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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 13 March 1873

T 3 -51 cW 8 it'" i w m mm Homo Journal. . J.HUT1KH. tJllor.J I'rojrt.Lr. . "So, lllCIC Up! V-w momc-chs of an hour's growth nsiles' Asiuvorolgns nwurtlieil In purple, nnd en throned From birth to manhood ." vTlie enulltry U the tl'Mil. which thriets fitrtli lltr bet ami bravest from bel li tor th'' wdm of tren(ins. Tyranny Lick tlmii (leer None relx-M except subjects? The prince who NoKloctsor violates Ids trust Is more A urljpual ih'an the robeer-chief." rro'd.Ieiit. n i-nt rl (Irani lius boon i-i!t',i!!clriili more tliau customary yz'xrfi at-our mlcr for four yew nnr-. r !irirl of nil goo 1 men in ii-.l 1 '1 )' Miil"iicy akin t'J agony mIicm the v road Irjiv cii',liiisi:ir.li(i the , ui.mi !,. ......... r. , , i , , , i,.,i 1 lll lll1" .11 ill . ''I ,1 I I I'll C.I' I .,IIIV.V.l H s'llerviency and :i Iush df it i 1 ,1 i c:i 1 1 spiril which never entered into tli': fears nl tin great founders of our govern ll'l'.lt. V III) WOllld liaVC thought, ill till! il.iytof AV'a"h intrjii, ...

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. — 13 March 1873

, ' "- ""- ' ' ' . 1 fj Ufa. T. II. J ftiufjffi : ,1 ". Wl DECHERD, TEKlft f V WHDNKSDAY, MARCH 12, IS73. Terms : $2 per annum.- Ilici.iaioi.'H. 1'iCiirlilrif? every 2d Lord's Uiiy, nt Decherd, l,y R,.v. J. M. F. Smith, son. of the Christian Church. KitHA n:.M. Thu outside of this issue is hitcd theCth. It should be the 13th. N'.W ADVEUTI8K.MKNTS. U JOll Wailt music, musical Instruments of any kind, tie., cull on or send to MeClure's Temple of .Mils, Nashville. You will lind our David S. Curie there, and you will he treated right. Sec advertisement. W. D. Chick, Esq., advertises himself as agent fur u Family Bible. We huvc. cx mniiicd the specimen, and have no hesi tancy in recommending It to be all that he says. In fact, it in the linost ami most complete publication of Holy Writ we liavc'ever seen. Miss liohan & Floersh, of Nashville, 1 aye made a typographical change in their ad vertisement. We have dealt with this millinery house, and been pleased. While order house of like ...

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. — 13 March 1873

l! . J, V- Pa JS 'hi .J i i J i 1 THE OH03T OF BUCKLIN'8 MILL. T EUOINg I. UALL. Illmilratoil by 0. J, HopVlna.) lay, atranger where are yer tmvcillu' u. Ait' what la ynr bliutaa, hey ? K you'll Jon! h"M ou, I'll rulo with you, If you gulu' Jowu uiy way, 11 Mid old Rriiy Uoaa yer clrlvln' ymirut Uuv yer bin lu theau parla urn-T i you tlm ftllur Unit Hiram IJruno Hue uver to Cumalock'a atom? NuT Wei, tlint'a curia, Now linw iM It come That ynr happi'tied llila wiiy In alinrf liuv yf-p atinyuil away from hum to-lay, Or got relatione Intro? Ho ynr don't kilnw luitliln' nliout Duma rrta That'a qm-nr i'IkiiikIi lo bill. Hain't yi r iifv-r linnnl o1 Mime Cole An' the ghoht o' lliii:lillu'a .Mill? ttwre Oole, that'a inf., yer know, , I've allua lived rlln lu-ru ; Uitd'a been a llvlu' on hit old farm A (tulii' on tlfty y.-ur. The. fact In mraiiRiT, the t'otlwr ulht I wua ovr In (ionium dale With a lot i.i the feller, a loallu round. Till it K"t lo bo kind o'lule. An' when ! I'Urled tu trave...

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. — 20 March 1873

i JOURNAL. i i mi .TIB u ;n .tfMi'j i . .0 r--t-r ; ; WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH p, 1873. NUMBER News of the Week, i' uiirlit. The limbs of all the bodies wore eon IIIIVIUU "HI! I'lWIl, 4 "V HiiBinoo nuiu unuuu i nil ihiv in conveying the romains tliscoveroil to 'hw etlr.en eut by bin parlor nr : I ' ' .!. Tl. ,.l,.l ,.,l,r lllu Wild WIH 111" IllKilt, bill III' llilcd tl le Foster reprieve in understood to be ' ' ... , . L . . . . . I fiiniiil mi In tlm ni-Atimit nnirt m-fl HO anil if IS I tbu lUS po-ymmir ma? commit will. I ' im M I,,,,,, ' ft, , , ,,, Wl bo,. 'IW .e,.A,ua,.. I ' Tlm,.n,nnanvnfnrnl,atlieoUHiStUclor A,m ' .11M ...... 1 . ..1 II.,. ....I , j -- finp iikiuim nun mini, mu rwuivuvv commuted to huiu'isoiimotit for life at v . . I, ... o:.... o!.. mm mid ono of tlioHe latter survives. Tlio uov- abor, 111 Biuif Xing. Tlio news was re- ,' . . ,. . . ,. "at the Tombs, and when made known c,""'" w111 ",t"u' PB against the ' ...,Ul..i. i.t IIia f u'tm ilul lint imv...

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. — 20 March 1873

IWWU-lilllllliililii "H-;r. ll c ' . I' J- ii Wi fllf ' l J.V' i ... I- '!',:"' ! THE GHOST 01 nUuatratoi 3 oi . JltLlTflH I'llloi l'r. t t or . 1 iv I. II.. l, Y11IT HIT- The. Sow York Times says Unit me .-nee ... - - "" " .... i .. i.-vnntii.Q in sneak out niiHiuill' on l'riiiilcnt in ins Ui!iu?nrai-KjM-nn . ' , ,, , 1A,';.,lu much feeling oi the calumny to -Hid. U misdeeds o. t.,c eu - triUIOII, AH. lorCXtlllipic, in uii; iv. .w" in" extract from an article on .WuhM1t(Jrautlm1.wrilU..a k-Url Mar.-yl.. Ills Motlic-lu-M.vv. lay, utranatr win- Au' wliat U ynr rf Vynu'll Jont hold If you gulu' a II ho aid Rray li) Uuv yer bin in1 Uu yon the feller ties over to Coi NnJ Wl, lhat'8 That yr huppi! H'iv yer Htiftymi . Or got ri'lulioui Bo yiT dou't kiln? That' queer in Hain't yer w-vir Ait' the fjhoht o iKmoi Coin, tlnl'l I've tillnn livi d l IMil'i, bui'ti a llvm A (loin' ou nri) Thii fact in Htrani I wan ovc' tu ( Willi a lot ,( Hid Till it ot to bi Au' when 1 i-turti 'Twiih inili-y da ...

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. — 20 March 1873

1. til Kin WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1873. -- : TermH! $2 por an num. JiEMOioi'B. Preaching every 2d Lord's Iny, at Dechord, by Hev. J. M. 1 Smllli con, of tlio Christian Church. Our citizens have commenced jjardehlnj In earnest, and the weather Is kindly sec onding thoir efforts. Hiuset, Early lio.se unit oilier Potatoes. a1; It. C. 11 ANDLY'S. MiiiRir.i), on thu 12Ui Instant, liy Hev. M. II. lione, at. the resilience of thu bride's pawnl, Mr. V. L. Thompson to MNsS. A. Power, daughter of liev. X. T. Power TI ofthis county. There Is nothing that adds to the ap petti'tinec of a towiniore than shade trees and Hhrnhhery tastefully arranged, and we lire glad to observe that some of our citi zens arc giving ntlcntion to tli Ip mutter. engage In the nnhnllnvvcd work of toma hawlug Ills own grandmother. And thl Is wluii uv ihouglit as we heard the conclusion of a finllar entertHlninent uy the Name parlle, one night last week in Winchester. The elderly lady Insisted that wo should " turn out" a...

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. — 20 March 1873

'. v " """ ' -'V Jj. TEEOHOS . - -" " ,1 .1. t IV El mens Ml tiT"' ti m l. UTILE JEERY, THE MiLUIt. ai jolts i. Bmth Dm lull you rimy i-'-e 'I' i"1'1 Of Wl!nH vwi-l Mid rn.i.l...i Tlio wlnul ik ,1-ii..l:i ai.-l !'""! n.it J-rr;-, lh i-.l i-r, i. ''l I"""- Yeai off y-ar,Mrtj awl Alii;.' III Hli'ini'it' Mil nl ' ' i"'' r, , u ii-.i:-'i i lu; :',1 ,' ;.! And n.nl l""1 will''' I'"'' "" ' ' '" ,illV J.-rrv!" 'Iwa nil '"" ' ' -, n,i , In. i! Mill. v.. ;i .!. 1 ". ' I'M ::' '' r v'r 1 '' " ts " i 'i'" .i.i i, . i-Mi 'y And " !."!' .1. ri y, . . f it-! ii.y "!.' An.l "I. 'I J.itv" wr- .li, I I" l'r i,. i. :i 1" Id i", 1 " " '' 11 ' IVa . "I. i. !. ny" ' ' ' " "" Ah '. 111 I il, i. HI ." 'I ' '" " I' I" .1 r: V V. .. '. i'l I i'l V 1 1 I , I.' 'I , I All. I l.a v,.n lilll.i V.I, ' ' V.-tl 1,1 a' ll. i -1 ' I '" : ''' ,1. rry ii.u'li . a in ae: ' ' '' - '. I've -, . ii u k;i,'I. hi il .'I' ' " . An li." . ll ' i', I '""I a :-- 1 An. I II, '-ll 'I1' " Til.' I, n il I,. tn, I 1,1 IV- i III ilu1...

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. — 27 March 1873

RNAL. ''t'trtl. 1 ' ' itft! -I WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1873. NUMBER 4. VOLUME XII. TOT News of the Week. OCT. WEST. The wli Ve matter t treuting with the : HodocB is in .:io bands of Oeu. Canby. The ! peace conimtaaion in a failure. Everything Indicates war. It u thought that Jack bad mauenvored ! set into the country east of the eat of war, whore for hundred of miles do cavalry could follow, aud if he escapes to the Pitt river country he will find plonty of cattle. 'The latest advicoa from Yerka report that Oillem has ordored ai advance to attack the ; Indians. The soldiers are already in the lava beds following; Captain Jack. A. J. Kiynolds, suorifl" of Athens county, .Ohio, is reported a defaultor in Qve or seveu . thousand do'lir.i. The money in supposed to have been ;ned in paying bis election ex penses. The IlliiMle House of Representatives , has adopted, by a vote of 103 to 4, a Misolu- tion severely censuring those Illinois Con r groasmen who voted to incr...

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. — 27 March 1873

i l are hie k il fd r IVEi R mm tepl' 'it re TI : & . - r 3," J1 :: 2 turns t!ijmiii)S ' ? 1 ' Bf nrni , i t , m io Journal. , I. LiTTm, MIMr u rWUr. e Boldness ot Villainy. mln F. P.nUei', better known aa Butler, or ''SpoDn" Duller, CYTl LIKE JJUVIVI, Ul IJ1JJII 4-.HWJl, ' ount of Ilia benstlv treatment of ii am iinVHLlT " ., .,X)i)le of New Orleans during the tro durk, (,n,l Mo ovf ronnlinat'ir tnttii1itv I l"u. wlio J 1 1 vjicd vry yivcr ol nil description, hub nr- Ann r.ff my wAiitM. I 1 1 ' f'iliiiu uu tttj himself nguiriat the newspapers. IflM jviuiy'wIiJ l'eec'' nm,,i m Congress liitu 1 Jlbo Klu I r ... iv who ca to uio press lor n:s position f KUitru me. ii - ln,i,i !,... . power, nud men went on io argue, 'Lvtulh,;!;;tsntially, Hint the press should bo frit un ur' ,Pa,,,(l TcAuaiw A ii. I Itin'i mm ril IJ1IU. tat.tJ'B"11'"' " " "-" ' ""' "aose connection willi the Credit .Mo- Liui to lie about us !M&er .flair sho IU lio wb i ya HlokimitiK jtn iwmtijr I n mr,owi: :u1...

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. — 27 March 1873

f tho per- ;er I, the nkl-'" , -jrrti n tl rill f Tld im'f- n Home Joira WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1873. Terms i $2 par unnuni. Bblioiods. Preaching every 2d Lord'i Day, t Declierd, by Rev. J. M. F. Smith. on, of the Chrlstlan.t'hurch. tinccrr Coujit. Thin court met on the 2-th lust.. Hon. A. S. Marks presiding by mcercnange witb Hon. W. P, Hlckerson Up to the time of Mn? to press nocascs or much importance have been disposed of Our thanks nro tendrwVMr."E.ra Wil liams, of Rochester, ttew' York, for a col lection of Flower Secds.'coiiiprising Aster. Tlalsam, blanthus. Petunia, Portulucaand Ten Weeks' Stock. T'ls Is a nleo eollec tlou, mid sent by iniiil for fifty cent?. I kbsonal. Mr. Andy Woods, who lias been living in Arkansas fer a year or more, Is now with his relatives mid friends In franklin county. He Is accompanied by a fair bride whom he wooed "and won beyond the Father of Rivers. James J. Pryor. of Chattanooga, was on our streets a few days since. It U report ed that he contemp...

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. — 27 March 1873

IMPLOEAPACB. eTf B1TABD TiTLOB, Ita olpqdj tbt itonp from yonder Hky DIcr)s.'do tlji'lr burdent and are free ; The tlrratut that take them batten by, To oneVrellef lu lake or aea. The wlldeat wind In vale afar Sleeps, pillowed on Ita ruffled 'wings; And nong, through many a st'.nuy bar, Bests Into alleuoe oo ill t Minus I And Love o'creomos hii yomie; mirest, And Drat amlituou'a flight la o'r ; And Doubt la cradled on ths breast Of rorfect faith, and apeak no mora. Out dreams and pensions ceaao to dare, And homely patience leana her part,; Tel at 111 aoino keen, pursuing caro forbids oouteut to brain and hvsrt. Tie gift unreached, lxynnd the hand ; If he fault In all nMioeiity won; llio mildew of the hoarveat land, I ma a Dot upon t no rlBon aim nd atlll some rhoaiter aurvlce claims The will that Icups to loftier rail ; ome cloud lit east on splendid alms, On power achieved tome common thrall. I'D upon rach beckoning victory. A iiioiiHand pigmy limine are uirusi ; And, round each he...

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. — 3 April 1873

THE HOME VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1873. NUMBER 5. News of the Week.' DOWN EAS'l. - Philadelphia In the cane of Ditviil Heull iiuaiiwt the Koimingtoii Bank, (or the rooovory of i(30,0l)0 in Government IjoikIh, atiilcn from u box deposited for safo koo)iing, when tlio bank wuh robbed in 1H71, the Jury after being out two days, returned a vordiet for tlio plain tiff. Tlio cane of Phillips, JJOilgo It Co. lias beun linally nettled on the payment of $27'2,000 to the Government by the Ann. OUTWEfST. Lieut. Fred Giant has been assigned to duty on Oeu. Hlioridau's Htaff, at Cliicago. -St. Louis The Htrika on the St. Louis, Kansas City anil Nurtlior Ityilroad is practically en-led. Tho CompaiiJLiiias over nfty now engineers, and the freight trains have remunod riinuiiii;. Alxmt forty strikers, and those en- gaged in obstructing the road, lUstreying property and intorfoi ing with trains, are now in jail at different points, and will be prosecu ted to tlio utmost e...

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. — 3 April 1873

1 ' ""! t s Homo Joirexiai it. i.umrKi taur.d rrupruiiir. Wc viol I a portion of our Mpaco thU wee!;' to n well written nr tide ii;oii I'Yatikii.i county nml her ro Jvihoiiicch. Tin; nil lior, I)r. J no. J. W l'a.y ii , in it 111:111 of line education, and lias done a sci vice in this m:Uter that v oill.l t. put In lilusli the l.cg'.ecl ui' nth'.'i' tiiK'iiti'.l men in onp county who net- mutt-lit I ) let the light ot'oui' re , court'. ' i remain hidden, tin il were 1111 ilei' a l.inhel, Thn Ductm' tiny n ' have spol.oii of ul! our u Ivan'-ages, hut tilt! 111. Illll! lull,). l'c.,1 Willi lIlOM! Willi failed to -i'S;orul toiii-i i''i'ii'-t Cor tis si-ilnnce. It vil! lit; i-nuclii h',1 im-xI week. The 111: imagers 01 Hp' Nashv ill I u .1 uh- trial Kxposition i 1 1 1 ! I i to receive (j'lO'N in a In1 ready . . ! " r.i 1 icuia alto'iti in h.Ti been i.uid to the ... ... , , mm .. . . ..ii ' .mi! oris iiep'.uimeui. i lie .ill j.;... n I haa I'uiir Hi(ju-;aii.l fuel of Hiiil'aee for ihe rx...

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. — 3 April 1873

4 Home Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1373. Terms t 2 per annum. Random. Preaching every 2J Lord's Day, lit Dechcrtl, by Rev. J. M. F. Smith ton, of the Christian Church. - - - . - - - .! There are a number of ragged places in the pavement around our square, und we should think that the municipal law upon tuo tsuliject ought to be en- lorcotl The Home, of Now York, The -Ulna, of Hartford, The State, of Nashville. These are tlio best of lire insurance companies. Call on V. J. Slatlcr. if you want a policy in any one o: moro or them. They offer reliable indem nity. Bl Mr. J. C. Garner, or tha firm of W. W. Garner it Co.', has lately returned from Nashville, where he laid in i heavy wipply of Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, seeds of all kinds, and a general variety, in fact, of mcr cli'inilisc, These articles have been received, and Messrs. Garner fc Co. say hoy want lo sell them cheap for cash. Go and see them. Signs It is well enough fur mer chants, lawyers, mechanics, ami the v...

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. — 3 April 1873

DAVID'S CHILD. HI! W'lAJI t. til farn of a great sorrow ltko to death Jinw do wo wrestle. iilli and .lay Willi tears; Ilnw iln we fiwt mnl pray; how miiiill appears 'J'h milviik' worll, wluli', liauKiuii im ionic linatli Of fniKilc hope, I lie rlioiuto-r wheio wo Iln llll'lUill'H nil Hi'iirnl Pint If lllllll'll lit last 'Jin; ItWm-H falls; or by IniTiKlilllly T'oi.il led, we ii'-ver having one tbouibt cast 'lowai'.ls years ubtro "the ootid" was nut lee It .lie, And with it all our fiituro, ull our pin.!, Vo Just look rmii'l ns with a dnll surprise; I'ur lesser pans ive bail (Hied earth wlib rrles (II wild aud aiiKi-y riff tliat would In. heard; 1 1 nt when tbi) heart is broken not a word, Euins of a Great City in Aiizona. Col. lloliorts led lmrty of wlvun tiircrfl, minors nml explore, limt hou Hon, in the ill ncrt and iinexiilored re tions of liortlieiiHtern Arizona, wmtli erinterii TJtuli, and BrmtliwiHtrtrn Colora do, ForinileH oh mih.-H, fnrtlier than the eye can reach, harren wa...

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. — 10 April 1873

THE ' . VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1873. NUMBER 6. HOME News of the Week, DOWN EAST. New York Antoaio Zambrana, a dlutln guinuel Cuban patriot, whu has arrived lu tliin city, report the insurgents of that inland an p baring an abundance of arms, aud in good npiritK. They are making Htoady progress in ' the Eautom department, and will very noon compel the Spaniards to wholly withdraw therefrom. New York Rev. Din. Colyer and Duryea, of Brooklyn, have gone to Albany in behalf of a recent meeting of citizom lu that city, to protost agaiiiHt the sale of lager boor on Sun day. New York Tuore in considerable stir at the poat-oflicu over the oxpectert withdrawal by tho raibuad companies of poittal cam from the service on the fli'Htof April, It is thought the force of ulerkH will I o uttorly unable to attend to the groat flood of mail matter which, in that event, will pour in, aud it in estimated that four daya will be required fortho dclivory of letters which now...

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 April 1873

8 m 71 to' t - -v . Ira f 'X fl.. WW mM', 8fi; J I Home Journal . 4 . HI. tTTI:H. Kltltirnl rrnirli lr.r. I'Miry. The .Ww York Legislature Ims voted down it.', usury bid a ! : iv lis'in ; niyli o.civentional inter,,, ,', whereupon the Nl'W Oi lcans Tillies : "This is progress, fur tho. ro called iisurv laws the remain Splodod l.urliarisin. Thov are vet eon ' 1 !.. oi'ili i" that our population maybe, in creased, labor uucotnanod, and oppor tunities (ifi'ordcd for every man to have Koti.'olhing to do, co.Mltl'NICA'iTIf ) l;il Iiks v.y .. .i. IMV: tinned in tlii- statutes of imtnv nf the: Stales, for which wo knoiv nothing ro . , barrel: of o:i:ti.e.'. 'i'hoy tire a wonder I of civi!iz;.!ioii, and n tliKgrittP to po ! liticid f.eioiieo. It is riliculo:n for i legislation to vgn'Me. the, price of money; lo provnio mat men p ivo sum receive so much, unil tdud! give ami re ceive no mire. The grossurjs of mh'Ii i i , ',t.i-iot.'. on in apparent, for ft maim; right to control his money in ...

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 April 1873

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 0, 1873.- Terms: $2 per annum. Perhaps thoro is some sense in the suggestion wo Intend to make right here to our municipal authorities, to wit: Don't tax improvements of lots until two years or so from the date of said improvements. 10 pun mc mat- tor in plain style, we will suppose thai A buys a vacant lot within the corpor ate, limit of Winchester. Tlio lot, previous to his purchase, wns not worth much, and brought In only a few dollars of revenue. A goes to work puts a neat paling around it, plants shrubbery, flowers and trees, and in various ways renders it attractive and t,c beauty ami richness thereof, and price and I will have to pay more tax cs. Thero it is, and wo think our sug gestion deserves consideration, By (lis cor. raping these improvements, tliougl they may seem foolish to thosb who earo very littlo for "the beautiful," we eu', many nn honest laborer ofr from work that would mak his heart clad, and relieve his pressing needs. Sii-itixa Fashions. It ...

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 April 1873

BT. PAUL'S. Iiy JOAUJUIN UIU.K't. iru al-ovu a crowdM world a vwmh Of flolil. It khiwh lihct'iiiiiO furkoil iwJar In-o Vpnn a itcuk In t-lirmn.1 f alou mid iiionh ftladft bare Mild Immwd In fair uniluity. HtupcmlfjiiH ilt! Tin: Krlui YoHi-imtn IIah rent aj.arf liin ijr.iiiit wall, a ltd thrown Il riitfK'! fi'utit hi'lorc um, . , . Jli-n: I tut, 'J ho Htrxlua nf ;niit men In cryptic Htmic, And turn, ami dcHctiud wlicru nlc-p tlm Kr.at alone, 11. Tim nilRnty captain hitvu come liotnfl to rent ; Tint Itriivo rctiinn d to hlt cp amid I J- lirtivi-, Tim PH-nllncl that Mood with atcf-ly lin-awt Morn the tlwy lumt of J'ruiui', und uv The battle, cry thai rolled, ri'crdiuu warn (Mi wave, tlm fni-niuii HinK liack ami fur, In hure, Huwhtill! Vt t louder imw tin; iavc Than evr (rtiphit.K lfJy mil buHle-riir Ur blue and bitttlenJiukii i-mih of Trafalgar. Hi, '1 he verier atallm in utiir iriipurlanronVr The hollow, deep, and lrunw n-Hp(iiidlii(f ntonen ; Jfc MlfitulM with lift 'I Ktuft illirhld ...

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 April 1873

THE HOME 7 VOLUME III. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1S73. NUMBER 7. News of the Week, ' down i:a$t. : Tk Judgment reeord in the oh( of Ktokee hmi been filed. Tlie eopjing oooupied on min thirty-Are days. Treuton, N. J. The Governor baa aignad the monopoly railroad bill. Flag) are tiring ia houor of the release of New Jersey from railroad monopoly. Minn Carrie O. Bumhani argued before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in favor of female suffrage. Her vote was refused in October, 1871, aid she sued the eleetloa offi cer for damages, but Judge rharswood had deoided she had no cause of aotiou. Rtokea expresses himself confident that the efforts now making to saro him from the gallows will be successful. -Subscriptions to the Fhladelphia Gouten nial aggregate 2,8S7, 000, including tl.OOrv 000 voted by the State. ' . OUTWEST. It is reported that Canby is surrounding the Modoos, and will soon oblige them to sur render. Jack's force is fifty-three. Columbus Workmen engaged iu ...

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