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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 26 June 1873

OME H ' It." YOLlmfl XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 2G, 1873. NUMBER 1(5. nn flT RNAL. News of the Week, FAST. Tlio baukntpt Humboldt flro insurance company of New York, lino deolared a divi duud of lifty-six per cent, ou adjusted claim. Creditors have until Novombor 17th to proaeut CluilllH. iho Htoauiflr Moro Canllo for Havana, took out tliruo thuummd nllo and upwards of una million llxod curtridgoa, it in liolievod for tho uso of tho negrooa who have been lately oruorod to tlio trout-lien. Now York city docs a huttor and choose bnsiiioss of lifty millioiiH of doliai'H a year and the doiilurs in that oity, who nuinbor ouo liniiilreit anil thirty, have rosulvod to establish an nxiihungo for tlio accommodation of this t rudu. Tho Now York legislature, among ilM last actH, panned a lio-calloil " supply-bill," to oovor all HnrU of upiropriatiouH not provided for in Uio regular bills, atidtho amount in tlio supply bill Is ovor ei,000,000. J!ut it appears that tho bill has b...

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. — 26 June 1873

.""T.-T!?r-i;.'!K4: in J ii ft, M rrfiVf 4 "I 4 "11 ' -Jim HP 1 Homo Journal TC II V t -1 11 I H. Cholera rumors come tMck and fast from all quarters, and Itoston it pre paring to turn seventeen female lec turers looe on tlie country. lien. Itutlei "s son, nl West Point, in said to l;o dinkier than the "old man," nnd tlii')' propose to use his face to harden grindstones with o If Ihe Indians me to lnex'.orminst'd why not make a clean sweep, wad for every red man set.t to the happy hunt ing grounds hang a tlor.rn J i j i i :i : agents 'i The lVsl oilici- 1 i. p:i:i pi l. led the I rintin J d' liccaii'-o tl:c card jlu. contractors v.u.-. of :i t. than wus bargained I'ur. ii,- l;t I....) t:s to-.'al car.is. i:t-t l tht Tiie l-'jir ' i rnu A it'iii'.iii :il an 1 is of ti.e 'l'L-l,!ie.- .d A--i i . . I lo W ;l'.!nli'. i , Mioii, Nashviile, ar-- to 1 hi-diest hid. It. ful del equity of redemp'.ion. on July 10i.li. S;.tur-hv An Illinois paper think, tha'. 'le'i iJ.ivi.s ought t- 1-f n: s-k...

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. — 26 June 1873

r Slonrmtl mot ttwm 7T7, o VI 1 Is Published Weekly it S2 Per Asm. An Ordinance. By the notion of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Corporation of Winches ter, you are requested uud untitled to Im mediately cleanse mid hereafter keep your back yards and premise! in u (food healthy condition, and In case of failure the Sani tary Committee will cause all tilth to lie removed at your cxper.se. This June 24, 1S73. W. V. ISkasixy. I.I'KK K El. I KY, W.M. Kl'HSKY, It. l' lirasisv. Committee. Wheat. Most of our farmers liave cut tlieir wheat, and tell us that the yield will be more than an average. We hope so. mt mi Vegetables are not much in demand just now, but we will rcceiYO all surplus fresh ones at this oftlec most willingly. We have two cow9 to feed. , The weather is hot, line and growing. But it grows cholera and cholera panics as fast as it docs weeds, vegetables, &e To keep cool is now the acme of human ambition. Ei'.i.iCiocs. On the lirst Sunday night in next mouth Elde...

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. — 26 June 1873

AJ , I ul ilno RUSSIAI'S CAVALRY. Jim llomrinen l "' C tiir MiirviUoim Killing. Writiiifj umliT (Into of May 'M, of it rnviow luilil in Ht. I'ctciHltiirK in honor of tlio vim't of tlio KinjiLior of (ionimuy to the Czar, a I'orri'HiioiKlitiit of tho Lon don Duily Nijwh snyH : Tho grhitt attraction of tlii! day wuk tlio cnviilry, find tlmt far miriuiHHhd any thing which I liftvo over wittn. Tho two clumuntHof cxcclloiiiio wcro, of cunrm), tlio hoi'Biig thcmm.'lvr.H und tho homo umniiliip of tho ridcru, Cuu any liody ixiilitin tlio peculiar cliiiiiii alioiit J!nn tiiuu Iiofhuh? AVithont jircHiiijiiiif; to an hwer wy own question, I think I may point out that orm worct with tniim rH litiro HfeniH to (.diicato tho liorwt ; to mulct) him triiHtworthy, faithful, itmlii tioim ; und to diHpoHO of all thoHts con trivanooH which, 111 inoro rivili.fd coun tries, rtruiili tho Hirit out of the poor lieantH. J I) what other country can one mm JiorwH like tliom: which ilithli ulnii;.; thu Nveiika n...

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 July 1873

OURNA VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1873. NUMBER 17. nn HOME News of the Week, EAST. J. E. VnndtiHon, of Boyiiton, N. J., who has been.miptiing for some eight months, has turned np again. Ho writes from Botterdam, on the Hague. Ho states that he loft his home in Brooklyn for a day's gunning. Wliilo duoklng uoar Five Island his boat was cap sized and his companion drowned. Clinging to the bottom of tho upsot boat, he drifted out to noa, and on the following morning, when almost exhausted, he was picked up by a Hwodisli bark, bound for Buenos Arres. Whon fifty-four days out tho Swede boarded a British bark, bound from the Taciflo for Rotterdam, and all consenting, young Tandu son was transferred and carried to Botterdam, from which place ho proposed to sail immedi ately to meet his wifo and children in Brook lyn, who havo moumod for him as dead for sov orul mouths. A Now York papor Bays that at the present timo there aro between 7,000 and 8,000 children who havo...

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 July 1873

Home J our mil. rt.ti.ri k i.iiihi. The mortuary reports in the Nash ville papers show over 100 deaths from cholera since our lu.st issue. Up to Friday liiil, nt 12 m.. llieru had been 95 deaths from cholera in lal latin, Tent)., Si colored, and 14 white. It is said that 1'rcsidciit Orant's ap pointment of liingham ns Minister to Japan U to keep him and lien Duller on opposite sides of the globe, Hol ier accused Hingliam of having the in nocent Mrs. Surrutt banged. The Nashville Union and American ays: " The history of the present vis itation of cholera, shows ittobeol'a luore virulent type than the Asiatic cholera, or that about the name of which there was no dispute. The American cholera may therefore be set down as more fuUl thun that of Asiat ic origin," The Gallatin Kxuiuiner of the 28lh ultimo buys; Our advice to those of our citizens who arc away, is to stay where they are, and the same to those here. When the absentee return, they should exercise the greatest cau Uou in diet...

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 July 1873

..... it ' ; i .j. snarl pome o ionntai la Published Weekly at 12 Per Annas. Terms of Advertising: t Tfm. pi in. iTyr. J Square,. .. 1 tfquureM . . . I Squares). . H cul'mn.. , 7 nu ou iiouo 10 oo 15 00! 20 00 20 00' 25 00 15 oo SO 00 40 00 :to oo. 40 oo 00 OO1 so 00 00 00,125 00 ' col inn. 1 column. CO 00 Advertiii'inriiti fofk's than three month! will J iliargud SIM) II rat and 70 cent each lubscqueul lurcruun. unu men miutes a iquurc. WEDNESDAY, ::::::JULY 2, 1873. Robort Kussell, at Dechcrd, will pay a liberal price In cash for wheat. If you want property of any kind, es pecially real estate, at three-fourths its value, cull on W. J. Slatter. There were eight cases of cholera last Monday in Chattanooga, two of which were lutul, before our Informant left. The increase In our subscription list lately is very cucoiiruglnpr. and we are proud to think the Home Journal is want ed. Mr. Thomas Ueorgo, a citizen of this county, uud living about no mile and a balf from Winchester, died la...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 3 July 1873

1 ; 'I' ' I t ;! ; FAMILY COOKING. nv riEiiRE ni.OT, Tomato -son1. For this excellent ttoup the roiKirtions are, seven or eiht luiiliiliog-aizixl totuutocH, throe piutH of broth, four or five Htulkt of iiurHlcy, two of thyme, suit, pepper, u tea-wpoou-ful of iK-iii-er-cornii- a bay leaf, two on ions, three cloves, and three or four cloves of garlic, ft quarter of n pound of rice, n tublo-Bpoonful of Imtti-r, cue ounce of fugur, three sliceH of -bread. The tomutoca uro put in boiling water for a few seoondH, taken off and dropx:d into oold water, and th'-n skiimed. They uro put in a Mntv-iiiii, uml set on n moderate fire with tho broth, purvey, milt, jepper, and tho following Apices tied in a linen rng : thyme, pepper corns, bay Iraf, onions, and cloves. Win -n (viokud, the whole is turned into m ool under (with tho exception of the apices io the ragj and forced through with a iKitiito-uiasher, exreit the tomato aeeds ; then the strained juice and pill uro mixed with the rice; aft.-r...

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 July 1873

HOME THE WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 10,1873. NUMBER 18. volume xn. i News ofjhe Week, EAST. Washington's hoadquartorsat Morristowu, N. J., were Bold ut auction last wook aud pur chased by ox-(?ovornor Randolph, W. V. Ledj; envoi tl, Oooi'Ko Halsoy and Clon. N. Tlalstoad, for 26,000. It is tho Intontion of tlio pur chasors to hold it for the Htate until tlio legis lature meets when, if ho desired, thoy will traiiMfor it without profit. In Pennsylvania, since, Haturday, a foar f ill tiro baa been raging in the nortboru part of Hchuylkill county, doMtroyins a vaHt amount of timber on tho south side of Jlearbridgo ; and on Sunday it struck with a torriflc Bhoot over Muhnnoy mountain and full on Gilher ton, destroying twonty-Uvo liouaoa bolongiug to tho Hickory coal company, aud turning over thirty families out without aheltor. Tho lona of (iilborton ia about $:IO,000, and at laat accounts tho liro waa atill spreading in tho mountaiiiH, whero, howover, littlo damage would ho d...

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 July 1873

Home Journal. I.TCjIH HLlIIin. The cholera in Nashville is evidently abating. We hope to he able to state in our next issue that it has entirely uis.ippc-a it'!. The pressure might he lifted a little 1y the publication ofthe names of a few more possible and impos-dhle can didates (or Governor. Mr. Charles K. Jkuis, who hat, sii.cr the departuto of Mr. VYal'.cr.oa t'o i Europe, ha 1 charge of the edilniiui de partment of lue Louisville Cornier-; Journal, is a native of Gloucester County, Virginia. Ue ia not yet thirty years old. The Murfrccbboro News is "inform cd that the Hon. .John M. bright, Menhir of Congress lrom this distiict, has drawn what ii known as the back pay, and proposes to return each conn ty in his disti iet their quota upon the order of the Com, ty (Joint accepting it." Late advices from the Kio Grande indicate that the Kickapoo Indians have oi !anized a lartre band find at ri CJ encamped on the Mexican bide of the Rio Grandp, ready lor a descent on Laredo as soou a...

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 July 1873

irv-tanunnca)J Vjl ourttitl iiigr vm $0 Terms of Advertising : 1 3 in. 0 in. 1 vr. 1 Square. .. i Squares. . . 3 Squares. . 4' (joiiiii. . . j.j Clll'lllll.. . 1 column.. . $ 7 fill I2U0 815 00 10 III) 15 (id IS 001 20 01) 20 (Mil 2" 00 :to oo: 'io oo (iO III) so 00 JO 1)11 It) 00, 00 00 tiU 00, 125 00 Advi'i'lihciiW'iiH fur U'-l llinn tliri-c minitliti will tiarhiii'Keil fl .W Drill ami 75 cents uncli .ulMipiuiit iiibPruoii. diiu liu'li nniktM axpiuiu. WEDNESDAY,::::::JULY !), 1873 Since the appearance of cholera In Sliulby villo there liuve been, to the 4th Inst,, 200 oases, anil the town is said to be almost deserted. At the election for County Superintend ent of Public Instruction, last Monday niter several balloti, Iter. XV. IS. Watterson was elected. 'The Honorable County Court of this county met, In it quarterly hcsbIoii, kit Monday. Its proceeding we will pub llih in our next Issue . Vegetables aro a drug on the market, In fact none are offend for sale, and no one wants to b...

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 July 1873

AGRICULTURAL. THE COTTON CROP. The Latest Reliable Katlmatea Kroin t lie Cotton HU&tca. In May last tho committee of the Now 0rlcri8 cotton exchange; Bontout lotter to reliable persotw in all the countioH of tin cotton Btatos requesting information regarding the condition of thn cotton crop, They now piiMinh, in cornli-iiHcd form, tho renults of their action derived from letters doting from May tf) June 7. Their report may he accepted no the Hofeat guide to a proper under wtanding of tho aspecto of tlio crop. Thirty-Bix coiinticH wore heard from in MiHHifidippi, and the letters received bIiow an inoreaso in tho general average of cotton in tho Stato of eight per cent. Fertilizers have been used to only a limited extent, and luhor is ellleieiit. There have been heavy rains and a cold spring, which will retard tliocrop iiliont fifteen days. The crop is generally rep resented as good. In Louisiana, thirty five parishes having been heard from, tliocrop is two weeks late. General ave...

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 July 1873

r r VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 17, IS73. NUMBER 19. News of the Week, EAST. A Washington special says a second expe dition to the arctio regions promises to prove perhaps an u'gnal a failure as the first, and from nome cnuso the Juniata Commander liraiuo, iu hardly under way, when Commandor Greer, who is to have charge of the 'fibrosa, writes to Commodoro Atnmon, "I will be in Annapolis Thursday, and hope you will have iiiHiructioiiH there for mo to tho effect that whuu I fall in with Rruine ho h1ih.11 not, with out my consent, interfere with the personal of my vessel. I caro nothing for newspaper articles, hut thus far the public mind sooms to conter ou Biaino, entirely omitting tho Ti gress and its officers. Now I don't care to havo other men steal my thunder. If X find tho l'olaris before Uraino comes "homo, I wish to ha. o full charge of her, and power to do tui I such otlicoitt as I deem fit to assist in bringing her homo. I hope, under Provi dence, to ha...

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. — 17 July 1873

if Home Journal 11TI till ULlTTtH. Tli Cholera . TLe Nashville paper report that t'uc cholera lias entirely disappeared from that cilv, and that Nashville is herself j Democratic and Liberal journals which ii'ain. undertake to chronicle the movements From Shelby villo wo learn that the of the President. Of course it is. and disease hss about "run its course." and ba.i been, tbe cuitoiu from time imme business is assuming its wonted up moriut. fur court journals ami toadies The Murder-shorn News report sev eral in that citv dnr!n2 the past week, hut hopes to be able to report! "no cholera" in its next issue. The flallatin Kxaminer report that the diseruc has disappeared from that city. The lob in that place during the prevalence of the scourge was very heavy the Examiner putting tin ir loss down nt about six and two-third per cent, of its population. Lebanon has suffered considerably from the disease, but we learn' from the! Herald that the course of the disease has been arrested, an...

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 July 1873

Term of Advertising j film. 6 in. I y r. 1 Square, 3 Squares. . 3 Squares H col'inii.. .j cul'mii,. 1 column. 7 nil SliOOSluOO 10 00 13 (XI 20 00 40 (HI III) 00 15 (HI! -JO (HI iO 00' 2.1 no :() 00: 10 0(1 00 (HI1 80 00 (HI OO l'i'i 00 WEDESDAY,:::::JULY 16, 1873. Diup.-t-At Ii ik icsldcnce, In thin place, on the t;th Inst., at 9 o'clock P. M MuJ. John T. Slattcr. x or the finest tomatoes wo have seen this season we are Indebted to Mrs. Mary Wilkinson, of our town. They wereralscd in her garden measure, each. 12 Inches In circumference, and two of '-hem weigh 2-1 ounces. Cnors. Wo are glad to hear favorable rcpirt about crops in general in our county. Wheat has turned out half, or more than half a crop. Corn, where it has been well worked, looks exsccdingly well, and nats and grass present an appearance that ought to enliven the hearts of the limners Kxrr.AXAToiiv. A subscriber writes as follows to us from Baxter Springs. Kansas : "Enclosed please find my postage for a short time. I...

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 July 1873

AGKICULTtJRAL. The Wash-House. ! For the benefit r. onri'0'tnrv ir:i ls ' building ftirm-huusi-s, m wLirh r.krt nml (yrnvt-niiiiOi; art! ck-tunM.' ti. " help," as well ft.s gi-neral l.-:ti.I: to the household, we n'wn t!...-v tiljDs, of thelutt! Mr. Lou uu. i ! : cvclopifidia of Architecture : "Tho wash-Lous.' L.-ii! I ! lighted ; and thirriforo, U taiv-J other ofnYgH, it liho'll l. :f r.l.-! .i' Hindu a corner buil l.u.', .cA uv down on two nidi-. Instead of in.-rt.ii !- i which, its tiuticv.1 iu, l.v book, arf tht rii''.: v-v.-tho form tlit c. -il I U- .:... w&d.ing W '..'..s iihout ti-.r-v f-: :v. ! r ini-L- wi.lv :e u . ; . : -. lK'ttnia i - '.i - hv:ilJ U- :.i :-. .-...I ;.. - ;-. I ! ta '.Kl .1 III! . 1 .rl -.".z. i.. -4T ff I VI. :'. r.i.'U 'i.f : .1 1. n:W! n. '. 3 i.wj J' Tie vi.. v: . 1 ni . n : L-. . - ; l.; v:... jieoAar-. j t:.e :r y.f Ti.': t-ST ... iV'l. 1 ,-h-:.v .- to ho very citrofally pav.-l, w.u. ..... clm.itiou of uu incli in a y.iH t.j-.v tr.l one corner, 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. — 24 July 1873

THE HOME RNAL VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1873. NUMBER 20. News of the Week, EAST. Dnden, Froros & Co., New York, lace in ortorn, are ohargod with having, during t long series of years, oarried on a systematic course of swindling on the revenue depart- ment. Their house in that city was established about 1858. Their principal house is in Brua- soIb, and the; have branch houses in Notting liaru, London, St. Petersburgh, Sau Francisoo, and New York. Richard Muser and Frederiok MtiHor carry on the bnsinos in New York, and Otto Muser manages the Ban Fraucisco bouse. According to the affidavits the penalties will reach the enormous sum of $2,500,000. It is alleged that this house Is trying to form itself into a joint stock company so as to evade part of the liability. Philadelphia The mint is engaged In re belling vast quantities of light gold ooins, Since January 1, some twenty-three million dollars' worth have been melted, and ten mil lions more will be re...

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

WTgmrnffltfifnrirmii fin ; is 1, i ' :'' Vf .' V iif! llomo Journal. 1.1 111 l A l.l I I 1 u. llroiui c-jntinu.s t'. vcl v i: Louis', ,..e h.-t.Uel.y. i--'.u.t'.,.' li.td a LOiii!:!gial.oii iiiVi;lvii:0( n l';s.s ol about -''','."j0. Most ol the piopeity tvin ;liui-. vJ itin con panics. 'I'l.c .VcM'u.nvlile and M..i tu ):-t'.!ru-.n! bus surrendered the tua.i (.on iric I, ai.il tKi: mail i.i now '.rjintf-rred . !'iO'u Manchester to Mc.Mii.nvllh: by f ;y- 'l'.v. ; Vi'. Newman, son of .1. V.'.' N.. a:.:,, Kbfj., of Fayeltevilb-, .'.us c.'.vr ! IVom Job:) M. Ihi-!,t (he a;, j oin'.!t;.;s.t to the Naval A' -ad-my M A nasi, oils. An (Xtliange jays. t r.'. eilitoi i ir.:,y ir. c.'. always lie rc-litiious nui im-y oe o.,ai,'y Jj:i vo iia.breHa' that nr.-. - ebange editor .:ays bu b:u o::'. :.i:C;- li lit." 'I bii ti.:.t 1'! .'. to ' .' t:. y .'..' Ti M'l'. ...:i as to wlio st ill be n.'iiii'j M:ior of .a-!.vii.'e is b- 'i'.c t!ie jieoplc ofthit city. I.'n.!i.-s have b ai ncd sense by pa.ii ...

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 July 1873

ome Terms of Advt'rt Isinjf : Tin. I (I in. i 1 yr. il -)0S!l2 0l),5il5llll 1 Square, . Squares. 3 Hqu:ir- lo oiii 15 ooi ai no : on 20 on 10 on JO OOi 25 00 .I I'lll Hill.. ;io on id on (id oo' so oo I . riil'liill. Tcoltilllli. 00 (III: !ill 00 I'J.'i 00 Ah orlUemcuti liirless than throe muiitlw will lwrlnii'Kui.1 J 1 bo Hist iiml 75 1'cnln cadi sulwpiiMit insurliuu. Unu incli makoti u 'iiaru. WKDNKSDAyTT-T-TjuLy 1!3, 1S73. John Thomas Si.aitki:, Dixkased. Our forms were ready for the press last week when the person named breathed his lust, and wo were forced to mention tlio solemn fact In very few words. Something more Is due to the memory of 1 1 1 3 deceased, for lie was a pi eminent citi zen, and In his death our community ha unstained a heavy loss, John Thomas Shitter was the youngest of three sons of itev. David Klee Slatler, who came to this county from the county of Montgomery about the year lsaj. At this time the deceased was about thirteen years of age. This would make hi...

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 July 1873

JULY MARKETINU. tiy pirriik iuit. Tho month of July in ooiwiilorod thn wont of the year for tho fiarnivoroimly inclined, whilo the rnot fuHtidiotiM vego tiiriann fiud all tliuroin tliut they oonld wi'hIi. Beof in and will bo iufrior until Ootobnr. CookH oan not bo too careful in roant ing plover ; liko canvaH-baok duckn and many other birdH, they muHt be Horved rather underdone. Tho tanto of the bird is improved by chopping very fine or pounding in a mortar the liver and heart with about the Harno bulk of fat Halt 'pork, ono-fourth of n bay leaf, a pinch of thyme, a Hirig of nweet hiwil, two of paroley, Halt, pepper, and put ting Die mixture iunide of the bird be fore tying the alien of Halt pork on itn breat. J'loverH may be Herved, thiiH roawted, with water-ercBH around, and lemon juice Hpread all over. Homo amateurs do not draw woodcock, for fear of taking away Home of their flavor; thin being a matter of individual toHte, wo hIiiiII not recommend or blame the practiuo ; there id...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
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