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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 17 April 1873

Home Journal. W. J.SUmB, E4Hrl4 rr.frl.lof. Rhode Island has elected a K ulic-a 1 Governor and a Radical LegiHluLuro- The Connecticut election resulted in a democratic victory a Governor and Legislature. The Cuban iflsuryents recently shol 59 out of sixty captured Spaniards. The black flaj; floats with thnm. The labor qoostion Is agitating New York. Workingmen's conventions arc being held, urn) the eight hour iiystcm and advance of wiirh demanded. Nearly nil our State exchanges, tints fur received, warmly commend the ap pointment ol Col. .J oil i) M. Homing, as State Superintendent of Public In struction. At the recent fin: in Murfreesboro eight building on the Public Square were destroyed, and the total loss in estimated nt 820,000. Over half the lots is covered bv insurance. Several Indian tribes in the lar West are preparing for war against the United States, but Grant is too busy lighting the people of Louisiana, and the Constitution, to give the Indians ny notice. The Vieksliur...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 17 April 1873

Btt Homo Jonrnal. Died. At his residence, in Wrisliingtort county. Texus, March 20tli, 1873. El.lor II. M. Whitman, aged 08 years, 6 mouth and 20 days. , .' ; ' If our corporate authorities would only appoint a committee to name our streets and properly designate the same they would give a centre-shot to old fogy ism. All who want potato slips should read the advertisement of Douglas & Co.. Nashville, and send orders through their genu at Winchester Messrs. W. W. Gur ner & Co. And also, go to W. W. Garner A Co. to get good bargains In groceries. The most excellent and durable hinge for gates we have ever seen can bo pur chased from W. S.Embrcy Co. Wo have tried the patent, and know whereof we speak. Try it, and you will never be bothered with open gates the hinge closing the saaio itself. . ' Our liiftCounty Court appointed a com mittee to examine the jail and repair it. but not to exceed $250 in the way of ex penditure. We all know the jail needs re pairing, but it seems to...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 17 April 1873

Q)ifmK)i00ivutm ' wnjtsiMia.B V ,- " .' "" J '"a ' V U58ATIBPIBD. oh, knart of mine I you a wilful iking, And tronbl to me it beat; I hars taught yoa long, aud tutored full well, Uut till you are never t rut. What la It ran want, yon greedy (noma, That you muan Ilka a child la pain? If I orowaad you monarch of rolling spheres, i I bailer it would It In vain. : , ugh And on till tht morning gray: T have tolled In th anltry toplo' beat, Till tha oaes of the weary day 1 'My pan baa bronght you a measure of fania Heaped up to the vary briiu, A'naraa that shall II va when centuries roll Hack Into tha age illiu. I have gathered you wealth that Mlgl.l ttowsr a quaen ; f'fcev throned yon In regal stsle; For ymi 1 wrestled with many a foe, Conquering even fate. I hate knelt at your ahrine like tha variant sleye, .With trophice from every land ; tjems from tba sea, and gold from tha mine, Have neon scattered with lavish hand And honor unstained ok, heart of mine, What la It ynn aek for more? ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 24 April 1873

OME RNAL. VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1872L NUMBER 8. THE TOT News of the Week, DOWN EAST. The grand jury bare found four Indict ments against Wm. H. Merritt, assistant oash ier, and three agalnai Tames J. Peck, lata re ceiving teller of the Bull's Head Bank. The former are for forgery and embezzlement, and the latter for grand larceny and embez zlement. Both filed bonds for trial. The de falcation is said to be (310,000. Specie dealers art complaining of the United States Mint for delaying the issue of new silver eoios. The officials state that the new dies are not ready and they cannot Ibsuc coins from the old ones. The iusuranoe on Horace Oreeley's life, (100,000, has been collected. The policy Is the largest paid in the last deoade. OUTWEST. A special from Salt Lake City saya Brig bam Young speaks daily of abdicating. For some time preparations bare been made for a Mormon exodus southward. A large number leare in a few days, with Brigham Young at their...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 24 April 1873

- ' 'V r. ! 1 ; Journal. IT. J.M.lTll.K, Killliiruil I'roprltlur. It ha been decided by Postmaster Oneral Creswoll that Postmasters ore responsible for money sent in regis liTCil lettus. Urevet Major Gencr il IvlwarJ . Cuiihy, killed by Captain Junk, the Modoc chief, graduated from the rnili tary Academy at West Point in 1830, and ut the time, of his death wan the seventh in lineal rank of the eihl brigadier generals in the regular unny The permanent school fund, accord ing to the new school law. is to bo the 81, 500,000 declared by section 04 'J of the Code, to which is to bo added the accrued interest, making the entire per nmncnt school fund 82.512,500. The principal of said fund shall always re main unimpaired and entire, and the annual income of interest, paid semi iiniitiallr. at C uer cent, is to be de voted to public schools exclusively. There, is to be a poll tax of one dollar to be so devoted, and a tax of one mill mi the dollar of all taxable property for the same purpose...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 24 April 1873

Joiirnal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1873. Terms i $2 per annum. lUi-ioioue. Preaching every 2d Lord' Day. at Decherd, by Key. J. M. F. Smith on, of the Christian Church. The prospects for . a good wheat crop contiutio fair. , ! The weather the past week lias been cool and pleasant. Dti'p, In Nashville, on the 18th instant, SophlaS. Searcy, wife of Geo. E. l'urvls, of the Republican Banner. Mamukd, hi Marlon, Ala., on Thursday morning, Aprif 17th, Lee H. McKcc, of Selma, to Mhss Fannie Itruzulton. - We lire pained to learn that Judge 1'. Turncv U suffering from Inflammatory rheumatism at Jackson, lie has been con tintd to his room lor several days. One or two communications, nnd sever al items of a local nature are iiiinotlecddn this week's Hume Journal because the ed itor has been absent for several days. Head the advertisements off. E. Wln- stcad i.Co.,aml we think that when you vi.-it the Exposition In Nashville you will be certain to buy $5 worth of goods, and icta ticket free. The Tu...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 24 April 1873

r r i, r HAILBOADJKISHAPS. Her back was ill I uw of bar ; To sss bur ftos I trlKl Id vslu, Cntll Iih feJIow-pssneUKer Out up end loft tin train. I changed my seat and looksd agaiu ; Nu iMt a fsoe I never saw I Ad eye wltb depth uf ioul witlilu, A face without a flaw. Hut aa I gawd I taw a taar Boll down her oual-tlutad choek ; And eaatlriK off all thonnlitH of fear, I coiiraife found to apeak " Why are ynu weeping fairest maid, Hay, why should ho much beauty cry 7" " I id) not weep," Kim tartly said. " I've got a cluder lu my eye.' The Compensations of Poverty, Tu have jiiHt onougli, ami to know Hint it is onougli, and to bo thankful for it thifl if) the norrot which tlio Ooh pcl long ago proolaiiiiHil to mankind, lut which tlio wiwlora of tlii world rf jVcts with Boom. And to suppose that iv modest oompotnnod, hucIi an modurn timoH would nail nttor poverty, him no rnal ohurniH or vivid onjoyinontH of its Own, ia a profound niixtuke. It in full of joy, though of tlio mmpluHt and hwo...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 1 May 1873

THE HOME JOURNAL. CO- VOLUME III. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1S73. NUMBER 9. News of the Week. DOWN EAST. It is atated that the Eastern Railroad of Mains, has consented to pay Colonel Palmer, mail ageut, Injured by the Beabrouk dhuutor, t23,0O0. OUTWEST. An a freight train on the Missouri Paeifio railroad was panning the peuitentiary in Jeffer son City, Mo., two convicts broke from tbe guards and attempting to board it a guard fired at them with a double-barrel shot-gun. One of tbera dropped to the ground severely wounded. The other climbed to the top of one of, the cars, laid down aud died. Home two hundrod witnessed the aiTair, and became ..gieatly excited aud threatened to break, but the guards stood firm, aud the officers of the prison soon got the prisoners under control. The Chiefs and head men of the Kioivas, Coniauches and Apaches Indians having pe titioned the release of Bantauta and Big Tree, and having restored all stolen property, and by guarantee for , futu...

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 May 1873

MoBie Journal. IT. J.9L1TTI, EdlUrl PmpriaUr. The New York Sun moke early en tries for tlio Presidency in 1876. Its foicmost candidates are Chns. Francis Adams, of Massachusetts, and Win. S. Groesbcrk, of Ohio. The Governor him agreed upon and ordered tho bonds necessary for fund Ing. It will take about sixty days to prepare these bonds, and the funding therefore wi.l commence about the 1st of July. Two respectable young men were fouad guilty by lliu Criminal Court nt Muifrct bboro under an indie'.ment for disturbing public worship, and lined 620 ami costs each, amounting lo tiboul 875. Their otfensc was wliis peiing to young ladies in church. The Congressmen still halting be tweeu two oiiinions on the back subtly grab tan place the money where iUwill do the uiOHt good by pocketing il. This will publicly advertise them us persons t,o be passed over in selecting public oMleiuns in future. mm i III our next is-uu we will publish Borne resolutions introduced at tlie late Legislative Co...

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 May 1873

, in. i 'iiiuii rt!'Jiaajn'JBM' Dome Journal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1873. Terms i $2 per aunura. Sad Accident. On the afternoon of last Sunday Hester Liberty, daughter of Mrs. Josephine .Johnston, of our town, lost her life In a most distressing muuner, She had returned from church, and seemed to have a chill upon her. A fire was mad lu the ft rate, and the little girl snt down tow-arm. Anon her clothing euught fire, and In her fright she tore away trom lier mother (who sprang from a sick, bed to her relief,) and rushed Into the street, tthere the breeze only added flercciiosj to the flame? that enveloped her. A young man, riding by.Jumped from his horse and went to her rescue, but too late. The fiery element had done Its work, and the ud had hardly gone to His bed in tne oc cident before poor llttlo Hester Liberty Johnson wss a corpse, surrounded by school-mates and friends, and every heart there present was sad indeed, for the de ceased was as fulr and promising a child of eleven s...

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 May 1873

IXB9 A IFKIXOJBBOWL. BT 0. r. CaUjrcB. Wool. 70a tblnk lit Spring he com. Winter'! paid bis pseseve home; Packed bu lev-box, on half way To the Arctic pole, tbey My. But 1 know tlx old niflln till Hkalks about from bill to till, Wtiert hn freeiing fontstepe cling , Tbougu tu Spring. Heed not what tb poete ilng In their rhyme about tua SprliK; Hprlne oas our a potent tree, Robed lu bloMwnu and to green. Tuet, I tblnk, was long eiro; ) lbs burlrd lu the nuow, Deaf to all our caroling Pour old Hnrlngl Window rattling In the, nleht; Bbuttera that yuu luuM wire tllit Mlaninuiig Uek auaiust tue well; nhoata of bnrgers in the hall; 8 ring wind, ai d groaning tr; Chimney huMniig 111 the broexe; boleJul damp! in ev-rthtuif touch la Boring. Hunulne trying ban! awhile On the bare Lroau field, to .rail J Fri'leu ruL and siiry walks; Oray old cropa t lel yiar'e sta.k!; Nlilv.rlng bena and mi-ping com; Curdud .ap In learl. Uiti'bi, Nipped by winter'! icy altug ttucb la Hprlug. Tet the other day I...

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 May 1873

mnT? Ifli JLJJJ VOLUME III. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1S73. NUMBER 9. 171 1AT A T 1a News of the Week, DOWN CAST. A lottor from )oton says by the oponinK of the Muuuiao Tunnel, and the cotiHolirtutiou of the railroad interests, Boston hopes tu uhare iu the Wostem trade, which is to unilorgo rat and rapid development, lloeton expects to ho como a grain depot, through new railroads, harbor and dock improvements, and arrange ments for rapid tranHportatioii of goods. Four woHtoru connecting linen uro projocted, and connootiou with Oswego is proposou, to Hocure the lako trade. Chicago will be brought with in D2-1 DiiloH of BoHtnn, while it iH 1,01s miluH from Now York. Boston 'gets the sifting of the Western trade, but hopes noon to got the bulk of It, and to make producers seek the New England mart. The public printer Ih working bis force to its utmost capacity in order to finish all docu ments ordered by Congress in timo to have thorn franked .before the 30th of June. Ho ...

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 May 1873

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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 May 1873

VP 'J! x. ..a.iLiui.iL-,ini.uimaL-j)iJig Mono Journal WEDNESDAY, WAY 7, 1873. Terms: $2 per annum. Kkuoious. Preaching every 2d Lord's I)y, at Decherd, by TP-v. J. II. F. Smlth lon, of the Christian Church. Lost. A silver densert spoon, ponie where in Winchester, and engraved "W. L:.l;." Tin? Under will ho liberally re warded by leaving It at the Home Journal olllce. inuyU-H We m e glad to nee mora than iisuul at tention given to gardening this year, and wo opine the Home Journal will have to report many mammoth vegetables Jn due season. Our jien Is ready and our palate wailing. A correspondent of the Marshall (Tenn.) Gazette writes tht paper on tlio names of the counties of the State. C oming to our county of Franklin he says it was named after Uenjauiiu Franklin, the American printer, patriot, philosopher and slates man. Hurrah for our county, and may she never forget the printer. There is poetry In a garden. Ouryoui.g ladies will 11 nil that an hour's work, every morning, among f...

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 May 1873

J "I ) .. i 1 , i 8IEPEA8, tl JOKJUIS MIU-SS. Lls fnnnirnta of an uncompleted wnrlil, From icy bleak Alaska, white with)iray, To whera the peake of Darleu llecurli d In clouiia, tbe broki-n Iambi froru !-.) al) gray, The seamen Hearing; Sau fram-iuro bay, Forget the compass here ; with atunly baud They eelse the wheel, lonk lli, tln-n bravely luy The ablp to shore by snowy leak, tbat slu), Tbs itaru ami proud patrkian fallicre ol ihe Jan!. Thejr atand, white stairs of Bnvm-atand, a llue I Of climbing, endiesa aud eternal white. Th.y look uunuthe far and riitwbitJK lir.ru-, Upon tba boaudlesa plains, tbe broken h.gut ur jiamiaain a oaiiieuieuu. ineirgnt Of time la uuilerueathtlicir uustoj.,i,. lowers. They esemlo push aside the moon at nigut, j To Jostle and uulooat- the lar. Tha tt ai i Of Hi-seen tail about (hair bruwa m aii:!ii!ig sr.'j'' -sr.. They atand, a line of lifted snowy i. High held ebote a tatd and tun. ti ! s n A see of wood la wild iinmea.ur-'l u.i.i-. ; Wbtt pyramids ...

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 May 1873

111' iteQ i r VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1S73. NUMBER 10. HOME OU LJjj News of the Week. DOWN E 'AST. A special dispatch from Providence saya the mill operatives throughout Khoilo iHluud will Btrikd for 10 hourH' work by day or 60 per wstl;. Tlia niovoinont iH controlled liy the llhoila Inland branch of the New Jjnglaud Ten Hour Association, numbering nearly 80, 000 menibora. The time tablo adopted by the orjjcnization provides for commencing work at C::i0A. m.j allows i: minuton for dinner, and'stopping machinery at fi v. M., the flrtit five days of the week, and cloning work Satur days at 12:45 i'. M. The Atlantic National Dank, of New York city, is a loser of $600,000 embezzled by the Caaliier and " invosted " in Wall Htreet. The Caidiier is F. L. Taintor, ayod thirty, mar rieil, and father'living in Windsor, Ct. A Washington special Bays revenue from mauifacturod tobacco, in the ton months of lbs present fiscal year (ending Juno 30,) is onlv throe hundr...

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 May 1873

lye, Fit. 1 -t V I Hcrae Jour It is intimated lliat Representative I Honk,ol'Knnxvil!. will he tho Fund , in" candidate for (iuvcrnor iu 1874. Crcdi: Mobilier nnd back alary grabbing Congressmen should l.e up ncd doing. According; to the Mil'rr ttes the earth will be liurned Augiiol 24, at 7J p. m. It is proposed to pardon Captain Jack and nil interesting compatriots, if they w','1 emerge .rom their lava beds scalp nil the CorgrcBsmeii who voted for tU e back ba'ary g.'ab. Geu. Sherman, says there are not troops enough on the coutinen t to sor round the Modocs, Unit Atlanta, with a circuit of live miles could not be bui lonnded with l&O.OOO men, and that the curcuit of thirty miles round the Lava licds cannot bo accomplished. Sev( rul papers uiu discussing '.he death penalty as a punishment for murder. We would republish some ol the articles, but as "lioiii;iiij for murder is played out" in Tennessee by com mon consent of the average jury, the cpiest'iou id i d;:ail issue, and o...

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 May 1873

Homo Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1873. Terms : 'JLJ Bring; your Journal olik-e. $2 per anniiiu. Job Work to tlio Home Prices moderate. Blank Warrants and Executions for sale at the Home Jeurnul olllce. Oilier kinds of blanks printed to order. Dihd, In tills place, on Tuesday tvening, 13th inst., Mr. E'llsha Meredith, acd 81 years and four month. mmm The crops are growing finely. The re cent rains and pleasant weather nave ad vanced vegetation wonderfully. mm- If It Is true that "a cold winter is fol lowed by a healthy eunimer," the doctors and undertaker have a gloomy future. m mm- Winchester has been very quiet during the past week, not even a dog tight to re lieve the quiet monotony and humdrum order of things. Our information fi-o.ii every section of the country during the past week oidy confirms the report ot the wek previous in regard to the destruction of the fruit crops by the recent biting frost. Apples were not so seriously damaged as peaches. 'flio body of Mr. 1'ink Cole, ...

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 May 1873

"joins." I kaiw bud, h lived In inneav Which Jonee u a .".nty nf red bill end atone. And he lived pretty ninch by getting of liana, Aud hia aula, wer. nothing but akin and bone., And hia haa "fre aa dat aa hia coro-lirt-ad iine, And lit bad bout a tbouaand attn of laud. Tbla man and bi nam. It waa alio Jnae. li. oro tbat he'd Inn tnem old red lulta and atoue., 4..r he couldn't make nothin'bot yeUowlhott'ju, And little "f that, aud bit ft-ueea were rotten. And what little fir a ha bad, that - bougMeu. Aad tin couldn't jot a living (rum the lauJ. And thel.nger ha ewore tbi madilar be g-d, And be reae aud ht walked to the maiile l-.t, Aud ha liallowed to 'l,,m to crni- tli.-re and h:t-li, For to Imigrate aotnewhere wliere laud .aa ricli, And to intt raialng cek.l. rra, !htia and Kb, Aa waattng thair time ou barren land. 8n him and Tim they bit-bed uptlif- mulx, . rYoteatlng that f'llka were m:g!ity tug f--0!i That 'nd atay In Georgia tliir l:llin.. out, Jim acratrintff a living when al...

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. — 15 May 1873

Tennessee PRESS ASSOCIATION! The Meetluif at Lehaunu-HoxpUuble Kcoeptlou Npeeclien by K. 1. Heard, Kq., MaJ. Ulrliy, Mr. GriOllli, Col. UullHtlny und Others'. Lkiiano.v, May 7 To-day the mew biuof ihu Association convened in the city of Nashville, wheru they were met by K L. U. White, aeeroUry of the Associa tiuu, and Mayor Stratum, of Lebanon, for the purpose of being escorted to Lebanon, where the seuii-amiual session was to be held. At 4 p m., the party embarked on the Teiineusee and l'acllic road, and arV r a pleasaut inn of two hours reached their destination. While en route, each uiomuer was provided with the following cai.kndah: Oentleuien of the Press: The subjoined memo randa, concerning the approaching session ut' the Tennessee 1'rc.aa Association, uie submitted lor your tnt'ormHtion: Wkinkhoav,.My 7, u:ihi v. M Arrival at Lebanon. You will be conveyed from the depot to the oltlce of the Herald, where you will be as signed to dllleieut citizens lor entertainment during you...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
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