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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 31 July 1873

THE J if T Tin AT A U hi Itl H - W v 1. JJ. VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 'M, 1873. NUMBER 21. News of the Week. EAST. To force owners of Mnusard roofs to have them removed thin year and replaced by loan inflammable roofs, the board of under writers baa ailoptotl a roHOlutiou laving au ad' ditional premium of one per cent, upon all Mansard rnofH after January lHt, 1874. The directors of the Pacific, mail stoaur ship company bavo ordered a copy of the enruiiigs and oxponsuH of each of tbo compa' ny's stoumurs to bo placed upon tbo counters in tbo oflico for the inspection of the public, Tbo government of Japan has sont on ordors for the return of five of tbe sil tu- donts sent to this country by a company in Alaska, and who bavo been here two yearn. The bistb is pormitted to remain at Lawrence. ville, N. J. Tbo flvo mentioned are now in New York, and bave purchased their tickets to Japan, and will start bomoward next week, going by rail to San Franoisoo. None of t...

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. — 31 July 1873

, r 4 , .1 l i ' 4 ,j ! f !; 1 Mi .i . Home Journal. MI. H 1 1. HI 4 SI. t I'll H. (Jneeii Victoria is in favor ol int'T national arbitration, for tin; sell li-miMit of all internal ional dillicnltics. Oil. K. A. Tyler, editor of tin: Mem phis lifjMsU'i', li!n been elected ,'ill- r i-; i j tci i I ii t. ol public schools for Midly noniily, wiih a salary of :jl:!')0. The cholera is truvcliii" nor'Ji, rui'l is now iilllictin llio SL:l1.' s of Ohio, Indiana, and Alissouri. A number of deaths oi ci ti i i-i I in tin: Ohio p.mjl n liaiy. l)oii ( 'ai los, tin; I'l-elcndcr, has en tered S;i:un :mil taken command of Ihe (J:u lint biiccs. Hi; was received with ejrcat 1'iit.liiHiu'iin and will cause the Spanish ovcmiiik.'IiI. no little uncasi lI'.'SH. The citizens of a Ct-orgia town were snijii ised to read in their lucid paper tin! oilier day that .crimps it was not worlli while for them to :it t u i j !. to raise boys. The nlllicted ediloi in lliiil III) wroli! liojS. Ilanicl l'.uulii.'!' r...

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. — 31 July 1873

r, Is PsUishci Weeklv it $2 Per Annum. WEDNESDAY, : : : : :J L'LY 30, 1S73. liKi.Kiioi-8. l'ev. A. U. Prtiinmond. formerly u student of Sewauee Institute In tills town, will preach next Suml:iy, 10 a.m., nttlia Episcopal Church. SI AKiiiKD. At the resilience ol the bride, on tlieimii, by l!cv. X. T. Power, Mr. James SUk to Miss Mary Trljrjf, ull of Sa lem, In this eoniily. Deaths. Died, of cholera, tit his residence, about four miles north of Winchester, on the UStli inst., Solomon Hopkins, in the Gild year of his nc. Sir. II. had premonitory symptoms of the disease for several days, not thinking seriously of danger until active symptoms, when he sank rapidly Into collapse. I,. L. Matthew s died on Saturday last. ii Iter alingering disease ot several months, lie was one of our best citizens, and well known to all the old citizens ol'tho county His death deserves more than a passing notice, but as we are about going to press, further remarks arc precluded. Died at his home, u lew day...

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. — 31 July 1873

V,te.. m-Vm fr-wwiw wn - " I IM! Ill I III f .... HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Canned Fhuith. Miiko Hyrup wit.li Htlgar find wutcr, avrsriiffiiiK ijimrtor of a pound of Hiigur toeueli pint of juico; boil tlio fruit until done. Mhh. Piiav'h Oakb. Two-think of ft cup of Imttnr, two cupH of Biigni', tliritd cggH, ono Mip of milk, ftodn, (trciim of turtur, ono Hoiint qwirt of Hour, ohbciick, and fruit if you cIiooho, C'BRAM FOB Coi'l'HI'.. Ono egg well limiton, and oiwHpooufiil.of migitr ; lour over tliiH one pint of Kciilding lint milk, Htirring lirinkly. Miiko over night for uh in tins morning. Potato Ykast. I'cel find grutu four good Bizotl potutocH, jiour lioiling wuter upon it until it tliiitkcim lilci Htaruli, add ono-tliird of cup of Hiilt, mid Hourly it oup of Hiigar ; wlien (tool Htir in 11 cup of yonnt. Citi'.AM G'akk. -Two (MipHof (lour, ono ami oiio-liulf cups of wigur, oue-liulf nip of liutter, mid one-liiilf nip of Hour (trniim, ono and ono-lmlf toiiHjioonfulH of Hodit, diHHolvod in 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. — 7 August 1873

7 .JLU JL VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1873. NUMBER 22. r TTOAT AT . U News ofjjhe Week. Oakos Amen' will in now In probata, and tlio accompanying iuvoutorios show that his eutato amounts to $6,754,254. Tlio particulars of tlio mnnlor of (loss of Daltimore show that tlio lifo Insurance eompa- nios will liavo aoliauco for tlio ontablinhment of a nics point in rogard to their liiibililioH to parsons insured. It seems that Gohh was lildiug out of the way, bocauso his wifo had reported him burnt up in his storo; and aol Iectod insurance upon hlu lifo to the amount of JOOO. His muirloror, Uildorzook, was tho witiiesH upon whose evidenco the monoy was paid. It is stpposod that they had a falling out in roforonco to tho division of tho spoils, fEST. A band of sovon maskod and mountod robbors,obHtructod and stoppod a passongor traiu in Iowa last week, on tlio Chicago, Hock Island and Paciflo railroad, killed the onguioor, plundorod tlijs express and mail cat's, and...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 7 August 1873

Home Journal. uciim suttui. Late intelligence from Chicago, t-tates that the wheal crop ol Illinois will be a full one. The Episcopalians urn much the largest denomination in the city of 3'cw York, having onu church for every thirteen thousand ol tlio popular tiou. Advertising does pay. A Hump shiio County farmer, who lias adver tised his farm, claims to have fed one hundred barrels of oats to the horses of persons who have born lo see the place. The 1'ustver.sc yl' the olllce seekers orig is iVow said to be as follows : " ) I long lo be a Grander, Ami Willi the irsuijcrs Htaiul, A liiini.'li n clover In my arms Ami a pitch-fork in my hand ." i Kxchauge Water melons arc worth from forty cents to one dollar a piece, in this market. Brownsville lice. We don't know what they arc worth a p'irie in Winchester, but wo could tell what they arc worth eurh. Several young girls in Athens, Geor gia, made themselves nick swallowing bearteasi: llowers, under the delusion that whenever they swall...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 7 August 1873

onu fftmnwl WEDNESDAY, tilAl'GUST 6, 1873 Terms of Advertising: Din. I Sin. i lyr, 1 Square, . , 'i .S'jiiarcs.' 3 .Squares. '4 coram.. j cnl'nin.. 'l column.. ! 7 50 12 01 S i 5 (10 10 (M) M Oil 20 oo 40 00 (10 00 H 00 'JO 00 an oo ar (mi SO 00 40 00 CM 00 SO 00 f 00! (Kl A.l...,..lt,.n....l.i I'... t..u h.M tl,tWtl.wttl., u-lll li('hurg(;(l f 1 60 Hint Mill 75 iiit OnclUubwiueilt Religious. rreuchlng every 2d Lord's Day, at Decherd, by Rev. J. M. F. Smith don, of the Christian Clmreli. We are having pleasant weather for the fcuson, the thermometer ranging from 70 to S3 In the shade. Our Circuit Court adjourned lust week. a fov criminal case tried, but tho civil locket was all continued. Some people use half ol their Ingenuity to get llito debt, and the other hall'to avoid paying out. Mains over this county have been catho lic and we bellevca 11 no crop ot corn, gen erally, v 111 be gathered. Cholera Is still devastating a fev towns n our State, but the scourge Is on the de cline. ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 7 August 1873

CHANGED. From nutnklrlM of the town, Whoro the old njllcnloiin stood, Now a straugir looking iluwii, 1 heboid the shadowy crown Of tlie dark aud haunted wood. Is It changed, or am I c lintujfil ? All I Hi" oaks am rri Nh ami green, Hut llin friend Willi whom 1 ranged Through tliolr thickets arn estranged Hy tuc yours luat liitorvine. Jlrlght an over flows the una, llrlght uh over sIiIihih the huh ; Hut, ulssl tlmy acem to mo Not thu ami that used to be, Not tlm tldns that used tu run, Guidance for Conduct. It in nsHumoil, in tlio flrnt jiltim), tlml ndoquate guidance for conduct in III", jirivnto and pulilio, could lio lmd ; and that a moral code, rationally elaborated by men bh tlmy now arc, would bn duly oiitiriitivo 1111011 llimii. Nnillif'r of thosci proportion h comnioiidH itno!f when wo coma to (ixnrnnio tlio ovidcnco. Vn lmvo but to obwervo human action iih it mcolH iih at every turn, to hcii that Ihn fivfinttro inlnllitninno, 'incapable of guiding conduct oven in Hiinjilu ii...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 14 August 1873

KNAL. VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1873. NUMBER 23. THE News of the Week, EAST. Two guano dealers in New York city are charged with Helling an article 80 adulterated an to contain only 3 or C percent, or ammonia, the most valuable olemout of that fertilizer, and about 60 per cent, of other matter, mainly oartli, and unknown in genuine guano. They are said to hae Bticcooded in swindling the farmora into buying their npnrlons stuff by oountorfoiting the trado-mark of tho Peruvian govonimont and rofllllng old bags which bore tho real brand, Suits havo been brought againnt thorn by tho agontu of tho Poruvlau government, who auk for an injunction to Htop tho fraud, and claim heavy damagoa." " The superintendent of rates and surveys of tho city of Now York, in his roport to tho board of flro underwriters, says a fire ono-tenth thooxtontof the Boston great fire, occurring in thodry-goodsdistrictof New York, would result in a much greater loss than that of Boston,...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 14 August 1873

-..-,- . III . :i km lil '; ..hi V j '( i: ;6; li Home Journal. I li M I I I I llll. Cull TIh-iii by N ii m Letter from J i'i-ii I'd . LirU's The IJi'iini' l,'i'iliilii'ii.-( si; mi- .-, Tin! t holi r:i has again made its tip 1 1 j'f aruncc in Memphis, Trim. Look out ' fur Ni,-.hville In-xt. lings !lt the different (iHlill'TitK in M,,.,rc county are dying of cholera. . 1 ! o iv is that for the whi-ky V Viiii lei I.ilt control twenty-one bun dled mid liUV miles of railroad, rcpre sent ing $-t,W),t)W. ' Tin; Morristown (W'tte says the average wheat crop of Kast 'jViiik'sm-c i.oiily a lilllc over six bushels to tin; acre. 'J In; liny crop throughout Tennessee this yi i.r has turned out belter Hum m, .i;. rtrop and will prove twice as profi'iiVmaw we sniii lust week. In Sun I-'ianciseo, i inn fdl in July inn- dny in J8.r.U, two da)s in JS.OS, and one day in ISOO, and mi no other days ' in July bine; lHi'-, till this ytur. A .......1 ,v ,.ll,,llim,. D.'lllO-: llllllll I'.K'I s l.-tt'-l' ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 14 August 1873

la Published Weekly at $2 Per Annum, WEDNESDAY,:. -AUGUST 13, 167a. Terms of Advertising . :i in. (i 111. 1 1 yr. 1 Sipiare, U SijuuruH 'J Sipinrcs. . . .'. . ,'4 ml 'ill II riil'lini I minimi.. $ 7 5) I!? 1 J (Ml if 1 r 0(1 10 (Ml IS 00 20 00 2" 00 -10 00 ).- (Ml 20 (Ml 41) OH 110 (Ml 20 00 :io 00 liO (Ml so 00 125 (Ml !Ki on A'luM'll-i'mi'iila lor Iu.sn than llirne immili. u III I liarguil (I'M flint 11ml 76 cent, nauli .ubhrijucut jiiv 1111:11 iiiuiwva u MJIIMI U. Kki.ioious. Preaching every 2il Lord's Day, lit Dechcrd, liy Rev. J. M. b Smith koii. of the Christian Clmrcli. HitoKK His Lku. A little son of Mrs M . (i. Newman, '(ut the residence of dipt. 11. W. Newman) fell from u clmlr Monday night last and broke his leg. Last Sunday, Monday mid Tuesday were tlio hottest days of the season. Adipose individuals liko ourselves most naturally sigh fur a cool retreat. The Lynchburg Pioneer says the Meth odist Chinch in tliat place Is receiving its lirst coaL of paint. We feai that som...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 14 August 1873

I) a I :i lie: mi' r. AGRICULTURAL, Profitable Farming. There aro too many mon who put their all into a miiflo venture, and if that fail ore utterly UHofl up. There in perhapH no biiHinoHH wherein "two htrings to one's bow " aro ho important an in farming. Other piirxuitH have certain rnlea which havo been founded on oxperienco, and which tho ahrewd man of biminoHH can take advantage of with an almont aHHiired wrtnintjr of BiiocesH. But wo can not do thitt. We can not toll what will happen to our orojw. HometimcH it will Im over-dry, aoraetimes over-wet ; HoniotimoH wo are plugued with Hwarms of iiincctn; at other times wo aro nlllicted with blighta and ruoldH. ARuiiwt none of theae tliingH do wo ever Ret tho Hlightoxt hint. Jlut we have dwelt on this recently, in Hpeiikiiiff of the valno of diverniyiiif our product. Trouble never atrikes overythinK alike. Homo will succeed. Jiut, independently of all this, tho young farmer should never bo cast down by misfortune. It is here whero h...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 21 August 1873

13 1T A T H VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1873. NUMBER 24. News of the Week, EAST. Twenty-three thousand six hundred cnil grautu arrived at Now York last week, Tho contract fur building two new iron sloops-of-war lias been awarded John Hoach 4 Bon, Now York, at 2!),000 ouch. WEST. Senator Ramsoy has visited Washington, and returns satisfied that his efforts to induce the state department to iutorforo In behalf of the Manitoba prisoners will provo successful. Uancroft Davis, tho acting socrotary of state, i gave him assurances that he believed the Canadian authorities would promptly respond to any reasonable romiost on tho part of tho .Amorioan government for clomoncy to thoso prisoners, and release them on hail, Tho Toxas cattle fovor, which lias boon prevailing in DeKalb, Davis, Nodaway, and , other counties of northern Missouri, for two weeks past, has carried off several thousand head, and it sti 1 raging. In Nodaway county alone the loss already amounts...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 21 August 1873

Home Journal, rue IUK A Mi ll II, The Alabama jitipcrs ptitilish gloomy ports from farmers in regard to cot -II. Tlic yield will bo Kliin. Fi nnk Hlairsuid beforo Granb's first .(.i lion, tli lit if ho once pot into tin: i bile House, lio would never loiivo it ... i vr. In view of lli talk nlout o "bird term, what do the people now Mnnk ol Wail's prediction 'I Browns ville lU'C. (Iruco Greenwood Bays: "The fad .s, there- are loo many of us women. And there seems no iclicl'lbr foiuitijj meliorations except through the heroic .eniedy of quietly putting nil feinule in :'antn out or Uio way. Nothing could lie so good for us except u long and glorious succession of Ilci'ods." An exchange cays, Asa I'ucker don't do things hy ImlvcH. Ho has given u million dollars and fid y h'ix acres ol land to Lehigh University, in which tho tuition is free, the lodging rooms lire given to students without rent, tind board provided ul cost. Tliis is edii cation dog cheap. In fact, it is whilom tiying alo...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 21 August 1873

WKINliSDAY,::Al'Jl'ST S!0, 1673. Terms of Advertising: 3 in, I 0 in. $ 7 wi'si'vi oii 10 001 Irt oo 1 T. 1 Square,. ., '1 Squures. . 'i Squares. . ,', col'mii.. . ,'a col'mii.. . I uol II III II. . . $13 00 20 00 25 00 ); uo 20 oo 10 00; lio oo! 20 00 :io oo 00 001 IK) Ool it) 00 SO 00 12.") 00 Advertisement lor less limn three uiuiillis will liut'liurKi'ii ! U) llial and T&kuiiU euili tubjivuiii'iit iiiMTIiun. Ono inch nukes a milium. KiJ.iuiors. Preaching every 2d Lord's Day. nt Decherd, l.y Kcv. J. M. Y. Smllh kuii, of tliu Christian Church. Our (.'onnty Superintendent Ivcn a no tice to School Directors. Decherd wunt8 u teacher. The situation Is it desirable one. See advertisement. T. T. Menitt, Esq., advertises u lot of ar ticles muiiy peoplu need. Wc have seen liia mod; and will voncli for wlmt lie says. "Fact" is after our Magistrates with n sharp stick. Perhaps, however, when the other side It heard tho act ion eoinplaiucd of will appear in a different light. The weutlicr...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 21 August 1873

11 m, : 4!,kw.W..J.. . jf . ,-4... .JJ,t. w1 ft :1W . ,1'. ) 'I 1 , r. Hi 11 r ; 1 . A BONO FOR THE SEASON. O for ft Io1k in a isnli-ii nf cuVukiIjith ; 0 for an li'i'lwrK or two In eunlrol ; O for vain wtilrli nt iuIiI-iIsy tin- 'l''W cillnlicrM ; O for a hiilloj)-tri up lo thu mle o for a littlflonc-Ht'try thermometer, with iioIIinik hut 'rim all nuiK"i in a row ; O for a biff ilniible-uarri'leil hydrometer, To measure II10 moisture that rolls Irnm my brow I O that this cold world waK twenty times cnliler, (That' Irony rcl-liot, It Mrfintlh tn mn !) O for a turn of It dreadful cold nluiilili-r ; O what a (comfort an auo would ho ! The Woutern Farmer's Griefu. If wo are nnkud wliiitlicir wo mciin td mj that thoro iH nothing in tho wcntoni farmor'n complaint that ft third of thorp crop iB oouwimctl in flitting it to nutr ient, wo answor that Ihnro in nouiothinff in it, hut nppurimtly ilot wlmt they im agine If wa aro asked, farther, wheth er it iH not a horrible tiling that corn Hho...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 28 August 1873

NAL VOLUME XII. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1873. NUMBER 25 OME 1? News of the Week. A new and iiigonioiu plan of concealing smuggled goods has been exposed on tlio Havana ntoamorn. The custom ofllcoin diu oovorod that the crew had stowed a large lot ofoigarsand cigarettes in the miili on tho forotop mast. Seizures of goods thus con cealed woio made on tho stoaniors Cleopatra and Morro Castle. -Htoaniers leaving Now York for Europe during May, June and July carriod 1M,5:W cabin passougnrs, an excess of 500 only over the corresponding months of 1872. The pilots aud pilot conimissioueiHof Now York condemn tho proposed plan of tho socre tary of the treasury to make them government otlicors. Much excitement was created in Now York among petroloum doalers by u heavy uV cline in tho prices of crude aud refined oil in the face of the fact that tho shipments from that city this year have roachod the unusual amount of .77,0ufl,00n. Tho ehiof causo ef the decline is said to bo...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 28 August 1873

as ?1 : ' ; Sii' ':! i -i i i.' .1 J. t J l 1 ti ! ) ,1M .it , it? ; Home Journal. ii n u.m i.imn. Fa- Senator James U. Doolittlo, of "Wisconsin, is to edit a new paper in Chicago. "The Material and Political l'rob lern of Hie Sonlli" is the lieiidin; of fin article in tliis wc;ul. .Journal, and to it we invito especial attention. .1 no. S. (). Davidson, Administrator, lias entered kuit against tli; Nashville A Chattanooga ltailroad fur S'iOKjO. il;i.-im;rf s, nllcgcd to have been his laiued in the death of S. li. Davidson, Ksq., run over mid killed on Unit road withi.i llircc miles of Nasliviilc no! lonj; ago. Over two hundred Ioiih of coal have already bc:u ordered for use next win ter iu l''ayetteville. Some of it will ar live next week. It will all come from Coid Creek, Kast Tennessee. Puttie Creek and Sowiiiice will find it difficult to Hi:ll a bushel hero. Fnycttevdlo Observer, loth August. The Sholbwille Coin rcial of tin: l!kh, in a ioi. article expresses n preference for li...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 28 August 1873

omc 3! onrmtl WKDNKSIJAY, : : Al'l.TST 27, J87I). Business Man Wanted, Tim undersigned wants u single man.'of pood blldncss ipialiik-allons ii ml ii iiilou bl -ml chiiriicicr lor honesty, Ac. 10 take an iliterest in ii I J iy floods Mini'. Apply sunn. c. ji. acsjei.l, Hua'JT 2w Dechord, Tenn. Notes and Accounts. All jii'i'soiii Imli'liloil to Murrcll & Tur ner, either by iiiilc or lU'coiml. arc hereby ikiI illcil that, such nut I'm iiihI accounts art' in the hands of (leo. W. Jlnnl, and prompt settlement must he made. aug'.!7 ;iw Jlead advcrliseinents ol Jno. M. Ilnlch- ln, C It. Austell, ami Murrell & Turncy. tip Messrsi SylerA Simmons advertise a dis solution of partnership. Tlici'u Is u general complaint about dry Hill! hot Weather. Klilcr David Lipscomb will preach ut tli Courthouse In Winchester, on Kriilay iiOth instant. Some one has been mean enough to ab ut nu: t loom our ofllee a copy ofBulwer's Lady ol Lyons. Our County Superintendent of Public Instruction publishe...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 28 August 1873

MOTHERS AND CHILDREN. The Happy llaur. Tha buay day li ovar, 'i'ne household work in dona, Tim oarca that frnt th moriilnK Have failed with tho mm ; Anil in tua Under twlllht, I alt In happy rout, With my darllux lilt In Ul.j Asloop upon luy breast. Wlilta IIiIh, wllh allium frliidw, Hhut nut the waning Unlit ; A lltlla hantl, dim folded, llolda mamnia'a niiKura tlithl; Ami In their aoft, white wrapptuil At last In perfect rant, Two ilaluty fint arn cuddled Llkn blrdlua In a iieal. All hopea and love unworthy Ilapart at thla aweat hour; All trtitt and nobln IuiikIiiks lleiiaw thalr holy power ; For (Ihrlat, who In tlm Virffl'i Our ruotnnrljood has hlest, la near to every woman With a hahy on hnr breast. AinUl'm' .'.ufii'if. Thb education to liiippineHH in a poH Bible thing, not to a liajijiinoHH mippoHod to ti'ht upon eujoymoutH of any kind, hut to one built upon coutont uinl roHig imtion. This is tlio bunt purt of pliilon i)j)liy. This outorn into tho wiHdoni npo Jien of in tlie Ho...

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