

TV T TT HE TT 0,WE jIoUPyNAL. Hon. II. J, MJTTI.lt, l.lllnr HihI rr..,rVIft A. S. t'ol.uir's Siieccli Knoxwilc. at We pullish this week the Knoxvilli "Weekly Chronicle's report of u speed tnaile in that ci'.y tin' other tluv In linn. A. S. C'olvnr. The Chronicle a Kuiiical paper, nnil it is not pleii.saiii to Mr. Colynr's friclnls to see how n paper ((' thin kiml exults over tin "plain truth'' which it says wore told by him. What tliosu "plain truths" tire cun be bci'ii by referring to the re port. Hut we would fain believe tin Chronicle lias inisappi'tliciiiiiiil Ihcpiir poit, iiiul incorrectly printed tin; Ian gtii'i' of the tlistintiiiihcil gentleman. We do not want to think tlmt Mr. C"l nrcni-.. lii. ( it in his heart to siiyjimi wlul the Chronicle report him assay in, anil cannot think no without ti slight iiliat.'ineiil ol thu confidence we huve al!is.hui in him flu political liadcr, Surely, if lie could idiandon jirincljie in J 8(11 in follow democracy in tuulitllwti, '.lie i...

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. — 14 March 1872

Sit j-HlIRSDAY, MARCH U, 1872 Terms: $2 or aniiiim.' Temperance In Winchester is gaining Iuiul. but whisky Ih Justas dear. , jlio tanners will find n great deul in '3 'the Homo Join mil next week worth their ;.' attention. m,w- !t'fcxt week's Homo Journal will contain ' , matter that every pursuit should read. It ; '-VU1 he plain "i"' pointed. l'A yothing new in Winchester, save some (lilng 1,1 t,l,! w"y ot "f'l'l'1'- I!,t t'K' ' 'world Is so (nil of such, und men and wo ''inch are so pleased to repeat such, ami " ibere is so much uncertainly in such, that ie decline lor tho present to open our , i mouth. Nous venous. An exchange says long street urcsses . (re "gaining ground." Another exchange '," sys they gain a good deal of dirt this "ditty weather. But we are glad to sec that in Winchester short dresses are prev , djoiit at least with the school girls, who : jhow less of their body than women with Jong dresses who raise them awkwardly. ' OurColuinbia (S. C.) Exchange is hitter j...

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. — 14 March 1872

, . . ' ! i . .-f) ' "' Y i T ft .-. 9fYM 'VI -h Wjt-L JJ d YClo ti .utt-t f , i I nt v.'-' tarS'. .c.")mi '.. I' , , u . JJaAAlJl ltlifdaitiind pepper,' a fresh onion; i'.' fl f- vwhen lightly brownod, thro Mucoid, ? I (1 l V ht.iU A tiataLxui also cut UP. and let n-J U. -t nfToml.r.fthrouL'h. browning aliffliOt ..i n . r ,t i-.pn.tft under side. AliKil lU I KAL ITEMS. In Franco tlic:ro nro 4:10 boot nu .ir f.ie'oricR, for making uuynr of k-cls, u cuKuro tlmt .h iutrjtluceil lit Illinois. In ls71, 'irt.Olil Hhort-liorn cattlo wr! kuUI at public Balo iu Groat inta'n, at an averayu price of $280 l;r liOttil. L.irnl miller irri'jrtiou in Siain soils for $.r)()0 per aero, wliilo land lyii'n .tloiitfwiw tf it will Hcarcely luiip-j titty ilolliirs per aero. A. fanner in "Vinnlov, Jfaino, iMiweil 2 litislii-la of wlieaton three quarters of an acre, ami uuM it i'ot $7i',f-r wetil, mil tlie utraw for $17. At tlio Poultry ami ritfoon Show, Wilils County, Knfjlaml, recently, wliilo .who wore ...

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. — 21 March 1872

n ODRNAL. OME i H VOL. XL WINCHESTER, TENN., MAllCII 21, 1872. NO. 5. r Preparing a Croquet Ground. A subscriber to a foreign exchange nuked answers to the following: "What in the best plan of lifting the sods of a product giound ana replacing thera, after having leveled the ground. For wlmt lonffth of timo can the sodn. without injury to themselves, be kept lifted (rolled up)? Give BuggeHtioiiH as to the form and bent way of making n croquet ground. To those queries tho editor replies. In tho first place we would ad vise mow ing the gronnd closely, anil then, when ch ar of tho grans, and soft after rain, rolling it well with a heavy roller; then stretch a line, and nick along it regu larly with a sharp spade or edging iron; lift and strain it at about 2j or three feet, and repeat the cutting; then with a rod of whatever length you propose each roll of soil to on, and with n sloping cut, nick across at right angles to the previous cuts, insert tho spade and lift the sod as evenly as...

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. — 21 March 1872

JYlE jiofAE jJoUINAL, H. I SIlTTtH, lill.nr nl Prrlrlir. The Political Out-Look. t u' ni'ii i' oiiHcri ino (t'.i n in ol I'll- A I If tlie very lirief synopsis we pave 1 ,(litii rsii ifn hit not i.l nil cunll.lcnt m in In&t w eek's Home Journal nf the ml , his reelection These iiii'ii hit win. divas made liv a lew li'iwliiii! I.MtiiiI jenoiiuii to nee that itu - li i 1.1; like i ,. ,, ' 1 . t . ; ,. Illlii ll Ol' lilt' .Ipp.lllClltS III ( il'll (Ir.'llll Hcijii i henns ol tin- Mate to tin 11 nil t. ..... ,,. 11 . 1 1 . , i m - will del. 111 him IP the polls, I lie iioiiiI l,c ill) iinl.N to the policy ol tin: I-'1"'''"!,,.,,!,,,, ,,, .IndoelbivisamMJov. I'arki-i 11I UojiiMic:ins tliiniulhiiit Hie I'mied j (,. president ,,,,1 Vici- IV. nhIchi ha Slates, wi' hit not backward ill savin" I put s iine of these lenders in the tvnisi Unit the influence, tin; Home Join mil j I per. not only itb men in 11 1 i., ..; 1 . ! I!'"'' " liinkx, I'llt H illi nil liclnlijf nriv possess will nr si...

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. — 21 March 1872

, , ,Jmmi '. ; ir X.--.t i V f JHE jioAB jI()UrNAL, njWlMY, MARCH 21. 1872 Tcriim t $ii pur minimi. Rules of Advertising;. Advertisements inserted ut 91 50 per inuarc oi' 1 n lliies(hrevlcrs,e) Hrst ln J 'j.tl,,!,, and 75 cents lor each subsequent ii-' t-t ion . 3 in. (I in, i 1 yr. j Square,. , jj Square. 3 Hquarcs. U col'mll.- column. Tri() i-J()u yiouti 10 00, 15 001 20 (XI 15 Dili 20 00' 25 00 20 001 110 00 40 00 40 00. (10 IK)! SO 00 00 (M). W OK ) 25 00 rm" Advertisements lor lens thiui throe uiiiitlis will be charged at transient rates. gTA'rio.SKHV. We have just received another largo supply of the most elegant utatloncry . Wu have tommerchil letter head paper tlmt weighs 32 pounds to the renin, and nil oi-t and sizes of envelopes. If vi u want elegant pi luting on elegant paper, at low rates, tome to tho Home journal olllce. Jtl'llUlHU IN THIS hTIIKKlS. Oltr corpo rate authorities must nut lull to watch the Imposition of el.lcns in the way of de positing all sorts of rubbis...

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. — 21 March 1872

VAKIKTIKS. lilfco a paper lblcigli, X. C., i to ciititli'il "Wo Know. ' It is niinoiiiicod that n priHon "ox cliisivcly for liidion'' is to bo built ut Toronto. ' The lust time mi Iown man Haw Lis thumb it wits going through a oorn- blicllrr. A ViHinimiii liov uliiveil "HllOD-the whip" so liunl that ho broke his collar bono. A I'ocL'iitrie ghost in Sioux City Bits c.ilml.V on a bucket with his heuU hip ili'r hi.H urm.' Onn of tlio luraehtof tho lumbiirmeu of MiniiiiipoliH gets out 100,000 fwt of limim-r every day jUHt now, Hears urn plenty in the woods near Vanceliiirg, Kentucky, and many have lieen killed recently. The negroes of Fayette, Kentucky, luivo organized for' emigration to Juuikiis. All persons weary of life had better go to MavKville, 'Ky., whero nitro glycerine works are to be established. Hunt ami red paint aro tho most fiisliionable cosmetics iu Alaska, and eoiil "il is the favorito pmfuuio. luring Hie past eighteen years fifty li.nr boats have blown up on tho West er...

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. — 28 March 1872

OUR VOL XI. WINCHESTER, TENN., MARCH 28, 1872. NO. 15. THE HOME NAL. rui: oit; i-in,(twi;it. nv iii.n'r.r. WKX.KI.I ikii.mks. :Vuli't of in ' Sunday frior:iK 'J'lio I1 ilientUiKiin Ij I i v u r heiid: j hh IT k u r' mnli u i in.', (I'mi-'ivu we, lluitvou. in V WiniilnrinB eyes!) , nioinent 1 1 ' J t , lho iiexl hull mien, ir. hem! iihnvi! t ho H'linly Hurrrn, Mill meiiMiriiiL.' ii ii I Iliu deep tii lit ii ins 'i hroiii-'ii iUiivoiiiiu by 11.11s an J punting psal ins. Xn pr'e.-t tlmt. prays in nildcil st.,,o. do civ') a I'K'li iii'iii'd tiinrt.iin.'ed buul; jSuM-tt'r. fresh t"i .jiii Imly vows, so humid:.' liiii', mi incckl) Imiwh; i IS I.tll-'e 1 !"'i!llll't! (lilt til shiuno ' . I" y 1 1 i 1 yi.'lllllll'I'thlK dame, Whose t'll't'T llotillet InW llescellltll Willi all iliu lo'uee devnliou lun il.-i. II hrulher wi ll die snjiidf .xi!iic, J low iniu'li wi) nv ii I hose hows ill' thine ! t iiliiiiit Ihii'ii :n in to lead the hreezs, IhilV V.llll tlm til lii'l u II til o Key I '1'luuml...

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. — 28 March 1872

II t A'MlJrj .V5tt!'.mWT.'.ia' 13AWM.. .'.l V.I.. l -T.M.-lK,rUl W..l.afJ.k7v.MU M Pen .N,U ('ullinc ttWnWWty WJWIUM1MMMMI1 HE HOMC jl0UI-NAL, .1. .1. I Wit It n'l'. u.l l'i.nl. I'.r. Our Next (itvrriior. 'I he : i v--y . : i j . -is arc already discuss I ti r ij'n i :i : Who 1 : i It bo till.' Mii:ce-s.ir of t :iicllliil)flit--(i )V. J ;n i. ( . Hi , i Mi. Sum.' ui' them ai'ivot itc 1 i . el;. iii, s of (ioV. I'.l'oWII Id II second !. i :i. I if t!:n I )cni"ern1 if p'i-ty !i.i!.', u:.n-Mu'. liim. Hit- ! Ionic Join vii! !,o; l.i , nam.! Willi pleasure. 1 1 . r l.i. he i en Uuiily liilc I the, i--ii i t i with cu'iiil to himself and falistm'tioii, I'l'IMlil lue, l!li'f,il.;ii llu eimillUS Of your in'.ii!'i s'Jn.r paper, lo Mibir,ii u IY-m ideas Id tin! considcrn'iioii of the far men ol L'Vankliii county upon tin: sub ject Ol llll! Cllltlll'O of iliu pea nut. The Slate of Ti.Xiis ! (.'nils about one million bud. eh of jica nuts to iii ii i-kft Tlu- Next (.nvcTiini-. Ki'iianr: A!uiv:.:...

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. — 28 March 1872

:.., .-. .. j; The HoyviE jl OUPNAL, TrRSDAY, MAI.'JM 28, 1S72 Terms : 2 per aiiuiim. Kates of Advertising. (lu,rtifi'nn'iitK Inserted nt ?1 i"0 jmi ...,,'cirr of It'll lilies (bl'ovicrsizi!) llrst ill- .,11 f.ni. mill 73 cents lor each subsei ipiont ln-ci'iifii' II in. (i hi. 1 yr. 7 .Ml l'2 (III l..no 10 (HI: 15 III)1 'ill III) i.". (hi -m mi: u; mi si on :iu mi in mi in no i;n iiir so on on mi: do on ): (i!) I square.. .i iitiiii't.'H. I eel III" I clll'lllll fioluwn.. "Kg" Advertisements liu' less tlinii thro nioi'i tl ta will lit' charged nt ti'iuisii'iit. rate- New Advertisements. Messrs J. F. Syler itml John Simmons liave (tinned a law copartnership and pub lish their fiii'd. We wish them thu (success thoy merit. Judge liulit. MoFarlanu's announce im.it in il candidate fur tliti vacancy on the! Supreme lfeuch ill lie round uider thu head o1' Announcements. 'flicre Is quite a dein .nil tor good cedar jiiiitsmi'l inlellijient friend. ,lolin W. lionet', tells the puhlia when.' 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. — 28 March 1872

A Continent Covered Willi Ice. Prof. AffdSHiz oomoH to tlio conclu hion tlmt tlm noiitineiit of North Araer iiiii wuH onco covcri'd with ice rt inilo in tliicknimit, tlu'why uL'reemir with l'rof. Jlii'kcoi'k mill other eminent geologi cal writt'M coiiei.'rning the. gluciul iienoil. In tu'uiif of this oiuii'Iuhioii, lie hhvh Unit tin! Ktoiicrt of tho AUegln ny range of mouiTtiiins arc glacier-worn to tlio very top, except a few points which were nliove the level of the ico inas.s. Mount Washington, for in htance, ih over mx thoUNiiml feet lij.rli anil the rough, unpolibheil HiirfuL.u ot its milinml, covered with loose incuts, just below the level of wliii glacier marks como to an eml, tells that it lifteil its head ulone uliove the ilcso late waste of ice ftlul hiiow. In this region, then, the thickness of the ice cannot have hccii much less than six thousand feet, iiu.l this is in keeping with the Hainekilul of evidence in other parts of the country; for when the mountains are much ...

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. — 4 April 1872

;,,t-.'. rin NAL. st :1 VOL. 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., APRIL 4, 187a. NO. 7. "WT'JI' ' . .... . , , , 1 " iOTTR U'.'i;; ju,i,.i visual a ni:ritKsiM. iwl'l'i lini" I'loin Hi i Nmilhrrii JVff,-. .1, ,. , Pic nirn'iit in-n I li --pruudiii i; i-l nii-iit f , ,. wi'ilinu- liuoi'm f IVa . cmmi Willi ! .,, ,.r:i.' anil i'"''l fi'"'" " m -MiluT nr I'lu w ,vcrrl;i'l I" '"'H1'1 1110 u-WMi.l'iil licLiyi! War: TUB UiMl'UI. Of I.AIIilll. ( ll'A-i.' the 8 uth sunn to lur Chihtmi.) Ilitvi' mwmt'iMil frnm iy fiirchi'ii! lu it.Klu;s 'I'isiiU'i'! 'J'luiiili lli-nvi-u ilii'ivfiir! would hi'li- n av Willi '.':ir'iiciili hi' nlniim '1 llC r.Jl lvLDIll UM'i Ui-lK" 111 War. Not word i.flhe IW- 11 lnl" rM'f I. . ,1 u-i. In it. hi-nir V IMllI L'ltl ill) : Vi i.t in' iir'i' )' iiniuiiiy tttisr'h r-iwi' u. sli.iil i" i-1 1 1 "in uiir ii' ii ul ii ioiiiu Hut I hi' l-.f.'Mlv ii't'l Ik'Im r iinil.iimk'il, Mill "li'.ull I i'iiI xu'i'ii ii" "'i l"'l Ilv Hi" luiiii'l ii 'I -i-kunu i.npl.inii-il, II)' tlin licip" WL' 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. — 4 April 1872

';) it '1: 1 fui jJoUFyNAL. OME II. t. M l i mi. Hliur ! lrolruir. dudc I)nvii, the labor ret'nrii) can Midlife for rrcideiit, woi-hs 2.'di H". Wc hope tlio p.alfumi has been care 1 ni; y tMiisirueled, adds the 15nsl.ii Ti'iit'S. If Grant is handicapped wit! nil tl.,, i.h.l.1 l.tj III) llMS t'lUell. it Wllll'i. be silimit mi e i) race. Hen. Wt.'i Trousdale died Um other lnv at. Iiis home in flallatin. He was n brave k ddier. ami a prominent man unco iti Tim ncs-ee politics. In 1 -S 4 '. ,c I'cut Neil S. Hi-own fur tlie GV i'iiiinslil). In 1Su7 In; was n sr:ii :i : candidate Ur Governor and wusdc feuted t.v Win. li. Campbell. A liiii is now lieluii' Coiuress pre viiliu;' fur Uic paMnont ofthctaxef paid on ,:;.. during the venrv 1SU5- 1 r . . 6-7. No other raw aei'icnlturnl pro duct was ever taxed S'i in this country The hill m:.les provision for the tip point in c-nt of a commissioner who shall j decide upon the claims lor the return of taxes Imui:a!o; t.r 1 'unmus Vi'hi.ii'd.i ' 0 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. — 4 April 1872

i- -""v-' v ,- , tt --,N.'- ""1 . . ..... jfJ, ' I. i JHE JlqE'jl0UINA!L. 5t"7fek wo will publish Appropriu- the County I'oiirt, also Murrln"0 unil Hi nl Estate Transfers. JJCClll' j ...0 want to keep posted as to your lyVdolnjIS. t;i' e t,l! 'I'""" J'"'!'""! aiJdo not loan It- -I'"" voiir copy lo rofon'"" We rcjrret t0 ,ll"t 0,,1! r Mr' T""" C- children lately bitten ly u rnad-iKiy: luivii) con vn1lon. The mad-stone did ot orUMMirc. Ve fclili "r t'''"dcrs w111 ,m I1''-''1""' ..i. 1 1... mid ross of Dr.Shupard. Ho rcas- with drain-drinkers, and convlncis tin , without wounding the Inclination. Bargain In Ki-ul Instate. ny one wlshinjr to purchase a vacant i,.i nr house and lot. can gel a jiooii nar Mill from niu liy paylujrone-thlril Incasli. the balance In j-ix and twelve, or twelve the and el lltel'll IllOllths. W. J. SI.ATTEK. Xh rc seems to lie a mania for madness anion the dogs in ( midst. We linve jiciird of two more being shot-one bc Innglnff to Mr. Tetnplcton. the other to r...

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