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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 3 May 1860

' 11 1 a 'ri ,r j IP! III! ;' fi if- :; if r , I i.?Ji- ;i . ' Ml': n . i! J . : ' ',1 4'- ft , I V , i lk t I 1 ? . (! i '1 M i iT . f i' ji n::i 1 wtfasiun ' Hi IllllilIIKL. tHS, Wheat,. ..,;..... ."0 IJIuo Uro8oI..H rjiigiiou uoru m !; i Corn In thociir...70 imaa ruitciiu....u- 50 QuU,te, Onionn 67 ...47 Suit. ....00 ....80 'Irish Potnto".'..fl0 Stono CouL Swotrotatoos...op WKItUofln......4tt Malt. 8 Biun ...20 Cantor Bonn 40 Clovor Seod 00 Timothy Soo(1....4.r, TurnipH....; 65 Plastering Hull'.. 8 rjiiHluckod Llmo.80 Corn Moid.... 48 Flux weou uu Hemp Seod 44)F1iio Suit. 65 CAKE OF SI1EKP IS SPUING. Probably more sheep clio early in tho spring monthsdie, wc mean, leaving only their poor pelts to the owner than during the entire remainder of tho year. This is generally caused by tho neglect of a capital rul.o in sheep husbandry, ono which every far mer who would keep theso ani mals profitably, should 'post up in a conspicuous place' among his grand maxims in farm manage ment: "Ne...

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 May 1860

pT A T ii I) M JbL .1 Volumo IV. JIUOUIll TKNNJWSKH .ll'r! IU-, (Jit .MACiWniATJiH UVWK. Woluivo rcct'lvi-il from Niil.v.l , T.'iiiir-cn, ninl Imva en Imml It mill-hi tli,, ifotnu Jiiiil'iml Olllw, iilciit HilZ"ii '"'l'"i Mc(liili'u'Ti'iiiii" JiiUli'o (r MiiKi-lnil.'s fluldc,' uimluliiliiK ii" 1,111 '"ii"H Mi"l rtiim. tory Lnwmni Hi" I'owcru mid Dull" nf MnU. truti'ii, Ciiiiliil'l'i ini'l t'liiiiinirH, mid all ili Ci'iiiilmil iiikI C'lvttl I'm-nii tin my I'M' ih, iiu(it'(illli"'i'i'i"i'l bii'-lin""' nu n, witjj mi iiliriih;. I'd LlUV )i'li"IIUI,Vi mliipi 'I I" ih" inwv 1 ' li i)l"riinii"i!"'11' l''r"iu III" :iiiiiiiiil lm which wii linvu .lim'U ciiul'li lA j-cl v- ill! bunk, wn i.'c.n- kl.T, ll ' ll'lllilrumy pivpiuvl mi I U f l-MH ;. 1 by tin' niilli"!' I'll' tlui pin-; - o i ii t ' 1 1 ! I . Kv ory .MneMi'iit". Sii.'i'ill', ( '0P-tull uirl i )i t iiiiIi'iti in lli' MmI" hli'i.iM liiivn mi i. J i is ii 'J'i'iiii i.'binlf mil iijiiI tt, Imvln:; h.'t'ii emit- (ilt'il liy ii J'. nii' ...

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 May 1860

4 iiWITirwiai-jyfi;iiwil;..iii'i f IT; V ''1- '.6 2' m )f ) :t i it 1 ueJe'w Yoak ioibLA'ix'i'tJi. Xhgpooplo of Xcv Yorlc Stuto must peftftlaly bo very blind or unlucky iu tJieJr glioico of mo" to roprusont thorn It tho LoglilotuM, iftho following re TTinrk'rora tbo Polico Gftzotto,bo two. Mr. ilaMoll, tho oJitor of tho Guzette, and o blah officer in the tnanuomoMt ot'miiDiclpul uffaln in tho city of Now th. LegWaturo, immoJitttoly after IWiir uujuuruiuuiu. , Adjournment of Titu LwirfLATUiiE This infamous body Ijuh udjournod, und ino poopio navo gov nu qi mo worst band of thieves that over infcHtod our legislative halls. Stooped in corrup- -I 1 x - 1 f a i - ... tion, thoy return to t Uuir Uotrayfid con- antunnts. rnnkiiii? in t in fl Mi iiiiil H Him of bold and daring villainy, that would astound and uppull tlio most iinruiMiuu .thief incarcerated in our States' I'ris ons. Without conRcicncea, devoid of moral principles or instinct, callous to tho npnouls of those whom they were ol...

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 May 1860

1-.ll . . iil M . ia a.a.lia.1 Terms of Advertising : For 1 column 12 tnuntbt Fur 1 oolumn intlu For 1 column 8 monthi, For column iz oiouiua column 0 monthi, column 8 monthi,... column 12 monthi column 0 month nolumn 8 month For For For For For For Jt I PUUU1U, q,J. - ISayi'orolKn aUvurllMtim inuit puy In ud- uuuro, 1 Insertion,. VUIICO. If thuy uro nol wiiiihk uiuuuiia, com nmn lornio and oxperlonco tnurh tin thiit they wQ not puy In tliu futuru. KIlliATUM. In tlio communication of "Junius" on our outHido will bo Ibiind poles, which should bo spoiled polls, Thuro mny bo many othor typographical orrora, but this ono was tho most proininont wo .noticed uftor it was too Into to correct it. UXXKUUSSAKY. V have received a comintiuieation from somo clover Buljscribors at Sowii noc, in rcgnrd to tho wording of tho Turnpike Charter as it was first prin ted in tho Homo Journal, AVo suppose that the communication is unnecessary now, as it was written brforeiho correc tion in tho Charter was...

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 May 1860

Si? It-' I 4 : f 1? br. ,v: j X A O II I C U LT IT B A L iisirAA'VJW-IJV'rtl'iCTUJU ;. There's a neighbor S . He's content with farm, and believe that draining 13 too costly to bo practiced, and sheds will not pay as protection to stock. No loaves a dilapidated foncoin front of his dwelling, backed by a row of scrappy poach trJcs. His wood vard h tho fpaco in front of llio house, eonsifiting of an unsightly pile of green i, t. bo cut up as , occanvcqnircM. lib bam! thi ranf (leo.ived and race:."-''!) wuii i the boards hero and thero nn-'Mn ; v' .1 , from tho sid; an ope. y;ird, whnro all winter ?i herd ! 1'jwiii;' , , , . , i cattlo may bo s-;cmi, pinciie.i wiui cold, and trainidin;,' hii l'nld 'i' under their f.-et. His f.-irimn;.: impleui.'jnU aro ('.-.v and ::iu;:. : Go into tho road, and t.iejv liv thofouoo wlioro tli'-y are imrefnl ly placed, whi.-n nut in n.-:; ymi will soo thorn. -An old wa.ni. ' with an older Iilx, Ssi.-tnd lie i''-1 1 readv l di'oi i - j i .. : 1 y il ! ! o...

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 May 1860

T" E ' p 3 AT A- T , Lid Vol ui no IV. JlUJl'lltli'S TKNii'KSSliU JlTSTlCJi, Oil M.VOJSTitATli'a CVlUh. YY'u have rwi'lvi-a l'n.111 K. Unpin. .ulivU 0, Tciiiii'i.s.hi, mnl linvu mi hand fnriiiilu nt thn II lourin.l Olllcn, about mlnii"ii copies i.l' Mi'lilllro' 'i'uliili'KBi'ii ,1 iintlt'U nr iliiKlitriilii'K (iuiili',' oiiituliiliiK' H l,u ennuinm 1111.I Sliini tnry l.nwiiuii tliu J'nwi'rs iiiitl JJiUIim of .Mauls, triiles, Cniistubln Mini Coroners, anil all thn Crl nimil 11ml Clvul FuriiH ncec-nry fur llm Un of otIIi'-iri uuil limine!, men, willi ttn itln'iil i'il Law Dictionary, Hilnpti'il to llin iii'W Cnilii iil'Ti'iiiii'ii'ii. I'Viim lliu I'MiiiiliiiitliHi which wo llllVU lli'l.'ll I'llllblcil ID tflvcUllU bnuli, Wl) con- UIi. U lit iiiliulriibly prepared ami urruii. J liy llin millnii' fin' Hi" purposes I m 1 11 j1 i'i . i'.y. tiry MaKlslrntii, Wlicrhf, CuiiMiiIiIu unci oilier olilcors in the Slain (ilimilil Imvo one, U is 11 Ti'lllli'.siii'c l"'li nut lllld out, having bccno...

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 May 1860

imiiiwmiinfltiwwn raii lnivmisitv ok rim sm,ni. When in tl.o course of lust kiiiiiiiiui' Ve tho lirst secular Journal Unit hud tnndo more tlmu it eusu'ul allusion to ihu iihjoot sketched tlio plan and scope of this grout Institution, mmiy of our readers mav luivo siijiosod that cnthu diisin for thy sohomo JimJ seduced our imagination, and thut, as in an urtist's lnirtmit ql'his lady-love, our canvas re-' fleeted rather tho glowing hues of u cherished ideal than tho faithful linen wonts of a soher roul ty, Tho report of the ''Committee of tho Trustee to draft u constitution and codo of sttiutos f ir tdo Uiiivcs'ty," onaUus us lo suy that not only diil wo then oonvetly do. Hcrihetho di'Nign hut ho iitr IVoui ex a go rating its 'oin)i'ci'nsi voni'Srt, our do Hcription fid I short of its not mil nmgiii tiidn. If curried out and there is every human jn'ohubility in i t h favor--not Franco, nor (iermuny, nor Kughiud, will have n I'nivcrhiiy ciuiil t ohm, and in loss than one generation, s...

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 May 1860

Mitt tote gloimwl , Wo would continue to remind oil porsongof tho fuot tlmt wo print nico bill-heads, wedding cards, iunurul tick ets, poster, fancy work, pnmphlots, Ac, in as fluo stylo as can bo done any where in the Un i ted Stntc s. A bold as serston, but true as tho laws of tho land. From his udvorltrionicnt it will bo floen that 0. L. Gray has postponed tho salo of his vftluiiblo tracts or land to Monday, 4th day of Juno next. W'o invito tho attention of all to this Kilo, as it, no doubt, offers extraordiniiry in ducomonts to all thoso who want lino bargains. Lost. A young gentleman usually "called "Wint" for short, uud who lives in tho front end of Bachelors' How, (bund a lady's glovo a few days since, and has left it with uh, to bo delivered to tho 'fair owner whenever she calls for it. it is a nice, now glovo, and certainly i of no small valuo when properly mated, As it now is, it reminds us of tho lost half of a pair of scissors. The owner "can got it by calling at tho Jou...

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 May 1860

V:V''''' Vc'M.Ml.t l.lllll Cll-M-.V (' I'' Ij"-'K"" noitr tlu' r.iii-l;i'i.l i.iw-l!.i-r ui Um- eii-i f the hont ! J'f'i''.1'11 n ., "V ' tiirr rwni IW.m lliiilnit-Hiiti,. I no clii'i rv "wliou w IlM'iiiiwwl, finii,i u rty iiiiii', svlnmi't i-ii'.'ii' 7'iv'c; ornaiHvm nt nt l.'iiM Wild) I'OVl'IV.l Wijll lli'li'll'H I'l' SIIIIW ,,,ili) l.lVii'i, (il lf".iIiii'': bfli-:itli iM Jo-il of diii'k ivl thtit, S'l i! ' ii' I iv ; j llit'iiwljl'v tli" :.'!'!. ; V' em! ol'tli" ei'miiL-a Ii-hi'. TIh'.v u il! ;'''' '- llljlll" llljl-liilii;, W".' , rail-'" lln'iu -r' l':i'i'lly. "nV I'"1- out il low. i";idi t.i itliML.' lli'.i . jr-i : 1 - ii 1 it-it'' wlien-1 Ik' !!!' v-ill ." u.'i ly i.i j ; ! V-.';.!;i.'t!llli'S "I' it l'w t i.f.y hit n.'t cuiiipiuttly 1 " l '"t ;i;ai'!, mil '' fiii(.'ii 111";,- wivul-1 MiU'l" l" ii ; I I"'!1 !': ; Iiiithm iii'i'1.l.'lii"!:l;t'''!'i0 . " 'riiiM'c u tin- lull", I'M, I 'i-iiii,'; i 1 1!" i;is!uir, v.',Ii'k.'Ii iiii.lil v.-.ull liuv" n v i: )' ; iipiilo or n':ii...

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 May 1860

rrnii t few !7i.CeU-CI!! 4. j! 3' 11 J f OIE T TTT Hk'T A an i ii I ii m ' i i w is VWnme IV. jtCGl'lKKS TKNNKSSICE JUST1CK, OK MAGISTRATES GUIDE. AVelmvo roooivud from F. Hiurun, Nush villa, Tvniifrfoo. and Tiuvo on hiittd for aula ut the Homo Journnl Otllco, nbowt u down copies of McUuire Tonnuwiu Justice or .uiur.tiriit i fluidn,' containing all tho coiiunuii und Statu tory Laws on tho Pownra Riid Dutius of Magi. trntoH, Constiiblo and Coroner, and all lint Criminal and CH Forms nortwury fur the unnof oillcorsand hminPHsmi'ii, with tin nhrldir. cd I.iiw Dictionary, iidnntcd to tlm new CwTo ofTennc.wBP. From tbo cxnniinutlon which wn have br-en enabled to give till book, wo con yidcr, it U adinlriilily jiropurod and tirrnnijiitl by tbo author for the purposes intended. Ivv ory MftglntnUo, Hlierill', Conslnblu und other ollicorn in tho Statu should have one. It la a Tennessee book out and out, having been com piled by a Tennesson Luwyor, enpy-wrlgutcd In Tennesson, nnd published nt...

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 May 1860

ft ?1 i u-?t i i t; If :i: f'i ;, i, eS!-; .' i,1 V .-' 5'? 3f kU. Kite gfomt Jouriwl. rr ..... . . ft r,t... Krlf It In (i,nu. riifici nt.a-.ii, a J , , , ' " " 1 "7 . .if iT'rM TffK XAME OJW XO NEW SUeSCIUJlJiJt JSi .fiJJU(&u O.V TJIE HOME JOURNAL MM rSZISS PAID LWADl'AXrE. Unlos tliin l ulo is comiliL'iJ with no attention will be girou toonloiwfortlii' paper. Jan. 20, ISi'.n EVERETT'S VAHIKTIKS. In fulfillment of proxious anrioiiin.c rnen, Everett's xvull known tmpny visited our town unJ xv tbrue oxlii tions. Wo wont on Friday and Satur day nights, and with one neriou.s excop tion wero well entf ruined 'flux dunn ing, tbeiongs, burlesquos, wit ic, xverc good, and no man who went on Friday night could reasonably tvgrct the in voatuiont of fifty cents or a dollar for what was given ,in ruturn. But ou Saturday night especially do wo think tho exhibition (lit'jrawt itself, and xvo CJiild sco a demure disgust pcrvude many presont, and tho boisterous laugh of u few who lovo such do...

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 May 1860

I I IK lrfl l'l ll Aflame LOCAL Wiili wo lui.l alocKl editor ono who oould "bub around" to tliis iItoo uml tlmt, ond report HUuoinctly upon all bo rould boo and hear. Hut not having any hucIi nppenilugo to our officio, ol' dourso wo must perform tlmt important part oursolf. Wo don't know tlmt wo could conscientiously call it n ileli-hHiil duty devolving upon uu, for oftimos wo uro expected to notico" editorially some things tlmt wodon'twuntto notice, uml, on tho other Imud, to nt notice h mo things tlmtour mind must let out upon. So, between these alternatives in thin ililomraa wo must exercise indepou deuco of aetiou, and consequently tram ple oti somebody's toes, though wo do trust that satisfaction will never bo do maudod by "calling us out," for in that caso wo should again havo to disobey exportation by not going. Under these circuniHtauim it is an important and praearious Juty that of a local editor. For two hundred and fiRy-nino other reasons "too numerous to mention," wo rou...

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 May 1860

1 'v.".-tihtui ,fiMhN,iUNi rHY Pi' .Sf I? 'i I, IV '' .'r - : if ; il iff -, fH If ,'J " ill n Agcnto for the iio ue Journal. The ffllowuig-.Fi'coJis will rwolve subscrhitigns-.to.tltt Jf"1'""1' ft',lJ we iurtlforiafe1 -them to receipt lor the A. At. TENIS-JX'. ; -V'1'''1"',',. I L. I.OII.tEirtl'l;Vlvu.v.) vtH.:vihu, " JNO I'. HKFKKR ok )i"HtT, " A rj'lK!MF-By ,'..;.-.'.lJrntiklin C. " T' J.'rlntlNJJ' ..TullnlioinH, " cAra-vr.:.,..: :.:.Hi,i,;m.; S M.BKTNNOILT,A:CO.,Xew Y ink City ii. s. schkli :; , " " " .IU1I.V H. J'.ltW,!i..: .Milrf .Wo,T.:i,I.. A i'?F.N f rt EN T A I 1 O SHlT. "W'lmt w y iiiv i'iuuio ?" ".My nuirnw Xoriul,. on tli; Grain pitui Llillf."" ' ' "Where Jiil you emtio from? " ' I 'raino frmii it lmijy land, wln'in euro h niikiiown " 'ty' ho.ro are you lo'ljin;' no . "I dream jt tlmt 1 dwelt in nimble liuUs." ' "Whoro nru yoi join'y; in '" "Far, far, 'o'or hill and l--rt." "What In your ocuiijuition ?" "Soraelovo.to roam." "Aro you trtfirriud?" "Long timu ut-Oi" "Jlow....

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. — 31 May 1860

nn 7 JO "IT "T" TT" ""1 Hi Volume IV. MCOUIKKS TKNNKSrtEK JUSTlt'K, Oil MAGISTRATE'S OV1UK. Wo lmvo received from F. lingua, Nwdivllle, fmmiwsun. mid lmvo on linnd fur mill) lit the Houiu Joiiriuil Ollleii, uliout a dozen eojilen of MoUulru TuniHWico Juatieo or .uughtriito h Guide,' eontiiiiiiiii? nil tlio common mid Statu torv Laws on tho Powers and Duties of Jfiuris trutot, Cuimtiihlo and Coroners, mid all tho Criminal and Clval Forma nocospary for the liKool'ulIlcorsiind badness men, with an abridg ed Law Dictionary, adapted to tlio new Code orTennciweu, f roin tlio exiiminution wliieh wo lmvo boon enabled to )o this book, wo con sider, it in admirably prepared and nrriiiiged by tho author for tho purpose Intended. Ev ery illustrate, filierill', Constablo and other officers in tlio Stnt tdmuM lmvo one. It is a Tminosseo book out mid out, having been com piled by a Tennesson Lawyer, cnjir-wriglitcd in Tonnesseo and published at the Union and American olHcc, JJaslivillo. "Wo have n...

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 May 1860

"rr. f3 M-OW 4. r-. i , 1 AN INCIDENT IN THE CAKS. t )u tho whole, iliMis,iiit trait und in fc'ulcnU aro not common in tlio euro, I tliink. This opinion I expreiwid to my friend Turner tlio oilier day. In reply to my remark, lm related n little adven ture, which, as it is apropoH, and more ovo.' involves a liltlo lovo and Henti incut, 1 give it without apology, in his own words. J t appears tliat in tho most unlikely places lovo and Bentimont may Im discovered. 'I was escorting homo tho lovely Charlotte , to whom I wiih at tho limn quite devoted; wo got in one of the crowded avenue cars. Charlotte could Hcarcely lind room to Hprcad her crinoline and arrange her voluminous flounces; I utood up near her, there ho ing no Vacant seal. Alter a few minutes came in a poor woman, who deposited a hushi.'t "f clolhcson tho platform, and held in her arms a small child, while a liule girl hung to her dress. She looked tired and Weary, hut (hero was no vacant wait; tJ lie sure, t'hurlolto might ...

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 May 1860

i a. I" Site W-H-K-W ! Who Wouldn't say w-h-o-w bucU wea ther IW this ? It 80011)8 to uh tlmttliu groatoat earthly l)lin wo could wluh a person just now, would bo a, habitat in An ico-liouso, or tlio bottom of somo riv er of extraordinary depth, shudod by hngo trees, and a thoiisatid springs flowing into it ovory hundrod ytirils Guoss ono would koop cool in such u jilace us that, and us everybody wants to bo oool such woather as this, wo wish ovorybody was at tlio bottom of just such a river as wo described W-h-o-w! Ain't it hot; and since tlio little wind on .Sunday morning last blow up our shado troos in front of theolllco, tho way wo sweat under tlio rays of old Sol is not to bo imagined. You'll lmvo to como up and lot experience teach you wo mean the ladies when we say you. Of course we aro not inviting lacii no sirs. Tho women aro the folks wo always invito, and the invita tion stands perpetual. Although tlio shade t:ces are gono, yet wo shall make up for tho loss by supplying ...

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 May 1860

total Hi 't ' r '. ' f- -) s i I; ft I r, ft Agents icr the Homo Journal. Tlie followihy; -rmn will receive subscriptions to i In- ll'iiin' .li'iirial, iiihI we iiutliom.e them ( ""' rSilllK' A. M.TENSJ';o' S'u le.il!". T.nn. I. I mr.liHliSI.KIiV'K 1'iiyetl . nlc ,1X0. I'. IIv)'M: Win. In -mr, ' A S JIO.DKIf franklin Ci. 'I'', I CUM MINUS 'i'lilluliniiui. " c!a.'im-nt Siiimii. S LPETTIXi!II.I.A:(,U, N--w Yo,kfnr H. S. SClI f.LI. JOHN II. KIIODKS .MijffVli.ii... T. iin. (I, II. WILI.IXOIiAM. ... Hollow Siimiv Alu. A (;kktmim roil I.AWViuis: A nice (inositol) ji law isuboiit Id if row (ml, of tlio finding of MiyiUU of iin- niom y f lolt'ii from tlin Miiriiiii I'iiiiU A';niM-y , jit I 'oliiinbiis. It seems llmt u iiojrro, in ci'ussiii a small dilcli, nvrr which plunks were Into, saw tint -j t I of it newspaper projecting IVlllll under I lit'lll. His curiosity wan excited uml jnllin the pfipc rrm l, ti u discovered more luna cy than hi iniml i vi-r conceived I In' WUl hl COM tllilll'il....

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 June 1860

",-r:-" Hi 1 M Volumo IV. ' MCGUIKK'H TKNA'KSSEE JUhTTCE, Olt , M'AOISTKATK'S GUJ.DJ5. . ." Wtihiwo recMved from K. Ilagun, Nit.hvillo, '"Teunoniiou; mill linve on bund tor mile ut the Home Journul Otlloo, 'about u ut-fii copies of MoUuIro's 'fonnuwon Justice or Miiltitmtu'v ' Guide,' conUiinlnK nil tho common unU Stutit ' tory won tho 1 worn und Duties of .Magi. .'. trutos, Constnhlo tuid Coroner, nml all tho , Oimimil nd Ulval Form necocKiiry Cur tho usnof otfinormmd business moii, with mi nhrhljr '; oil Luw JJiiitinnttryY adapted to tho now Codo ot'l'ennoHBOo. l'Voin tho oxiuniniition which wo . huvo neon omiblod to 'give, this book, wo con , ldur, It iidiiiirnhly prepared nud arranged ', by .tho author for tho purpoaetintemU'd. lv- cry 3liu,'itriitfl, Sheriff, Constahlo and other ; itjicers ill tlm Statu should huvo one. It is n ' TonucMoo book out mid out, having been com piled by u Toniicgseo Lawyer, copy-wrl'litcd ia.TennoMoo and published at thi) Union mid American ollk'O, N...

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 June 1860

wffr". f. a' I r mi l-v-t-'l V w.; KM t in' I ''ii'f "Mi 7- - .ill f J - Mil - . ...... 4'. wun ment! and for the guidance of majori ties. You, in your voting power, aro not accustomed to fccun it provision;, as closely as Wo, who, less in number, find In tho instrument tho only peacea ble solution of difflcultie that oilier wise would lead us to defend ourselves with arms. It is but natural that the North, con scious of her voting strength in Con gress, should ecek.to wieia tno govern 1 jnent to its own agrandizemenl, and should linten restlessly, and often defi antly, to tho stern demand of the South that tho constitutional restraints of (bl eated power should bo rigidly observed; out, at the same time, you must remem ber that it is not only as natural Cor tho South to do thin, but that it i i constitu tional; and it ia in the compact that yon shall forbear. Tho simple position of Alabama, then, is upon tho Constitution of the country. Taking our position as a mi nority, and holdi...

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 June 1860

HiZw MS M . NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. -. , diiwrtisentwir must! 4 handed in by Tuesday morning to insure insertion in tha Jouimul that wetk. ' i . i . Soiree. - t Wo lave not room oriimo tin's week to any us much ubout tho Soiree on next Tuesday nfjiht an wo want to. Suflleo it to' say that Una Soiroo will lio givon by the ladies, at tlio Conrt House, lor the bonofit of Trinity Church. Tlio re freshments will oonsiat of the bo.it tho country a iTonJa, together with toc-sroam ehorbets, cake, lomonado, &o. In addi tion, thero will bo a salo of fancy arti cles, made by tho Sowing Society. Eight here wo would bo pleased to apeak more fully of tho Sowing Sjcioty, u thero are many who know not that wo have snch an ordor In our town, A number of ladies have united, and moot once a week at some house agreed upoa at their previous convention Uali'aday,and a while after tea, is spent in BowiDg,and wo lcavo it toourread- ei H to judgo of tho nobleness of such conduct. Pity but what every town...

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