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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 22 May 1873

vmttHIW not: r 1 H VOLUME III. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1873. NUMBER 11. J OURNAL. News of the Week. DOWN EAST. The gouoral Una of tho Suproma Court baa given a deoiaoio denying tho motion of a now trial In tho cimo of Stokes. Tho prutmtor received the news of tho rofusul for a now trial with indifference, merely saying to liis fatlior, who was with him, "Thoy havo douied mo a now trial ; my case will now go to tho Court of Appeals." Ii&t month thoro was 3SG,!)11 dead lottors rocoivod at tho doad letter oflleo, of this lium 20,575 were hold for postage. The rioard of Indian Commisnionors, at Now York, havo unanimously adopted a de claration that nothing which has ocourrod should be allowed to chaugo tho poaco policy of tho President. Tho awards of contracts for Indian supplios havo boon mado on a most lihoral basis, and, it is claimed, with economy. outTvest. rarsons, Ks. Eight dead bodies, including one of a child eighteen months old, havo been found under the h...

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 May 1873

1 i"iptotionby Governor. ? .-'a No. 1 L V nh-ieJ on ti tx-i by t.. i ' : i Home J on: Tin: xi:w vo::i; iii:::ali Der.Tai Siles. TATT Or TEXXF.rX I i . T E ! ana noru ui -- .u. . ft . 0. t Tnnr . . i . a . . , tiiU. ! --.a I". ! '! kl.'ai T h, az-rrr: ;- O : Ti i .-.i cf - x: axi X- t T --"- T- f:t :r? tii r; cf c- ' : ' , , i .1 v'i.' -J A N, -f. . V-wV- - r v:J I I'.- : : V - " -- t.et-,- ;;Va0, UirnEIiEAS. IT HAS ZT.ZS toad. - . t-.ax " . -- . t .i: ' ' ' 14 " i1, 1 : " """.'. .v ..... - '- 1 -L l1. ;I I" ..VV . h! 9Jof T&. i-i;! ta-l airo-f. ionW on i. u: -.7 ritlt. I"-. -:zi.: . i t: :: linn'-ft:. I: ii. iUJ . .' z--t, i." i.- Eo;:-, " iVvVr' it j:.a u'.litrS Kt.; fr rrwa.tl or To HurJr0 nd hfty .' - ... .... " "" -' v.. ... . y ' -: ; : -.t J. 1 nd apjMbD'l lue Mid unknown si':.- - : - S-A ..;- i. . t A-;' i: " . t.T I, . i,: -irv, : : : "r. . r i k r ; - "' 'vVf Pe::r-. fr.Ui. n.i)ir tUm i tU hr,iror .' t . i . -.-..:t .; '... v. : i - -' t :t;..:j .'.-: T-.-4. n iUUs.' l:...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 22 May 1873

WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1873. Terms: $Ii per annum. , l'BitaoNAL. Mr. Felix C. Renf ami wife, formerly of tlilit place, tint now ol Kll.abcthtown, Illinois, are on avislt to their friends anil relative ' Mrs. Jennie Ay res, nee Hutching, from Columbus, Miss., but formerly ol Win chester, Is on n visit to her numerous rela tives and friends. Her sweet face Is just the same, almost, as it was In tiio days of our youth, when our hearts were In their spring, &c, Marmkd. At the residence of the brtoV on the 14th Inst., by Rev. J. C. Miles, Mr. S. P. Howling to Miss L. V. Enochs, both ot till county. Tho happy young pair deserve to have their happiness extended throughout tiio long life which any life insurance agent would say awaits them, and to tills end they have our most earnest wish. May Heaven bless them I T.ife is divided Into three tonus: that which was, which Is, and which will be. Let us learn from the past to prollt by the present, and from tho present to buy our groceries in th...

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 May 1873

i :M The Will of Kapoleom III- The Till of Ui law Ecfxror Xspo! oo HLt which sLows kU percjkl for tune: to be ahont W,Jf snbjci to claim which will red-ie it ODe-Lali, bow that, wttaterf r mat- bare l-a hit faults, that of peTAOIiAl ITJlHOf and in- diriilul morr?T-frettir.g wtu col rx'Cg them. WLn he bee-.ft Pruier.t of Fraoee, in 1M, he Lad a cowi-!erV. indiTidoal furtuxe. For fall twenty j years he exercUed alact abvolate j er and Lad an iiaaenae aalary a Ea-1 peror. uyii;a oraer or o.a m wui pm cp or put rows ti.-ca aa j public fund. Maty sarpovesl tat fce artileJ limm-lt cf lb il "--.T. aad was worth ttsty r.i'';- ' p'-- u xi--g . TL !-, we'.! fit ar of terliwr. B it it a; pars tLt tier is j l-i, r, with pr:?Lf.y i.-k-gwat diffftr is his favor wLt-a o-a-jwarl a diV.t?tt:h:s pared with our S. Oriiit, wLo ? cLir-rvristit? .f iLtr ( 1, m is also err poor at tL waitiet-ss-t ' f cur Le J::'.! j.r it'-Lt ey?, with f,"-' X '-- 1 war. Las cottrlreJ, cpon Li t-wa -ill:- j .t-t eit wi a. ...

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 May 1873

OXJBNA 3 J. VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1873. NUMBER 12. HOME . . - f L JQJlLi News of the Week, DOWN EAST. The soldiers who servod in tlie war agalust Moxioo propose to hold National Convention in Now York January 15th, 1871, to prepare a Joint momorial to CongrosB for pension for tho survivors of the Moxioan war, The Social Scionce Association at Boston aro niacuHsiriK higher education for women, Wondoll riiil'ipH, Prof. Afrassla, Jnlia Ward Howe and Mrs. Livoruoro participating. A man named Lawrence noticing oil in the water at the Jersey City docks, throw a lighted papor, when it caught and tho ilamoa spread' ing sot flro to two barges and also, to tlio dock wliero a large quantity of tar wan storod. Lawronco was arrostod, but it is beliovod he .cannot be punished. Boston Dr. Edward Janris read a papor fliefore tho Social Solenco Associat on to-day ion tho inlluonco of sex on orlme. Ho drow . from statistics tho doduction that while tho crimes of males w...

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 May 1873

-2 I J .M...KV."I.Ji'ttw. il ' i V1-, till "I I : fi li r. r ? ' -J. JV ! 5 i. 1 1 n rii mil Home Journal. ConimerciaJ saieide. It Ni'iT'.it 5xiir 1 .cf ti ri: in.pi, o.i -i - sii... a,a at ; i-vi.: iiiig sie r fra tn Delirqscit Tax Sales. State f Tenuee T Bobo Co-One tract land containing 1U acres, in cirii a strict No. 1 k bounded on the east by tbe Ur-dsotCvV. Miller; south by the lands ij norta oy iiif in - unut .unu. i iiei oi m it.'oct ic : ; fal rw i J a -i.rv -r, :r ;ra iwa i r . . . ; i;- . or i. o. i oe; oi - , .. 4 - rjij j r.-KTtrj.i' ' . ...1 jim.i3 ivuii V"" V'". l,f J J llimnsntrw. Valued at '..': UX- 0::5fKUnitK;y4e r" ' "" lW 'eau3:tr - :: :-. " t; - Tern,! ) - iae w.:a.4U); tim iatie U cf .ttrr lez-tf-l6"' 1 ' ''eti. ?.!... a- t--. a """r, lit t dto.it ai ti Kt?tt. ii r.-aaiUa. Lt rp:nl w Coort tb fcl-rfi;r;tt No 17. bound! br the Un! of I A- J. Ta -J, i5 i tafl: !J foa le:: rrt-.:.ra.ij .- W & ii:to'-t rr clUad aa4 ton k.. j-aua norli bjtli? landof Ibo. ,f,-.....

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 29 May 1873

!95 THE GREAT INT KRjNT ATIONAL CARAVAN. A Volcano of Attractions Superb, Grand, Magnificent, Huge ! WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1873. Terms s $2 per anuuiu. All kind of Job l'rlntlny, from a visit liiK caru to a mammoth poster, neatly ex ccutcd at fill ofllco, at reasonable prices, A mail nuraed Win. Knssol committed suicide within one mile of Stevenson, on the Nashville and Chattanooga Road Thursday, while laboring uiides a tempo rary aberration of mind produced from an uttuck of ccrobro-Bplnal-mcningitU two months previous. - - the students In our schools will bo released, and tfien there will be an exodus which will leuve Winchester more lonesome than ever. Hut what a splendid time it will be to grade and (travel our streets! . Pkubonal. We were glad to meet our young friend, John A. Lawlng, the other tJnv. lie hails from Athens, Ala., and is here at his home mainly to joe his mother who lias been quite lecblo In health lor some time. We are pleased to learn that alio Is better, and hope...

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 May 1873

SONlfETS AFTEBTHE ITALIAN. To one who a'ltrii kirn of a uracil, I Uka bar brown "null hind tlit sometimes strays. To And the place, through the mine book with mine, I like her feet and 0, her ayes are fine, And when I say fait!!, pcrh.ia aha stay With downward look, awhile, love-lingering Tlwi quick, aa aim would have that paiu anon orer. I Ilka tha mandolin on which, aha plays. I Ilka her Toloa liatler than auylhlng. Tel ! Ilka, too, tha ai'arf bet uenk doth cover; Aleo tba llttla ribbon In bar balr, I Ilka to aa her atapplug down a atalr, And wall I Ilk tha door aheciunaa through. But than you know I am that lady'a lover, Aud every naw day thare la aoiiiothlug uuw. Of hit love for a fatly. I know not If I lova bar overmuch But thla I know, wlmn unto her face Hho llfM her band, which rasta there allll t anaca, Thau alowly falla-'tls I who feel that tom b. And whan aba auifditn abakaa bnr hied Willi anch A look, I aoon bar secret meaning trace ; Ho whan alia mna I llilnk 'tla I who ...

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. — 5 June 1873

RNA nn WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1873. NUMBER 13. VOLUME XII. OME OU News of the Week. DOWN EAST. James A. Cee, a promising young broker at Boston, is charged with ''lrregslarities" involving eaOO.OOO. His method was to alter the figures of stock certinortes, raising certiBcates for one, two, aud three shares, to one hundred, two hundred, and throo hun dred, respectively. Of the sloops of war ordored built b.v the last Congress, one will be given to the Norfolk navy yard and one to that of Charleston. V he FroMOh Atlantic cable is again work ing. A groat struggle is said to be prevailing in Bhawoken, Tenn., for the possession over ten thousand acres in the anthracite coal ro glons, valued at 120,000,000. One party has burned throe houses which the othor side ereo;ed, and retaliation is now threatened. O. H. Wieeler, of Now York, represents ono side aud the Reading Railroad the othor. OUTWEST. A company of Colorado scouts and sharp shooters is to be raised to light 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. — 5 June 1873

Homo Journal, HKTf'U.VH k HMTTNI, New candidates for ('ovornur unci C'H)j ifss, like early vegetables, often, aim! ct caught 11 1 j 1 w il licred ly the rnily frosts. m G rant's icl.-it.ion4 are believed to be nil noeurcly established in fat ofliees, tso Unit for vacancies occurring here after, there is u chance fur other icu jtle. Tlio Mom-iliis Lodger lias found u situation for Sergeant liatcs in which lie can c;ury iho flag to some iuqiosc. Gillem wants Lim to carry it through the Modoc camp. A man by tlio name of J. 1'. Joiich, Uuitc'l States Senator from Nevada, enjoys an hiooiuc of 10,000 a day from tlio Virginia City rilvtr mines, aud those mines are only partially de veloped. The Nushvillii l'.miier says : The holders of outstaiiding circulating notes of the L'uiun Hunk arc noliliud to file thein with the Chancery Court Clerk, or receiver of the bunk,, for payment on or beforo October 6, otherwise they will bq precluded from participating in the dividend? to bo derived from ...

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. — 5 June 1873

Home r Journal. WEDNESDAY, JUNE -4, 1873. Tonus: $2 per annum. To get iip much local mutter during such dull times as the present would bo u tusk that even Hercules liiinsclf would hesitate to attempt. Vc have taken our self away from other labors tluit press up , on our energy nnd perseverance, mid per ambulated our town In search of an item, nnd our senrcu was about as vain as tlioscurch of Cod lbs lor a wife, albeit it strikes us that if CudUis hud been search ing through Wine1 ester and Franklin county his efforts would have been soon rewarded with success. There are mure girls here than boys, and the only Uilll culty seems to be that the boys are not worthy of the girls, and that the girls have too much sense, gencral'v, to unite themselves to lazy, nialu bipeds, for better or worse. Yes, we huvo searched in vain for an Item. 01 course we could tell many little trlllos which we hear concerning family and private matters, but long since we be came disgusted with tlie eternal tlt...

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. — 5 June 1873

1 3 v4l .' 1 .. ! Agricultural. The Flower Garden. JJ flower were aa rare and M diffcalt to collect m mbie and diamon.U, ther would bo sceonnted aa of far greater nine, becuae more beautiful thaa those gema, Nay, if any one of the prtrioi atone, bad ped, in alLticm to its , .,..-1.. . ht'"'-' Vr.tg ! for it ! a mat 01 me mosi evanewni 01 flowers, men would hare bartered f me mom vaineu inuw oj uw-wwy, aaa i , - i . ... i poeU would hare embalmed it in im- j g j0Bf(.r ,;me (or ,njuU to i morbus, barns, sprains, bruises, and so mortal tong. It is only becanse flowers ! thtoli&, and when tb do. thev are ' 03 to ,L fCl1 ' l?Siie, it. pro are ao plentiful that we forget or fail to L. 1 V- , .' , ,v,' M pr:ev-rs claim that there is no remedy , ' 'J0 e-r-'Cg and ppy-..kmg a .,,r(. t he p e einal to Daris Vege perceire that they , .nrfrn ; j wtwj Ufhtly, while many of th e ; ,b!e pA-liil.-r,1 and we know that beautifuh It u strange that any body i wfiior n,rMt 0(Tor ?rX t! lT,. fr,x!!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. — 12 June 1873

ir; VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1873. NUMBER 14. News of the Week, . DOWN HAST. Tho l'rouliytoriau Oonoral ABaoinbly, at Bmimoro, lias, in additiou to tho usual amount of routine business, takoa Tory important ac tion looking to a further reunion of tlio church, by oonf oroncos with the Presbyterians of the South, tho Cumberland ProsbytorianH, and an independent Syuod in Miaaouri. It ia under stood that thero ia no hindoranco to tho full accomplishment of theao desiprna, which muat. howover, go through certain formulaa. There was aomo strife on a resolution that Proaby- toriaua IhUo part iu tho Philadelphia Center nial of 1870 ; but, tho reaolutlon being worded to declare that auch participation would bo for tho glory of God, the propoaition finally pre. vailed. The noxt Oonoral Aaaombly will mot in St. Louis. Now York The horse disease which visit od this vicinity at fall has roappoared at the stabloa of the Caney Island Car Lino, Brooklyn. Sovciity horses...

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. — 12 June 1873

.s r,J . Li .t I ' (t. if v i ! ..''l I.I' J C t I Jlti.i .111 -i.ii.rr. At the ball iii honor of the jnr st.-i of Atlanta during the'Govcnuvrs' -nvt!i-tioii, (Jov. 1 1 ciicli icl.'.-j, of J.vl.ar.a open cl the bill by dancing the f-t quad idle v'Mi Mrs. Gov. lirown, of Ten i..-; . Another case of embezzlement of Giant's Cifiicin! i bf'iig invert! gated at Washington by the Secretary of U.e Ii:'.':iijr. This lime it h U". Surveyor 'jeueral of California, who is charged w ,tb going il to tlie lui.e of SfsO.O'jO. Next! TL,; trid cf Col. L-l-iou for liie kiil- i;,0' of G CI. i:. '.oil in lvi.oxvilic in 1 & 7 1 I.aa j'.itt b'.on co!.(:ii;d.d before the Circuit CV..it of Ki.os county, tthicli rc..i;I'. J iii a vcr.lict of jicjuit ti l ty tl.(; jury, Col. Ntlr,on i.i out in a ca.-'l t the I 'ddic fcxtd-iii.in;.; l!ie ir.foiliiini'e kiilin;;. A "M'.lli'iiian vho adierti'r il for a !i-ik ay.s that he paid al'.eriU'j:i to oir ly four out of hixty n-ptic-', buiux ',m I'Miiainder exh.liitc...

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. — 12 June 1873

fomo WEDNESDAY, JUNK 11, 1873. Terms : $2 ior aiiniun. Ouit SuiiooLS. The examinations ut the tlireo literary institutions of Winchester havo been going on during the hist week, nnJ that tit Wary Sharp College Is still progressing. Tho closing exereiso will be given in our next Issue. Them schools ur the vitnl organs of the town. The mule Academy under the control ol'Messrs. Chirk mid lUedboe Is, ufter a long period ol failure, ut last :i perfect 8uccc. Wc very often hear things spoken of as much behind the times when we were boys, in id that young men lire loss account than in liie days of our youth, itc., &c. The truth is we have forgotten much. There h nothing clearer that the students ot C'ar ricU Academy in Mathematics acquitted themselves with tho greatest credit to themselves und teachers. Tho class in Virgil, to which we listened on Friday morning, showed us much proficiency us we oversaw at an examination, while tho class In Geometry was wo must say per leet. Altera clo...

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. — 12 June 1873

Agricultural. THE COTTON WORM. A PropaelUon whereby Million of DoU Ian muy Poe.lbly be Bared te th l'eo. pl of the aonth. an norMoi chm, t. bilzt. Read at the fieenod Annual Hauiwn of XitoBI Ajj. rttultural Coixrre.) GtnUemtn of Out Katunud Ayricvllural Owt- It wm my iilt-asure, well sigh a year ago, to be with you at your organiza tion in the city from which I Lail. Few things wre more chrtracU-riatic of that reunion of the friend of Agriculture from different parU of our broad land, than the large representation from the Houth, and the mutual good-will and the cordial fellowship which reigned on all Hides. There wag manifested a due appreciation of science in the hon or paid to one who did much to make iia masters of the element, and whom we all sorrow for as having since left us for that world which known no mo tional strife nor brotherly fend. There was also manifested a strong df-niro to profit by ono another's experiences, and it is for these reasons that I am led to offer, to...

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. — 19 June 1873

URN nn WINCHESTEIt, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1873. NUMBER 15. TOLUMfi XII. 0 News of the Week. EAST. Tlio examination of candidates (or admis sion to WeBt Poiut has boen flnishod. Of 112, seven wora rejected on account of phys ical disabilities, and of tho number remaining forty-iiluo failed to pass examination. Among tbe successful candidates are Ooo. W. Bax ter, John N. Glass, Jas. A. Maney, and D. N. McDouald of TonnesHOe. Among the new ca dets are two colored candidates. Tho pleasantry Indulged In rocently by Now York detectives, at tho exponso of tho English officers who were engaged here In the cmo of MacDouiioll, tho bank of England forgor, threatoiiB to result unpleasantly to the victims. The home government is to make an Investigation, and has askodseoretary Fish to obtain the particulars of tho so-called "joke." FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. -Duke do Broglio, minister of foreign af fairs, has addressed a circular lottor to the rcproBontativos of Frauoe abroad, declaring that ...

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. — 19 June 1873

Home Journal n ti.iK 4 hh in ii. John A. Bingham, dealer in Credit Mobilier slock and prosecutor of Mrs. SuiTutt, has been appointed Minister to Japan. j 7'hc newspaper reporters iu the Missouri Legislature have refused n donation of 875 voted to cached litem, taking the high moral ground that .they hud no right to lake it. Joy is closely followed by misfor tune. Iteforc the country has ceased to rejoice over Train's departure, 1'ar Hon Urownlow announces that he in tends to resume bin old newspaper. Gen. Sheridan, speaking of tlio late raid into Mexico, said: "The llio Grande is such aciookcd river, you know, that Mclvenzic probably couldn't tell which side of it he was on." A sou of Gen. 1). JI. Hill has been appointed a cudet at West l'oint, where his father, the General, graduated in 1812, in the same graduating class with Van J)on, Longstrcet and l'ope. m The Oregon desperadoes who mur dered a party of defenseless Indian prisoners nrc probably the authors of many of the robbeii...

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. — 19 June 1873

r. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1S73. Terms $2 per nimuiu. For Magistrate. We are authorized to announce T. E. Matthew a candidate tor Mnleti-iito in District Ho. 1, to Ml tho vacancy created hy tlio real" nation of Joseph J?, bylur, E-sq. Klcrtujn next SiUurduy. AVo arc authorized to announce B. Tcm ploton ii candidate lor Magistrate In Dis trict No. 1, to till tho vacancy created hy I lie resignation of Joseph b Syler, L.. Jilcction next Saturday. To SunsCiiiiiiiiis. Kcmemhcrthat after tlie30tlilnst. all subscribers to the Home Journal must pay 20 cents per year, or G cents a quarter, ns a posture tax. In a previous article we wrote In error, upon the supposition that we were compelled to pay it. But all who now gut their papers tit the Winchester Tost-oHlce can save 20 cents a year hy getting tho same at the oillce of the Home Journal, where we have boxes properly arranged, and the ofllcc is open at all business hours. We bcr nnichllnqtiiry as to when our Board of Mayor and Aldermen will ...

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. — 19 June 1873

0 HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. o Destroy Ccbbant Wobmh. Put about a pint of hollobor into a gallon of water and sprinklo tho dubIicb with a hand-brush or a garden-Byringe. When sifted on dry, the wind too often carries it away. By mixing it with water to apply it, the lower parte of tho bushes are reachod, whero the little pests begin their depredations. By this method wo cleaned them all off from several thou sand bushes, two years ago ; and huve not been troubled with them since. This, too, is a sure remedy for tho in sects and bugs tlmt infeBt roKO-biiHhcs. Save tub Best Fowls fob Bukeuino. It is the worst possiblo policy to kill all the best and handsomest fowls, and save only the mean and scraggy ones to breed from. This is precisely tho way to run out your stock ; for the liko tends to breed liko, and the resnlt is, that by continually taking away tho best birds, and using tho eggs of tho poorest, your flock will grow poorer and poorer every uiuwnilinir xt-ar. It would seem as o ti...

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