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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 December 1860

, - - . S ur , k. -., -r-a a ' 'I f , ;ifl m I i 1 : '1 ' it 1 1 t t if ..;ri '.ii mi... ri'itH nilli! 'iM an id inv i' IIIOI'O lll'O wah us in suittiiiiout in H.'iiiin im, uinl il onloruil to' anus iii-iiiiml in, would ffovor obny.iiiil il'lliKVcli l Utcro is still smother nisaMsiiry. LiiH'oln must luivo tlio co-opurivLiau of (Jomivs-i, ittvl tlmt in u-ruiuHt liini, uii'lTviU limit Icust lor twifyoiiru yi't. Jl'w tlu'ii lio to got Iiia men nml money, lint, utill Huppono that a HiilUoumi;)' l Odiii-usmiikhi from tho South rofusu to t:iko tlii;ir scuts to rivo tho iuwi'i' to Lincoln, ho must overcomo uiiotlicr iitnl a jrwitiir oli-au-cle, ami that in to piict tlio opci'iitivtM and jiooivr t'lassfx of tin." Noi ih. A lit tle, lumber nml a till In Npni'-ity of clotliii)' to .h mii ami their iws ami .itildroli would ojicu 1 1 1 i l- eyes lo llie : nial.ii'isiii o!' tlii'ir lender-., and lliey would jiohilivoly rcl'nsii to talin npiinin against us, ha!, 'would Im nioa' lik-' lo como to u...

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. — 13 December 1860

Wall t vyri M AT 1 ft 1i a . eh iii vj. m un JL JL V ITXJL21 Volume IV. Bank Mote and Exchange List Dank of Tonnosoee. Union Bank pnr pur Planter's Bunk AlcrclmuU' Bank City Biink....... Trader' Bank..... Bunk of Commerce.... Hank of the Union Bunk of Clmttiinoog. par pur par ......pur pnr pur pur Bunk of Memphis Kivur Bunk, JUomphi ,,ur Northern Dunk., ..par Uuck Bank Farmer' Bunk Bank of Middle Tennessee Bunk of l'liris Bank of Knoxville Bank of Niwhvillu Owe Bank , rjhelbyvillo liioik Bank of JJnndruluo....:. Bank of Went Tcnneiweo Commercial Bunk Southern Bunk par pur jmr ...,...pur pur ........pur pur par par ...... par ledia ....led is ....iedU . Bunk of Jelt'ereon., Bunk of Trenton '-edin Bunk of Tazewell -cdis Lawronoeburg iiuuk.. ... , no attlo. Bank of America IScoMg Citizens' Bunk.. KOcdig Excliungo Bunk 'JUedis Batik of Claiborne no suit ALAUAMA. Mobile icUls (t'ontrul Bunk ......leilis , fJommcrc'uil Bunk leilis MISOKLLA.VKOUS. Kentucky Banks J alia ' ti.o Jiu'iika icdi...

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. — 13 December 1860

8ft l&mt gonmitl BY rt liA'l"!' Kit. Pluiirnl in rV-Ml' iirMln;f iB:ir, ' We are authoriaed to ii:iwiiii-- N. veins Martin a rnudidule for Town Constable for Uia year 1801 . We lire authorized to iimiouiion W'm. J. IKK a candidate for Tov u Con-table, of Wi' -f hmtor for Klrution in January. Wo nro authorized t'i ti n it c m n William Vaughiui a candidate for Town Consliiblo at tho election in Jmiunry H?'!!. TUB N. Y. Till lie" M4. Some ono in Now York sends us ii conr of tho Tribune. Wo presume wluMviir ri tit iL is ft friend of ours unf a Annitmrn man in foelip!'. iifiil wc fiank him. In Unit Tribune wo fimJ many things which excite a 1 cm! i-j for comment in our mind, bnl vn (' ir!i:-stc. Ynk we eunnol miss bv t hi iviit " 8 own words, .lloraen fJiwly ! th " li'-or f I ------ i tho Tribune, an I i t!n in-m '-'1i5i'. r.f Lincoln. If"1 is the man to whom Lin coln i indebted Cor his iiominnti'in. IIo is tliu man whoso word i-t lul.-ci fin law and gospel by llioiis-md-i of :v:i b...

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. — 13 December 1860

wSMaWatflaa, ..wia,a(aA 74 AmatgnmttHnu of Ijanf)initet.Tur Id a growing tendency in thin ago to appropriate, tlic mont expressive words of other (hiii;uhk',h, and after a while, to iiicorporntu them into our uwnj iiiua uiewora uepnanc, which ft Ironi tha Groek, signifying "for tha hud," in now Docominv popularuod in connection with Air. Bpalding a Great Headache. Remedy, but it willl soon be used in a more general way, and the wora icpnauc will become, uncommon im lUoo trotype and many othora whom dUtl'iicUon as loroign words iituj been worn nwav ly common usage until they seem '-native, and to the uniiior corn." : 'A YD Li Y REALIZED. Ill 'ud 'fi 'orrible 'eadaeho thin haftcrnoon, hand I stopped into tlio hapotheciirieii, hand ways I to tlio man, "Can you heaso nio of an 'uiulatho!" "Does it Who 'mil," mvs 'o. "Hexeeodinjrly," iy Iii, hand upon 'that 'o gavo mo a unpuHiic mi, iiaiul Itcvrcdmoso quisle tlmt I 'nrdlv 'ad 'ad au 'eadachu. poll m onor dl J-Headache la the liivnritn ig...

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. — 13 December 1860

J 3 i. . 'i 1 , i CTWTOKL " f PHILADELPHIA ggPA' - ' t1"' "v:i?tcii'Stir. ' " I NASIiVILLE' " IJm llfiffl F RIFTS Efl"'M A.ikans.)s.-TIio mriM of 18G0 U likely to r"i" utu 01 Arkansas as orio who,.' pr-'trr in tl.o iMt ton yours lias I'""!! lemarUunlo Tho VOto for Gwwrm.r ul tlo lust olsc tion wm In roun.l numbers 00,0110. fru-, i,nU tinnulution will not fall be- j.iiy ri . lo P00,000v find flics Stnto will, vrobub iy, b ntitlod, in U.o Thirty -(-Wit Cou gron,to flvo lloprosentativcH. Tlie in crease in the voting poj.nhuion bint IW is not far from ai.wi, . a x Turner. v .... i . Denier in all Kin.is -S. . . 0 rim. Kino Lbl- .11 I ' 1 ' V.-; - liiVv '':'"' 7 nr. nf CVCI'V 'ft Vi.?! dt'iici iiuioii u.i.ifw.cr;.r' is .hi I- VINCIIESTER. Mr- . .,-..t u t :.kt .IimI in tlie hisU-ry ot (11,r, Y,.ikv lll'l 11.11"-, '- J - I 1 1 .. ... ., . T! ., .- . 1 1 1 1 V;t I i ' ) Of III- Ol'l Lincoln, do. cri.:xhow-ul.l K.vu tU. Stalo lu 1570 tint fltr from HU.OLV v.d..M-s, u.il not . '.4W?WI IElV l...

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. — 20 December 1860

.ir?M . th- 'Ml- H r nn 0URNAL. QMS : i : " :' V"olume IV". MISCELLANEOUS. The Amalgamation of Language There it t growing tondonoy In thli ge to appropriate the most expremlve word of other languages, and aftor ft while to incorporto them into our own j thus the word Cepbulio, which fa from the Greok, ignifytng "for the had," 1 now becoming popularised In connection with Mr. Npulding'l Great Headache Remedy, but it willl door be u.wd in more general way, and the word Ophalie will become uncommon at Elec trotype and many others whoee distinction aa foreign words haa been worn away by common usugo until they seem '-native and to the manur born." AYDnY REALIZED. Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadnehe this hafternoon, hand I stepped into the hapothecarics, hand .ttyi t to the man, "Can you hcajto me of an "eadachet" "Does it hache 'ard," says 'e. ."Hexcoedingly," says hi, hand upon that 'e :gnve me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor 'it cvrud mc so quick that I 'ardly realized I 'ad 'ad an ' did...

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. — 20 December 1860

lie pome Jlmul " Tlritf to Pn urhllrnry KWity. We follow Trulb abrri'ir e lu(l " T- We ere authorized to announce Math aw Ma run candidate for Town Constable for tfc Jr6at 18C1. ' We are authorized to announce Wm. J. LEE a candidate for To n Constublo of Wl'' cbostor for 1801. Election in January. We are authorized to announce William Vaiighun a candjduto for Town Constable at the election in January lSiil. TUB UNION IWIU'Y I5UL1Ei. 1 Cassius M. Clay whs i ti vi toil to at tend a Hopublionn celeliratiim in M;o ma qounty, Ohio. Ho wroto u letter in response to suid invitation which, i' wo hud room wo would jiuIjIW !i, as it would serve to hIiow Ilia t tln Ilcpubli oan parly, nocordin to their Presi dent elect, Mr. Liwoln, are determined not to lower their ntniidard even by a hair's brtadlh ' H would also Hhow hbw fallacious it islur Southern men to talk about Lincoln ( r his iiiu ty, yield ing anything to apjx-asn an insulted and indignant South. But wo desire to notice one remark Hf...

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. — 20 December 1860

.."'.' v. 3 We. awe aartal -x: Terms of Advertising s - - ww. u. ii ii M.wllVIIII,,,,,,,,,, vot t column 6 munthii Vot 1 column 8 tnontlu ,.. For i column li month $!I0 , (10 . 40 rur column o month., For I column " 8 month, Far column 12 month.. i For I column months,,, For column 8 months,.. For 1 iCIUaro. 1 Intertlnn. If 25 1 K M li) . . SST" Foreign tdvortisfn must pay in ad tnuw, xrtnor are not willing woo mis, com- ,. tens. and. experience teach us that thoy Tfiii bo pay in i.i. miure. -OUlt HIlKX.Vli.H. Stated in our little sanctum last overl ing one. p caiH-bottomod "ousy cliair," 'BOurcely abel to keojt off that univerual affliction of mankind and woman kind, known in common parlance and polilo . 'parlance too, as the "Bines" yen, feel ing balf-sick,as we are still, with a lad cold, iore bones and throbbing brain jr'ell, there is no use in taking up n eol . ,'timti or two in order-to toll how we (&lt no use of being so vcrl.oe, and if Victor wasn't standing by our side ...

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. — 20 December 1860

a-jk-.ia-toi-f.i. 7 J ' lSSejMssWstMsiaMtS f; ii Hi 1! i'A in ; f it 15 'I t tf ' 1 J1ANUUE CELLARS. Ofton as wo lmvo net forth the im portance of thoso collum, or pitn, for tile Wianufaeturo and prcrtorvatioii of manuri, wo feel that tho half has not loon told. Our own huocorhIuI uso of Bueh a cintorn induces ut to npoak of it now.. Thp farmer niiiAt prosper, if at iill,fcjr wvnigsaB well a$ gainings. If the banker' vault should have only a small nolo whore his deposits could bo constantly filcheil away, it would di- famish his animal ains douidodly. So, f tho farmor's stout of manure is con tinually wastintr in sun, and wind, and .riiin, ho is n groat and continual Iomu . Manure, mixed from timo to time "with straw, loaves, and other refuse mattor, in the open barn-yurd, U bet tor th..u that which is uncared lor; but dung, both liquid and solid, carefully navocl in a coy Ked pit, and mixed every ,fow days with plaster, charcc dust, dry muck, etc., adsorbing every parti 'clo of uri...

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 February 1866

i HOME K TTJ AT A T n h. . ' A7CB0AV BY 111 it' ' i & CO. W,.df, l-ATTt -fx VT M'o fin IV tf I ny owe. who may nen.lii fivaMilitcrjvfcril. frf'T Ad ut tl 50 per rii; iimui lieiTlW, n'rlvl 101 ! Mli.-uUciHeiit -j'' jnSWtli.-ftv . iiix'ilfiritm, tM'fc ' Jfalfff, WWJ' ' . '. S'fif rtftl'i ' ' ' fni''ft tftUPtfl -ffHITri, ?. i month,! thru. " (inesqmiuM yr . ' Kilt mHtM - thfftft "' ' in '.I - 91125 (X) 75 ()0 W) 00 - 7fi(W - 48 (X) - :xi (jo - -10 00 :,.r. MIR), '. - - 1ft V) 10 w t3B" AdwlitMri'tiU Iff nil cluirllnlilu pfrfhrl . r-jtoar ft-,' Hero Utor ficwspspi", men two hern expected in ontrttrfiw ifr f.lopori,oi ,t' the,nuble. And then if f,li.v((iir'lt.iy'Ui('.lewil(, ( was looked iifion ft MUorlluii. An well ad: mofchaiit rVigkfl money iiiidcuuigo totMngltohii('d. - ' '" "" "' V nl-JTAfl wm(iin'i''tlinili) Bilviiiintf'ffi'' infwsU lit fin y- Ifi'llviilniil, or j'oi'poiiitu l.l i. rtnJ hi. r'riUtl fnt lulHI'tlIIHtlU. Ih'rtitf W'lmim "' I i' ' i. i.'.iii iji t"' OMIiinrlf Will ...

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 February 1866

77 Li l"-. w - j -' V f-f; ' j 7 . ." '''''': ' - : i if 9 HOME JOURNAL vr. j. sutti;, tomn.. .,." Tlli-l llllllllicl' llt'ollf piljHT WO H. lJll To Oorrc.io;i(Ii;i:ts. We will lie thiinklui for all ciiiiimiiuiu!-c.-.tlniiMont ns, from any section of the. colinlUV. Let ll eUL'L'iasl, however, Hint brevliv w 111 Inula them 'Inorc iicccptuW'', ami ihey ,-htnilil hi' wrliMi on one i ihe sheet only. Currc-fKittlfUt w-'lJ please jviiii'liiticr I III'. Tin friends of"'' Vnlnn. find of'the Ad l ti i 1 1 i.-l r:i t ton n( M Kxci'llonry. ; nil row .!ol iiM.n, oci' pri'Mlil Chief ii.sociit he, pro- iKijio toc'lcbratc Ihi; ii pii'ou'l i mc Mini ivi')' .,..;V. - , LcCir' ilifV '.vi( tUl'l It lliav U that in- HiUtio. lo tJiomoti-.-u.of f many per oiis who have not shuillicd , , li lit... m, i... l" 1 1 inuiiuioii i') Mto.ieiioe. u r w kcciiuiir power ))'il holding ofl oe, they , ., , , . 1 " 1 ' .--tied no pro-poetus. Intending to lei. the actually wtiv U light. ,.Iimy ol them ,,. ..,r fu. Al m ...

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 February 1866

.l"'T"''i 1 " .'.-' ; JIT"" -TT i ., .mi; JOWiNAL. At thtee kilttrijtftr nnnu.ni,, ''Meeting A Wettag lin C$flmV t& Of aprevlpuvj( in WinthesUi. iuist! "Ret1. W to thtf eh'ttfr,' pointed ; of thojnccti jfa (be, rliii'Conirtyi i'i itizehs'bf Frank lj.ifi pursuance c. Courthouse urilay,' 'i7th iterson was called L Slatter was ju After the -object cspiainea y ine Chair, mown ira made and carried thrtt"'i;pbrn L of five bo appointed to draft resdiitlns exhrnaalirn nf the feeling's P.f liif epil.to ' oT the7 Cdtmty'. i con,1 J."F. " g Jr, F.,A!hMi)ler', and W". ror were- appointed ! ,a tJiropghMA-Cpiyar;,' p&seed , theMo:ipremlue wh!t'weiuiiaou8lyid0pted! itfli: wit'1,'l'1'J,rx ;f' ',' 1.if'-..;; AYnA.it'60TitempiateA that 1 a mcoti. Jbl ty'Wti $!Uf the 2?yiii4.i M representatives from all tiie outieJ in the Statfc. to confer tori id 5hio courisil of wuih othr whereas !iui Can .1. r .1. .Lit... ' l, 1- M.. At. vow dc a-cae w wo jnwpic, u , IJcrfot couJtietf "meeting land sending ...

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 February 1866

1 Vl Ui 1... 'I ', ,0 'KW 1 ' il I. i ' )' ' i i i'i. ' - That w;iK f foil I , t v Words of (Jlicer. Shutout ions From ihe Louisville Journal.) Tim Peinnerutlc, Convention of New Hampshire has Indorsed In strong language the rcvtorsit lot) policy of President, .lolin- miii. The liciuocralli' Convention (if Ci.ii- , ., s. Wcdmll bo neetlcut tins Indorsed tin; restoration imllcy , ,tJtlo,.M t() ,. , , of J'lvsldeiit.lolinsoii. . ilii. iiiiiluiriliiin of'Mliu wur i ' Tli lllll son. ' ' ' , " .. Kit. A ..It,. I,... ('..,.... 41m I'll If II I i 1 1 ii I Ml ii.ii Minn ...-v. Nashville Union it ml American. TTnii'iot JiiioTitv.ns mi non itcn. amongst other work, speedily t In. published, it volutin' Oil "lilt! Vt UY Dl till! Jl.Mirillt.il. Hirtirlscd II A JMSAUTIFUL POEM. till' listlll'V lit I'lVsldellt .lohlisoii. . . . ! ii.ii,,,ii iif ilm uiir iif rnliclllnn."' n.i'lVnitorl.a l-'i'l"-:0!.'"',0! ,ft!! lie Is certainly more competent to writ lt.ir.n-tl UlVMI.-U'iau.MI .,1 . , , ,,,, ,lt 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. — 24 February 1866

"7- j V' .-.-II .:-.'. i- ...... .v ",.' ' kt'.ni j.jl il'll :. 1 -" ' ' , II ,.i,u :' V. . In vth..f.i!.' if ,! Jr.'..'.-.: -..: -r, ' r o NUMBEIt .-,.' . IT. fit- x. . ""'-- 1 ' )' ;', . " 'i a v. .v: . Mi' X HOME T . J I ..... i I.' ,, ,,1, . ... , ... . , ,., i: , . ... .1 ;. : YYY : OLTJME . . ii . .i . VI. WINCIIESTEKTENN., FEBRUAliY 24M866. my J r is ? M t .1 6nfw 111 .! IT I i i aw Til . . l r HOME JOURNAL. ' i V3UUBO KVKRY BATVRDAY BV , ' AV. J. H ATX 131 1 Ac CO., f. W. J. SLATTKll. JI. II. DUMN. , Tkkms. Three dollars peraunni, Inva riably In advance; Six mouths, two dol lar; three months, ontnlollur ami twenty . live cents. No subserlutloii received for a . U'sh period thaiiMiree months. , . Xatea of Advertising. , ' Advertisements Inserted at $1 BO per Bquare of ten lines (brevier size,) first in sertion, mid 75 cVnts for each subsequent Insertion. . ,, ,; ;, Ono column, ono year, n , r . 125 00 six months, .,' . m i!i 00 iicus, .three - - - . - 60 00 Half ooluran, one ...

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 February 1866

-1 w. ''..vkv;: ..j HOME JOURNAL. ur vmoAlm,u" ITS. ti ;n n i;hsi-: h j, i ; . i slat vu i , Vy'cft.'t.'l nn interest in our capital aid itK llllHUlOHH llion.' AVl Villi, hut ln.llm n To Virivs'iondoiiK thnt L'oimtiy uicrclinntn will'do wrl! to , Wc will he thankful for nil rovmimiiiil-1 tli"''', for the men in liiiHiuc..i- cntbmssent us from any icction of lii" , there will certainly offer Imluccmcii'it country. l.Mt us suggest, however. H.ut f.,,. t!,1c wlilc!, wlU.rmuW H. ,,,...,,.. brevity will make 1 more uoeoMi.lJoi . ... , ,' .. comity-of Hamilton. A. K. (inrrett idid ll..-y should he written on oncMdu or ",,W,T.""- : v fw,. A T? W, ,.f ;,. j ; . ! JlorK, Feb 21. y mhtiino'cn memo's. 'j MrlJlacl;miin introduced the follow in;,' resolution : Wiir:i;i:.s, 1-1 1 c following named per sons, to wit: James K,. JIooil, of tlic of r the sheet only. Correspondents will please to Uio. udvertihcments under William f'iiminons ofTrnnklln, have oii ...t .1.1 .1 , XotioO t( Alv 'XtisCI'S. i...

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 February 1866

Mr. Wilson introduced a ooncurr resolution to disarm and disband militia of tlio rebellious States. read luttiirs.li'om. (cn. Thomas, I liirtHiid ttml others in cluirgo of - freodmen of tho Gulf States, wli represented that tlioro was no dung; ' tho extinction of tho negnvrnt'o sihiIhIojv ixLNwrthern nuuTiT tho ten Htntps fort'eg uliould pa suiiorcoi 1... ;nti- - " t- ' - . II V U l.i.tlU.l. , , ' air. SallHbHUy objected to tho in Oiu'tion of tliu resolution, and said JStitto militia of theso States could .. .jjnoj'o. lio.mabftudod, ly an. nut of C gress, tlian could tlio militia of Mai cliusctts. r.t ': i iioi'lii ij.:-.) Mr. H ilton re men timt tncy w rebels recently disarmed. 'J'hoy w now armed again. I hoy are as m ' rebels noV tw' WfoM; nftd tlirti ,t f gross liail thd ptft'io lUanri 'riifil ami traitors. Mr; Yates then resumed Ids rem irom iM-idiiy lor constitutional nine ; went! ttiuL was still Breaking, nt ocloclc. Iho galleries aro crowd Th(MiieHs.iire' of the Presidont vet...

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 February 1866

-i-Vian'y'.rvT..-.rir'wi.r.'.-i. IJojn, go to Vork It is lloiiornlde! I'rom the LuOi ungo. (Cm.) lti'portoi. The result of t.lic late war has left thnu Minds of young men nenniless, who liuvi' been raised und lived Iniitlliicncound cine, villi no ini':uia of sninmi-t hut their own bands. Some buvegoiio innii luHy to work, tvlillu others unt ton proud to .mvpeiit their true condition, und urn loitering In ldh ll' Ol1 Indolent Olisu llpou till' I'cuimillt III' property which their parents: huvo saved from tin guliorul ruin. There Is work und )i-osK'rii y for nil who have tint will to givo-p tin'; oppnrtunltlc in they lly. We need educated young imtn In our work shop, on our railroads, on our plantations, in our faelorlos; ami, Indeed, every avocu- lion of life Is open lor rivalry find c.mupit Ml Ion. lie who Iiih Hut manhood to cm hruoe the advantages, of learning 11 trade, iitul to pursue It liidiMi-lou-ly uml liniiest ly. will lliliilly succeed in malting it n hon orable living uml ...

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 March 1866

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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 March 1866

0 .'.2 . e '! II i X II.. nil isi 31: inl 'l'h iri Oil c.vl rii A Mill Sfiit lair iiml iiriii) iliiiii'-. : II 'vim ll I" ml. house mi!, n lll' II HOME JOURNAL. W. i. tlATTKR, KOITOR. To Correspondents. Wo will be thankful for h II comnimtini ratinii sent u, t'roni any sccthyi of the country. Let w enjiKifst, however, that lirevity will miike them more iiee.eptuMo. ami they should be written on otic side nf llii! fihcot only. Coii-csponuViitri will please ri'iiiemlior thin. Homo Juuriitil A;f4iitN. .1. I Scott. 03, Pulilli! Sqiuiru. Nashville. A. f. Tkkison, 2:5, rirtmil HI reel, ' Husky Aimlk, ('Incinnntl. Ohio, ' .'ait. Tr.MiM.K Ci.aiik, Kt. Dennis Hotel, New York ('It v. W. W. ViiiU).l)i'elicnl. Franklin ('o.,Tciiii. '. A. llcvr. Hunt's Station. Trim. l)r. It. 11. Ciuiiiii.K. ttnlcm, Tenn. Those gentlemen nre authorized t re ceive ami i-uee.lit for Hiilwripf ions or ilucs fur or to the lloini! .loiirnal. .Mar. :t. W. .1. SLATTKIt &, CO. Notice to AclvrtlHi'K. Advertisements m...

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 March 1866

ft: V if 4 : ll it , r v iff Tll.l.l W.'M.U- ' I uo uriBioi j y vorroiuioiuieiir Iqrij tuo iNttsnviuo iio ana American, un der date of tlio 23d of February, writes that paper u letter from which we ex tract as follows :" "The late decision of the Sunram- Court, touching contracts made durintr inu nm, ubbcu upon uoniccicruto mon t'.V. , produce!, auito a. sensation mroi(jhou,t tliiihuhtryj utidtyli ibo most certainly tisetflo- excusfj or TOvV up a great 4aar ,of , raajity. Much property ' changed" Bands i lis often as two or threo times for Confederate money. In many instances ucgroes vre purchased with the' proceed :':of. bucIi sales. In, tOtUer , iustunces the money was retained until the "collapse" name, when they shared the same fate ofthosowho had purchased negroes. There , mo - again other instances, ft which large estate holdeft 60I4 proper ty and speculnted In the 'proccoih; and lost, who, with the classes enumerated, are expressing dissatisfaction and inti mating a determina...

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